Anti-aging, Balance, longevity

Longevity Practices To Keep You Young

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Since I was very young, I was fascinated with the
books that had immortals and superheroes. Every
Saturday, I went to see the latest Sci-Fi movies
and dreamed of being an immortal. I still really
enjoy movies like Mortal Kombat, Highlander,
Cocoon, and Dracula and, of course, all the movies
of the Chinese immortals. My interest in
immortality and slowing down the aging process
encouraged my life and how I live it from diet,
exercise and even my decision to becoming a
doctor. To this day, I research and study the
latest on anti-aging and the practices of
immortality. I made a decision to build my
life’s work around staying young. I have been blessed to
be able to explore all the different cultures’ anti-aging and longevity practices. Even if I
never will achieve immortality, I have slowed down
the aging process by at least twenty years in my
own body, mind and spirit.

The Chinese Taoists have an interesting approach
to aging than we do in the West. Mortality (and
the lure of immortality) has tormented our
consciousness since the first human witnessed
death and realized our own eventual demise. The
inevitability of death and speculation upon the
nature of after-life has always been an object of
obsession for mystics and philosophers. Mortality
is one of the major qualities that separates us
from the gods. While we are born subjected to the
will of nature and death, the gods of the ancients
and the gods of today are usually characterized as
immortal, immune to the darkness that awaits us
all, sooner or later. There are thousands of
stories of people living into their hundreds and,
even the Bible tells us that Moses lived for one
hundred twenty years. In mythologies around the
world, humans who achieve immortality are often
regarded as gods, or as possessing god-like
qualities. In some traditions, the gods themselves
bestowed immortality. Other times, a normal human
would unlock alchemical secrets hidden in natural
materials that stopped death in its tracks.
According to the ancients, the secrets of
immortality could be found within the earth, on
the moon, or even in your own backyard.

Thirty-some years ago, I was introduced to the
world of internal exercises from both the Taoist
and the Tibetan Buddhist schools. I have found
that, if you practice and live a healthy
lifestyle, you can keep yourself younger and
happier, and avoid sickness and aging before your
time. Start out by getting the Recharging Qi Gong
program

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Without a doubt, you will recover years that you
thought were gone forever.

I wish you the best in your Health, Wealth and
Happiness.
Dr. Wu Dhi

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