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Do Mystical Creatures Really Exist?

Friday, October 21st, 2016
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Some swear they do, but most people think they’re
living in a fantasy world or are just plain crazy
and, yet, we keep these fantasies alive. Santa
Claus, the Easter Bunny, the Boogieman, fairy
godmothers, and the list goes on and on. From my
studies and personal experience, these beings
really exist upon our world, if not physically,
definitely energetic. When practicing Medical Qi
Gong, you encounter some energetic spirits that
can cause havoc in your physical and mental
health. Still doubt it? Ask any little kid if
Santa Claus really exists, or someone who has
voices in their head. Are you going to tell them
the spirit of Christmas isn’t real and the voices
are just a figment of their imagination? Please
know that there are in fact many “species” that
also live in the human realm which our scientists
have still not acknowledged nor discovered. There
are many beings that coexist in different
dimensions. They say that, as one continues to
elevate in consciousness, we become more aware of
this co-existence. I have heard it said by
mystics, shamans and psychics that we will only
see these beings when the human collective is
ready to recognize the divinity within every
being. Then and only then will these populations
be revealed to us.

I personally thought this was just a bunch of bunk
until I opened up and started thinking outside of
the so-called box. Years ago, when I was in my
early thirties, I moved back to Detroit after
living in the mountains of Telluride, Colorado for
seven years. It was around the holidays, and Mystical Creatures-1I met a naturopathic doctor, and we shared
some techniques to open up our healing abilities
and on how to protect ourselves from negative
energy. We hit it off and he invited me to come to
visit his clinic. The following week, I booked a
specific massage that he claimed would open up my
psychic abilities. It sounded very intriguing
which, in fact, was. After the treatment, I was
very relaxed from the healing/massage even though
he hardly touched my physical body. It was more
energetic in nature. I was doing Polarity Therapy
at that time, a form of energy work that Dr.
Rudolph Stone brought back from India. It wasn’t
too strange to me but found it different. I didn’t
really notice that much, as far as my psychic
abilities opening up, but I did feel calm and
relaxed. Afterwards, an interesting thing happened
to me. I started seeing something dart behind my
furniture. Initially, I thought I was seeing a
mouse or rat in my house. As a matter of fact, I
didn’t know what it was. I only saw something dart
by. But when I looked, there wasn’t anything
there. This went on for weeks and weeks. I never
saw any rodent, lizard, snake, or cat, but just
something moving around the house in the shadows
very quickly. After a few days, I started to see
an image. I called his clinic and told him what
was going on. With a big chuckle, he told me that
my sight has probably opened to another dimension.
You might be asking yourself right now, “Dr. Wu
Dhi, were you smoking something?” I wasn’t!

What makes something a myth? To this, many would
respond that a myth is simply something that
cannot be proven, has not been accepted as real,
and exists only in fairytales and stories.
Although there has been human contact with some of
these beings, they certainly have not been
accepted on a wide scale amongst the human
collective at this time. Are these beings real?
They are just as real as you are. In some cases,
it actually is you who are the “mythical
creatures” to their collective. How can you open
up to this bigger world around you with many
dimensions? The key is meditation. I can’t
guarantee that you will see Santa this Christmas,
but I will tell you that your awareness,
perception, and psychic ability will definitely
blossom.

Get a copy of the Internal Mantra Program today
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and start to waken your awareness to have more.

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

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Have You ever Been Bitten by an Egyptian Ibis?

