Late summer is the shortest season in Chinese Medicine, from late August to the Autumn Equinox in September.  It marks that pause or center of the year, as a time to ground and regroup.   Late summer is the season of harvest, when we can take the time to rest and reap abundance from our hard work. It also marks the autumn equinox, as the year’s midpoint, with equal light and darkness. Thus, it reminds us to enter our center and find balance, while being peacefully present and rooted in nature. Wisdom from Traditi...

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