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How Art Will Keep You Younger


Last Tuesday night, November 28th, was the opening
of Art Miami, a week of an increasable feast for
the eyes. I was in midtown Miami at the center of
the Wynwood Arts District whenever I can get out
of the office. The Wynwood Arts District is the
largest and most prominent creative community in
the United States. Over the last five to ten
years, developers have rehabilitated neglected
warehouses, shuttered factories, and other unused
buildings, transforming them into the numerous art
complexes, galleries, performing art spaces,
restaurants, cafes, and other creative businesses.
It is one of the most important annual art events
in the United States, attracting thousands of
collectors, curators, museum professionals and art
enthusiasts from around the world. What I really
love about this show is seeing emerging creativity
of new and old artists presenting their
cutting-edge talents. This will be my 8th, or
maybe 9th Art Miami. I always get to many of the
shows as possible and I’ll tell you why.

Whenever you spend time in a museum, an art
gallery, an art show, or even out in nature, it
opens up a creative path and gets both lobes of
the brain communicating. In years past,
researchers maintained that creativity was higher
in individuals who are right-brain thinkers. Known
as brain lateralization, this theory maintains
that the right brain lobe is more highly activated
in left-handed individuals. Everything from
divergent thinking, artistic streaks and quicker
information processing was attributed to so-called
right-brain thinkers. Modern-day researchers
believe that more important to the creative drive
is level of communication between the two lobes of
the brain. The corpus callosum, the part of the
brain that connects the two lobes, is thicker in
diameter in people who score highly on creativity
tests. The thicker the corpus callosum, the more
efficiently the brain synchronizes its activities.
In other words, creativity is enhanced by an
increased use of the whole brain.

The reason I practice a different kind of exercise
than the norm, like the gym, running, and tennis,
is not only to keep my body strong and flexible
but to keep the flow of Qi running through my
energetic pathways or meridians. Internal
exercises such as Tai Chi and Qi Gong keep the
flow open. What does this mean for you? A longer
and healthier life, a quality life, more
awareness, a better functioning brain, and a
stronger sexual appetite and performance. Join me
and the hundreds of thousands of students that
practice the Flying Crane Qi Gong
It’s easy to learn and it will enhance your life,
keep you younger, and may even extend your life.

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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