Cultivating Gall In the Gall Bladder
Eastern Medicine classifies the gall bladder and liver as Wood organs.
Wood represents (1) assertion, (2) determination, (3) anger, (4) frustration, and (5) hopelessness.
The lack of self-assertion (gall bladder) stores anger (in the liver).
Besides meaning “sore,” gall indicates bold, impudent behavior …
audacity, impudence, insolence, impertinence, effrontery, cheekiness, cockiness, presumption, disrespect, shamelessness, chutzpah, sass, etc. — conduct considered “disruptive behavior” by school “psychologists.”
Eastern Medicine regards optimism, hope, and “visions of the future waiting to be realized” as attributes associated with the gall bladder.
The gall bladder is alleged to be the “Official of Decision-Making and Judgment.” It’s associated with the need for control.
The gall bladder is said to be responsible for helping one stay in control of (1) oneself and of (2) one’s external conditions.
Shouting or screaming are beneficial to the gall bladder.
Upside-down therapy — while lying on one’s belly — on either a slant-board or “gravity machine” helps the gall bladder clear debris.
Belching stimulates courage.
Farting cultivates gall.
What about folks without gall bladders? Over 700,000 people in the U.S. have them removed every year.
Fortunately, “gall” can be recruited from the Gall Bladder Meridian, gall bladder “shunts” (large intestines, heart, and kidneys), and the liver.
The Gall Bladder Meridian “protects” the Heart Meridian, so it’s wise to hang on to your gall bladder, and not let the Mainstream Medical Mafia cut it out of your gut.
According to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) …
“The Bladder Meridian begins at the inner eye, and is the cause of nearsightedness. Cataracts are a bladder problem. The Gall Bladder Meridian begins at the outer eye. Glaucoma is a gall bladder problem.”