The 5 Elements of Traditional Oriental Medicine

The 5 Elements of Traditional Oriental Medicine – Wood

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Basic Characteristics- Wood. Trees grow up and out, roots can break through concrete. You can’t really stop wood. Authoritative, forward thinking, more concerned with global than details. Going in his own direction. “You can’t stop me!” Find ways to help them move their bodies or lead.

Opportunities for growth- Learning how to retreat and move forward nicely. Learning not to retreat and then explode later. They’re prone to anger. What are they feeling and how did they get there? Communicate what is making them angry and express in a healthy way. Hard time coming inward.

Health concerns- Headaches (energy going up), red eyes, mental/emotional issues.

Gifts- These kids are the leaders and future leaders.

Remember no one element is more important than the others. We need all of these elements to be complete as a society.

Do you identify with the element of wood? Do you have a wood child in your house?

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