TCM organ clock

In harmony with the biorhythm:
The Chinese organ clock

We are currently living in the most hectic age of human history. Our daily rhythm is determined by our well-structured everyday life: we get up when we have to go to work – some of them are already at 4 o’clock in the morning, while others may only arrive at 8 o’clock in the evening – and in our free time we often do the nights to the day or travel to distant countries and find ourselves suddenly in a completely different time zone again. For us, that is a matter of course – but it is against our natural biorhythm.

The natural rhythms of our earth have been with man since the beginning of his existence. The change of day and night and the cycle of the seasons determine his daily life. Today, we are less and less aware of our internal clock and have little sense of the rhythms of nature. Following the teachings of Traditional Chinese Medicine, our biorhythm is closely linked to our body and therefore to our well-being and health.

Thus, it is worthwhile to rely on the inner clock, so that you can recognize the discordant bodies in the body as quickly as possible and counteract them. An important tool for this is the Chinese organ clock. It illustrates at which time of the day which functional circuit is dominated and supplied with the most Qi. From 7 to 9 o’clock in the morning has z. B. the stomach is his wedding. In these two hours our organism is particularly receptive. Now he can best process the food and nutrients. But our minds are also happy about input in the morning and are open in the morning for talks or information from radio or newspaper. Pressure and agitation in the morning, however, can cause a strong increase in stress hormones in the stomach period. If you take too little time in the morning, the first signs of problems of the stomach meridian can be felt, such as morning loss of appetite, bloating, heartburn but also exhaustion, sluggishness and anger.

But even in the middle of the night, our functional circuits are active. For example, liver time is between 1 and 3 o’clock. If sleep disturbances occur more frequently during this period, this may indicate an imbalance of the liver. Reason for this may be that the detoxification function of the liver is very much stressed, z. Eg by too much alcohol or medication. But even if we are a little bit stressed mentally this can affect the liver. To support the liver, you should eat healthy and regular and integrate gentle endurance sports into everyday life. While walking, jogging, cycling or swimming, body and soul can relax and blockages can be solved. To further support the liver, the Ashéra YIN YANG BALANCE Tea Blend can also help. It contains goji berries, chrysanthemum flowers and liquorice root, improving the harmonious flow of liver qi. A cup in the evening can increase your well-being and ensure a healthy and restful sleep.

The twelve function groups each dominate for two hours a day. After 24 hours, the cycle starts again from the beginning. The Chinese organ clock can be an extremely practical companion in everyday life, reminding us that, despite our many commitments, we always have enough time for ourselves. This creates the best conditions for health, well-being and inner peace.