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Why I Live Life to its Fullest Everyday


Why I Live Life to its Fullest Everyday

I increase the intensity of my life…and I’ll tell
you why. We are on this planet to learn and grow.
Even our diseases and sicknesses force us to grow.

Here is an excerpt from “The Miracles Course” by
Lynn Woodland:

“Illness results when we’ve grown out of alignment
with our highest good and highest purpose. Whether
it’s on the small scale of several days in bed
with the flu, or the large scale of years of
struggle with a debilitating illness, getting sick
has a wonderful way of stopping us in our tracks,
forcing us into new priorities, and redirecting
our lives. From the big-picture paradigm of our
Higher Self, illness helps satisfy unmet needs and
gets us back on track in ways our conscious
choices don’t. Sometimes this is as simple as a
few days of enforced rest when we’re feeling
overwhelmed and need a little assimilation time. A
more serious illness may push us to change a
lifetime’s worth of old habits.

Consequently, even though we may address any
number of symptoms, the root of an illness won’t
go away until we willingly choose the new
priorities ill health forces upon us, and when we
ignore our minor symptoms, we tend to invite
“louder” ones. True healing requires coming into
alignment with our highest good, and if we address
symptoms without supporting this realignment, we
probably won’t sustain a state of health and
well-being for long. We’ll need to manifest some
new event to help us continue the deeper process
of change we’re ready for spiritually.

There are many proponents of mind-body healing who
hold that we’re responsible for the health or
illness of our physical body only to a point and
then, heredity, circumstance, and environmental
factors kick in. However, when we take a longer,
spiritual view, and let go of the notion that
illness is bad, or that we must have done
something wrong to bring it upon us, all illness
can be seen as purposeful, both to the personality
and to the soul. The ego, that is, the part of us
that believes we’re defined by the limits of our
physical body and, thus, highly vulnerable, can’t
help but find illness threatening and regard it as
the enemy. The ego, which tries to “control” its
way to safety, turns the idea of
self-responsibility into an exercise in fearful
personal control, with illness being a sign of
failure. However, as we address more deeply in
another lesson, “responsibility” is not the same
as “control.” We can only control what’s within
the range of our conscious awareness. Illness is
often a way we bring hidden, nonintegrated aspects
of self to the surface, and open to new options.
This is, perhaps, one of its most important
functions. So, rather than seeing illness as our
failure to be responsible for our health, it’s
more useful to view it as a sign that we’re ready
to grow. The part of us that chooses illness is
the “Self” with a capital “S”, the Spiritual Self
that sees our highest good in a way the limited
perceptions of our ego can’t.

From the perspective of spiritual reality, illness
is a step toward wholeness. No one consciously
chooses pain or illness, yet the experience of
dealing with these challenges can lead us on a
journey that ultimately delivers great rewards.
I’ve heard many people with cancer and other
life-threatening diseases describe their illness
as one of the greatest blessings of their lives
because it forced them to completely reshuffle
priorities and pursue new paths that brought
profound fulfillment. The illness gave them
permission to make choices they wouldn’t have
considered otherwise.”

I have friends, patients, and students that have
changed their diet and relationships, lost
hundreds of pounds, and have done a complete
turn around in every aspect of their life because
of an illness. There are others that were so stuck
in their patterns and refused to change their
habits and life style. Sadly enough that they are
no longer are in their bodies. If your energy (Qi)
is flowing in all the meridians properly, we
usually live a normal, disease-free life for the
most part. If you ask someone what he or she would
do if they were told they had a life
life-threatening condition, people immediately
come up with a whole list of major life changes
they would make. For the past thirty-some years, I
have been practicing Qi Gong for health and
well-being. For the most part, I keep my energy
flowing, and I am disease-free. I have slowed down
the aging process in my body and mind, and you can
do the same.

Start out with an easy-to-learn Qi Gong that moves
energy, like the Flying Crane Qi Gong program As you progress, move into
the Recharging Qi Gong program and you will see and feel the
difference in all aspects of your body, mind and

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

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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