Talking about Ji Chou Earth year… one of my good internet friends recently had severe gastric pains and was taken to hospital. After an ultrasound scan, it was confirmed that she has a large stone in her gall bladder.
That being said, I’d like to go a step further to demonstrate the connection between gallstone and the 5 Elements concept. As a matter of fact, be it in Feng Shui, Chinese Astrology, Traditional Chinese Medicines, Chinese cooking, nuitrition, or even Chinese martial arts such as Tai Chi Quan, or Qigong… they are all closely knitted to the 5 Elements concept.
In the 5 Elements concept, earth is solid and compact. Stones, mountains, crystals are a few examples representing Earth Element. In our body, the stomach, spleen and pancreas represent the Earth Element. So the abundant earth this year plus the abundant earth in the month of April (we have yang earth sitting on Dragon, which again belongs to earth element) are upsetting her body balance. In the 5 Elements controlling cycle theory, wood controls earth. In her case, because of the abundance of earth, wood can no longer control the earth… resulting in gallstone (earth element) appearing in her gall bladder (wood element).
In general, an overabundance of any element would lead to health problems in the respective organs represented by the 5 Elements.
To put your mind at ease, she opted to remove the gallstone naturally, and I’m glad to say that she’s up and about again! I will post the article on how to remove gallstone naturally in my next blog. Stay tuned!