I see you. You’re a busy person; you have so many plates spinning right now that even the self care you know you have to do feels like one more plate you need to spin.
That’s not how self care should feel, my friend!
I created this series of meditations for two reasons:
- My patients needed to continue our work outside of the clinic and they needed a simple way to address a Chinese organ system
- Those patients are like you and they also have a ton of spinning plates
I needed to find a way to take the beauty and simplicity of a guided meditation fit into the available nooks and crannies of a modern schedule without upsetting the delicate balance my patients had in the air.
This meditation is for the element of Wood.
Wood represents rising and growing yang. It’s upward movement, the sunrise, spring, generation, growth, and spread. It’s the air that rustles the leaves of the trees. And it’s ephemeral.
The main organ of Wood is our liver, so for this meditation, we are going to focus on the energy of Wood and our livers.
This meditation is a downloadable PDF e-book that is available after purchase. No physical product will be shipped. Due to the digital nature of this product, no refunds are available after purchase.
Disclaimer: I am an acupuncturist in the state of Minnesota, and the information within this e-book falls within my scope of practice in my state. The information in this e-book is for general purposes only and does not constitute medical advice. As always, check with your own acupuncturist or primary care provider before making any lifestyle changes. This e-book does not create a patient-practitioner relationship and I am not liable for any losses or damages resulting or relating to the content in this product.