Friday, October 14th, 2016
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I Ibis was at a popular vegetarian restaurant the other
night with a friend. We were in Ft. Lauderdale and
got a little hungry and pulled into the
restaurant. It was closed but, in the parking lot,
there were hundreds of birds with crescent-moon
beaks. As soon as we got out of the car, they
surrounded us, it was like we were in Hitchcock
movie. It’s far from common to have flock birds
surround you and follow you around. I took it as a
good omen. We hung around until the place opened
and had a great meal. When I got home, I did some
research on the skinny-legged crescent moon-beaked
birds. When things happen like this, I always look
to see if there is a deeper meaning. It turns out
that these birds were the Sacred Ibis (Threskionis
aethiopicus) who once lived in Egypt and is
depicted in many ancient Egyptian wall murals and
sculptures. It is also found as mummified
specimens at many burial sites and played a
significant religious role. The ibis represented
the God Thoth, god of wisdom, knowledge and
writing. The ibis is also a wading bird. It,
therefore, has its head above the water, its legs
in the water, and its feet firmly planted in the
earth, a representation of yin and yang male and
female. Thoth is the deity who is recognized for
bestowing all arts and sciences unto mankind. This
includes, art, music, writing, speech,
communication, words, symbols, numbers,
mathematics, geometry, counting, measuring, land
surveying, astronomy, astrology, science, logic,
medicine, magic and the mystical arts. He is
recognized and honored as a great magician. I am
not referring to a magic show or tricks of magic,
but real magic and a real magician. “A Magician
is someone who is the master of magic; a master of
mysteries, both terrestrial and celestial, someone
who understands and is able to make use of the
secret powers and energies that are constantly
flowing within and between the cosmic and earthly
realms. This includes the mastery of herbs,
potions, healing practices and purification
practices along with a thorough knowledge of all
the arts and sciences.” Thoth was usually depicted
with the head of an ibis, deriving from his name,
and the curve of the ibis’ beak, which resembles
the crescent moon. Thoth the Scribe wrote the
story of our reality then placed it into grids for
us to experience and learn through the alchemy of
time and consciousness.

When we practice the art of medicine, music,
sculpture dance, visual or martial arts, we are
tapping into creative magic. How can you open up
more to the magic of your own creativity? First,
you want to tune in to your own inner spirit and
settle your mind. If you want to attract
something, you have to start living it. When I
first learned to meditate, I practiced morning,
noon and night until I owned the practice. That’s
called “embodying the work.” My Teacher instructed
me to repeat a special prayer or mantra. You can
open up to the magic of your own inner spirit with
these six special words. Click on the link to
learn more.
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I wish you the best in your Health, Wealth, and
Happiness.
Dr. Wu Dhi

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What Is Spiritual Work and what Will It Do To Me?

Friday, June 24th, 2016
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What Is Spiritual Work and what Will It Do To Me?

I have been interested in spiritual work since I

Spirit with in was sixteen years old. Not because of my parents

or any religious teaching. In fact, I never liked

anything about religion. Their rules, dogma, or

any other group or organization seemed controlling

to me. I guess you would say I was a rebel in many

ways in my life. I didn’t eat what the other kids

ate, and didn’t go to church, temple, or study

groups. I wasn’t really happy with the way they

ran the school system, and it seemed that most

teachers, priests, rabbi, and religious leaders

just didn’t have the right answers to my young,

inquisitive mind.

My Dad was a thirty-three-degree mason.Free

masonry is a fraternity. It is not a religion or

belief system of any kind. It is, however, a

fraternity that encourages personal and individual

character development and application of moral and

virtuous lessons and behavior into one’s daily

life. A key way in which that is expressed is

through community service and charity. It is not

related to satanism or the occult, although there

are many esoteric rituals that my Dad kept his

ritual work very secret and sacred. I never joined

the masons myself, but I believe it was part of

the foundation of my upbringing.

At sixteen, I met a girl that I really liked. I

borrowed my Dad’s car and went over to her

parents’ house and asked her mother if I could

take her daughter out on a date. I can still hear

her words ringing in my ear. There is no way that

I am going to let my fourteen-year-old daughter

get in a car with you. Although I was

disappointed, I wasn’t about to give up. My new

love told me that her mother made the entire

family take a yoga class every Wednesday night,

and she asked me if I wanted to come to the class.

I had no idea what yoga was, but I was going for

sure just to see my new girl. After a few weeks of

going to class that I really enjoyed, her mother

agreed to let me go out with her daughter. Wow!

That was the start of a long-lasting love and the

beginning of my spiritual practices.

