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Chinese Medicine is not just a medical system developed over thousands of years, it teaches the art of living a healthy, balanced life. Important aspects of this lifestyle are living in harmony with the natural world, changing lifestyle habits according to the seasons, and striving for balance with our emotions, between work and play, as well as between physical, mental and spiritual activities.
In Chinese Medicine, every organ has its functions or responsibilities. These are not all physical, they are psychological and spiritual as well. The heart has special importance in Chinese Medicine as it is seen to be the “ruler” or “emperor” of all the other organs, and when the heart is healthy and balanced, it is a kind and benevolent leader. In Chinese Medicine theory, the heart is at the centre of perception itself. Therefore self-awareness, the ability to connect with others to have meaningful relationships and living a fulfilling, happy life is the essence of a happy, healthy heart.
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The Heart in Chinese Medicine – Theory
This sheet focuses on the Chinese Medicine theory of the Heart and what it is responsible for in the body. The sheet lists the Heart’s responsibilities according to Chinese Medicine theory, and then gives a description of each, explaining further what each function does and how it affects the body and ultimately, health.
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