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The Sky is Falling

October 31st, 2011



It’s been raining in Miami for almost two weeks.
One day they said that we got as much as 10 inches of rain.
This is the end of the rainy season and we still got the
hurricane threats for the next three weeks. I live on one
of the barrier islands and if we get a storm, I have to evacuate.
Anyway, last week I was sleeping and I heard a strange
sound in my house. I couldn’t imagine what it was!
At first I thought that it was one of the stray cats that
got in or possibly a burglar.

I jumped out of bed, grabbed
my Samurai sword and went into the living room, and
much to my surprise, the roof was leaking! It was making
a clatter as well as a mess. I immediately put pots and pans
and anything that I had under all of the drips
and called the roofer.
He came out the next day and patched the roof. Then it took another

3 weeks before the dry wall guy came and the painter guy to fix the inside.

I spent all of last weekend finally cleaning the entire house.
Sunday I finally hung my artwork back on the walls and with a
feeling of completion I went to sleep.

Early Monday morning around 5 am I heard a giant crash,
I jumped out of my bed, ran into the living room and noticed
that 20% of the ceiling had fallen down and the house was
leaking again. I was not a happy camper.
In fact, I was beside myself!
I couldn’t wait until 8 o’clock to call the roofer and
report my findings. He told me that he couldn’t come
out for two weeks as he was on a job and there was
nothing you could do. That morning I went to the beach
and trained for 2 ½ hours to rebalance my energy. Once I
realized that the circumstances were out of my control, I
moved everything out of the living room, again. I covered the
floor with plastic, bought a de-humidifier, put buckets down
and moved to a nice hotel on the beach. It’s beautiful here, I’m
less than 100 feet from the ocean and I train in the morning.

“And when it rains on your parade, look up rather than down.
Without the rain, there would be no rainbow.”
Author Unknown

In fact, I’m training more than usual, taking my vitamins, and
doing my meditations. This doesn’t change the situation with my
roof or my house, but I’m calm, relaxed and the situation that was
out of control is now being handeld by the roofer and the insurance company.
So I’ve taken a very stressful situation and turned it around to make
my health and well-being much more powerful.
I’ve turned my STRESS into POWER. Life is
always changing and we always have things that are out of control.
Nature causes floods, fires cause destruction and natural disasters
happen to all of us at one point or another in our life.

Students and patients often ask me, “How can I control my life, so
situations like this don’t cause me excess stress and ill health?”
I’ve been teaching these precious exercises to thousands of students
and patients throughout the years to teach them how to turn their
STRESS into POWER and now I have put together a program called
Turn Stress into Power!

It includes a book with all of these exercises, meditations and
ways to distress your body, mind and spirit and made a DVD to
show you exactly how to do the program. Grab your copy today at

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

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The Best is Yet to Come

October 28th, 2011



Did you know that originally the days
were named after the planets in the night sky?

In Chinese Medicine most of the planets
are also related to the 5 elements and you
can plan your days according to the planets
to give you the maximum insight and personal power.

Monday is ruled by The Moon.
Many of the lunar Goddesses,
like Hecate and Cerridwen are also associated with
magic and the intuitive nature of women. The moon
represents the emotional side of our existence. It is
unconscious, introverted, negative,
and female side of yourself.

Tuesday is ruled by the Fire element
which is the planet Mars.
It’s considered independent and quick,
and when activated, nothing stops it.

Wednesday is ruled by the planet
Mercury -the God of Games, Business, and
Story Telling. Mercury rules communications,
travel, the intellectual part of your personality,
and the functioning of the mind.

Thursday is ruled by The Planet Jupiter which
represents expansion and spiritual growth, –
The Wood Elements. Thursday is named after
THOR, the strongest of all the gods, a protector
of mankind since with his magic hammer; he fought
the battles of the good gods and mankind against the evil giants.

Friday is the metal element and ruled by Venus.
Venus is all about fertility, love and pleasure.
Venus is the goddess of Love, Beauty and a metaphor
for sexual love. Venus shows the ability of relating
to others, and the nature of the desire.
Venus can indicate the type of people we are
attracted to, or the nature of our sense of attraction.
It rules close partnerships and also marriages.

Saturday is ruled by the planet Saturn and the
Earth Element is linked to your Karma. Saturn deepens
feelings of isolation, sadness, and depression.
Once the dark side of Saturn is recognized; its bright
side can be brought into view and enhanced. Saturn is
the symbol for Father Time, for he brought all things to
an end that have a beginning. Saturn’s domain is patience,
stability, maturity and realism. Saturn affects us by
delaying rewards until they are earned.

