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Kulikova O.Yu. Classification of psychotechnologies and their means in the system of martial arts in Ancient China

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2021.1.p459-463
 
Classification of psychotechnologies and their means in the system of martial arts in Ancient China
Olga Yuryevna Kulikova, the candidate of historical sciences, The Lesgaft National State University of Physical Education, Sports and Health, St. Petersburg

Abstract
For several millennia (early treatises date back to the XIV century BC) in China has developed the original psychotechnologies, had different names depending on the era and use in specific reference to a group of people carrying a soteriological sense and is based on the following main tools: calendar (traditional Chinese), symbol (visualization), sound (mainly speech) and physical exercise (either Wellness or combat a reception of unarmed combat). The combination of these tools in different proportions, relative to the traditional Chinese concept of "external" and "internal", created a unique variety of specific techniques in Ancient China, which we now record in historical and psychological studies of the culture of psychical activity in East Asia.
Keywords: Ancient China, East Asia, the culture of psychical activity, psychotechnologies, martial arts.

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Article arrived in edition 12.01.2021
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