Fu Xi, the first Chinese emperor, had a vision in which the universal principles were revealed in the movements of heaven, earth, and living beings. He believed that these principles were not abstract ideas, but were instead, written in flesh and bone. He invented a symbolic language for working effectively with the Tao, sometimes called, the Movement of Life. Even several thousand years later, this view underlies Chinese thinking.
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