Sunday: The name comes from the Latin dies solis,
meaning “Sun’s day:” The Sun is about Energy- the god
of gift and sight. The sun represents your will or life force.
It is the conscious, extroverted, positive,
male side of yourself.

I like to cross train and I often break up my routines.
Doing something different each day of the week
It keeps my training exciting and can be a
lot more fun as well as an incentive to ‘keep on keeping on.’
Monday and Friday I put more emphasis on Yin
practices as it relates to the moon and Venus.

Tuesday is a much more vigorous workout because
it’s a Mars day and there is a lot of raw Yang energy.

Wednesday I spend more time practicing and studying
as communications are ruled by Mercury and it’s the time
for travel studying, learning or teaching.
This is the day that I do my ‘out of the office stuff.’

Thursday is ruled by Jupiter and this is my day for
expansion and meditation of all internal practices.

Saturday is my day for discipline’s holding my Qi Gong
stances as well as lots of reading and studying.

Sunday is full of energy as it’s ruled by the Sun and although
it is typically a day of rest in the western world, I do most
of my aerobic exercises on Sunday to recharge my heart.

This is a good way to schedule your week and get
the maximum practice.
One of the reasons behind the creation of the
Recharging Qi Gong set

http://www.rechargingqigong.com/recharging-qi-gong.html

is that it encompasses all of
the planetary aspects of a great workout.

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Order it now and have a great week every week!

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

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Removing those Stubborn Knots

October 28th, 2011



Two years ago, after a tough workout,
I woke up with a painful knot in the
middle of my back.

As you can imagine I was in pain!
The knot made it hard to move,
breathe and turning from side to side
was nearly imposable.
I’m not used to getting muscle pain since
I always stretch
and relax my muscles in my body and mind.

But now and then, I pull something out of place,
I get a pinched muscle.
The first thing I do when
this happens is stretch using a
‘Ma roller’ then a ‘Styrofoam roller’
to break up the pressure and release the tension.

Then I get some acupuncture.

After that I may get some deep tissue work done.

And then I rub in a Chinese herbal formula in the
painful area.

Usually this is enough to relieve the painful area.
But not always.
Some knots are stubborn -
And take days to shake loose.
This is what happens to many, many people.
They have knots in their shoulders, back and legs
and they got these knots while working out and this
can put you out for days or ever weeks.
I can tell you from experience this is no fun.

A few weeks ago, after a strong workout when I was in Georgia,
I got a killer knot in my back.
I haven’t had anything like it in years.
The good news is I removed it without
massage, acupuncture, herbs or a ‘Styrofoam roller.’

It went away easily and effortlessly. And FAST.

The system I used works for pain, knots and tight muscles
in the neck, shoulders and back.
It also helps remove pain from most areas of the body.

It’s an incredibly simple method that requires no real
effort on your part. You got the knot by exerting too
much effort – so it makes sense that unwinding the
knot will require a method that reverses this process.

In this program “Eliminate Back Pain”

http://rechargingqigong.com/eliminate-your-back-pain.html

you will learn how to
Eliminate and prevent back as well as shoulder pain forever.

Get rid of your pain today – whether it’s in your back,
shoulders or head – you may find the exercise method
to be a miracle worker in your home and office.

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

P.S. You no longer have to suffer from pain,
you can be free without
any harmful drugs.

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Setting A Positive tone for your life will make you Healthy

October 28th, 2011



What you do the first thing
in the morning will set the
tone for the rest of the day.

This is why it’s important to begin
your day with thoughts
of perfect Health, Wealth and Happiness.
Even before your feet hit the floor, you want to start
programming yourself into the realm of success.

No more procrastinating- get things done now!

The key to putting you on success course is
your daily goal – and that goes for
your fitness, health and diet.
The best way to achieve your target is to hit it first
thing in the morning, the earlier the better, and
then the rest of the day will be tremendous.

Before I go to bed I decide
what I want to accomplish the
next day and when I wake up I
know what I am going to do and hop right on it.

I not only stretch my body –
but my mind and spirit as well.

It’s the same with your food, the first thing you
put in your mouth will set your mood for the day
as far as your nutrition goes.

