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2018 Workshop 工作坊: International Society for the Systems Sciences ISSS 62th conference Health and Systems Thinking Special Integration Group SIG Sunday Workshop #isss62 國際系統科學協會第62屆國際研討會健康與系統思維特別整合分組工作坊

  1. Optimizing five principles

    Systems Basics: Learning from the principles embedded in Nature to optimize the principles affecting human concentrations and consciousness – the systems thinking of the Eastern Five Aggregates Human Mind system as taught by Buddha
    系統論基礎工作坊:從學習自然界法則來優化影響專注力及意識的法則 – 藉以理解人類思想的系統性與佛學五蘊的東方系統思維 

  2. Optimizing three principals

    Optimizing five principals

    Optimizing 13 principals

    Systems Basics: Learning from the principles embedded in Nature to optimize the principles affecting Insomnia and consciousness – the systems thinking in the Eastern Taichi Yin-Yang Five Elements system in Traditional Chinese Medicine
    系統論基礎工作坊:從學習自然界法則來優化影響失眠及意識的法則 – 藉以理解人類身體的系統性與中醫藥學之太極陰陽五行天地人的東方系統思維

ISSN: 1999-6918



Call for Papers: Theme — Innovation and Optimization in Nature and Design

The 2018 ISSS Conference will explore foundational discoveries about the nature of complex systems which are now arising from research in systems disciplines such as Systems Biology, Systems Medicine, Systems Psychology, Systems Economics, Complexity Science and General Systems Research.

Over the last few decades many academic fields have developed systems specializations in order to investigate the systemic aspects of their subject areas, and in these areas there is a search for systems concepts and principles under such notions as design principles, organizing principles, channelling functions, and optimality principles.  The 2018 Conference of the International Society for the Systems Sciences (ISSS) will bring together these specialised strands of work, laying foundations for establishing the profound systems science that would enable us to design and optimize for elegant functionality and enduring value at any level of complexity.

We invite abstracts for presentation of papers, posters and workshops about the conference theme specifically or in connection with the themes of the ISSS’s Systems Integration Groups (SIGs) and Exploratory Groups, which are listed below.

Satipatthana Sutta Discourses 大念住經 ISBN: 9781938754906


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Satipatthana Sutta Discourses 大念住經

Author: S. N. Goenka 葛印卡老師
Pages: 143
Genre(s): Buddhism 佛家思想 釋家
Publisher: Pariyatti Publishing
Publication Year: 2015
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The Satipatthana Sutta is the Buddha’s single most important discourse describing the practice of meditation. Here for the first time is the condensed version of the daily evening discourse given by the author to his students on a seven day retreat. This text can serve as a review after taking a course or for scholars as a further study of the sutta. The book is also a great tool to help meditators practice and as S.N. Goenka said, “Liberation can only be gained by practice, never by mere discussion.” Included is a list of abbreviations, a glossary, and an English translation of Pali passages.
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What you see and what you don’t see in success, meditation is the same! The Iceberg Illusion of SUCCESS!

The iceberg illusion via Matthew Syed illustrated by Sylvia Duckworth

Our insight: What people see is what most people want. What people don’t see is what most people don’t want. That’s why most people do not have the kind of success. Most people think meditation is just to relax and do not do anything, but what they do not think of are exactly the same requirements as below the iceberg.

ISSS2016 60th conference University of Colorado Boulder, Engineering Mathematics


ISSS 2016
Health and System Thinking SIG

1. Workshop

Sunday: July 24, 2016 – Pre-Conference Workshops
10:00 – 12:30 Pre-conference Workshops ECCR 1B51
1. Systems Basics in Understanding System Wholeness “Reuniting Nature and Humanity”: The Oriental Systems Thinking in the teaching of Buddha. 系統論基礎工作坊之一:佛學的東方系統思維 – 以天人合一理解系統完整性 #2865

