Kidney stones becoming more common in kids?

The number of children treated for kidney stones at some U.S. hospitals has been on the rise over the past decade, reported a Reuters Health article.

In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), kidney stones are deposits of mineral or organic substances formed in the kidney or the kidney tubes. It is a deficiency in the Kidney, caused by build-up resulting from poor flow and dietary excess. In simple terms, the kidney stone is due to a weak Kidney.

In the Five Elements theory, a weak Metal element would not be able to support the Water element, causing it (the Water) to be weak. When Fire is strong, it would control the weak Metal element and counter-control (repel) the weak Water element too.

Don’t worry too much if you’re unsure about the Five Elements. I have included a detailed chapter on the Five Elements in my book Elements of Numbers: Fast and Easy Character Profiling”. There are illustrations explaining the “cause and effects”.

In my previous two-part articles “Smoke, Alcohol, and Drugs”, I have highlighted the negative effect of strong Fire elements present in a chart. Apart from heart and lungs related issues resulting from strong Fire elements, getting kidney stones is possible.

Having said that, it does not imply people with other strong elements (Wood, Earth, Metal, and Water) in their birth chart would

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the possibility is there too.

So, did you drink enough water today?

Let us look at a popular celebrity, William Shatner who passed a kidney stone in 2005. As you can see, the presence of the double 3-3 in his Personal Year 2005 chart (PY2005) combined with his Birth root number 3, resulted in a strong Fire element.

Did you notice the presence of the strong Water element (number 7) in his PY2005 chart. Could the 7-7-5 imply problem with the Kidney (Water)? Could the 3-3-6 imply sharp pain (strong Fire) and kidney stone (mineral – Metal element)?

I know what I’d mentioned could have sparked off some inspirational clues for some of you on the health matters. If it does, then I’m happy for you too. I also noticed the more I share my knowledge with others, the stronger are my intuitive insights.

Many kids these days like to take ice creams, drink icy cold water or take carbonated soft drinks whenever they are thirsty. Taking icy cold liquid has a detrimental effect on the kidney. That could be a common reason for kids to get kidney stones these days!

Yes, there are telltale signs in the Personal Year chart that can tell the health story of a person.

Regards, Ron


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