Seasonal influences contribute to our overall physical health. In our previous blog we introduced the seasonal approach to diet and behavior in Tibetan medicine by
Tibetan medicine calls for specific seasonal behavior. The seasons can be divided either by equinox and solstice, the four seasons as we do in the West or into six seasons: Early Winter (November & December), Late Winter (January & February), Spring (March & April), Early Summer (May & June), Late Summer (Monsoon in some places) (July & August), and Autumn (September & October). The seasons are then described according to what is happening in the climate and the environment. Certain behaviors are recommended for each of the seasons.
Tawni Tidwell talks about how we can balance rlüng imbalances in our bodies.
Units of Distinction Tibetan Medicine Basics offers a brief introduction to an alternative way of viewing the human body. Western and Tibetan medicine look at