TCM considers that all internal or chronic disease is caused by one or more of the "seven emotions". These are: anger, shock, joy, fear, brooding, anxiety and sorrow. Each of the Seven Emotions has a corresponding vice and virtue and the job of the healer is to transform the "vice" emotion associated with the disease to its "virtue" counterpart. This is literally described as "cultivating the virtue".
Editor's Note from J. Stewart Dixon: Here's a FUNNY FUNNY video by Mike Jenkins about all our neurotic expectations of enlightenment. I chuckled all the way through. I bet you will too...
Mike's website: www.nothingsayingthis.com
J. Stewart Dixon's All Things Healing www.BLUECOLLAR-ENLIGHTENMENT.com series: What enlightenment looks like in ORDINARY FOLKS. Many of my spiritually awakened friends and I are in this category. We do not have the eloquence of Adyashanti, the mass appeal of Eckhart Tolle or the motherly sagacity of Gangaji or Ammachi. We are ordinary, imperfect and quirky human beings and we are spiritually awake. This is what enlightenment looks like in ordinary people and dare I say that this is probably what it will look like in YOU...
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