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      Response to Ch’i and Artistic Expression: An East Asian Worldview that Fits the Creative Process Everywhere, Shaun McNiff Translated title: 回应Shaun McNiff 的《“气”和艺术性表达:契合所有创造性过程的东 亚世界观 》

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          Ch’i, described by McNiff as a material force, vital energy, or breath, is a concept that easily translates into the dance/movement therapy lexicon. Ch’i as a conceptual concept may be applied in therapeutic settings, as a functional construct, and as an energy force. The use of these three applications, when combined with contemplative practices to achieve healing and harmony within oneself, can broaden into creative energy (innovation and collaboration).

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          McNiff将 “气” 描述为一种物质力量、生命能量,或呼吸,是一个很容易转化为舞蹈/动作治疗词汇的概念。“气”的概念性能够作为功能性结构和一种能量,应用于治疗之中。这三种应用结合冥想练习,能够实现自我疗愈与和谐,可以扩大到创造力(创新与合作)。

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          Ch’i and Artistic Expression: An East Asian Worldview that Fits the Creative Process Everywhere

           Shaun McNiff (2016)
          In the tradition of ch’i ( 气 ), past and present, we have a paradigm that accurately corresponds with how artistic expression happens and heals through the circulation and transformation of creative energy. It is a thoroughly empirical approach to forces inherent in all of nature which include physical and psychic elements of creative action. Beginning with reflections on the qualities of ch’i and how it has been interpreted in the West, this article explores its presence and cultivation. The historic Taoist and Confucian emphasis on nurturing ch’i as a personal way of participating in the more comprehensive creative processes of nature offers a timely practical and conceptual model for how art heals.
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            Journal
            caet
            Creative Arts in Education and Therapy
            Eastern and Western Perspectives
            Translated title: 创造性艺术教育及治疗-东西方视角 :
            CAET
            Inspirees Education Group (The Netherlands )
            2451-876X
            2468-2306
            December 2019
            : 5
            : 2
            : 143-145
            Affiliations
            Art of Business Coaching, USA
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            10.15212/CAET/2019/5/39
            Copyright © 2019 Inspirees International

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