stress reducer 755: anger

Traditional Oriental Medicine has, for at least 2000 years, acknowledged the link between mental-emotional imbalance and physical disease. Consider the following excerpt from the Huangdi Neijing, or Yellow Emperor's Inner Classic, a text estimated to date from the 1st century BC: When one is angry, then the qi rises. When one is happy, then the … Continue reading stress reducer 755: anger

health level-up 653: tips for effective change

With winter waning and the spring energies waxing, we may find gradually awakening in ourselves ideas of new beginnings, setting goals, prepping for "spring cleaning". Just today, during a brief stroll on my lunch break, my senses caught an unmistakable harbinger of things to come, not seen nor heard for the past few months: baby … Continue reading health level-up 653: tips for effective change

health builder 116: foundation principles

The Urinary Bladder (UB) system, in the paradigm of Oriental Medicine, is the yang companion to the yin Kidney system. Both Organ/Channel systems, as well as the winter season (maximum yin, or yin within yin) are assigned to the Water Phase in the doctrine of the Five Phases. The Urinary Bladder Channel is the longest … Continue reading health builder 116: foundation principles