In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), the winter season is the most yin, with the most darkness, beginning at Winter Solstice, the shortest day of the year.  Wisdom from Chinese Medicine can be a helpful guide on how best to cleanse your whole being, attuned to the seasonal cycles.  In TCM, winter corresponds with the bladder and kidneys, recommending this as the best time to tune-up these organs. It’s also a good time to detoxify the mind and body’s toxic residue from fears, as fear-based emotional patterns cor...

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