death and afterlife in china

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Death and Afterlife in China and the Far East Ying and Yan circle dualistic relationships Yin Yang Earth Heaven Moon Sunday Autumn, Winter Spring Summer Cold, Coolness Heat, Warth the Right side the left dside west and north east and south front of the body back of the body the hours between noon and midnght the hours between midnight and noon exhaustion repletion murkiness clarity development incipience conservation destruction responsiveness aggressiveness Contraction expansion Ancient Chinese Funerary Customs P'o (Yin-soul): its final resting place is the underworld called the Yellow Springs. But until the body disintegrates it remains with the grave Hun (Yang-Soul): its final destination is the vault of the sky. Buy for three generations it remains with the ancestral tablet in the house. Ancient Chinese Cosmology “yin” and “yang” Moon to Sun Darkness to Light Night to Day Female to Male Odd Number to Even number Wet to Dry Back to Front Interaction between Yin and Yang brings about five principles
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