Here is what I do:
I start by drinking a few glasses of pure room
temperature water.
Then I begin my workout before any solids and
as soon as I am done, guess what?
More water!
This way I re-hydrate my body and flush my system
before I start eating anything.
Breakfast is a really important meal so don’t mess
it up with sugar and coffee.
Start out with a protein power drink with some
greens in it or maybe a few eggs, meat, or vegetable juice.
When I was in China we would start out the day with a
bowl of soup, although it’s not the typical Westerner’s
diet- it’s a good one especially as the days get colder,
try it once in awhile and see how you feel.

I bet you’d like some of that good old fashioned ENERGY.
Well, get it the old fashioned way!
Move, hydrate and nourish your body first
thing in the morning.

I recommend the
Recharging Qigong program

http://www.rechargingqigong.com/recharging-qi-gong.html

to all my patients and students to get a full workout
every day physically, mentally and spiritually.

Get this program and you will also receive a hoist of
free gifts that comes with the book and DVD’s.

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

http://www.rechargingqigong.com/recharging-qi-gong.html

**The contents of this daily
email are not to be considered as medical advice.
Always consult a physician before
beginning or changing any fitness
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“The Ten Linguistic Viruses.”

October 20th, 2011



Attention:
Communication skills affect
all of us in all walks of life.
“Communications is the response you get.”
The information presented here will be most valuable
in changing your Karma.

Last Wednesday I shared some
real gems on communication skills
and I promised you that I would share
with you the “The Ten Linguistic Viruses.”
It is from an article written by,
Matthew Budd, M.D., and Larry Rothstein, Ed.D.
I always keep my promises.

Before I give you the goods, I have
observed from my students and patients
some gems in regards to communications.
When a student tells me that he his going
to do something and doesn’t do it, it causes
more havoc in their life than one could ever imagine.
Here is an example: I’ve known John for years,
every time I see him he says,
“Dr. Wu I am going to meet you on the
beach in the morning to train will you
call me in the morning?”

So for a few weeks I did call John early
in the morning to remind him but he always
has an excuse on why he can’t go.
Sometimes it’s about the wind being too
strong, other times it’s about no wind at
all and it’s too still for him. What makes
me laugh is the evening calls are all about
being ‘gung ho’ to train and get in shape
but the morning calls are all about excuses.
I don’t know if John really gets what he is
doing to himself; it’s costly in more ways
than one could imagine.
When you say you’re going to do something,
you are giving your word, your promise to perform.
When you don’t do it you are not only breaking
your word and your promise, you are
causing a break in your integrity.

Our body and mind likes to be congruent,
so when you are continually breaking the
commitment and promise of doing what you
say you will do then your body and mind will
naturally still strive to keep you honest.

Listed below, are the
“Ten Linguistic Viruses.”
They attack relationships, alter
the structures
of the individuals in them and cause
dissatisfaction, bad moods and
even ill health. Learning what they are
will allow you to listen to
others more effectively, and heal them
as well as yourself.

1. NOT MAKING REQUESTS.

There may be something that you
want or need from someone else, but
you don’t make a request. Why is this?
You may have a reluctance or
fear about asking others for something:
They could say no and cause
you to feel rejected. In fact, a no to a
request is just that, no to
the action of requesting, not a rejection
of the person.

Another reason people don’t make
requests is that they’re afraid
others will think they’re incompetent.
But making a request is not an
admission of weakness. The president of
the United States or the CEO
of a large corporation makes a staggering
number of requests each day.
In fact, one aspect of power is the capacity
to make powerful requests.

Still another reason people don’t make
requests is that they think a
request is an imposition. They forget that
one way that people achieve
meaning in their lives is in fulfilling the
requests of others.
A request simply invites another person to
participate in your life.
Take this as a way to honor others,
not to burden them.

2. LIVING WITH UN-COMMUNICATED EXPECTATIONS.

A common form of “not requesting”
occurs when an individual lives in
a world of expectations that are really
just unexpressed requests.

Often we have private conversations
with ourselves about what others
should and should not do. But we never
make overt requests of these
people. Subsequently, when they don’t do
what we expect, we’re
disappointed, resentful and angry.

The solution is to translate “shoulds”
into clear requests.
The benefit will be less resentment,
less anger, less guilt and more
satisfying relationships.

3. MAKING UNCLEAR REQUESTS.

A husband may say to his wife,
“I want you to support my career.”
Can you see that the husband may have a
different picture than the wife of
what “support” looks like?

