Do you have 25 minutes?? I’m telling you this guided meditation is worth the time. I have gained from it already, a whole new experience, a new appreciation for Acupuncture, the flow of Qi through the meridians, and our energy centers, the chakras. Find a quiet place to play this video, where you won’t be disturbed. Sit in either a chair or a pillow on the floor. I find a blind-fold is nice it helps with the visualizations. Be vividly aware, breathe.
Tongue diagnosis is as essential aspect of the Chinese Medicine and Naturopathic physical exam but why?? It’s funny and a little quirky but it can tell us SO MUCH! Check out this great article from Acufinder.com that demystifies this diagnostic process a little bit
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Huang Di said, “The months of the Spring season bring about the revitalization of all things in nature. It is the time of birth. This is when Heaven and Earth are reborn. During this season it is advisable to retire early and arise early. Also, go walking in order to absorb the fresh, invigorating energy. Since this is the season in which the universal energy begins anew and rejuvenates, one should attempt to correspond to it directly by being open and unsupressed, both physically and emotionally.
“On the physical level is good to exercise more frequently and wear loose-fitting clothing. This is the time to do stretching exercises to loosen up the tendons and muscles. Emotionally, it is good to develop equanimity. This is because Spring is the season of the Liver, and indulgence in anger, frustration, depression, sadness, or excess emotion can injure the Liver. Furthermore, violating the natural order of Spring will cause cold disease, illness inflicted by atmospheric cold, during summer.
Chickity-check out my latest article on Natural News:
Pericardium 6 or Inner Pass (PC6, Neiguan) is one of the most well-known, highly researched and often utilized Acupuncture points. It is indicated to calm the spirit and regulate the heart, making it useful for conditions like heart pain, palpitations, hypertension, insomnia, fear, mania, nausea and menstrual irregularities to name a few. How can one little point benefit so many vastly different conditions? Because it works to treat the underlying cause and common denominator of most illnesses: stress…