According to Chinese physicians, there are five seasons (also known as five elements) that affects our energy system by changing the rhythm and flow of our meridians, chakras and aura. The five seasons and their elements are Winter (water), Spring (wood), Summer (fire), Indian Summer (earth) and Autumn (metal). Each season has its own rhythm which vibrates energies differently. Depending on our energy rhythm, their vibration can affect our energy in a positive or negative way.
The Five Seasons
- Winter: A time when the air is colder and the days are shorter. Winter embodies the promise of the future. Life may not appear to exist in the winter because life is hiding and preparing itself for a new beginning. People who vibrate in harmony with the rhythm of winter are joyful and full of enthusiasm because their energy rhythm is about innocence. They may not have a lot of energy because their season has little sunlight but they can counter that by having a quick recovery system. People who vibrate with the rhythm of winter have a hard time maturing and little sense of directions. Their baby-like qualities make them more dependent and often need help and special attentions. People with this rhythm can have difficulties falling in love, are afraid of commitment and change, and have a hard time moving forward in life. With maturity, people with a winter rhythm can succeed quickly because they are always bursting with energy and are people friendly.
- Spring: A time of growth, hope and beauty. It is a time when life can start fresh all over again. People who vibrate with the energy of spring are proud, strong, confident, goal oriented, organized and they can see the truth easier. Their strong visions and self-confidence also make them hard headed, short tempered, arrogant, inflexible, stubborn and less open minded. These qualities make it harder for people to have good conversations with them, especially when it comes to religion. With maturity, people with this rhythm can become wise and successful because they are confident and know what they want in life.
- Summer: A time of sunny weathers, great for vacation and relaxation, but is also a time of violent storm and heat. People with summer rhythm are open minded, warm, joyful, vigorous, empathic and can easily understand and relate to others. They also have great communication skills, great visions and are compassionate, making them easy to talk to about personal problems. Their compassion and friendliness can also make them addictive to love, drugs, sex and the obsession of wanting to make everyone happy which can drain them of energy. People with summer rhythm are also gullible and have a hard time seeing the negatives and dangers in life. Their optimism and enthusiasm make them think too big which can end up in many failures in life. They also concentrate more on the present and don’t care much about the future. With maturity, people with summer rhythm can become great leaders because they are open minded, compassionate and can easily relate to others.
- Indian Summer: A time of transition, change, colors and reminiscent. People who vibrate in harmony with the rhythm of Indian summer are helpful, mature, supportive, compassionate, peaceful and adapt well to changes. Their energies vibrate in harmony with nature which is why they are the symbols of fairness, justice and balance. They don’t have a hard time forgiving others which is why they don’t have much stress in life. Their compassion and way of thinking can also make them overprotective, compulsive and indecisive. Their beliefs on change can backfire on them. For example, staying in a bad marriage believing that the person will change. With maturity, they can become great leaders and bring peace to the world.
- Autumn: A time of preparation, farewells, dissolution, sacrifice and also a time of reminiscent. Each day gets shorter and the air turns colder as the dying fertilizes the soil and makes way for the new. People who are in rhythm with the vibration of autumn are great learners and doers. When they want to achieve something in life, they don’t waste time and find ways to make it happen. They are true, pure, kind, confident, honest, full of integrity and are inspirational to others. Their standards are usually higher than most people and they don’t like to waste time because they believe life is short. Their time management and way of thinking can also make them vulnerable to depression, loneliness and sadness. Their busy schedule can drift them apart from friends and family, and drain them of energy. With maturity, people with this rhythm can achieve many success in their life time, and become great business owners and role models for younger generations.