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Our eyes are the sense organ related to our Liver. This pair is extra important now as they both correlate to the Spring season. This means that harmony within the correlated organ system is especially achievable, because our energy, is strongest within that system during its season.


I always highlight the importance of our Liver, and that a healthy Liver equates to a healthy life. Through our eyes, and specifically our tears, we can promote deep healing on a mental and physical level both for the Liver and our entire being.


Tears can be associated with much more than sadness. Tears can express feelings of joy, fear, anxiety, grief, excitement and more. In ancient times, there was a saying: one teardrop can wash away thousands of years of sadness. And one teardrop can bring back a million years of happiness. Extremely powerful and inspiring.


Different types of tears have different chemical compositions than each other. From a scientific perspective, tears are categorised in three groups, based on their origin. Both tears of grief and joy are psychic tears, triggered by extreme emotions, whether positive or negative. Basal tears, which are in the eyes all the time to lubricate, nourish and protect your cornea, are released continuously in tiny quantities. Reflex tears are secreted in response to an irritant, like dust, onion vapours or tear gas. Emotional tears, for instance, have been found to contain protein based hormones including the neurotransmitter leucine enkephalin, a natural painkiller that is released when the body is under stress. The composition of tears is what is important when it comes to our healing. That emotional energy that we feel whether joy, sadness, whatever it may be, can be turned into a tangible thing that we can allow to exit the body and physically let go and move on.


Never be afraid of a good cry as in fact, it can prove to be very beneficial xxx

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