Organ cycles

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In China it has been known for thousands of years that theorgans, blood, mind, spirit, body, our psychic spheres, and our energies, indeed, all living things in the universe move through regular cycles of minimum and maximum activity. The annual cycle is as follows:

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So everyone is at their lowest ebb in December, and at maximum vitality in June, but individuals vary slightly depending on when they were born, but such variation will not exceed three weeks. There are also monthly and daily vitality cycles. The following diagram shows the times of the day at which the principal organs of the body are at their peak condition. These times are calculated with reference to the "lines of meridian" of the human body, and which are used in most Chinese healing arts such as the Eight Strands of the Brocade, which includes spot pressing, vibration healing, Ch'i healing, Li healing, push and pull massage, sound healing, as well as being used extensively in acupuncture.

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So if you have heart trouble get to bed before 11 p.m., and if you have lung trouble don't do anything really active between 3 and 5 p.m.