There are three parts to any spiritual practice:

the Teaching, the Teacher, and the Practice. Each

step along the way is as important as the other.

If you want to stay healthy, happy, and even

wealthy, begin your first step on the path and you

will be led to the adventure of your lifetime. Get

a copy of the Internal Mantra Program and you will

start a growth pattern that will transform your life. 

http://rechargingqigong.com/the-internal-mantra-program.html

I wish you the Best in your Health, Wealth, and

Happiness.

Dr. Wu Dhi

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The Spiritual Aspect of Your Health

Friday, June 10th, 2016
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The Spiritual Aspect of Your Health

The spiritual Aspect of Health

The spiritual Aspect of Health

When sickness comes your way, you usually run to your doctor who runs a series of tests to determine what’s going on with your blood and stool, and checks your vital signs – blood pressure, temperature, pulse, and respiratory rate. The doctor can make a diagnosis from your score, and either run more tests or come up with treatment plans to hopefully help you recover your health. If the usual treatments don’t work, you get more and more tests and a bunch of different pills, injections, and maybe, even surgery. If the doc doesn’t find anything, he may run more tests, and the beat goes on. This is what most people do and get in Traditional Medicine, but it’s not a cure; at best, they can manage your disease. Health is much more than just your physical body. It’s your body, mind and spirit. If you are working on all three of your bodies, you have a much better chance of staying healthy and happy on all levels. I make sure that I get in some form
of physical and internal exercise every day.
I also spend time stimulating my brain.
The brain, like any other muscle or organ, needs
to be worked on to keep it healthy and functioning
to its optimum capacity. The right nutrition and the right exercises to stimulate your brain are very important. Engaging in social activities, being more physically active, and challenging ourselves mentally are also proven to work. Attitude and lifestyle are important, too.Yet there is more to your health, that is your spiritual life, and I am not talking about your religion. I am talking about spiritual growth. For the last four days, I have been with a spiritual master, a Tibetan lama from the Bon tradition, the oldest form of Buddhism. He teaches spiritual knowledge that has nothing to do with religion or their dogmas. It has to do with your growth spiritually. Spiritual work is WORK as it moves you past your limitations and opens you up. It’s not particularly comfortable and, at times, I was wondering why I am putting myself through this kind of work. It’s for my spiritual growth! Swami Rudi talks about spiritual work in his book,”Spiritual Catabolism.” If you can get a copy, read it. The concept of spiritual work is always expressed in terms of simplicity and sweetness earth as it is in heaven. This refers to the nourishment, which exists on the highest spiritual level heaven. It is unfortunate for people who were born on earth that they are raised in the illusion of this existence. Life is hard and cruel, and it takes enormous physical strength to understand and deal with it consciously and successfully. Success in the world is almost frowned upon by people who practice spiritual work. They look with disfavor at those who succeed, intimating that they would not dirty their hands with material possessions. The public impression of spirituality has degenerated to the point that when one sees a priest whether Eastern or Western the reaction often is How much does he want? Rather than How much can he give me? And the how much, Refers to money, not to brotherhood, love, or consciousness. Our spiritual growth plays a big part in our health, wealth and happiness. Digging deeply within oneself to try to find some depth untouched by your conscious mind and bring it to the surface to be tested in life. This is the root of a spiritual life.” When the teaching began, I found myself quite agitated. My legs were sore. I was having a hard time settling down and calming my mind. I knew at that moment that there was more for me to explore, so I chose to continue with his teachings all day Saturday and Sunday, and was able to break through my mental and physical agitation and received more than I ever expected. I encourage you to take the time and energy to choose to grow beyond your own limitations and open up always, asking deep inside for more. I wish you the best in your Health, Wealth, and Happiness. Dr. Wu Dhi

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The Power Of Kundalini

Monday, May 2nd, 2016
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The Power Of Kundalini

The Power Of Kundalini

The Power Of Kundalini

The Full Moon meditation was a success for

everyone. The energies were awesome.

