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gallbladder TCMGall Bladder (TCM)

TCM gallbladderGall Bladder (Foot Shaoyang) 44 meridian pressure points
Direction of meridian - head to foot, qi moves in a downward direction
Emotion that disrupts Wood element - Angergallbladder meridian
The gall bladder main function is to make sure we metaphysically make the right decisions and good judgments to protect us from ourselves.
More about the Gall Bladder and Liver Wood Element.

TCM - Gall Bladder Diseases
Gall Bladder Yin/Yang deficiency and excess, excessive heat in the Gall bladder, Gall bladder energy deficient, Gall bladder damp-heat.

Liver generates anger, resentment, irritability and frustrations whilst doing all the planning and making decisions

Gall bladder expresses anger including depression (inward anger type), and executes all the livers plans and decision making

Mental Process and Emotional Imbalances (what to look for)
The mind set of the gallbladder energy is generous, easy-going to evolve and adapt, well organized to find answers.
Disharmony of the gallbladder can develop into emotional frustration, not being able to move forward with a mental block on being able to adapt, this hurts the nervous system (nervous breakdown, feeling stuck or frozen etc), not being able to breakdown fat, fat thoughts, fat feeling, big fat angry feelings of frustration.
Emotion of Breath

"Over anger impairs the liver, sadness and grief subdues anger"
Western Medical Mental Process and Emotional Imbalances "Anger"

Mental Process and Emotional Imbalances (what to look for)
The gallbladder stores bile from the liver, and emotional anger associated with food (eating disorders) and its breakdown (by bile) becomes stuck if the gallbladder is broken, food becomes constipated with fats because it has not been metabolized by bile from the gallbladder, the same action happens in the mind; in that big angry thoughts do not get broken down and disposed of by the mental cleansing action of sleep if the gallbladders mental influences are damaged.
Bad Attitude
Bilious means ill natured and has been long associated with the gallbladder (a bilious attack consists of a headache, abdominal pains, acidosis and migraines) and liver.

Brief Gallbladder Western Medical Anatomy and Actions
The gallbladder is a small hollow organ that is located below the right lobe of the liver, and stores bile produce by the liver (a concentrated fluid called gall) until it is released by a signal from the small intestine, to help with digestion (digested food containing fats stimulates bile release to help breakdown fats).
It is possible to live without a gallbladder, and surgical removal of the gallbladder is called a cholecystectomy.
Gallbladder disorders
Gallstones, gallstone pancreatitis, sphincter oddi dysfunction, cholecystitis, cancer, cholesterolosis, Rokitansky-Aschoff sinuses, postcholecystectomy syndrome, porcelain gallbladder.

"Over anger impairs the liver, sadness and grief subdues anger"

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Liver (TCM)

liver meridian pathway

TCM liverLiver (Foot Jueyin) 14 meridian pressure points
Direction of meridian - foot to chest, qi moves upward
Emotion that disrupts Wood element - Anger
Known as the "sea of blood" the liver is the biggest organ inside the body.
The liver stores blood, and blood stores the soul of the liver (hun), the liver regulates blood and is in charge of strategic thinking. The liver controls the tendons allowing them to be supple and flexible.
More about the Gall Bladder and Liver Wood Element.

Over-working damages the liver

TCM - Liver Diseases
Liver Yin/Yang deficiency and excess, stagnant Liver qi, Upward flaming liver fire, Liver blood deficiency, Internal liver wind blowing, Liver yang up surging, cold obstructing the liver, Liver damp-heat, Liver yin deficiency, Liver yang hyperactivity, cold in the liver channel, Liver damp heat.

Liver generates anger, resentment, irritability and frustrations whilst doing all the planning and making decisions

Gall bladder expesses anger including depression (inward anger type), and executes all the livers plans and decision making

Mental Process and Emotional Imbalances (what to look for)
The liver is the general that commands strategic thoughts.
The emotion anger will cause damaging hyperactivity (violence, hateful enjoyment, hurtful panic, blind rage) to blur the thoughts from connecting with the moment and being able to move on, however anger turned inwards is just as self destructive (self harming, hateful depression, metaphysically drained), goals, purpose and choices disappear when a dysfunction liver is present. The liver reflects the sun (left eye) and moon (right eye) through the eye's, which are windows to the livers emotions, when constantly using the left brain then the left eye will weaken overtime, and when mostly using the right brain the right eye will become weak overtime.
Anger is seen in the left eye (aggression), and (inward anger) depression in the right eye.
To help release the brain from anger developing an inner vision (through meditation) with the eye's half closed will help unclench the brain.
Emotion of Breath

