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Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) diagnosis and treatment is guided by the philosophy of Yin-Yang, which instead of treating patients with pharmaceutical solutions, treats by examining internal disharmony. For example, modern era physicists such as Fritjof Capra, author of “The Tao of Physics,” described in his book how Yin-Yang diagrams are similar to how particles and antiparticles occupy opposite places. That the same ancient Yin-Yang concepts can be found in the relatively modern field of quantum physics is not surprising; the philosophy was developed as a result of observations of the movement of the planets and observations of the body.
Capra described how Yin-Yang is virtually indistinguishable from string theory (or, as it was known when Capra was writing his book, “S-matrix theory). If fact, a core tenet of Yin-Yang is that the machinations of the human body mirror those of the universe.
Be it a planet, body of water, organ, landscape, time of day, etc., Yin-Yang is not a fixed state. In TCM diagnosis, certain organs are yin or yang, relative to other organs, as well as the time of day and other factors.
From a western perspective, Yin-Yang is likely discredited by certain people in the medical community.
Using Yin-Yang in TCM theory, here’s a diagnostic example: if somebody feels excessively hot, has red skin and perhaps allergies, there is Yang excess. If someone feels heavy, lethargic, suffers from bloating and gets sick often, these are all signs of excess dampness in the body. In colloquial western parlance, it could be said that someone with Yang excess, by contrast, needs to “cool their engines” and eat foods and take herbs that nourish Yin energy. Yin-Yang theory, then, is not only employed to diagnose patients, it can be applied to human behavior, as well as every other phenomena.
Those two hundred years the British ruled India were also the most important years in world history, the period when the world was discovered, industrialized and transformed, the British driving this transformation, effects of which are still seen everywhere in the World today.
The first rail lines were laid directed inland from major ports as those were the landing points for the British in the country. Between 1854 and 1899, several railway companies were incorporated and each began work on their own lines, pushing further and further inland from the coast. In the South, the first line was laid from Royapuram in Chennai to present day Walajah Road (Arcot) by the Madras Railway Company, on which a train ran on July 1, 1856. There were apprehensions by the English that the Railways in India would not earn as Indians were expected not take the trains out of superstition, caste-prejudice, untouchability, gender segregation etc, but they were proved wrong right from the beginning. The Chinese Body Clock, also called TCM Body Clock or Chinese Meridian Clock, explains why you may feel differently at different hours. Don’t miss our easy-to-read TCM body clock chart with info on symptoms and healthy daily routines at the bottom! Furthermore, certain activities are best performed at certain times, according to the TCM Body Clock.
Wake Up & Drink Water!This is the best time to drink a lot of water, have your first bowel movement, and go for a brisk walk, according to TCM Body Clock.
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It could be defined as one way in which the world operates; a natural order of the universe.
He observed how both have a similar structure and how in each respective discipline (or philosophy), change is a constant, no matter how fixed a structure may seem. Both systems are comprised of reactions that give rise to all the phenomena in the world, whether the world is subatomic or the every-day occurrences we see on planet Earth.
That’s perhaps because Yin-Yang cannot be validated by empirical data; there is no scientific basis for Yin-Yang. To bring the body back into a state of homeostasis, this person will need some Yin tonics to bring Yin-Yang in proper balance. It’s not a philosophy that necessarily needs to be quantified, at least in the eyes of TCM doctors. If everybody and all creatures in the world were ‘good’, would we know what ‘bad’ or evil is?
They envisioned it, planned it, engineered it and instructed poor Indian laborers how to build it.
Later as lines extended further inland they were interconnected to form trunk-routes connecting major cities and towns. The second railway line in South India ran from Beypur port (now defunct) to Tirur in North Kerala (Malabar) on March 16, 1861 and was built by the Great South Indian Railway (GSIR). Railway lines snaked across all over India at incredible speed and by 1900, undivided India had a whopping 24,000 km of Railway Track and more than 50 scheduled services.
The railways captured the fascination of the Indian public who took to the trains with full force. The Zulu traditions and culture are as much a way of life as they are a tourist attraction. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), each meridian is more active at specific hours. As we follow our biological and natural rhythm, we will automatically help balancing our meridians. It is the worst time to have caffeine, because it’s a diuretic and your body needs a lot of water for healthy intestine and colon.
The spleen is associated with mental powers, supports metabolism, and is responsible for converting nutrients into energy.
This is the best time for problem solving, sorting out issues & problems, and for getting organized, according to the TCM Body Clock. This is the best time for efficient work, and to have your afternoon tea, according to the Chinese Body Clock.
This is the best time to have dinner, but not too much, and to restore your energy, according to the TCM Clock. This is the best time for socializing, flirting, having sex, getting pregnant, soaking the feet in hot water, and massaging the arch of both feet, according to the Chinese Body Clock!

Clearly though developing a mindset which allows healing to take place can make very real differences to your personal health. Qigong, Tai Chi and Yoga are techniques that you can learn together with an instructor and then do regularly on your own.
