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Five Elements

According to traditional chinese medicine (TC) state of health depends on the balance of all the elemental forces air, water, fire earch and metals... each of the element is associated with a specific part of human body... disturbance in the balance of these elements lead to be imbalance in that specific organs...

Each of the five elements is associated with one of the five senses, and acts as the gross medium for the experience of sensations. According to Hindu thought, the basest element, Earth (prithvi, kshiti or bhūmi) was created using all the other elements and thus can be perceived by all five senses - hearing, touch, taste, smell, and sight. The next element, Water (aap or jala), has no odor but can be seen, tasted, heard, and felt. Next comes Fire (tejas or agni), which can be seen, heard and felt. Air (vaayu, marut or pavan ) can be heard and felt. Ether (akasha) is the medium of sound but is inaccessible to all other senses. Hindus believe that the universal creative force used akasha, the most "subtle" element, to create the other four traditional elements; each element created is in turn used to create the next, each less subtle than the last.

In Chinese medicine, a human body is divided into five systems: wood, fire, earth, metal, and water. Human organs and tissues correspond to the five elements. The  five systems not only automatically self-regulate according to the laws of yin and yang but also coordinate with the five elements from the outside world in order to achieve health.

In the outside world, people react to a few things, such as climate, color, and sound. [All of which correspond to the five elements.] The climates are spring, summer, autumn, and winter. The colors are red, yellow, white, black, and green. The sounds are do, re, mi, fa, so, and la. Even moral and ethical elements correspond to the five elements. For example, benevolence is wood; righteousness is gold; propriety is water; wisdom is fire; and trust is earth.

Five elements: Earth, metal, wood, fire, and water.

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