Yin and Yang. Rest and activity. Being and doing. Charging and discharging.
Loading and unloading. Austerity and growth. It’s all part of the cycle.
|Water: Stillness and Storage|
Yin within yin. Winter is the time of the year when energy closes between Heaven and Earth.
Frozen by time and temperature; daylight and sun becomes precious.
|Spring, Wood: Emerging, Unfolding|
Go Springtime! Yang within Yin. Bursting from the cold and darkness.
Everything is springing up and spreading out as the sun warms the earth more with each passing day.
|Fire: Yang within Yang. |
Summertime in Traditional Chinese Medicine represents a period of fullfillment and growth.
The sprout of Spring culminates into the maturity of a Summer flower.
|Earth: Center and Transition|
Earth, in Traditional Chinese Medicine, is about being at home within ourselves.
It is our center, our core, our digestion and that which allows life to transform into other elements.
|The Season and Sound of Metal|
Autumn is the season of Yin within Yang; consolidation and regulated return.
|Wind in Traditional Chinese Medicine|
In TCM, Wind hides and moves within human body, and its tracks cannot be easily found.
|Sweat The Salty Steam of Life|
Crushing heat waves, a good workout, working out a problem, a spicy meal, or 15 minutes in a hot sauna at a spa. It’s all sweat.
|Take Your Health into Your Own Hands|
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