Students learned how to cultivate and transform

energy using breathing, visualization, and

movement control. I plan to have another

meditation a few days before the next Full Moon on

Thursday, May 19th, 2016 at 7:00 PM EST. If you

will be in Miami, you will find it worth investing

in your time and energy.

The meditation is direct and powerful. It is

an open-eyed form of Kundalini yoga that teaches

one to absorb spiritual energy or Shakti directly

into one chakra or psychic muscular system. In

so doing, one learns to burn the tension and

difficulties of both life and one’s inner

condition, and transform all of it into a

spiritual life. The meditation helps you to

develop your spiritual digestive system. You will

learn how to use energy, both positive and

negative, for your spiritual growth. The goal of

this work is to become a spiritually enlightened

person, a person living a profoundly sane and

happy life, expressing the amazing depths of one’s

full humanity. This type of meditation can be

applied to any other form of spiritual practice to

enhance your own practices.

If you would like to attend or find out more

information, call 305-407-0120 and reserve your

space.

I wish you the best in your Health, Wealth, and

Happiness.

Dr. Wu Dhi

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How this Full Moon will Affect You

Friday, April 22nd, 2016
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Full Moon MagicToday is the Full Moon in the sign of Scorpio.
Astrologers say this Full Moon has to do with our
hidden desires and teaches us how to discard our
old ways and surrender to the deep wisdom we
possess. The Full Moon in Scorpio brings things
to a head. Those things we don't want to look at
or have been avoiding seem to be popping up at
this time." Beware, this Full Moon can really
affect your relationships. It's the wake up, shake
up, breakdown, breakthrough energy that is
affecting our relationships and our money
situations. It's time to review your values and
commitments.Stay calm and cool. This is not a
time to act impulsively or restlessly, or to react
out of anger. It can affect your liver and cause
additional stress on your heart.

Are you open or closed? Most of us say we are
open, but are you really? It's time that you break
out of your shell and open up to something new
that will make a difference in your life forever.
Mantra is more than a prayer; it's a vibration
that will change things in you forever. These six
words will change your life -- The Internal Mantra
Program http://rechargingqigong.com/the-internal-mantra-program.html.

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


Dr. Wu Dhi

P.S. Teachings like this don't just fall into your
hands. You have to take action. As soon as you do,
you will notice the difference.If there are
things that you want to change, if there are
patterns that need to be broken, this Full Moon
will illuminate and release some of these old
blocks and wounds. Click here and find out
more:http://rechargingqigong.com/the-internal-mantra-program.html.

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Be Flexible or you’ll Break

Saturday, April 16th, 2016
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Judy is a special kind of yoga student that most
teachers dread. She has been training for years.
Sometimes, she'll get in two or three yoga classes
a day. The hotter the room, the better. She trains
hard and long. She is really flexible in body but,
as far as her mind, she is stubborn, fixed, and
quite rigid. The other day, I suggested that she
takes a YMCA yoga class or a class of Hatha yoga
to get an alternative picture as to what being
flexible is all about. She said, "I have no
interest in that at all." I also suggested that
she does a Qi Gong class, or maybe Tai Chi, but
again, "NO!" And she added, "I only want to do
what I want to do." It's great to be
strong-willed, but being rigid will cause a
problem sooner or later.

A Japanese proverb states,The bamboo that bends
is stronger than the oak that resists. Be like
the bamboo:
(1) Bend, but don't break. Be flexible, yet stay
firmly rooted.
(2) Remember: What looks weak is strong.
(3) Be always ready.
(4) Unleash your power to spring back.
(5) Find wisdom in emptiness.
(6) Commit to (continuous) growth.
(7) Express usefulness through simplicity.

When you practice an art, no matter if it's oil
painting, pottery, playing an instrument,
practicing martial arts, or doing Qi Gong, you
have to be flexible in body, mind, and spirit. In
the martial arts, we learn to be flexible against
force. This concept is preached from the time you
start to learn from a young white belt all the way
up to black belt.

