Summer, red, joy, laughing, fruition, connection, being loved, hot or cold, blood pressure, manic, shy, confused, scattered, alienation, amorality, cruelty..
Late Summer, sympathy, yellow, receiving/nurturing,overweight, indigestion, insecure, needy, obsessive ruminating, selfishness, center..
Autumn, white, grief, precision, being valued, being inspired, tense, breathing problems, rigid, despairing, critical, vapid, pride..
Winter, blue/black, resting/containing, germinating, fear, resting, standing, motivation, tired, back pain, anxious, depressed, dullness, ambitious, will..
Spring, green, planning/vision, movement/flexibility, exercise, team sports, jumpy, muscle pain, defensive, judgmental, Anger, hope..
Classical Five Elements Acupuncture
Classical Five Element Acupuncture came out of the Taoist tradition, based on how to understand the link between what is happening in the outside world (nature) and the interior one (our bodies). In nature the five elements are: Fire, Earth, Metal, Water and Wood.