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These meridians have three main physiological functions. First, they are regarded as reservoirs of energy. (An analogy to bodies of water is as follows: the twelve regular meridians would be considered rivers and the eight extra meridians would be considered lakes or seas with tidal flow). Second, they functions to store energy for the body, regulate, receive and give excess energy, and retain energy (to prevent dispersion) as the body needs it, in order to maintain homeostasis, both in health and during illness. Third, they function to drain and eliminate aggressive energy as part of the homeostasis function.. leon hammer, md
The Yin-Yang and Five Element TheoryThe theories of Yin-Yang and the Five Element were the creation and development of the ancient Chinese through their long and faithful tradition of observing nature's cycles and changes. The theory says that wood, fire, earth, metal, and water are the basic substances constituting the material world. These five basic substances are considered an indispensable part of daily life. However, due to dynamic movement and the mutual antagonism of yin and yang factors, the material world that is made up of the Five Elements is thus in a constant state of flux.
Everything you see has its roots
in the Unseen world.
The forms may change,
yet the essence remains the same