Your Body’s Energy

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You have energy circulating in your body, the same as you have blood circulating.  Good health is dependent on both.  In layman’s terms I compare energy to the wind.  You cannot visually see the winds, but you can see and feel its effects.

Imagine the wind blowing garbage across the street.  The energy circulation in your body pushes toxins (garbage/waste) out.  It does this various ways:  respiration, perspiration, voiding, bowel movements, etc.  When your energy circulation is not functioning properly, health problems arise.

Energy flows through twelve main organs, spending approximately 2 hours in each organ.  It starts in your lungs at 3:00 AM, and finishes in your liver, just prior to starting the process over.

The organs each have a paired organ, and if you have problems with one, most likely you’ll have a problem with the other.  For example, if you have breathing problems, you may notice your breathing is worse between 3:00 and 5:00 AM as this is when the energy is going through the lungs.  If there is an energy blockage there, the circulation is compromised, causing shortness of breath, which may cause you to wake up.  Upon awakening, you breathe deeper or get up, thus helping your breathing.

The large intestines are the lungs paired organ, so often people with breathing difficulties have problems with their bowels, example constipation.  The body is not excreting enough toxins; a build-up of toxins causes an imbalance in the energy circulation.  Also, if you have lung problems, you may have skin problems, as the skin is known as your third lung.

Things which compromise your immune system, also compromise your energy circulation, like stress, lack of sleep, lack of exercise, poor eating habits, dehydration, etc.

Many of today’s alternative health treatments deal with trying to balance your energy circulation to restore your health.

If you are interested in learning more, email us at acaringlight@gmail.com or call 506-961-9905.

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