The energy of Spring is indiscriminately and irrepressibly expansive.
As a rule, it is also fairly fast moving: outward, upward, sideward, wherever-ward. Think about a sprouting mung bean. In 48 hours of warm spring weather it will go from a rock hard little bean to a soft, out-curling yummy edible: full of vitamins and life-loaded enzymes. This is the Spring super food par excellence and Spring is the season for expanding your world.
You could start by breathing, really breathing.
Find somewhere to be relaxed and still. Maybe even lie down, with your knees bent up & gently falling inwards. Close your eyes and draw in the spring. Allow your belly, back, pelvic girdle and then chest to expand with the new air. Take your time as you exhale (more time than you took to inhale) and soften into your new expanded self. Keep it up, gently but consistently, until you can feel your whole body system expanding and softening with the “wind” of your breathing.
Then, open your eyes and look around … open yourself to the possibilities that are bound to be there.
Liver and Gall Bladder meridians are the Yin and the Yang of Spring. They govern our capacity for vision and planning. This is the best time of year to establish a new vision and purpose for yourself and to create an achievable plan to get you there: a plan that satisfies both your external and your internal vision. Vision and purpose require clarity – getting rid of clutter – spring cleaning (in all its forms).
They also govern our capacity to be flexible: to bend and twist. Flexibility, patience and good organization are key to understanding and benefitting from the green, windy season when things (like the weather for example) can change in a blink. You need to be flexible – in body, mind and spirit – so that you can bend with the wind of unforeseen circumstances without giving in to anger or frustration. These are the emotions associated with imbalance in the Spring meridians.
Finding your way.
You may need to take a step back for a different perspective. Review your objective and – perhaps – adapt your plan. You never know what obstacles &/or opportunities will be found along the path. However, you can be sure that there is always another way through – for those who can bend and twist – and quite possibly a different, equally positive, outcome to be reached.