Six months ago, I planted five different bamboos
at my new
be-flexible

Be Flexible

It's the same in your practice. No matter if you
are a yoga student or a master of internal
exercises, the key is moderation, flexibility, and
consistency in practice.

I will start a new meditation class at my office
on the 21st of April based on the Tibetan and
Taoist systems. If you would like to join, call my
office and make a reservation at 305-407-0120. If
you can't make it, join us through the Qi Gong
Inner Circle and I'll send you a DVD or a CD of
the class. http://www.qigonginnercircle.com

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

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This Will Change Your Karma Part II

Saturday, April 16th, 2016
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My first meeting with the meditation group was
awesome. Although I was a bit nervous as I only
spoke a few words in Spanish, the translator that
I worked with had a great command of both Spanish
and English and put me at ease.

I came to Venezuela to bring the South American
group up to speed with the North American
meditation group. This was my first residential
assignment where I actually lived in the city
center and taught meditation for five mornings and
two nights a week. Every month, I also taught a
workshop on health, internal exercises, and
advanced Qi gong practices, and much more. The
teachings were based on Tibetan Buddhism, the
Taoist systems and the teachings of Swami
Rudrananda (Rudy). Rudy taught an eclectic blend
of techniques he called "kundalini yoga" (no
formal relation to the Indian tradition by that
name). If you aren't familiar with Rudy's
teachings, pick up a copy of his book, Spiritual
Cannibalism. The other meditation techniques and
teachings were based on His Holiness
Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche. He was
a Vajrayan master, scholar, poet, teacher, and
head of the Nyingma school of Tibetan Buddhism. I
was fortunate enough to get his personal blessing
on two different occasions. The Dalai
Lama regarded him as his principal teacher in the
Nyingma tradition and of Dzogchen. The teachings
included the six perfections:
 1.Generosity
 2.Ethics
3.Forbearance/ Patience
4.joyfulendeavour diligence
5.Meditation 
6. Discriminating wisdom 
There is a saying in the Orient that a person 
needs all six before he goes from this shore 
Meditation of Samsara, the endless cycle of suffering 
caused by birth, death, and re-birth, 
to the further shore or Nirvana. 
If you haven't heard of Nirvana, 
it is the place free from suffering and
a place of individual incredible existence.
 
The ritual includes repentance of past karma
and prayers for enlightenment in the next life.
Every Full Moon, 
I teach a meditation class at my office,
Whole Life Health & Wellness Center
18205 Biscayne Blvd. Suite 2214
Aventura, FL 33160. On the Full Moon
If you want to join, please call 305-407-0120
to register. 

Space is limited! This coming Full Moon,
 meditation will be held on April 21st,
 Thursday night at 7:00 PM.
 See you then! 

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

 Dr. Wu Dhi
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Are you on the Path or Lost in the Woods

Monday, November 16th, 2015
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The most esoteric of all the Buddhist teachings
come from the Bon tradition, which is also the
oldest. Last night, I had the honor to listen to
Lama Khemsar Rinpoche speaking on karmic
defilements. You may be wondering what is karma
defilement, anyway? I didn’t know exactly what
defilement was either until I heard the Lama
explain.

Years ago, the “Lama on the Mountain” spoke about
them as klesha. Kleshas in Buddhism are mental
states that cloud the mind and manifest in
unwholesome actions. Kleshas include states of
mind, such as anxiety, fear, anger, jealousy,
desire, depression, etc. The three kleshas of
ignorance, attachment, and aversion are identified
as the root or source of all other kleshas, and
are referred to as “The Three Poisons”. They cause
one to wander repeatedly and hinder one from
attaining enlightenment. IMG_2364. He spoke of confession, but not
the type of confession that you receive from your
priest. A heartfelt confession that you do to and
with yourself, and never engage in the activity
again. This sent a hot, flaming dagger directly
into my heart. How many times have we said, “I’d
never do this or that again”, and repeated the
pattern over and over again? These habits or
patterns get engraved into our system, and
breaking free is a task worth more than we will
ever know. I have spent half of my life trying to
free myself of these poisons and, yet, they keep
creeping up like unwanted weeds in the garden. But
let me tell you this. I will never stop practicing
and training to weed out the bad, and work for my
growth. That’s why, I teach, practice, and will
always encourage you to work towards your
awareness, growth, health, and enlightenment.

