How Emotions and Organs Are Connected in Chinese Medicine

In today’s video, you will see 5 emotions that cause diseases, according to Chinese medicine.

We talked about emotions that can harm the kidneys, liver, and lungs. Did you watch it?

Modern medicine has a very mechanical and physiological idea of organ function.

But traditional Chinese medicine, Greek medicine, and other medical systems, consider our organs to be the source of emotions and to be influenced by them. That’s why we have so many holistic therapies today.

Do you know what holistic means? It comes from the Greek word ”holos,” which means ”whole.”

This idea sees the human being as the result of BODY, MIND, and SPIRIT, opposed to the mechanist logic that compartmentalizes humans.

Let’s see which emotions cause diseases in organs:

Love, happiness, and noble feelings
In traditional Chinese medicine, happiness is an emotion of deep bliss and is linked to the heart.

Anger, irritability, frustration, resentment, jealousy, envy
According to Chinese medicine, all these emotions are choleric and, thus, are stored in the liver and gallbladder.

Anxiety and sadness
Both anxiety and sadness can cause lung issues.

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Worry, anxiety, stress, tension, nervousness
The intestine is linked with psychosomatic disorders and digestive issues caused by emotions that may start in the liver and stomach.

Terror, fear, shock, fright
According to traditional Chinese medicine, these emotions are dangerous to the kidneys.

Obsession, nostalgia, reflection
Spleen and stomach are associated with these emotions.

Now that you know the emotions that affect the organs of your body, you can work on transforming them into positive thoughts to ensure your body’s healing.

If you already knew this and treated your body naturally, share your experience with us.



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