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Your Spirit Animal

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Your Spirit Animal

In my backyard, I have a mango tree and, now, it’s
full of mangoes. They won’t be ripe until June or
July but, every morning, there are mangoes on the
ground that the critters are enjoying, as I see
little bites on the fallen fruit. This morning, I
walked into the yard and saw what I thought was a
cat. As I looked closer, it was a red fox.

The fox is often associated with the figure of the
trickster but, as a spirit animal, it can also
turn into a teacher providing guidance on swiftly
finding one’s way around obstacles or developing
quick thinking and adaptability. Responsive,
sometimes cunning, this power animal is a great
guide when you are facing tricky situations. The
symbolic meanings associated with the fox are: •
Physical or mental responsiveness, increased
awareness • Cunning; seeing through deception;
call to be discerning • Ability to find your way
around, to be swift in tricky situations •
Affinity with nocturnal activities and dream work
Seeing a fox is a good sign indeed; it encourages
action and quick, swift moves. Seeing an unusual
animal on your path can be a sign to be more aware
of what’s happening or what’s about to in your
life. I look at the fox as an opportunity to
sharpen my mental skills and how I should deal
with daily matters and projects. Whenever you see
anything in your life that’s out of the ordinary,
you can use it as a sign like getting a psychic
reading from the universe. Everything means
something. You just have to be aware of things and
awake enough to know how to read the signs.

I’ll give you another example. The other day, I
was driving to South Beach for a business meeting.
It’s around thirty miles but, with traffic, the
drive is at least an hour. I got in the car and,
for some reason, there was no traffic. I got all
green lights, never had to slow down or stop once.
The meeting went very well, in fact, better than I
expected. After the meeting, we had lunch, and my
associate picked up the check. I was back at my
clinic within two hours. I booked myself out of
the office from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM, but I was back
before noon. This was an extremely good sign and
the rest of the day was great. It wasn’t luck or
just a coincidence. I make my own luck. I get up
every morning to do a meditation. Sometimes, it’s
for an hour while, in other times, it’s only ten
or fifteen minutes. Then, I am off to practice my
Qigong. I like to start with the Recharging Qi
Gong program

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that takes me twenty minutes to half an hour.
Then, I move into the Flying Crane Qi Gong

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for another twenty minutes. If I have the time,
I’ll do the automatic move for another half an
hour. The combined program really sets my day and
I create my own luck.

If you get on the program, you will create your
own luck and improve your health by leaps and
bounds. You can be as smart as a fox and stay
young. I wish you the best in your Health,
Wealth and Happiness.

Dr. Wu Dhi

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