Sunday: July 24, 2016 – Pre-Conference Workshops
14:00 – 17:00 Pre-conference Workshops ECCR 1B51
2. Systems Basics in Understanding System Wholeness “Reuniting Nature and Humanity”: The Oriental Systems Thinking in Traditional Chinese Medicine 系統論基礎工作坊之二:中醫藥學的東方系統思維 – 以天人合一理解系統完整性 #2866

Wednesday July 27, 2016
13:30 – 15:00 Engineering Room ECCR265
3. Workshop #2905 Day I, III: Topic(s) 2,6
System Wholeness and Unity In Diversity within ISSS

2. Paper

Tuesday: July 26, 2016
15:30 – 17:00 Engineering Room ECCR265
SIG Chairing: Health and System Thinking
Five elements systemic healthcare program for physically strong emotionally happy mentally kind behaviorally charitable and spiritually enlightened – Reuniting Nature and Humanity 五行養生法之修身健康、修心受樂、慈悲養性、修行為善、正見靈修、以體現天人合一。

3. Posters: Everyday Engineering Lobby
1. SIG: HEALTH AND SYSTEM THINKING: Physical Healthcare 健康與系統思維特別融合小組:修身健康#2867

2. SIG: HEALTH AND SYSTEM THINKING: Spiritual Healthcare健康與系統思維特別融合小組:正見靈修#2868

3. SIG: HEALTH AND SYSTEM THINKING: THE QUEST FOR A GENERAL SYSTEM THEORY FOR ANY PARTICULAR PERSPECTIVE – “Unity in Diversity as a natural principle”健康與系統思維特別融合小組:尋找適用於任何一個觀點的廣義系統論 – 以多元性合一作為自然法則 #2869

If you have missed any of the above session, please come and contact me for a personal discussion. ^o^

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Interest: Traditional Chinese Medicine Engineering, General System Theory, Ancient Chinese and India system theory, Confucianism five virtues system, Buddha’s five aggregates human mind system, Buddha’s Eight-fold noble path meditation methodology, Taoism Taichi Yin-Yang System theory, Traditional Chinese Medicine Differential Diagnosis-Cure process, Health and system thinking, Healthcare Protection Program, TCM diet therapy, Middle-way exercise therapy, 24h lifestyle therapy, TCM clinical research, pain therapy, Spirituality and Systems, Vipassana mental healthcare mind mastering methodology, VSM, Art of Science, Art of Living, Art of Dying, Heaven and Hell, Nibbana(Null), happiness and harmony, Taichi organizational force, entropy, second law of thermodynamics..



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TCM Systemic Healthcare Engineering 中醫系統養生工程學 – Chinese New year 農曆新年


Wishes of Chinese new year: 猴年新春
Healthcare successful!
physically strong
emotionally happy
mentally kind
behaviorally charitable
spiritually enlightened
正見靈修  [English]



食慾和性慾都是人的本性,是與生俱來的內心衝動。本性的“食” 是保證自己肉體在時間流的繼續存在。本性的“色”是繼而保證自己的家庭,民族,種族在時間流中的繼續存在。要有較穩定的延續,就要有較好的衣食住行。 一般跟以下的傳統語句有關:


這種“喜愛”引發起確保有效率的延續方法之研究 修身。中醫對生命的保養稱之為“養生”(Healthcare),其中一方面就是保養身體,我們在這裡嘗試以佛陀的五蘊系統把修身歸入色蘊部分。我們把其分為三部秘笈。

第一部秘笈是食療養生,包括如何足食之技巧。其精髓在於對食物的寒涼平溫熱及表里補瀉之分類,從而再推至藥食同源的普及化層靣。只要於中醫之“三維表里寒熱虛實系統“中, “辯證“出身體現在處於的坐標(體質),就可以進行中醫養生食療。


處理完“食“ 的胃部衝動問題後就是“色“的性器官衝動問題。 狹義的“色”是指性器官的“喜愛”衝動所引起的心之情緒衝動,繼而引起的性行為。廣義一點是指腦袋思維上對家庭,民族及種族的“喜愛”衝動所引起的心之情緒衝動,繼而引起的性行為。這種“喜愛”引發了有效率的延續方法齊家、治國、平天下。這些養生方法包括在第三部秘笈裏面的“生活養生“。

這些衝動的“愛慾”都引發了行為上的“取得”。佛陀教導的十二因緣中有指出之不良種子。而老子曰: 禍莫大於不知足,咎莫大於欲得,故知足之足,常足矣!

