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March 2, 2015

 

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is based on the interaction of the human being with the environment.  The five elements, fire, earth, metal, water and wood correspond with the body’s organs as well as the seasons – fire with the heart and summer, earth with the spleen and late summer, metal with the lung and autumn, water with the kidney and winter, and wood with the liver and spring.   These five elements interact with each other in a continuous cycle of generation and control, a feedback system that keeps things in balance.  Disharmony results when there is an imbalance in any of these systems; this imbalance is what the TCM practitioner tries to correct. 

 

Spring is associated with the wood element.  Spring is the time of growth, movement, a pushing through from the quiescence of winter into burgeoning life.  The hibernating energy of the winter months now stirs, giving life to fresh intentions and aspirations, a restlessness and a...

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Fall- its that time of year when the warmth of the sun starts fading, the yang energy subsiding as the yin energy of darkness, cold, stillness,  in...

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