As practitioners of life cultivation, we use the inner vision technique to feel our inner organs to find out if they are abnormal physiologically or functionally. Once we find the organ that is going bad, we can then try to return it to normal operation as soon as possible, using the various Mustang Cultivation Techniques. This will help us to maintain the health of our body without resorting to medication or surgical operation in later days.
In a previous article, we have briefly discussed each of the important organs as a learning reference. Now we will discuss in depth how we apply the inner vision technique to find out what is wrong with each of our organs.
08 Small Intestine
The small intestine is located in the abdomen. Its upper mouth connects with the lower mouth of the stomach at the pylorus, and its lower mouth connects with the upper mouth of the large intestine at the appendix.
The main physiological functions of the small intestine are to contain, dissolve and secrete turbidity. The small intestine and the heart are reflective of each other.
01 Small intestine receives and transforms
The small intestine receives the food initially digested by the stomach, and further digests it, turning food into fine particles. Abnormal function of the small intestine can lead to digestive and absorption disorders, manifested as abdominal distension, diarrhea, and loose stools.
02 Small intestine secretes
The small intestine further divides the digested food into two parts, nutrients from the food we eat and useless food residue. It absorbs nutrients and transports food residue to the large intestine. At the same time, it also absorbs a large amount of water. Useless water seeps into the bladder and exits the body.
Therefore, the secretion and clearing function of the small intestine is also related to the quality of stool and urine. If the secretory function of the small intestine is normal, then the stools and urine are normal. Otherwise the stool is thin and the urine is short.
09 Large Intestine
The large intestine resides in the lower abdomen, connecting the small intestine above and the anus below. The large intestine and the lungs are reflective of each other.
The main physiological function of the large intestine is to transfer stool.
The large intestine accepts the food residue leaving the small intestine. It absorbs excess water, forms feces, and excretes them outside the body through the anus.
This function of the large intestine is an extension of the function of the stomach to reduce turbidity, and it is also related to the function of the lungs. If the conduction of the large intestine is abnormal, there may be abnormal changes in the quality, volume and frequency of stool, such as diarrhea or constipation or blood in the stool.
The bladder is located in the lower abdomen. It directly connects with the kidneys, and they are reflective of each other.
The main physiological function of the bladder is to store and urinate the urine.
Urine is a transformed form of body fluid. Under the action of the kidney, the turbidity is transported to the bladder where it is temporarily stored. When it is stored to a certain extent, it is excreted by the action of the bladder.
The bladder’s urine storage and urination functions depend entirely on the kidney’s gasification function, and the bladder’s gasification is actually subordinate to the kidney’s transpiration and gasification.
Bladder lesions are mainly manifested as frequent urination, urgency, and painful urination; or dysuria, residual urination, or anuria.
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