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Health Advice (1)
by an Anonymous Chinese Doctor

3 May 2009
 

These is the English translation of some of the health advices summarised from Traditional Chinese Medicine and posted online in Chinese by an anonymous Chinese doctor:

Yin-yang and Five Agents:

  • Exercise nourishes yang, meditation nourishes yin. Yin is the foundation of yang, yang is the utility of yin. (运动可以生阳;静坐可以生阴。阴为阳之母,阳为阴之用)

  • Excitement burns our heart which is dominated by Fire; Anger strikes our liver which is dominated by Wood; sorrow wounds our lung which is dominated by Metal; sex weakens our kidney which is dominated by Water; digestion exhausts our stomach which is dominated by Earth, anxiety damages our spleen which is also dominated by Earth.

Energy and Channels:

  • While blood is a substance-based visible energy, qi is an information-based invisible energy.

  • When our energy circulation is obstructed and clogs up at some certain spots, tumours or even cancers would develop.

  • Efficient channels are developed from two foundations: a tranquil mind and a serene heart.

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