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Dominates Blood & Vessels
Heart
Governs Blood & Controls Vessels
Heart
Motive force for blood circulation
Heart
Vessels are the physical structures that circulate blood.
Heart
Manifests on the Face
Heart
Opens into the Tongue.
Heart
Control Sweat
Heart
Houses the Mind
Heart
Stores the Blood and Regulates the Volume in Circulation.
Liver
Maintains the Free Flow of Qi
Liver
Controls the Tendons (Sinews) & Manifests in the Nails.
Liver
Opens into the eyes.
Liver
Houses the Ethereal Soul.
Liver
Controls Planning
Liver
One dreams of being angry.
Liver is in Excess
One dreams of fragrant mushrooms.
Liver is Deficient
If the dream is in the spring one dreams of lying under a tree w/o being able to get up.
Liver
One dreams of fire.
Heart is weak
If the dream takes place in summer, one dreams of volcanic eruptions.
Heart
One dreams of laughing
Heart is in Excess
One dreams of mountains, fire and smoke.
Heart is deficient
Governs Transportation and Transformation
Spleen
Controls Blood.
Spleen
Dominates muscles and limbs.
Spleen
Opens into the mouth.
Spleen
Manifests on the lips.
Spleen
Controls "raising of Qi."
Spleen
Houses Thought.
Spleen
Root of post-heaven Qi, and the origin of birth and development.
Spleen
One dreams of being hungry.
Spleen is deficient
Dream takes place in late summer, one dreams of building a house.
Spleen
One dreams of singing and being very heavy.
Spleen is in excess.
One dreams of abysses in mountains and marshes.
Spleen is deficient.
The Canopy
Lung
Dominates the Qi and Controls Respiration.
Lung
Governs Qi and Respiration.
Lung
Regulates Water Passages
Lung
Dominates Dispersing and Descending.
Lung
Dominates Skin and Hair.
Lung
Opens into the Nose.
Lung
Controls Channels and Blood Vessels (aids Heart).
Lung
Houses the Corporeal Soul.
Lung
One dreams of weeping.
Lung in in excess.
One dreams of white objects or about bloody killings.
Lung is deficient.
Dreams takes place in the Autumn, one dreams of battles and war.
Lung
House of Water and Fire (Yin & Yang)
Kidney
Stores Essence, dominates Human Reproduction and Development.
Kidney
Produces Marrow to fill Brain.
Kidney
Dominates Water Metabolism and Reception of Qi.
Kidney
Dominates Bone.
Kidney
Manufactures Blood.
Kidney
Manifests in the Hair.
Kidney
Opens into the Ear.
Kidney
Dominates Anterior and Posterior Orifices.
Kidney
House Will Power.
Kidney
One dreams of swimming after a shipwreck.
Kidneys are weak
Dream takes place in winter, one dreams of plunging in water and being scared.
Kidneys
One dreams that the spine is detached from the body.
Kidneys are in excess.
One dreams of being immersed in water.
Kidneys are weak
Stores Bile and continuously excretes to intestines, helping the Liver to maintain free flow of Qi.
Gall Bladder
Does not receive water and food.
Gall Bladder
Controls Judgement and decisions.
Gall Bladder
Controls Sinews (Liver provides Blood and GB provides Qi).
Gall Bladder
One dreams of fight, trials and suicide.
Gall Bladder is deficient.
Upper outlet for Cardia, lower pylorus.
Stomach
Receives and Decomposes Food.
Stomach
Rotting and Ripening.
Stomach
Transportation of Food Essences.
Stomach
Controls Descending Qi.
Stomach
Origin of Fluids.
Stomach
One dreams of having a large meal.
Stomach is deficient
Separates Clear from Turbid.
Small Intestine
Separates Fluids.
Small Intestine
Controls Receiving and Transforming.
Small Intestine
One will dream of crowds.
Small Intestine Parasites
One will dream of fights and mutual destruction.
Small Intestine
long intestinal parasites
Receives Waste from SI, absorbs fluid and form feces.
Large Intestine
One dreams of open fields.
Large Intestine is deficient
Temporary Storage of Urine.
Urinary Bladder
Removes Water by Qi Transformation.
Urinary Bladder
One dreams of voyages.
Urinary Bladder is deficient
Governs Various Forms of Qi
San Jiao
Passage for the flow of Yuan Qi and Body fluids.
San Jiao
Fog or Mist.
San Jiao (Upper)
Froth of bubbles (maceration)
San Jiao (Middle)
Drainage Ditch
San Jiao (Lower)
Passage of Water & Food.
San Jiao
Stores pure fluid (bile), also one of the six fu organs, and does not receive water or food.
Gall Bladder
Sea of Marrow, Relates to Heart Blood & Kidney Essence.
Brain
Controls touch, memory, conceration, sight, hearing, smelling, intelligence.
Brain
Related to Kidneys, Stores Bone-marrow.
Bones
Common matrix of Bone Marrow and Brain, produced by Kidney Essence.
Marrow
Contain Blood and related to Kidney Essence.
Blood Vessels
Regulates menses, conception and pregnancy, closely related to the Kidneys.
Uterus
Da Qi (Air) + Gu Qi (Food) =?
Zong Qi (Pectoral Qi)
Zong Qi (Pectoral) + Yuan Qi (Original) =?
Zhen Qi (Vital Qi)
Zhen Qi splits to become?
Wei Qi (Defensive) & Ying Qi (Nutritive)
Clear, light & thin - watery
Jin
Circulate with Defensive Qi (Exterior)
Jin
Move quickly
Jin
Under the control of Lung
Jin
Fx. Moisten & in some measure nourish skin & muscles. Assists with sweat, tears, saliva and mucus.
Jin
Turbid, heavy & Dense
Ye
Circulate with Nutritive Qi (Interior)
Ye
Moves slowly
Ye
Under the control of Spleen & Kidneys
Ye
Fx. Moisten joints, bone marrow, brain, and spine.
Also lubricates eyes, ears, nose and mouth.
Ye
Rooted in Kidneys,
Spreads via San Jiao
Yuan Qi
aka Source Qi, Primary Qi, Original Qi, Congenital
Last stage of Transformation of Qi, Meridian Qi
Zhen Qi
aka Vital Qi, True Qi
Warms & nourishes skin muscles
Wei Qi
aka Defensive Qi, Exterior Qi
Opens & closes pores
Wei Qi
aka Defensive Qi, Exterior Qi
Protects from external pathogens
Wei Qi
aka Defensive Qi, Exterior Qi
Regulates body temperature
Wei Qi
aka Defensive Qi, Exterior Qi
Circulates in the vessels
Ying Qi
aka Nutritive Qi, Interior Qi
Provides further nourishment
Ying Qi
aka Nutritive Qi, Interior Qi
Nourishes the internal organs
Ying Qi
aka Nutritive Qi, Interior Qi
Produces Blood & circulate it
Ying Qi
aka Nutritive Qi, Interior Qi
Function of Qi
1. Promoting/Transporting
2. Warming
3. Defensive/Protecting
4. Checking/Holding
5. Activities of Qi/Transforming
6. Nourishing