5 Yin Organ Exercises

Gentle Zen

Greetings Dear Readers,

According to TCM, all things in the universe are a mixture of Yin and Yang.  Yin is moist, dark, cool, quiet, female, still and substantial.  Yang is hot, energetic, male, bright, fast, exuberant, and non-substantial.  Yin refers more to our solid and substantial aspects such as our form, our bones, muscles and body fluids while Yang refers more to our body heat, energy, and movement.  Yin energy allows us to relax, rejuvenate, rest and recuperate.  Yang energy gives us energy, speed and drive.

The aging process is a gradual decline of both Yin and Yang.  Yin deficiency is very common in our modern society where we have seen an over-emphasis on all things Yang.  There is a celebration and fascination for all things loud, fast, flashy, being very fast or being very busy all the time.  Since we are not always abounding with Yang, we rely on…

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