Balance, Qi Gong Inner Circle

If you don’t want to get bitten by a Squirrel, Don’t mess with His Nuts


My Number one son lives in Michigan on Cooley
Lake, surrounded
by 75 foot oak trees. The Michigan woods are full
of .
I’ve seen deer, raccoons, opossums and some very
fat squirrels
with thick furry coats – ready for the cold
Michigan winter.
About a month ago my son started feeding those
furry little
squirrel and now every time they open the door to
step outside,
the squirrels are at their feet. The kid’s scream
and his wife is freaked,
she’s afraid that the kids will get scratched,
bitten or even worse.
Now that they stopped feeding the squirrels they
thought they would
leave, but the squirrels won’t stop coming around.
There doors are scratched,
the rubber seals on the bottom of the doors are
ripped up and the molding
is being ripped off by sharp little claws and
teeth. The Squirrels want those nuts.
The squirrels just keep coming back like nasty
little habits. There family really
wants to get rid of them but it’s not so easy. It
was an innocent gesture when
they began to feed the cute little furry critters
and now it’s a major disaster.
Whenever we start to train anything it will follow
our instructions to the Tee.
No matter if it’s little animals begging for food
or an innocent habit that we start and before we
know it it’s a full-blown fire-breathing dragon.

We want to train our habits to serve us, not be a
slave to any habits.
As humans we like to establish a pattern and we
will repeat that pattern
over and over. No matter if it serves us
positively or negatively.
The members of the Qi Gong Inner circle are
coached on the way to train
in positive habits. Habits for better health;
habits on how to be successful;
habits for longevity and habits to st ay contented
in all aspects of ones life.
Become a member today at

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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