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How do you See Yourself? Fit or Fat?

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It’s interesting to me how people see themselves.
Some see themselves as winners while others as
losers; some as gorges and others homely.

Many years ago, I was dating a woman with a great
figure and she always saw herself as fat. She
exercised excessively, ate a very restrictive
diet, and took diet pills daily like they were
vitamins. She had it in her head that she was fat
and was freaked out if she put on even ½ a pound.
In her head, she was fat.

How do you see yourself? Happy, sad, talented, fat
or fit, however you see yourself, that’s how you
are or will become.

Just last week, I was traveling with a friend who
is extremely talented, sexy and a
mover-and-shaker. She has a great personality and
is very quick-witted. She’s well-traveled,
educated and holds an executive position where
everybody loves her. You would think that she
would be as happy as a lark. But, as George
Gershwin, the great composer, wrote years ago, “It
ain’t necessarily so!” That’s not how she sees
herself at all. She was telling me that she sees
herself as masculine, blunt and definitely not
sexy at all. Her choices in relationships seem to
be a rocky one for her. She was sharing her tale
of romance with me. “I seem to have some bad
karma, or maybe, I was born under a dark star. I
either find womanizers who have a ton of rules for
me and none for themselves, or guys that are so
hung up with what they should do or not do that
they aren’t able to function without questioning
themselves and any one that they are involved
with.”

We all have these traits or ego fixations. The
Tibetan Wheel of Life has a very interesting map
that explains the different personalities, or as
they refer to them, “Ego Fixations”. Take the
womanizer guy. He feels he is always right. He
likes to order others around and will start a
fight at the drop of a hat. In the Wheel of Life,
he would be caught up in the Titian realm. He is a
warrior and wants to fight with everyone, jealous,
possessive and controlling. Meanwhile, her other
friend falls in the Human realm. He’s the type of
guy that needs to be proper in everything he does.
He analyzes everything and everyone. He needs to
see tangible proof for everything and will
question whomever he’s with about all they do and
say. This is the Human realm.

There are four other ego fixations bringing to a
total of six. We all have them keeping us stuck on
this wheel. Go around and around from one emotion
to another. Sometimes, we are the gods and, the
next moment, we are living in hell.

But, there is a way to free yourself from the
eternal roundabout. Want to find out how? I am
sure you do, right?

I have worked with masters for the past 30 years
learning the secrets of freeing oneself from being
pulled from one emotion to another like a boat
without an anchor. These techniques are thousands
of years old and yet, only “The Masters” know and
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I wish you the best in your Health, Wealth and
Happiness!

Dr. Wu Dhi
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Dr. Wu Dhi has been a pioneer in alternative health care for over 30 years and a master of Medical Qi Gong. Dr. Wu Dhi completed his advance studies in neurology under the direction of Professor Sun at the prestigious Heilongjiang, University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Harbin P.R. China.
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