Each organ in the body has a certain emotion. For anger and impatience, this is related to the Liver. The Liver is responsible for storing and cleansing the blood. When the liver is out of balance, it can become blocked.
A blocked or stagnant liver can be characterized by emotional signs that include: repression, impulsiveness, impatience, moodiness, edginess, depression, frustration, and anger.
With the recent society events that have seem to explode across the US during this time, it's totally natural to feel anxious. This is because we're all connected as whole - to each other and our surroundings. And while I am not home in New York, I can feel weight of the energy in my body all the way here in Amsterdam.
Thankfully, I have a set of natural tools that I know to access to help me stay grounded so I can continue to help and heal those around me.
How I respond to feelings of anxiety, stress, or restlessness:
As a lifelong student of Chinese Medicine, I see this practice that has developed over 3500 years evolve and reshape itself into the way human kind needs for it to be, at any given time. And again, today, we are reminded of what the many inbalances that surround us at any given time - and we can choose to reflect, respond, or heal at given time.
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My earliest memories of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) began in the living room of my childhood home, where my dad, Dr. Sun, held his first Acupuncture space. At a young age, I saw the myriad of herbs he would pull together for his patients. Our basement was an apothecary, our kitchen filled with my pieces from my Operator set, and the living room served patients. After immigrating to New York City from Shanghai in the 1970s, my parents, like many other immigrants of New York, left everything they ever knew, to build a brand new life from scratch.
As a first generation American-born-Chinese kid growing up in NYC, it was hard to understand why my parents didn't pack me Capri-suns and Fig Newtons in my lunchbox. Instead of letting me wear short-shorts and slurp Ralph's Italian ices all Summer long, I was taught to always drinking warm water no matter what, make sure my feet were never freezing cold, and to listen to my body and treat it well.
While having practiced Chinese Medicine for a lifetime with my dad, it wasn't until a few years ago that I truly started to feel like I wanted to step into this world and be a champion of this beautiful, complex, and deeply connected world of ancient healing and wisdom. My friends and family were all beginning to seek holistic and alternative forms of health, and they would come to me and I would send them to my dad.
My turning point came when I saw the wellness industry seem to explode with all sorts of Qi Balancing, Yin Boosting, He Shou Wu touting products for this-that-and the other. Appalled by the lack of direction consumers face today in navigating "what wellness products should I take and why", I felt the need to step up and bring clear and medically supported guidance in navigating the natural way to being well.
I am making a step towards building a lineage of Traditional Healers and continuing the legacy that my dad, Dr. Sun, has created. This is inspired by a life long learning of my own culture and heritage that came thousands of years before me. And together we will learn, appreciate, and share the wisdom of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Welcome to a world of inspiration: here to teach you how to listen to your body, feed it what it needs, and give you the tools to understand how to rebalance the yin to your yang with everyday foods.
Modern Chinese Wellness, from my family to yours.