Feng Shui Horoscopes: Part 6 – Your Health & Your Weakest Organ
Everyone has a weakest organ, which is the organ that takes the greatest impact of negative energies from our surroundings, and/or from a poor diet and lifestyle, and/or from the effects of stress. To better manage and look after our health, we should monitor our weakest organ for signs of impending illness, and avoid things that will aggravate or negatively affect those organs. For instance, if our lungs are our weakest organ, then we should avoid smoking, and if our liver is our weakest organ, we should avoid excessive alcohol consumption. Each organ in the body also relates to an emotion, so our weakest organ will tell us the emotion we are most affected by and maybe even the one we have most difficulty dealing with.
If our weakest organ is related to digestion, then we should review pour diet. This is because we are what we eat. For instance, if our our weakest organ is our kidneys then we should get into the habit of drinking plenty of fluids (and include a tiny pinch of salt to replace the amount being flushed out of our system). And if our colon and bowel are our weakest organ then we should make a point of consuming more fibre as part of our diet.
Our health is our wealth, so it is very important to eat a balanced diet, take regular exercise and do good deeds as part of a positive mind and a healthy lifestyle. What goes around comes around. Everything we do in our lifetime affects up to seven generations that come after us. Good intentions and positive behaviour/actions, thoughts/attitude and words leads to a happier and more content person, reaching our fullest potential, and achieving spiritual fulfilment.
Next week, my latest weekly blog on Feng Shui Horoscopes continues with Part 7 – Your Best Directions & Your Worst Directions.