Fire element – 4: Pericardium and Triple Heater meridians

(Five elements – 16) Read also previous blogs about the Five elements. A pair of Pericardium and Triple Heater are meridians that represent second Fire. What is really interesting to me is that this is the Fire that is more of non physical or »ethereal« nature :). First of all it is very unusual to our western mind, that there is “something” named a Concept of Five Elements and then there are Six… Hmm, could[…]

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Fire Element – 3: Small Intestine meridian

(Five elements – 15) It has been quite some time since we share with you a new blog and a new video about Qigong topics every week. Recently we have made some mistakes and we have realized that we need vacation.  But only after the journey through the Five elements is finished. 🙂 🙂 If you have missed first two blogs about the Fire element, clickthese two links: Fire element 1 – Introduction and Fire[…]

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Fire Element 2 – Heart meridian

(Five elements – 14 ) In the previous blog I have discussed  about the Fire element in general. Let’s continue with the Heart meridian, the Yin meridian of Fire element. Heart, as we all know, is the seat of our soul. But do we? I know that according to scientific experiments our heart as an organ which knows what will happen even before it happens, it knows what is going on with our dear ones[…]

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Wood element – 3: Gallbladder meridian

(Five elements –  12) In the previous blog I have discussed about the Liver meridian and today I continue with its pair meridian, the Gallbladder meridian. Bringer of the light Bringer of the light, as it is sometimes called Gallbladder meridian, since it is very much involved with the flow of Yang energy and of light inside the body. Besides that it helps Liver with its many functions. It is the Yang meridian of the[…]

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Water element – 3: Bladder meridian

(Five elements – 8) In the previous post I’ve discussed about the Kidney meridian which is the Yin meridian of the Water element. Today I will continue with the Bladder meridian which is its Yang meridian partner. Bladder meridian Bladder meridian is the longest of 12 primary meridians. It is the meridian that connects our spinal cord and our nerve plexuses with the organs, their functions and the energy system of meridians through the Shu[…]

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Water element – 2: Kidneys meridian

 (Five elements – 7)   In this second post about Water element I will be discussing Kidneys meridian. Kidneys are organs that are so kind and gentle in their nature as a Deer, animal which traditionally symbolizes Water element. They are first to be affected by the survival emotion of Fear, because of their subtlety. Black and blue colour harmonizes the water element and helps us connects with it. Silence will benefit this element the[…]

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