For An Appointment With Kitty:
The Tao of Health
It’s mid-Spring and according to Five Element Theory, the ‘Wood’ energy is coming to its lowest ebb.
Gentle stretching exercises promote healthy Liver function, strengthen the sinews and make you feel calmer.
Dandelion greens are a good way to detoxify and help soothe the Liver.
Liver is most affected in Spring; sour is the taste connected with the Liver. Add more sour foods to your diet in Spring.
If you’re feeling irritated, with lots of mental activity, it’s probably because your Liver energy is unbalanced. This is common in Spring.
A ‘conscious awareness’ of what’s going on in your body, and your life, has a direct effect on your health.
Just like plants that become very active in Spring, you may have also sped up your pace in the last month.
Spring is hay fever season so Lung problems can become entrenched by May if you don’t manage them now.
The bright green of new Spring energy brightens and lifts the Spirit. Look at the Nature around you and you’ll feel better.
At the outset of Spring, Chi (life-force or energy) has a “springy” quality to it—outside and inside of you.
Stay healthy by staying in tune with the powerful energy called ‘Spring.’
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