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According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) our bodies energy or Qi is in constant motion that ‘peaks’ every 2 hours with one of our internal organs which means that during this time period the organ is most active. Working in sync with our internal organs helps us to achieve good health. If the energy is blocked or out of balance, symptoms will be more noticeable during the organs active 2 hour period.

11.00am to 1.00pm is the time of the Heart. Nutrients enter the blood stream and the heart pumps them throughout our body. This is the time when the heart operates at its peak, giving us a feeling of joy and love, a feeling that all is well with us therefore we can give positive energy, and spread the love to others. A time to connect to our soul purpose and meaning in life, a spiritual time.

Joyful Moment - All you need to do today is:

To go with the flow; continue on with the work you had started during spleen time. You are on the crest of a wave, and have a feeling of contentment and enjoyment in what you are doing. It is also the best time to write in your journal with heartfelt meaning of what you want to achieve in your life. To communicate and listen to your inner voice with love. Healthy heart leads to a good health both physically and mentally.

For more see: Inner-me spark page, day 17 blog
my.sparkpeople.com/INNER-ME

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Sandra / Cara

'It's not who you are that holds you back, it's who you think you're not' - Anonymous

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