Tuesday, May 22, 2007


‘The Chinese for centuries have taught that sound physical and psychic health depends upon the balance of yin and yang.

If one, however unknowingly, upsets the natural rhythmic flow of the ch’i – their term for prana – through the twelve primary meridians or energy channels of the body, imbalance of the yin/yang may result.

In other words, when there is interference with the natural lines of force, a misalignment of pranic balance may occur, often with serious consequences.

Rather than concentrate on the psychic and physical aspects of the constitution, far better to focus attention on the spiritual and higher mental and moral faculties.

When inner balance is achieved and normal health measures are observed, the physical will in time follow suit (unless, as may happen, stronger karmic impediments must be worked through).

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