If you are seriously on the path, consider joining
me and the people who have joined my private
coaching program.
http://rechargingqigong.com/private-coaching.html

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

 

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Get Ready for a Transformation Practice

Saturday, September 19th, 2015
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Get Ready for  a Transformation Practice

 

Are you ready for a transformation

It was in August or September 27 years ago when I
was sent to Caracas, Venezuela by my Master to
teach at the Ashram called Grace Essence
Fellowship (Gracia Esencia). At that time, I was
one of the senior instructors, and this assignment
was a real honor and a privilege that changed my
life forever.

There were around 50 people in the
meditation group. The teachings were based on a
few different traditions of the Tibetan Buddhist,
Taoist, and some Hinduism teachings from Shaivism.
Swami Rudrananda (Rudi) was a great influence, and
a majority of the practices came from his
teachings. Rudy taught an eclectic blend of
techniques he called “kundaliniyoga” (no formal
relation to the Indian tradition by that name). If
you aren’t familiar with Rudy’s teachings, pick up
a copy of his book, “Spiritual Cannibalism”. The
other school was based on the teachings of His
Holiness, Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche. He was a
Vajrayana master, scholar, poet, teacher, and head
of the Nyingma school. I was fortunate enough to
get his personal blessing in person on two
different occasions. The Dalai Lama regarded
Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche as his principal teacher
in the Nyingma tradition and of Dzogchen.

Our community observed a six-day celebration
that started three days before?the Fall
Equinox and lasted for three days after. This
year, the Autumn Equinox starts on September 23rd.
Start your practice on the 20th and end it on the
26th. The six-day ritual is used to acknowledge
the six perfections: Generosity, Observance of the
Precepts, Perseverance, Effort, Meditation, and
Wisdom. There is a saying in the Orient: “A
person?needs all six before he goes from
this shore of

Samsara (the endless cycle of
suffering caused by birth, death, and
re-birth) to the further shore or Nirvana.” If you
haven’t heard of Nirvana, it is the place free
from suffering and of individual incredible
existence. The ritual includes repentance of past
sins and prayers for enlightenment in the next
life. It’s a time for the performance of positive
deeds, which are greater than those practiced at
any other time of the year, as well as for
making offerings to ancestors. These good
deeds become a great blessing enabling one
to reach the other shore.”The Autumnal
Equinoxes are the ideal times for reflecting on
the meaning of life. Ancestral practices aren’t
part of Western culture, but, when trying to shift
directions in my life and when things seem
impossible to accomplish, I focus my meditation on
my ancestors and call on them for help and
guidance to stay on the right path.

Autumn is here. The day and night are equal
in length right now, but soon, we will have
more darkness than light as winter arrives. In the
Chinese Five-Element system, it’s the
metal?element that’s most active, ruling the
lungs and?large intestine. You may notice
more colds, coughs, and skin disorders for a
few months. Emotionally speaking, this phase is
about letting go of grief, sadness, old
attachments, and emotional baggage. On the
positive side, the metal element brings
in?valor, courage, and a time to move
forward in life. That’s exactly what I am focusing
on, moving forward and getting things done.
I have increased my workout time, and I
am practicing both morning and evening for
the 6-day practice. The best times to train
are at sunrise and sunset.

If you don’t own a copy of the Recharging Qi Gong
program, get it today. http://goo.gl/1HP2ec

The program will propel your meditation and
increase your physical strength. Train twice a day
for the next three months, and you will be blown
away by the results.

Order your program today! http://goo.gl/1HP2ec

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

P.S. Remember! The Autumn Equinox starts on
September 23rd. Start your practice on the 20th
and end it on the 26th.

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The transformation into fall

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