What kind of support? When? All of
this information is missing. Later
on, when a minor problem arises, the
maker of the unclear request is
likely to say, “You promised to support
my career, but you didn’t!”

To coordinate your life successfully
with others, your requests must
be precise and detailed. You’re not
insulting the listener, you’re
setting up the possibility for mutual satisfaction.
It’s not enough
that you understand; the person receiving the
request must share your
understanding.

4. NOT OBSERVING THE MOOD OF YOUR REQUESTS

The mood of your utterance, as
much as your words, affects the
listener. If you’re demanding, people
might decline your requests
because they see you as arrogant and
righteous, or they might make
promises to you out of intimidation, not choice.

My high school algebra teacher
always made requests in the tone and
mood of demands. Students rarely declined
his requests, but acted
resentfully when they tried to do
what he had asked.

A suggestion: Observe the mood
produced in the listener of your
request; adjust your mood to produce
the “listening” you want.

5. PROMISING EVEN WHEN YOU
AREN’T CLEAR WHAT WAS REQUESTED.

Committing yourself when you aren’t
clear about what you’ve committed
to is foolish. Sometimes a person thinks
he knows what’s being asked
of him, so he begins an activity, such as
making a meal. But as he
goes along, his lack of clarity is revealed.
He becomes confused.
What did she really want?
What if I’m doing it wrong?

If you’re not sure what the requester
wants, clarify it with him or
her. You won’t look stupid. Rather,
you’ll be building an identity of
being committed to fulfilling his or her request.

6. NOT DECLINING REQUESTS.

Some of us say yes to every request.
We’ve been trained to please
other people, and this is made manifest
in our compliance. The problem
with this belief is that it’s destructive
for both you and others.

The yes sayers’ are often overloaded
with promises to keep. The result
is a perpetual fear of failure, which
prompted the compliance in the
first place. This vicious cycle generates
anxiety, exhaustion and
burnout.

Things aren’t much better for the people
receiving the yes sayers’
promises. They never know which
promises will be fulfilled and which
ones are in jeopardy. Over time, people
become distrustful of the yes
sayer. They think, “You just never can
be sure about him; he’s not
sincere.”

An inability to say no is not a problem
of articulation or diction,
but of an embodied tendency to have
to say yes, to be “nice” and not
to upset others. Learning to say no
requires practice for those yes
sayers who find it difficult.

7. BREAKING PROMISES WITHOUT
TAKING CARE: UNDERMINING TRUST.

When you make a promise, you’re building
expectations that you will
take action. If the promise is broken, the
person will begin to lose
trust in you and feel betrayed.

We are all human and cannot know the future.
In the process of
fulfilling a promise, things may happen that
keep you from completion.

If you simply ignore your promise, you’re
consciously betraying your
word and not taking care of the other party.
In contrast, if you
contact the requester, describe the present
problems that are keeping
you from fulfilling your promise, apologize
for the broken promise,
offer to make a new promise in a time frame
that you can guarantee and
assist with the cleaning up of any
mess that you produced.

8. TREATING ASSESSMENTS AS FACTS.

There is no truth to statements of judgment.
You can provide evidence
for what you say, but that still doesn’t
make it the truth. If we
treat assessments as truth, conflict arises.

People who hold their assessments as the
truth are generally rigid or
arrogant. They cannot stand diversity and
become angry at
differences. These people are a pain to be
around and are themselves
uneasy.

9.MAKING ASSESSMENTS
WITHOUT RIGOROUS GROUNDING.

Even though your judgments
aren’t the truth, you can make them with
rigorous “grounding” – that is, you
can say what you say based on
evidence.

People who make assessments
without rigor are viewed as flaky and full
of opinions that change like the weather.
They aren’t taken seriously
and they often suffer from insecurity and
low self-esteem. Gossip is
an especially harmful kind of assessment,
which lacks rigor and
purpose. Gossips get a false sense
of power from this activity, but
underneath they remain insecure and uneasy.

Connect your declarations with
possible plans for action for which you
are accountable, preferably to someone else.

10.MAKING FANTASY
AFFIRMATIONS AND DECLARATIONS.

When you make a fantasy affirmation
or declaration, you assume that it
will happen by itself. An example
would be declaring that you would
like to start a restaurant, even though
you don’t know anything about
cooking or how to run a business.

By contrast, a realistic affirmation or
declaration pictures a reality
that does not yet exist, but is attainable
through a series of
reasonable steps.