所以修身的下一步是修心养性。 我們在這裡嘗試以佛陀的五蘊系統把修心歸類為心情而入受蘊部分,而把養性歸類為性格而入想蘊部分 。



養性是要改善我們性格上的慣性愛惡。破除憎人富貴厭人窮為求成功,不擇手段我有我去感受,懶理你的感受、等等不良愛惡,而去學習發展對慈悲喜舍的偏愛,及對貪嗔癡的偏惡。 慈悲喜舍應可以簡單理解為不求回報的愛、對老弱的憐憫、對喜悅的共享、及對人事現實的接受。



靈修為先天命格之養生,我們在這裡嘗試以佛陀的五蘊系統把靈修歸入識蘊部分。這裡必須以佛陀所留給我們的基礎教導四聖諦,尤其是其中的八正道中 之正見正思維作為指導。簡單地介紹,是要從人生不如意事十常八九,或從身體的生老病死中領悟之真相。要從身外之事物及相應的心中之情緒,及身體之感受的變幻莫測中領悟無常之真相。並要從修行中學習以幫助他人為己任的自我犧牲行為中領悟無我的真相。再簡而言之,就是活在當下(覺知),樂天知命,接受現實(舍心),努力生活(正命),尊重別人(隨喜),愛護老幼 (慈悲)





References 参考文献:

Comparison of four different systems theory
A. Five Aggregate Human Mind System (Buddha) 五蕴系统
B. Traditional Chinese Medicine Healthcare (Tomas)
C. Participatory action research (John Kineman & Rosen)
D. DSRP Systems Thinking (Derek Cabrera)

sub-system 1
A. 色 Physical
B. Physical Healthcare
C. Whole
D. Systems Part-Whole

sub-system 2
A. 識 Observation
B. Spiritual Healthcare
C. Observe
D. Perspectives Point-View

sub-system 3
A. 想 Recognition
B. Mental Healthcare
C. Reflect (meaning, goal, exemplar)
D. Distinctions Identity-Other

sub-system 4
A. 受 Sensation
B. Emotional Healthcare
C. Plan (intention, design, attractor)
D. Mental systems Metacondition-Analysis

sub-system 5
A. 行 Reaction
B. Behavioural Healthcare
C. Act (action,practice,dynamics)
D. Relationships Acton-Reaction

C. Participatory action research. Anticipatory system
1-observe (object,result,condition)
2-act (action,practice,dynamics)
3-plan (intention, design, attractor)
4-reflect (meaning, goal, exemplar)

D. DSRP systems thinking
Sub-system (Yin-Yang)
Mental systems (Metacondition-Analysis)
Perspectives (Point-View)
Relationships (Acton-Reaction)
Systems (Part-Whole)
Distinctions (Identity-Other)



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元宵節如意,圓滿,知足常樂。日出美,日落亦美。 Happy Chinese Valentine’s day



元宵節祝願大家如意,圓滿,快樂。繼而在今年的人生起起落落中也能開心面對,知足常樂。日出美,日落亦美,變化而已,悟則常樂。Happy Chinese Valentine’s day (first full moon of the first Chinese month). May everything be complete and everyone be content. Both sunrise and sunset are beautiful, realizing that these are all just changes will bring you happiness all the times, ups or downs during this year ^o^

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System Basics Workshop: From System Basics to Anthropocene – the perspective of Traditional Chinese Medicine and that of the teaching of Buddha.

