Each of the 5 elements in Traditional Chinese Medicine has an associated season, organ, color, flavor and even emotion. You can live in greater harmony with the natural world by learning a little about each season, and it becomes easier to notice the connections between what you’re feeling and what’s going on in nature.
In Traditional Chinese Medicine, the Wood element is associated with the Liver and Gallbladder organs and springtime.
Wood possesses qualities of movement and growth, new ideas, creativity and inspiration.
Signs your Wood Element is balanced:
– You are feeling creative, inspired and excited to start new projects and do a little planning for the future
– Your muscles feel relaxed and you’re feeling loose and flexible. Emotionally, you’re also relaxed and flexible, and the little things aren’t irritating you Read more