Health of our Three-Section

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.

11 Three-section

The three-section is not an organ. It is not part of our body. It is a term coined by herbal medicine to aid in the explanation and diagnosis of how our body works.

The three-section is a unique term in herbal medicine, which is the collective name of upper-section, middle-section, and lower-section. The upper-section is the part above the diaphragm, including the heart and lungs. The middle-section is the part below the diaphragm and above the umbilical cord, including the spleen and stomach. The lower-section is the part below the umbilical cord, including the kidneys, bladder, large and small intestine, and female cells.

The three-section and the envelope of the heart are reflective of each other.

The physiological function of the three-section is firstly to circulate vital energy, and secondly to circulate fluid. The three-section governs vital-energy of our body. It is in charge of its movement and transformation.

The three-section is reported to be a channel for ascending and exiting of vital energy, and it is also a place for gasification. Part of the vital energy is the most fundamental energy of the human body. The other part of the vital energy is rooted in the kidneys and flows throughout the whole body governed by the function of the three-section. Thus, the three-section is the end and beginning of vital energy flow.

The three-section is the path of water and liquid circulation. That is to say, the three-section has the function of dredging the waterways and moving the water.

The division of three-section into upper-section, middle-section and lower-section has its own physiological functions.

The upper-section governs vital energy and blood flows, and its characteristic is radiation. It spreads nutrients from food and drink all over the body, nourishing the viscera and tissues of the whole body like fog and dew do to plants.

The main function of the middle-section is to decompose food and drink into nutrients which are transported and transformed into vital energy and blood. Thus the middle-section is like retting. Retting refers to the floating state of foam when food is decomposed.

The lower-section is mainly responsible for separating clear and turbid materials, excreting urine and defecating, and has the characteristics of downward and outward excretion. Thus we said the lower-section discharges into ditches.

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