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What ya Doing for the Winter Solstice?

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The Winter Solstice:
The Winter Solstice:

What Ya Doing for the  Winter Solstice?

We will be moving into winter in a few days. The

Winter Solstice is the shortest day of the year.

In China, the Dōngzhì Festival which

literally means “the extreme of winter” is

celebrated on the Winter Solstice, and is one of

the most important festivals celebrated by the

Chinese. This year, it falls on December 22. The

origins of this festival can be traced back to the

yin and yang philosophy of balance and harmony in

the universe. The original concept of yin and yang

came from the observation of nature and the

environment. “Yin” originally referred to the

shady side of a slope while “yang” referred to the

sunny side. Some examples include heaven and

earth, day and night, water and fire, active and

passive, male and female, and hot and cold. All

things have yin and yang properties.

The Solstice is celebrated by many cultures all

over the world, and there are temples dedicated to

it, the Stonehenge being one of them. After this

celebration, there will be days with longer

daylight hours, therefore, an increase in positive

energy flowing. I will be doing my practices more

intensely from today until the New Year as well as

increasing my Yin Qi gong practices until spring.

Every time the season changes, I do an anti-aging

program to improve my overall health and

happiness. That means that every 3 months, I’ll do

a special something aside from my daily health

regimen to stay in good shape, dis-ease free,

young, and agile. I might begin a new meditation,

or change my diet to only eat fruit or raw foods

for a week. Sometimes, I’ll do a cleansing and

detox my system, or get a colonic. I do see

conventional doctors now and then just to make

sure all is running smoothly, and I get my blood

tested, and see my dentist regularly. It’s

important to keep tabs on your health mentally,

physically, and spiritually. I suggest that you

start journaling to see if your health is getting

better or worse and make the right choices to stay

on a healthy program. I took the ALCAT test to see

what foods I can’t tolerate and changed my diet

accordingly. You can slow down the natural aging

process and stay 10, even 20, years younger than

your biological age by eating the right foods,

doing the right internal practices, and staying

balanced.

A few weeks ago, I saw a Tibetan Lama who

practices an ancient form of medicine called Sowa

–Rigpa medicine. His diagnosis incorporates pulse

analysis and urinalysis. He taught me meditations

to clear up any lingering karma that I wasn’t

attending to or has overlooked, plus a lot more.

Your spiritual practices are as important as your

physical and mental health, and I am not talking

about your religion or going to a church.

Spiritual work has to do with your relationship to

a higher being or higher source and has no dogma

attached to it.

The strongest days to get a treatment of

acupuncture or medical Qi gong are the 3 days

before, the day of, and the 3 days after the

Solstice. I am almost all booked up, so if you

want to use the season to the maximum, call in and

set up your treatment today at 305-407-0120. I am

having my Thermography redone this week with a

brand new technology that Dr. Carola Cuenca has

brought to Miami. If you want to get in for a

treatment and evaluation, she will be available

from December 20th until December 24th. Call now

to get an appointment at 305-407-0120 before the

time is gone.

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

Happiness.

Dr. Wu Dhi

P.S. Call today and get your health in order

before the New Year. Call 305-407-0120.

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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