Creating Purposeful Movement in the Wood Element and Spring Season with Chinese Medicine Practitioner Christina CecconiMar 23, 2021
As we transition into a new season, regular podcast guest Christina Cecconi joins me once again for a chat about the energetics of Spring and the Wood Element.
We are inching closer to Spring Equinox and you’ve likely been feeling the stirrings within your own body and spirit. To move, to be creative, to bring things to life, to plant seeds. But this also comes with the challenges of Spring. When we prioritize progress and movement over alignment, we fall into the trap of creating action for action’s sake. When things don’t turn out as we plan, this brings up frustration and anger.
Sound familiar? Yeah, me too.
Let’s dive into the energetics of Spring/Wood to find purposeful movement.
What You'll Learn in this Episode:
- The energetics of Spring/Wood in relation to yin/yang theory
- How the Spring Season represents the transition from potential energy to kinetic energy
- The balanced and unbalanced representations of Anger
- The gifts and downfalls of the Wood element
- The energetics of Wood energy in a Metal Ox year
Kat Lee is an Intimacy + Relationship Coach, host of The Empowered Curiosity Podcast and Creator of The Heart Lab. She guides pattern-breakers to alchemize their emotions and embody their healing journey to cultivate intimacy as a spiritual practice.
Christina Cecconi uses the timeless wisdom of Classical Chinese Medicine to help cultivate genuine wellbeing in our present day lives. Trained as a Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Christina runs her clinical practice, Hinoki Wellness, in Vancouver, BC where she offers gentle esoteric acupuncture and lifestyle medicine.
I facilitate conversations through 1:1 coaching and various community offerings to guide curious humans to remember their True Self - who they are beyond the conditioning, the "shoulds", the trauma stories + the overriding of desires. If you need permission to step into the wholeness of your emotions and Being, let me show you that you’ve been the one holding the pen.