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May 6, 2016
  1. Self-Care Suggestions in Spring from Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Perspective
  • Get up early. Wear comfortable clothing, let your hair down, and relax your whole body. Stroll in a spacy and green place such as in the yard or in a park. Avoid doing exercise that is fierce.
  • It’s better to go to bed before 11 PM. According to TCM  theory, from 11 PM to 1 AM, the chi in the body circulates to the Gallbladder Meridian of Foot-Shaoyang (GB, 足少陽膽經), and 1 AM to 3 AM Liver Meridian of Foot-Jueyin (LR, 足厥陰肝經). So from 11pm to 3am, the gallbladder chi (qi) and liver chi are most It’s best for you to rest and let your liver and gallbladder work their magic to rid of the toxin and waste in your body.
  1. Three Level of the Nourishing Your Life: from the Perspective of Dao
  • The Best: Nourish your mind (heart)
  • The Midian: Nourish your chi (qi)
  • The Basic: Nourish your body
  1. Nourish Your Whole Person
  • Nourish your virtues first: the best nourishment by preventing illnesses to occur. Nip possible illnesses in the bud.
  • Next is to nourish your heart: by being righteous to oneself, and kind and generous to others
  • Now is you’re nourishing yourself
  1. Example:  A 106 years old TCM doctor from ChungChing China1
  • His tricks to nourish himself: nourish De before nourishing the mind
  • Daily life: a combination of active and passive activities, but focusing on the passive ones
  • Diet: a combination of non-vege and vegetarian food, but mainly the vegetarian food
  • Moto: Guard your mind and emotion well, and it’s more likely illnesses stay away from you.
  • (The Operation of Dao in) Nourishing De (Virtues), Laozi (Lao-Tzu) Dao-De-Jing, Chapter 51 All things are produced by the Dao, and nourished by its outflowing operation. They receive their forms according to the nature of each, and are completed according to the circumstances of their condition. Therefore all things without exception honor the Dao, and exalt its outflowing operation. This honoring of the Dao and exalting of its operation is not the result of any ordination, but always a spontaneous tribute. Thus it is that the Dao produces (all things), nourishes them, brings them to their full growth, nurses them, completes them, matures them, maintains them, and overspreads them. It produces them and makes no claim to the possession of them; it carries them through their processes and does not vaunt its ability in doing so; it brings them to maturity and exercises no control over them; - this is called its mysterious operation.2
1 養生秘訣:養德         http://wp.chjh.tp.edu.tw/blog/apest/?page_id=316
2 Dao-De-Jing (Tao Te Ching)      http://ctext.org/dao-de-jing
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