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Shamanic Solstice Practices

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When I get up in the morning, it’s been pitch
black and, when I leave my office at the end of
the day, it’s also pitch black. I haven’t seen the
sun in days! Well, here is what’s happening. Late
dawn. Early sunset. Short day. Long night. For us
in the Northern Hemisphere, the Winter solstice
which falls on December 21st, marks the longest
night and shortest day of the year, and, until
then, the days won’t start getting longer.

In the Shamanic cultures, there are many
ceremonies honoring the Return of the Sun. I
usually make a harmonizing puja fire at the
darkest day. The fire pujas involve making an
offering to the ten directions, and the three
times, past, present and future. I include an
offering to the protectors of the way, all
sentient beings, and elemental spirits. I’ll put
incense, wine, and sweet foods into the fire as
well as prayers for health, wealth and happiness.

If you want to learn a lot more about making these
kinds of special rituals, join me and the members
of the Qi Gong Inner Circle
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study, and grow. You will receive some amazing
teachings that aren’t available in books, on TV or
any ordinary class that you might take. The
students of the Qi Gong Inner Circle receive a CD
or DVD every month with incredible information to
build your internal power and enhance your
spiritual digestive system. Join
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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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