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In appreciation for their continued support, this insurance coverage is now in effect through February 2012 at no additional cost to members! Have you ever stopped to think about the perfect symmetry of your human body?  Have you ever wondered if the symmetry of your external shape and form – your paired arms, legs, lips, eyes and ears – is also found in your internal body landscape? If our external body parts are paired, how might our internal body parts also be paired, and how can we possibly use this knowledge to heal from disease and maintain optimal health? Some of these answers can be found in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), a proven 4000 year old medical system of illness prevention and health maintenance.  TCM holds amazing gems of knowledge on the concept of pairs in creation and how to tap into this knowledge to balance our health using acupuncture, herbal medicine, cupping (hijama), moxibustion, dietary therapy and medical massage.


So looking further, yin relates to the earth, the moon, nighttime, harvest, storage, fall, winter, and water, to name a few.  And generally speaking, the phenomena that have properties of being cool, still, quiet, descending, astringing, and feminine (not the same as female) pertain to yin. Yang on the other hand relates to the heavens, the sun, daytime, germination, growth, spring, summer, and fire.  Phenomena that have properties of being warm, active, loud, rising, dispersing, and masculine (not the same as male) pertain to yang.
In terms of internal organs, the liver, heart, spleen, lungs and kidneys all relate to yin because they each store essence, but never discharge it, otherwise there is disease.  Their respectively paired yang organs however – the gallbladder, small intestine, stomach, large intestine and bladder all relate to yang because they transport and transmit food and waste, but never store them, otherwise again there is disease. But yin and yang are far from being static states of existence.  They are interdependent, in constant mutual transformation from one to the other, which is marked by the wavy line in this thousands year-old yin-yang symbol. TCM advises to eat more cool-natured foods such as fresh, non-tropical fruits, raw vegetables, or veggies simply cooked without hot spices.  And drink lots of warm water! Are you someone who has fruit or green smoothies for breakfast, and lots of salads, cheese, milk, sweets, breads and fruits?  These are all cold foods in nature and can eventually lead to fatigue, depression, muscle spasms, abdominal pains, poor digestion, constipation and phlegm congestion.


TCM advises to eat more warm-natured foods such as brothy, non-creamy soups, cooked vegetables and meats with spices, and more grains over flour.  Also, morning is the most yang, highest metabolism time of the day, both in nature and in the body, so take advantage of this and eat hot breakfasts! All information herein provided is for educational use only and is not meant to substitute for in-person advice of a qualified health professional. It’s The Lack Of Faith That Makes People Afraid Of Meeting Challenges, And I Believe Myself. See information in "Recent Articles" for more details and to find link to download registration form.



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