The 10 Linguistic Viruses not only create
ineffectiveness and friction
between people, but also produce negative
mood states, which, in turn,
threaten your well-being and health.
For instance, people who never
make requests usually don’t get what they
want in life and are often
disappointed and stuck. Such people may
have secret expectations of
others, which they never express. This also
leads to disappointment
and anger and resentment.

Inertia and anger are both negative mood
states that produce bodily changes in the
muscles, circulation, heart
and brain. People who can’t decline requests
also place their health
in jeopardy. They are often overburdened
and become exhausted, burned
out and depressed.

If language is the foundation upon which
human life is built, on which
we construct our human interactions and
even our notion of self, then
competence in language will bring you more
satisfaction, joy and
effectiveness in living.
My work with thousands of patients bears
this out. When people become aware
of their behavior in the
linguistic domain, they achieve greater
effectiveness, greater
satisfaction and a better mood.

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

PS

Training your body, mind and spirit
will keep you mentally, physically
and spiritually awake.
This is what I teach to the members of the
Qi Gong Inner Circle.

Join today!

www.qigonginnercircle.com

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You Are What You Say!

October 20th, 2011



Life is all about our communications, what we
say and how we use words determines our lives.
Our communication is who we really are and
it shows up in our health, moods,
wealth and happiness.
It’s said that our speech is the center
where karma is generated and where it can be modified.
Karma is based on language.
I came across this information based
on Fernando Flores’ work.
It was written by two of his students, Matthew Budd, M.D.,
and Larry Rothstein, Ed.D.
I found it of great value!

You Are What You Say!

Flores began his lecture with this
statement:
“In language we build our
own identities, our relationships
with others, the countries that we
live in, the companies we have and
the values that we hold dearly.
With language we generate life.
Without language we are mostly chimpanzees.”

According to Dr. Flores,
here are five kinds of linguistic “actions”

REQUESTS: A request is an
action that you take when you seek the
assistance of another in satisfying
an underlying concern that you
have. For example, “Please pick up
some flounder and broccoli at the
market for dinner tonight.”

PROMISES: A promise is what
you speak to indicate your commitment
to fulfilling what someone else has requested.
(“I will get the flounder
and broccoli.”) It implies that you
understand the request fully and
that you are competent and sincere
about fulfilling the request.

DECLARATIONS: A declaration
is an utterance in which someone
with the authority to do so brings
something into being that wasn’t there
before. Personal declarations such as
“I will lose 30 pounds by July
1st” have the power to shape our lives,
if followed by consistent
behavior.

ASSESSMENTS: An assessment is a
judgment that you make about the world
in the interest of taking some action.
For example, in the interest of going to
a ball game, I might make the assessment,
“It’s a beautiful
day,” in which no wind and a temperature
of 8o degrees are my
standards. On the other hand, in the
interest of going sailing, my
assessment, “It’s a beautiful day”
means that the wind is blowing, the
harder the better. Assessments are never the truth.

ASSERTIONS: An assertion is a
statement you make for which you are
willing to provide evidence.
For example, if I say it is 68 degrees in
this room, I’m willing to show
this to you on a thermometer. We live
by the social agreement that this device
reflects temperature. In
other words, a society builds certain ways
of establishing and
asserting common, often quantitative values.
These assertions live for
us as “facts” -They are either true or false.

In this Friday’s letter I will share with you
“The Ten Linguistic Viruses.”
Stay tuned. I’ll be sharing more about
communications and how it affects our lives
with the Qi Gong Inner Circle group.
If you haven’t become a member yet, join now at
www.Qigonginnercircle.com

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

PS.

Attention:
Soon I will be broadcasting the
Wednesday night meditation
class as a free bonus to all of you.
It will be at 7:00 pm EST.
To tune into the class, go to
www.Live.comf5.com/Drwudhi

Watch for the announcement coming up soon.

Dr. Wu Dhi

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The Most Important Blood Work

October 18th, 2011



Examinations at a doctor’s office are important to
determine what a persons
health picture is all about, and I do some very
traditional ones as well as more esoteric tests
like Medical Qi Gong,Chakras testing and
Applied kinesiology to determine what
needs to be addressed first.

I’ll use the Chinese pause technique, look at the
tongue, and observe the quality of the skin, nails, hair.
I’ll go over every inch of the body, looking for
clues on how to open the blockage and I ask a
ton of questions to see what’s going on internally.

