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[Physiophilosophical fundamentals and genesis of Tsigun, Indian, and Tibetan Yoga. Paramount empirical efficacy].

Authors
  • Razumov, A N
  • Namsaraeva, G T
Type
Published Article
Journal
Voprosy kurortologii, fizioterapii, i lechebnoĭ fizicheskoĭ kultury
Publication Date
Jan 01, 2011
Issue
1
Pages
34–38
Identifiers
PMID: 21469252
Source
Medline
License
Unknown

Abstract

This article is devoted to the analysis of physiophilosophical fundamentals and genesis of Tsigun, Indian, and Tibetan Yoga based on the overview of the relevant literature with special reference to the methodology of these physical and mental disciplines and their therapeutic and health-giving efficacy. Based on the combination of physiophilosophical categories and medical knowledge in the framework of the concept of the five primary elements, the authors illustrate the development of the systemic approach by which ancient physicians related man to nature in order to derive the adaptation principle realized through human activities. Traditional and modern aspects of these activities are considered. In the traditional context, the performance of exercises as assigned by Tsigun, Indian, and Tibetan Yoga is considered as the purposeful realization of the energy of conscience for health improvement and development and in the modern context as the realization of a novel form of psychic creative capacity to the same effect based on fruitful brainwork.

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