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What Qi will do to You

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What Qi will do to You

They all want to know why Qi is so important to

 your health. You can’t see Qi, you can’t touch

it, and how do I know that Qi Gong exercises will

 keep you healthier and younger?”

“Come train with me in the morning for a few

 hours.”

 After that, students and patients report that they

have much more energy.

 After two sessions, Julia called me at seven

clock in the morning. I asked her why she called

 so early. She said that she been up since five

 and had more energy than she did in her entire

 life. She cleaned the house, went jogging for

 forty-five minutes, came home, made breakfast, and

 it’s only seven o’clock in the morning! She

 definitely is a believer in Qi and Qi Gong now.

 Here are some information to chew on about Qigong:

 There are many different kinds of Qi and they all

 function in different ways to keep us healthy. Qi

 is the energy of the body, of the meridians, of

 food, and of the universe. If you are

 Qi-deficient, then, you’re going to be out of

 energy for sure. Gu Qi is energy that is derived

 from food. It is the first stage in the

 transformation of food to energy. Food is first

 digested by the stomach and then sent to the

 spleen to make Gu Qi, still in unusable form. The

 Gu Qi is sent from the spleen and stomach to the

 lungs and the heart. Thats where it combine’s with

 air to form Zong Qi. The Zong Qi has the function

 of nourishing the heart and lungs and forms the

 basis for the involuntary functions of the

 heartbeat, respiration, and the hearts function

 of governing the blood and blood vessels. When

 it’s weak, the extremities, especially the hands,

 will be weak or cold. It influences speech and the

 strength of voice. It also has a strong effect on

 the emotion and there are usually emotional

 problems. On the other hand, the Wei Qi is our

 defense system, our protective armor which

 protects the body from attack, wind, cold, heat,

 and dampness, and it aids in nourishing the skin

 and muscles. These are just a few functions of Qi.

 Qi also has six different actions. In the Flying

 Crane Qi Gong program

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 we use all of them: Rising, Falling, Gathering,

 Lifting, Opening, and Closing. These actions of Qi

 affect every organ in the body as well as the

 emotions. When we practice on a regular basis, the

 Qi is flowing and feeding the body, mind, and

 spirit with rich Qi and oxygen that will keep you

 disease-free. What happens is when the Qi is

 stagnating, energy blocks begin to happen, first

 in the spirit body, then the energy body and,

 finally, your physical body…and boom!

You’re sick.

The Power of Qi Gong
The Power of Qi Gong

That’s why, regular practice is so

important to keep everything flowing and healthy.

Practice will lock in the muscle memory and soon

 you will embody the work. The Flying Crane Qi Gong

 program http://www.on2url.com/lnk?MTkyMDk3MHwxMTU5NDU2MDUzfHM9MQ%3D%3D

will quickly help you open up the flow of Qi in

 all the meridians and you will stay disease-free

 and full of energy!

 Pick up your copy today.

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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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