In Colorado, we are fortunate to have a change of seasons. I like seeing the trees sprout their leaves in the spring, become full in the summer, turn their leaves in the fall and lose their leaves before winter sets in. In Denver, the trees are barren in the winter. And then, when spring peaks through, the green reappears.
I find the cycle of nature to be soothing. Even when I dread seeing summer go, I also like the crispness of fall. Fall represents letting go of the past, so we can receive the future. The organs that are highlighted in the fall are lungs and large intestine. Large intestine escorts our waste products out of the body while the lungs inhale new products for the body to use.
Fall is the time of year that large intestine and lungs energy will present itself for healing. Fall is when people often have problems with asthma, colds and flu’s which are lung related. Large intestine complications can be flare ups with bowel problems.