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KMID : 1129720110280040177
Korean Journal ofAcupuncture
2011 Volume.28 No. 4 p.177 ~ p.198
Study on the Theory of Mind and Body Practice in Dan-Jeon-Ju-Seon
Kim Su-In

Abstract
Objectives: The purpose of this study is to examine the theory of mind and body practice in Dan-Jeon-Ju-Seon from the point of views of Taoism, Buddhism, and Oriental medicine.

Methods: An ideological background and development of Dan-Jeon-Ju-Seon was first examined. Then, the definition of, other descriptions of, and various locations of, Dan-Jeon were investigated. In addition, the theory of Qi movement of Shui Sheng Huo Jiang (ascent of water Chi and descent of fire Chi) in Dan-Jeon-Ju-Seon was taken into consideration from perspectives on the thought of Taoist Nei Dan (internal alchemy) and Oriental medicine. Finally, the characteristics of mind and body practice in Dan-Jeon-Ju-Seon.

Results & Conclusions : Dan-Jeon in Dan-Jeon-Ju-Seon consists of three parts, upper, middle, and lower Dan-Jeon, which is related to Jing (sperm, essence) Qi (breath, eneregy) Shen (spirit, intellect) of our body. Jing Qi Shen is a crucial part in our mind and body, mind and body are connected by energy, and the energy flow is possible by ascent of water Chi and descent of fire Chi. Ultimately, Dan-Jeon-Ju-Seon is a method of practice to keep one’s mind and body healthy, and its purpose is to do timeless meditation in our daily lives regardless of time and place.
KEYWORD
Dan-Jeon, Dan-Jeon-Ju, Shui-Sheng-Huo-Jiang (ascent of water Chi and descent of fire Chi), Qi movement, mind and body practice
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