健康在陰陽Being Healthy is about Yin & Yang
Around 90% of the clients I saw are in an unhealthy state, both in body and mind. It has been a worrying trend all these years with no sign of it abating. As a spiritual practitioner, a Chinese metaphysician as well as a doctor, I view this trend seriously. Thus I have decided to share a secret to good health, a secret that is worth more than a thousand taels of gold, for the price of nothing! I wish for those with affinity to read this article not to view it as ordinary and go off empty-handed.
Till present, there has not been any commonality between Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and its Western counterpart. I advocate the theories and applications of TCM. The main reason being that TCM theories are aligned with the Nature, which encompasses Yin and Yang, and the five elements. You need to know that the five Heavenly Stars in our body are represented by our Heart, Liver, Spleen, Lungs and Kidneys. In our food, the five elements are seen in Saltiness, Sourness, Bitterness, Sweetness, Spiciness. As for the Yin and Yang in our food, cold is Yin, hot is Yang. Unboiled water is Yin, boiled water is Yang. Steamed rice is Yin, fried rice is Yang. Fresh milk and soy milk are Yin, coffee is Yang. In our daily lives, sleep is Yin, work is Yang. Too much of sleep will create issue whereas too little sleep is not ideal either. If you do not sleep at all, it is only a matter of time before you get into trouble! Ha ha ha!
Traditional Chinese Medicine originated from our forefathers, who tried and tested it with their bodies and through mindful observation of the heavens and seasonal changes, to produce this noble body of knowledge that withstood the trials of time. Western medicine does not have the concept of Yin and Yang, and the five elements, and hence, a higher probability for errors. Not many people can withstand the stress of these western treatments like MRI scan, bone marrow transplant, and intrusive surgeries, and as a result, passed away prematurely. Even though TCM has a slower effect, that does not imply the treatment is ineffective. This point deserves a serious think through.I believe those of you who read this article would have known by now the reason we fall sick. Yes, it is due the imbalance of Yin and Yang and improper food intake due to the ignorance of our favorable elements. If you are still in the dark, fret not, for I will impart you a simple method for a healthy you. It is simply to see more of the nature, to be generous in helping people, to smile at yourself in the mirror every morning u get out of bed. Do not say that you did not hear me: To be gloomy is Yin, to be happy is Yang!
Wishing good health to all.
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