"Over anger impairs the liver, sadness and grief subdues anger"


Western Medical Mental Process and Emotional Imbalances "Anger"

Main Causes of Anger
The main causes of anger are generally recognized as financial problems, stress, difficult or poor social standing and environment, relationships, excessive pressures on personal time and energy.
Anger can sometimes run in families from exposure to family members that are always angry, or can develop in a growing personality when most of the time in the presence to the progressive emotion of anger, constant angry (passive anger, aggressive anger, controlled or uncontrolled etc) scenarios can all help encourage a personality growth that is in a perpetual, angry-destructive state of being.
Note: positive, controlled aggression (as in sports or gaming etc) is different to emotive anger issues.
DNA and Anger
Brain chemical, hormonal disorders and genetic dysfunctions can also have a contributing factor to the development of an angry persona.
Passive Anger
Personalities that display the emotion of passive aggression are not necessarily aware that they are being aggressive (sometimes they think they are being assertive).
Passive aggression is usually displayed by expressing sarcasm, meanness, apathy, alienation and self sabotaging behaviors without understanding why.
Understanding Passive Aggression
Displays of passive aggression tend to be difficult to recognize because they are indications of a repression, that is hidden in, trapped in, and attached to the subconscious which may emotionally display itself by unexplainable self sabotaging, and passive aggressive behaviour's.
Emotional Indicators of Anger-Related Symptoms
Although the expression of anger can be explosive or passive there are a number of emotional states that suggest unresolved anger is emotionally present, such states include; irritableness all the time, rage, anxiety with changeable moods from anger to depression and feeling overwhelmed, self-harming, suicidal thoughts and fantasizing about revengeful actions.
Anger-Depression
Anger and depression are close bed fellows that tend to life-cycle because of personality, including metaphysical thought and brain/body chemical processes of feelings involved with anger, and the natural process of angry guilt and isolation which may lead to depressive states, such states are associated with being proactively aggressive or passively angry (unless you have no feelings), such as lashing out or personal and controlled people alienation (singularly or manipulation of other people "groups" to help enable alienation).
Depression experienced over long periods of time can be viewed by possible displays of personal angry outbursts either in private or in public, controlled or spontaneous outbursts of emotions can be directed against others either covertly (to yourself) or openly (to destroy somebody).
Physical Indicators of Anger-Related Symptoms
Heart palpations and tightening of the chest, high blood pressure, fatigue, exhaustion, not being able to complete tasks, tingling sensations throughout the body, sinus cavity and a feelings of pressure on the head.
Acute Unresolved Anger
Acute anger can manifest itself through constant feeling of anxiety, nausea, muscle pain and tension, headaches, rapid breathing, dizziness, poor memory and concentration, such symptoms can make it difficult to complete the simplistic of tasks because metaphysically the mind and body are in fight or flight.
Chronic Anger
Chronic anger which is prolonged anger, can compromise the immune system and be the cause of many levels of mental and physical disorders such as; insomnia, greater risk of strokes and difficulties in finishing anything (even reading a book).
Note: depression and anger can go hand in hand.

Brief Liver Western Medical Anatomy and Actions
The liver is a large organ found in the upper right side of the abdomen cavity, and is located just below the diaphragm.
The liver produces fat metabolizing bile to be stored in the gallbladder whilst cleaning and detoxifying blood.
The liver has a role in metabolism, hormone production and the regulation of glycogen (sugar energy) storage.
Liver disorders
Viral hepatitis, autoimmune hepatitis, alcoholic hepatitis, cirrhosis (PBC), fatty liver (NASH), Budd-Chiari syndrome, hepatic veno-occlusive disease, portal hypertension, hutmeg liver, alcoholic liver disease, hepatic encephalopathy, acute liver failure, pyogenic (Liver abscess), amoebic (Liver abscess), hepatorenal syndrome, peliosis hepatis, Wilson's disease (Metabolic disorder), hemochromatosis (Metabolic disorder).

Acupuncture (TCM) - Reflexology - Aromatherapy - Hypnotherapy - Qigong - Taiji (Qigong walking) and Meditation are therapeutic interventions which affect brain/body chemistry that are all side-effect free, and can help with acute or mild depression, anger, alcohol addiction, drug addiction and prescription drug withdrawal and drug use side effects.

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