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The Watery Land of Chih

Have you discovered Iona Marsaa Teeguarden’s The Joy of http://www.theseafoodrestaurant.com/viagra-how-much Feeling? Teeguarden practices Bodymind Acupressure (known as Jin Shin Do), and demonstrated through this book that one can use “negative” emotions as a means of transformation into a more harmonious way of life. I have never received Jin Shin Do, but nonetheless her book has been a powerful teaching tool for me. Not only have I have gained a deeper intellectual understanding of the organ systems of Chinese Medicine and click here cheapest viagra the interrelatedness between acupuncture points, but I have been able to see the emotions associated with the organ systems and their excessive or deficient states. Since it is around 15 below zero with 30 below wind chill right now in northern Minnesota (and it’s 12:30 in the afternoon!), I have been reflecting on what winter means in Chinese Medicine. The North, or winter, as called by Teeguarden, is the “Watery Land of Chih”. Yin organ: Kidney                                            Extreme emotion: Fear Yang organ: Bladder                                        Synergic emotion: Resolution, willpower Sound: Groan                                                    Sense: Hearing Body fluid: …