'Learning the Nei Jing in Small Bites™,' Su Wen, Chapter Two, Session 3: Beginning to Wrap Up the Discussion of Living in Harmony with the Four Seasons
This section of Chapter Two wraps up the discussion of the right way to live to cause the person to thrive and not become damaged in relation to the Four Seasons.
Nourishing Yin and Yang as the Four Seasons change is critical to maintaining and even causing health and well-being to flourish. Ignoring or running counter to those forces of changing Qi is to ruin health and cause damage. This session rounds out the perspectives of Huang Di and Qi Bo as they contemplate the powers inherent in the rotation of the seasons. Additionally, there are distinct hints at Taoist alchemical perspectives as well.