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Five Tones Healing Music, Shang Tone: CD


Shang is the tone for Autumn. The music starts with the metallic sounds of the Luo (gong) and Pieng-chung (bells). It relates to Metal Qi & has the characteristics of inducting Qi. The Shang tone is capable of regulating the rise & the fall of the pulmonary Qi, protecting the kidneys, & suppressing the function of the liver. Spiritually, it helps us tranquilize our brain. It helps restless people, including those who suffer from excessive brain work, to relax themselves. Therapeutically, it is recommended for deficiency of pulmonary Qi & blood exhaustion, night sweat, cough, asthma, etc., & is also good for controlling grief & irritation.



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Five Tones Healing Music, Shang Tone: CD  Wind Records

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