The six healing sounds are breathing exercises and body postures that serve as techniques for releasing trapped heat or cold, and stuck emotional patterns. These also move energy to allow stagnant fluids to disperse from their stuck place in the cells and tissues of the organs. The six healing sounds can be practiced standing, sitting, lying down before bed, or in the morning upon waking. They can be practiced while stressed out in traffic, at the dinner table while eating too much, or at the office desk when experiencing emotions after a call or email. From: The Alchemist’s Tao Te Ching
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By having a relationship with our organs, we know what makes them happy, sad, function well, and what stifles the many unconscious processes they do on our behalf every minute. Further, according to the Taoist view of the body, each organ is associated with an element, a color, virtues, and aspects of nature (not to mention planets, times of day, phases of the moon, stars and constellations, tastes, smells, gem stones, etc. etc.) Strengthening these aspects inside of us strengthens our connection to these aspects of the natural world outside of us.
From; The Alchemist’s Tao Te Ching
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