As the year comes to a close, December 2023 welcomes the transformative energy of the New Moon in Scorpio. During this particular lunar event is […]
As the colors of summer begin to fade and the daylight gradually diminishes, we find ourselves at a pivotal point in the natural rhythm of the Earth – the Autumn Equinox. This astronomical event marks the transition from summer to fall, day to night, and is a time of profound significance in many cultures and ancient traditions. In this blog, you will explore the autumn equinox and how we can embrace the season of balance it represents.
Autumn is a season of change and transformation. As the leaves fall from the trees and temperatures cool, we feel a shift in energy. According to the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), autumn is associated with the lungs and meridian. In this blog, I want to focus on the lung meridian and discover how we can support it during the fall.
Chinese Medicine is connected to a circle of Elements: Water, Wood, Fire, Earth and Metal. Different emotions are associated with these elements. These emotions are again connected to organs. The organs affect physical and emotional balance. You can practice Yin Yoga, Breathwork and Meditation as a tool to balance the 5 elements. In this article you can read about the earth element and how it is connected to the 5 elements in balance, organs, emotions and patterns.
Yin Yoga is connected to a circle of Elements: Water, Wood, Fire, Earth and Metal. Different emotions are associated with these elements. These emotions are connected to organs and vice versa. The organs influence the emotions and the elements. In this blog you can read more about the fire element, yin yoga and Chinese medicine.
The wood element represents growth. The element of spring. Now that spring is coming again, you may also feel that you want to get more exercise. In the spring, all plants, flowers and trees bloom again. But you as a person are also growing more outward during this time. We leave the silence and tension behind us. The flowering outside can sometimes also cause tensions and emotions. In this blog, I will tell you more about what the wood element does to you and what yin yoga can do for you.
December 21 is the shortest day of the year. Also called the winter solstice. From this day on it slowly gets lighter again and the days get longer. During the winter solstice, the sun is at the northernmost or southernmost position of the earth. The winter solstice is a day on which various rituals are held to welcome the light into the darkness. In this blog, you can read more about this day and what you can do during this day.
Chinese medicine works according to the cycle of the natural elements. The elements wood, fire, earth, metal and water are central to the seasons in the year. Each of them affects our organs, emotions and patterns. When the fall starts, we flow into the metal element. The season of letting go. In this blog, you can read more about the metal season and how you can transition with balance in this element.
In Chinese medicine, we refer to the five elements. These are five elements from natural medicine. One by one connected to a season, organs, emotions and patterns. In this article, you can read more about what the five elements are and when the seasons occur. But also how you can create balance in these elements.