There are 5 kinds of winds I want you to beware and aware of:
1. Robber winds
2. Sunset winds and night winds
3. Internal Wind
4. Winds of Change
5. Fengshui (flow)
The thing is that Chinese medicinal acupuncture is great at 1 and 3, while herbs are best at 2 and 3, but only fengshui and the I ching help with 4 and 5 directly. Now we’ve talked about wind. Twitching, roaming pains, seizures, BP issues that come and go, sweating issues, fever and chills, etc. We’ve talked about these winds. And from our life you’re aware of the winds of change. But few of you are aware directly of the dangers posed by the ‘evils’ of Sunset and Night winds, which weaken your immune system, introduce pathogens deep into the body, cause arthritis and aches and pains, and generally rob you of resolve, vitality and ‘mojo’. In short, these charges that enter the body find easy passageway into the body because of the gentle and/or electrical nature of these winds.
Furthermore, because few people study change, they underestimate the importance of life-flow in determining their wealth, social standing, happiness, even spirituality. They certainly underestimate the problem of “fighting the tide” and overestimate their reserves of energy in new (and doomed to fail) endeavors, pipe dreams, and general distractions. This leads to a further loss of essence.
This is why the Chinese said wind is “the carrier of 10,000 diseases.” Be sure you’re not missing the boat in understanding wind and all of its implications and categories. Come in for an energy, herbal, or fengshui consult, and let’s get your problems sorted.