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It could be considered, like karma, an esoteric way of understanding the governing laws of the planet. It’s largely a big mystery, and as such, western medicine does not use it as a guiding philosophy. And if someone runs cold in summer (even if it’s just their hands or feet), then there is a Yang deficiency, and herbs that nourish Yang energy would be the diagnostic solution.
Someone with excess yin can be brought back to a harmonizing state of balance by taking herbs that nourish Yang energy. The British heartland lay in the Punjab, Delhi, the Northern Provinces (Present day UP-Bihar) and Bengal, all of which were also politically the most sensitive and required fast and easy access, the reason for the existence of the intricate and complicated rail network we see today in North India. The first train was the Madras Redhill Railroad which was used to transport granite and other minerals somewhere around the present day Chintadripet in Chennai. EIR completed construction of the Calcutta – Delhi line via Allahabad in 1864 after 9 years of work and the first train rolled into Delhi Junction (DLI) the same year.
The Madras Railway Company extended their lines across the Madras Presidency in all directions from Chennai and it reached Bangalore via Jolarpet in 1864. People started liking this new form of transport, faster than what they had ever experienced, allowing them to expand their horizons and visit faraway places they had never seen in their life in just some hours or days, leading them out of the darkness they had been living through generations. The Zulu people and their long, proud and violent history have shaped the destinies of all people in the now South African province of KwaZulu-Natal over the past 200 years. This means that if you have an unbalanced meridian, it is most likely that you will experience symptoms during the hours when this particular meridian is most active. Breakfast should be the largest meal of the day, according to Chinese Body Clock – so don’t eat too much in the evening and go to bed at 10 pm to stimulate your morning appetite. This is why it’s so important to eat a healthy breakfast, according to TCM Body Clock. According to the Chinese Meridian Clock, this is the time to enjoy conversations, connect with people, and to cooperate. Your kidneys store your energy reserves, and if feel tired during these hours, ask yourself what thoughts and actions you spend your energy reserves on. The bestselling author and spiritual teacher, explains that our beliefs about ourselves often cause our physical and emotional problems. A time for calling on our reserves, for slowing down, and going inwards to ready ourselves for growth in the coming year. There are also lifestyle factors that can help diminish Yin energy in the case of dampness. Perhaps there is a striking similarity between the ancient Chinese philosophy of Yin- Yang and Judeo-Christian teachings. British influence is visible in the Indian Railways even today through operating laws, bureaucracy, paperwork and of course, speed. The railways also entailed quick and easy transport of all the resources being shipped by the company, ranging from Timber, Cotton, Coal, Aluminum, Iron Ore, Tea, Rubber and Grains to Gold, Precious Stones, Wildlife and what not. Then there were railways laid for building the Godavari Dam and the Solani Aquaduct in Rourkee. A regular service started running in 1864 between Madras and Bangalore Cantonment in 1864 and was called the Bangalore Mail. The Maharaja of Cochin sold his valuables to build and complete the 58 km Ernakulam – Shoranur line in 1902. All said and done, blindly gorging on those would be a gross injustice we do to our ancestors, real Indians who lived and died in this country. For example, if you have problems with your stomach, you may feel worse between 7-9 am, because the meridian for the stomach is most active during these hours. Problems of letting go of things, situations, places, or people, are often related to an unbalanced stomach meridian. One example is not eating fast food, which would further contribute to excess dampness and Yang deficiency. And what’s considered internal or external, like Yin-Yang itself, is relative (a person’s body can be considered internal, relative inside of a room; yet external relative to the cells within the body). It’s no stretch to see how we humans can become imbalanced, from a health and character perspective. Instead of looking at the Railways as an entity of which everything is to be criticized because everyone has an opinion, I would like to look into the past for a while, the stories on how this giant organization came to be, the History of the Indian Railways.
Whenever a resourceful area was located, a railway line was built to connect that area to the nearest mainline to transport said resources. Having decided to build a commercial rail network in India, the British-Indian government invited participation from private enterprise based out of England to build it and they were guaranteed 5% returns minimum. The train still runs today under the same name and roughly the same timings, making it probably the first regular named train service in India.
The Nawab of Hyderabad built the Hyderabad – Raichur line with funds out of his own pocket. Most trains were overcrowded in cattle class with people on the roofs, hanging off the windows and sides of railway carriages.
The Railways were their toil, their blood and sweat, their creation, of all those undocumented and unknown people, whose lives and plights no one recorded. Like the hundreds of thousands who lived and died during those ages, they were easily forgotten by history  because the Railways were always meant make the life of their British overlords easier. This means that an unbalanced meridian can be manifested on all levels: physical, mental and emotional, according to the Chinese Body Clock. Studies show that most heart-related incidents occur during this time frame, so don’t overwork your heart between 11am-1pm.
In TCM theory, Yin and Yang can consume one another if there is a state of extreme imbalance.
Several companies were incorporated, surveys were carried out extensively for viable routes and work on the line out of Bombay VT was started by the GIPR in 1852.

By 1854, the very next year after the inaugural run, the Bombay – Thane line was doubled and extended up to Kalyan on the way to Igatpuri.
