Liver Frustrated & Angry? This could be why

by Farley D October 08, 2020 1 min read

Liver Frustrated & Angry? This could be why

We're moving into a lovely, yet erratic Spring season here in Australia and Mason is talking today about what this means for your Liver.

 

This is a beautiful discussion today weaving in Daoist practices, with the Five Elements philosophy, and practical advice on how to best navigate Spring and it's effect on our Livers. (Note capital L to signify the entire Liver system, not just referring to the physical liver organ). At SuperFeast our philosophy closely follows that of the Daoist traditions. These ancient folk were deeply connected with nature and her rhythms, they were masters of observation of what was coming and going around them.

 

Mason covers plenty:

-- the personality of Springtime

-- how Spring can be a great teacher

-- thinking about the Five Elements and in particular, Wood energy

-- the importance of staying grounded

-- the archetypes of the Liver

-- what all this means with regards to feelings of frustration


If you enjoyed this one today, tune into our Spring series below, check these other episodes out here:

MUST-HAVE herbs for Spring

How to transition between seasons

The MUST dos at the change of season

 

You can expect to see and hear more education around the seasons and how we can better align with nature, stay tuned ;P



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