The 5 elements conclude with the Element of Water, which is traditionally associated with the conclusion of each year. Winter, which is commonly considered to begin in November, is also symbolized by the element of Water.
Water is inextricably linked to water; every type of water that occurs on the planet. As a result, this can include anything from seas to rivers to puddles and clouds.
Water is associated with coldness, which peaks primarily during the winter months. Winter is the time when everything begins to die down, as seen by the hibernation and migration of animals, as well as the completion of all the flora’s cycles that began with the period of birth in Spring. This is the season when all old growth, leaves, plants, and little creatures that cannot withstand the cold will perish.
As a result, Water in human nature symbolizes the attributes we find in nature during the winter and in the flora.
In other words, the traits we witness in human water-type behavior patterns include contraction, knowledge, wisdom, inwardness, buildup of reserves and preparation for spring.
Additionally, the Chinese discovered a link between the kidneys and the bladder, concluding that the two organs shared a watery nature. As a result, if the kidneys (the primary water organ) are out of balance, the person can become terrified and afraid, making it difficult to carry out tasks. As a result, they are prone to becoming overly sensitive, anxious, suspicious, and even paranoid.
If they don’t alter and learn to build and heal their kidneys, renal disease will begin to set in.
Kidney blockages and weakening can cause ear, hair, and teeth problems as well as kidney infections and stones. Other symptoms include dull headaches and lower-body pain in the back, legs, and knees, as well as a general lack of self-motivation and drive.
These natural healing methods include massage, relaxation, and other forms of energy healing that can help us heal and avoid sickness, as well as support our efforts to change our negative traits.