He (Vata) is the over of all things
From Astanga Hrdayam translated by Srikantha Murthy
Nidanasthana XV: 2-3a
He (vata) is the doer of all action, the soul of all, possessor of all forms, chief of all living beings, the creator, supporter and controller of all; is omniscent, destroyer, lord of death and death itself. Hence, all our efforts should be made to maintain it normally allways.
Atharva veda in a translation of Griffith:
Book II Hymn 12: 1
The spacious Firmament, and Earth and Heaven, the Field’s Queen, and the wonderful Wide-Strider.
Yea, the broad middle are which Vata guardeth, may these now burn with heat while I am burning.
From Medicine in China, A history of ideas. By Paul Unschuld
1985 chapter 3.3.1
In China the pictogram ch’i possibly created to correspond to an etiological concept, was usedin the literatureof the third and second centuries, in a broadercontext; its meaning included related ideas and phenomena such as “that which fills the body,” “that which means life,” “breath,” and “vapors” in general, such as clouds in the sky, or even “wind.” Ch’i was consideredto floatthrough the areand, together with the blood, through the organism.
Their is clear evidence on the oracle bones that the Shang believedin the existence of wind-spirits. According tot he bone inscriptions so-called wu-shamans could control the forces of the wind;
In the monistic way of ‘A Course in Miracles,’ chapter 7 II,3.6-8
God and his sons, in the surety of being, know that what you extend you are. That form of the law is not adapted at all, being the law of creation. God himself created the law by creating by it.
In the Gospel of John 3:6-8
That which is born of the flesh is flesh, and that which is born of the wind is wind. Do not marvel that I said to you, ‘You must be born anew.’ The wind blows where it wills, and you here the sound of it, but you do not knowv where it comes from or where it goes; so it is with everyone who is born of the wind.
Wind as soul, the soul as source of real existence, the soul as source of life. God as the source of creation and source of all life and all beings and as the source of wind.
In this perspective there is only place for humility and respect and love.
On Raga and Sinn.
Do traditional health care and modern health care go together?