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Friday, March 22, 2013
Physical Illness Vs Spirit Possession
Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners (TCM) believe the well being of our
internal organs can be reflected on our faces and bodies:
·Kidney腎– Ear, energy; corresponds
to water element.
·Heart心– Tongue, mouth; fire
·Lungs肺– Nose; metal element.
·Lever 肝– Eyes, skin, bone, soul; wood element.
·Spleen 脾– Limbs, earth element.
if a person has high blood or he/she is angry, the face will turn red. Likewise
if the person’s lever is weak, his/her hair and skin would be dry and coarse;
the eyes will look dull also.
In order to
maintain and rejuvenate these 5 major organs, the Taoist has developed
meditation techniques to “look inside” our body in the hope to preserve our
other hand, Taoist practitioners have extended these theories to include the
symptoms of spirit possessions:
green or red vine patterns on eye white indicate spirit intrusions.
or red vine patterns on outer ears.
green vines on the chest and elbow pits.
aura on temple, cheeks, eye sockets or between eye brows.
with the above theories, we will roughly know if the person is indeed suffered
from real physical illness or it may be a case of spirit intrusion. As to which
comes before which, then we will need to research more into TCM as well as
obtaining clinical experiences.