According to the Traditional Chinese Medicine, every human has internal systems and clocks, which govern the bodily functions. The physical and spiritual health are connected. The Traditional Chinese Medicine claims that the body clock can help us understand the way energy moves through our bodies to restore and activate different organ functions.
There is a 24-hour cycle during which the body devotes different energies to different organs. Hence, if you wake up at the same time for a longer period of time, it indicates that your energy is getting blocked. As a result, the natural balance is interrupted and the organs lack the needed energy to operate.
So, the time when you wake up consistently indicates a sign of weakness in the corresponding organ. Due to the fact that energy runs through a different meridian of your body at different times of the day, when it gets disrupted you wake up. Therefore, we present you a list of times and the organs that go with it.
Meaning and Function of Each Organ System
9 pm – 11 pm (Triple Warmer Time)
Most of us usually go to sleep around this time. Hence, if you can’t fall asleep during this period, it shows that you are stressed, anxious, and fearful. This time of the day is associated with the thyroid and the adrenals. So, if you are depressed or confused, it will be probably a struggle falling asleep during this time. Moreover, during this time the blood vessels go into repair mode. If you feel weak, it denotes that the blood vessels are in heavy repair. Try practicing some meditation or reciting some positive mantras to calm your mind and body.
11 pm – 3 am (Gall Bladder and Liver Time)
During these hours, the gall bladder is activated. So, if you consistently wake up during this time, or you have trouble falling asleep, it means that the waste is not being processed by your liver and it acts as an irritant. Moreover, it indicates that you need to balance the fat intake and reduce bitterness. Forget about unresolved anger, relax, and enjoy a good night’s sleep.
3 am – 5 am (Lung Time)
During this time the toxic waste from your lungs becomes loosened, so if you cough it indicates that a blockage or sadness. You should try taking some deep breaths and make some changes in your diet.
5 am – 7 am (Large Intestine Time)
During this time, the large intestine is activated and symbolizes a need to let go and release control. The large intestine has a very important function of removing toxic waste from the digestive system. Therefore, if you wake up during this time, it shows some weakness in this area or emotional blockage. Moreover, it may indicate, defensiveness and guilt. You should consume plenty of water and relax to let go of guilt.
7 am – 9 am (Stomach Time)
This time is associated with the stomach, and when waking up during this time it indicates that the stomach is too cold and you are feeling hungry. Moreover, it shows despair and disgust. Make sure you consume ginger tea and eat healthy food.
9 am – 11 am (Pancreas/Spleen Time)
The spleen is considered as the most important digestive organ. If you wake up during this time, it means that your spleen is deficient, or you are worried or having self-esteem issues. Moreover, it indicates jealousy and overthinking.