As India’s Railways grew more and more problems started arising due to the large number of railway companies and absence of unified command. Overcrowding was as much of a problem as it is today, so much so that Double Decker coaches were introduced as far back as 1862 on a Bombay – Surat train, the one which would become today’s Flying Ranee which incredibly still has double-decker coaches today!
Zulu Historical FactsOver thousands of years the Zulu’s ancestors, the Nguni people, migrated down the east coast of Africa as part of the Bantu migrations. In order to govern this huge, disconnected and diverse country efficiently, they needed stuff to be moved around the country quickly, like the mail of the Empire, materials, officials, laborers, troops and so on. Anyone could start a Railway company in India those days and build their own tracks to run trains for profit. But seemingly impossible Ghats obstructed the easy construction of a line out of Mumbai, and it took GIPR 10 years to finish the line across the Thal (Thull) Ghat section to reach Igatpuri. The government started nationalizing the network and 1940 it had taken over almost all companies. These companies had no unified structure and used whatever type of gauge, type of equipment, rolling stock, classes of accommodation, fares and operational methods that suited them.
GIPR had overcome their troubles laying lines over the Khandala Ghat by then and their line had also reached Raichur via Pune, Daund, Wadi and Gulbarga. The British realized that an extensive railway network was exactly what they needed in India to consolidate their power, control the local population, reach into the hinterlands and exploit the country to the maximum. Meanwhile, GIPR was also hard at work trying to cross the Khandala (Bhore) Ghat to reach Pune from Mumbai. In 1879 the Anglo-Zulu War began as a result of the then Zulu king Cetshwayo refusing the British demand that he accept British authority and disband his army. Almost the entire early railway network in British India was built by the private sector until 1923 when the two largest companies were nationalized.
Till then the government would take over profitable companies but then hand it back again for operations and so on. Yes, the British built their Indian empire not on the power of gunpowder, but on the power of steam. However, he was unsuccessful at reuniting his kingdom and was eventually forced to escape from Zululand. He died in 1884 from what might have been a poisoning.Zulu DanceOrigins of Zulu TribeThe Zulus believe that they are descendents of a Congo chief whom during the 16th century migrated to the South. By the 17th and 18th century the Zulu people were established in kwaZulu Natal and formed tribes and clans. The first noted King of kwaZulu is King Malandela kaLuzamu but the years in which he lead the Zulu nation are not known.
This caused much conflict because the Zulu had strong patriarchal village government systems so they fought against the British but couldn’tZulu basket win because of the small strength they possessed. Finally, after much of the Zulu area had been given to the British the Zulu people decided as a whole that they didn’t want to be under British rule and in 1879 war erupted between the British and the Zulu. Though the Zulu succeeded at first they were in 6 months conquered by the British who exiled the Zulu Kings and divided up the Zulu kingdom. In 1906 another Zulu uprising was lead and the Zulu continue to try to gain back what they consider to be their ancient kingdom.The Zulu believe in a creator god known as Nkulunkulu, but this god does not interact with humans and has no interest in everyday life. In order to interact with the spirits the Zulu must use divination to interact with the ancestors. All misfortune is a result of a evil sorcery or offended spirits, nothing just happens because of natural causes. Zulu architecture is quite complex, and the dress or fashion of the Zulu has been carefully studied.
Zulu and Zulu shields have become well known all around the worldZulu warrior Rural Zulu raise cattle and farm corn and vegetables for subsistence purposes. Many Zulus also speak several of South Africa’s eleven other official languages including English, Afrikaans, Portuguese, Shangaan, and Sesotho.Cultural FoodThe Zulu people, who comprise the largest ethnic group in South Africa, have a wide variety of foods particular to their area of the world. Although colonization has influenced their diets by adding crops like maize (corn) and tomatoes, the Zulu people still have many traditional foods that they incorporate into their modern diets.
Outside of Africa, few of these indigenous Zulu foods and dishes are available.Zulu Art and craftsZulu art was for many years overlooked as the Zulu people did not make art in the form of sculptures and paintings.
Rather, the art was seen in the embellishment of utensils used in the home such as carved wooden meatplatters, milkpails, spoons, walking sticks and headrests. Inherant in Zulu art is a strong sense of geometric design. The patterns are usually related to some notion of masculinity, femininity, fertility or cattle.
They may wear traditional tribal clothing for cultural events or ceremonies but otherwise wear westernized clothing for everyday use. A single unengaged women will wear a short skirt usually made of grass and will also wear beautiful beadwork. An engaged women will let it be know that she is engaged by covering her bosom with a decorative cloth.
Before the mid-nineteenth century the Zulu depended entirely on horticulture and raising livestock.
Their staple crop was maize, while cattle, goats, and poultry were the most important livestock.
Today they eat spinach, pumpkins, beans, potatoes, and other vegetables, which they grow and buy.
In 2004 South Africa went to cast votes for the Greatest South African and Shaka Zulu was amongst them representing the Zulu nation and the mark he left within the Zulu tribe.

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