Masters of Health Magazine March 2019 - Page 120

According to Chinese Medicine, all the major organs in our body are associated with emotions? If you think...

Our emotional state has nothing to do with our physical bodies, think again. In fact...

According to the American Psychological Association, more than 75% of all doctor visits in the US are related to stress, and chronic stress has been linked to the 6 leading causes of death: heart disease, cancer, lung ailments, accidents, cirrhosis of the liver and suicide.

In Chinese Medicine, fear is generated in the kidneys and the bladder. Now, it takes years of study to understand how the emotions, organs, body parts, meridians (energy lines that run through our body) and the five elements found in nature relate to each other in the intricate model of Chinese Medicine. But...

It shouldn’t be hard to get started! So to make it easy for you...

I’ve picked out the best easy-to-do exercises that have helped thousands of people who were struggling with letting go of unwanted emotions (including myself)! 🙆🏻

Qigong and other meditative conscious movements are the BEST ways to release unnecessary emotion from our bodies. Since these gentle movements break up stagnant qi (chi, or life force), they help to remove blockages and therefore restore balance in our organs so they can continue doing the jobs they’re supposed to do.

If you’ve been feeling afraid to take the next step in life, afraid of what others might think of you, afraid of your own failure (or even success!), it’s time to let that fear go so you can move up to the next level. The best part is, it only takes a couple of minutes to do!

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Here you'll find simple yet powerful exercises and lifestyle tips for fine-tuning your inner compass.