For Chinese medicine experts, a man's eyes are not only a window to the soul, but also a window to understand your health. Observing the condition of a man's eyes can reveal information about his physical health. Here's how to see health from a man's eyes!
Looking at God is more important than looking at the eyes
Although God is a comprehensive reflection of all the life activities of the human body, it also has a concentrated and prominent performance, that is, the eyes. Although the eyes are small, they are "all inclusive of the five internal organs." Traditional Chinese medicine believes that the eyes are the place where the essence and qi of the five internal organs converge, and can be divided into five parts from the inside out, known as the "Five Wheels.".
The word "five rounds" is now very rare, but in ancient times it was a commonly used word. For example, in the "Outlaws of the Marsh", there is a description: "He Jiushu looked at the corpse of Wu Da, lifted the Qianqiu banner, tore open the white silk, and used the five rounds of Eight Treasures to commit two divine water eyes. When he looked intently, He Jiushu let out a loud cry, looked at it, and then fell down, bleeding in his mouth, but he saw that his nails were blue, his lips were purple, his face was yellow, and his eyes were dull." The author wrote that He Jiushu used the phrase "Five rounds of Eight Treasures commit two divine water eyes," in order to highlight his professionalism and concentration.
Specifically, the five chakras are "blood chakra", "wind chakra", "qi chakra", "water wheel", and "meat chakra", corresponding to the five internal organs of the heart, liver, lung, kidney, and spleen. From this perspective, although the eyes are small, they contain very rich information and are important organs for understanding the "spirit" and the functions of the five internal organs and six internal organs.
Watching is a precursor to seeing a doctor
The observation of health information is called "observation and diagnosis". There is a well known legend in history about observation and diagnosis, which is the story of Bian Que meeting Duke Huan of Cai three times. Bian Que met Cai Huangong three times and found that his condition had grown from mild to severe, eventually developing to a point where there was no cure. Later, the clever Bianque ran away before Duke Cai Huangong fell ill and died.
(Intern Editor: Lin Yanjuan)