According to the Five Elements theory, we are governed by the flourishing energy of the Fire Element in our youth days.
We are the creators of our own lives. With this in mind, we can start asserting our power over our lives. We can bring more consciousness into our habitual thoughts, emotions, and conduct.
The Wood phase of human life is childhood through early adolescence. When we are in the Wood era, there is a rise of Wood energy in our system to seek growth and development.
Look at other people as a mirror. They reflect back to us what we carry in our inner space and how we treat ourselves.
Start viewing people around you as a mirror of your inner space and heal your unpleasant relationships with other people.
Signs of Yin deficiency are dry skin, dry eyes, hot flashes, irritability, dizziness, vertigo, restlessness, sleeping problems, while sings of Yang deficiency are continuous lethargy, a lack of energy, cold extremities, a low sexual drive, poor circulation and a need for excessive sleep.
The outer world cannot hurt you. The outer world does not have power over you. From the soul’s perspective, the outer world is an illusion created for your growth. With this knowledge, you can heal your past memories and move on.
In this world of Yin and Yang, where Yin and Yang not only oppose, but also follow and support each other, pain and pleasure can be seen as two sides of the same coin.
In order to grow spiritually, we have to understand that the world is a mirror and that the outer reality reflects what is going on in our inner reality.
Water type people have a strong affinity to the Water Element, which manifests in self-sufficiency, privacy, solitude, and a search for truth.