Papernumber: 2428

Tomas, E C Yan HUANG
Causeway Bay, HK, Hong Kong.

Sunday 2015.Aug.02 System Basics workshop full day at ISSS2015 conference at Berlin, Germany


Anthropocene is becoming more and more important as the balance shifts more and more towards the human side of the nature-human spectrum. The whole environment(nature)-system(human) Yin-Yang relationship has reversed to become a system(nature)-environment(human) Yin-Yang relationship.

In this Anthropocene age, determination of the sustainable balancing point is one of the challenging tasks. The interaction between different systems forms the balancing point between any one of the systems and its corresponding environment. Each system holds onto its own perspectives (rights and freedom) and at the same time adapts (respect and obey) to the perspectives of other systems. Therefore, it is about the balance between the nature-human Yin spectrum and the adaptation-freedom Yang spectrum.

Human would naturally pursue for the freedom side of the Yang spectrum, however, this will push the Yin spectrum to the human side developing a very imbalanced system. Such system would get into a turbulent stage before the balancing point between new systems and environments is settled, which could be disastrous to human.
The balance between the two spectrums would mean certain sacrifice to the freedom of human. However, would there be another way out of this sacrifice? Human take nature for granted but without fully understanding the sub-systems in nature on which we have been relying. However,could human develop the knowledge and wisdom to re-create a nature that would support the survival of our physical body and at the same time satisfy the unlimited needs for freedom by human? This is the second challenge in this Anthropocene age, Governing the Anthropocene.

In this workshop we will start from the system basics of the Taichi Yin-Yang system theory in Traditional Chinese Medicine, and the Five systems theory in the teaching of Buddha, with a view to gradually building up the systemic views to understand and analyze the Governing of Anthropocene.

The systemic thinking of the unification of nature and man has been the fundamental concept in traditional Chinese culture since around 500BC. The concept is also embedded in the teaching of Confucianism, Buddhism, Taoism, and Traditional Chinese Medicine. The traditional Chinese system theories under investigation include the Taichi yin-yang system theory, the Five systems theory of the human mind, and the Traditional Chinese Medicine differential diagnosis-cure process. These theories are found to be related to different modern system theories compared including Viable system model.

Taichi yin-yang system theory describes the relationship between any two entities (element/process) at any level of interest. It concerns the quantitative and qualitative changes between the entities. This is related to causal loop diagram (CLD) in system dynamics which uses reinforcing loop and balancing loop. The observer is not specified in the theories, but the perspectives of the observer actually determine the entities, the unit of quantitative changes, and the ratio of qualitative changes.

The Five systems theory of the human mind is one of the important concepts developed in the teaching of Buddha. The Five systems are: awareness, perspective, sensation, action and physical object. These five systems are able to describe the properties of the observer and the decision maker.

The Traditional Chinese Medicine differential diagnosis-cure process is a practical systemic process that has been used daily for more than 2000 years. It is believed that the whole macroscopic-microscopic spectrum of systems is suitable. The system state identification involves three pairs of direction-forming spectrums. The Superficial and Internal spectrum gathers information between the boundary and the system. The Cold and Hot spectrum gathers information between the form and function, or matter and energy within the system. The Deficient and Excess spectrum gathers information between the environment and the system. Strategy can then be formulated to regulate and maintain the system.

Keywords: Anthropocene, Buddhism, Causal loop diagram CLD, Confucianism, Five systems of human mind, General System Theory, Health and system thinking, quantitative and qualitative changes, Spirituality and Systems, System dynamics, Taichi Yin-Yang System Theory, Taoism, Buddha’s teaching, Traditional Chinese Medicine differential diagnosis-cure process, Unification of nature and man, Viable system model VSM. |
Supporting Agencies: Ancient Balance Medicine Research and Education Fund Foundation Ltd.

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