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Entering The Fall
One way to do this is to align with Acupuncture & Traditional Chinese Medicine’s (TCM) perspective on autumn, which is all about processing and cleansing as we gear up for the Fall & winter season.

 

 


One way to do this is to align with Acupuncture & Traditional Chinese Medicine’s (TCM) perspective on autumn, which is all about processing and cleansing as we gear up for the Fall &  winter season.

In acupuncture, each season is also linked with a natural element, organ, and an emotion. For fall, these are:

Metal: This material governs organization, communication, setting limits, and protecting boundaries. Metal also represents the time to finish up spring and summer projects, “harvesting” all of the hard work done during the active seasons.

Lung: The Lung organ is associated with the act of letting go, a process that might be hard for lovers of summer and long days of sunlight. The Lung in TCM is also considered to be the “tender organ” because it is susceptible to wind and cold. During the change to cooler temperatures, it’s important to dress properly for the weather!

Grief: Grief is directly tied to the Lung and embodies letting go and grieving the active seasons. While grief might feel like a negative emotion, it also cleanses us of what is no longer needed in our lives. In autumn, it’s useful to allow for and process your grief rather than letting it stay buried within.

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