On the physical level from a scientific stand point
there is no general screening test
that is more efficient, effective and affordable
than a comprehensive blood chemistry panel.
It allows me to quickly assess what’s going
on with your health at a glance.
It is the ultimate tool in biomedical laboratory
sciences to evaluate patients.

Your blood test can be the answer to identifying
imbalances in the body’s metabolism. If you’re
healthy, you should get your blood work done at
least every year. I get mine done every six months
and have the two tests compared to see if there are
any changes for better or worse.

Things like diet, exercise, stress and illness
will show up. If you are going
through a health crisis,
I’d check every three months just
to stay on top of things.
Many health problems can be
prevented and
managed effectively with early
detection.

In general we are not up to date on what’s going on
inside and a blood test will show the function
of the immune system, thyroids and if you
have a tendency for any hidden illnesses it
can be a good way to get an early look.

The longevity system in the USA hardly exists.
We are on a program of:
‘If it isn’t broken, don’t fix’ it and the
insurance companies like it just the way it is.

A decade ago the average annual lab work
ordered in a physical exam included a
Chem-24, CBC with differentials, TSH, and
a lipid panel. However, the healthcare model
today customarily performs a simple chem-7
and lipid panel. The addition of a TSH, a CBC,
or other tests are no longer a routine.
Physicians who order extra tests are
considered unqualified providers.
Who do you think is judging them?
Whoever they are, it’s not about your
health and longevity or the quality of your life.

I understand that many of us have given up on
the current healthcare model and are sick and tired
of being over-medicated. Many of us are now
looking for a more natural approach.
A comprehensive healthcare evaluation
and blood chemistry panel is a good place to
start and get you back on the road to good health.

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

PS.
My office offers a complete
nutritional evaluation from your blood
work and if you aren’t able to visit my
office we can set up a consultation on
Skype or over the phone.
Contact Anastasia at 941-275-5105
and set up an appointment today.

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What are the Three Biggest Energy Suckers?

October 14th, 2011



I started water fast for a few days
to clear out all the cobwebs so to speak.

Fasting has many benefits:

*Overall health
*Detoxing the body
*The Opening of Spiritual centers.

A body full of toxic foods,
environmental poisons and toxic
thoughts, will eventually cause
health problems to your body, mind and spirit.

If your head is filled with evil thoughts,
this can transfer the evil influences on the body.
What affects the body, affects the mind
and vice versa. One of the best ways to
purify it is by fasting. This will allow you
to see things more clearly.
Let me explain how this works.

The Three Biggest Energy Drains in life:
– Sex
– Over Talking
– Digestion

When we fast we give our digestive
system rest and a chance to renew
our energy supply.

If you can limit your SPEECH
when you are on a fast– you can easily
open the SPIRITUAL centers and SEX is a no,
no! – at least for a few days,
we don’t want any energy leaks.
This will give you a lot more energy
and you will notice that you will have a
lot more free time when you are fasting.

I suggest a one day fast to start.
Here is how to do it:

After your last meal in the evening, drink
a glass of water and retire early.
When you wake up, first thing- have a glass
of pure room temperature water. You can add a half
of lemon if you wish. Use pure water
to flush and purify the system.
I drink 3 or 4 quarts a day when fasting and
sleep a minimum of 8 hours with a nap or
two during the day. I try to make my
fasting days on days that I don’t have to work
or have much interaction with people.
The less talking you do, the more energy you
will have.

While on the fast, spend some time in nature,
walking, or sitting near the water. It will quite
the mind and allow your head space to open
more. If you can’t get out in nature spend some
alone time.

No Mind Sucking TV!
If you are a reader, read only inspirational
books or go to an art museum and quietly
walk around. When I am fasting, I’ll listen
to soothing music, without words
-only instruments.

Fasting is a personal time and you are more
likely to be in a programmable state,
so guard your speech, as well as what you
listen too.

While fasting, we shed extra weight from
the body and gain strength and clarity of
the mind.

For those of you who have emotional, nervous and
sexual problems, there is no better way than
fasting to clear and cure those problems.
Your mind will become quiet.
Fasting, whether for physical well-being,
or a spiritual purpose, is a very scientific
way to clear the body and mind of stuck energy.

This is one of the best ways to get started on
a detox program.
After the day of fast, I
usually do a two week detox program.
I have received major success with the detox kit.

http://www.energymedicineflorida.com/detox-kit.html

and I take two Oxy-hydrate pills per night for the
two week detox program, this will insure you that your
colon is as clean as a whistle.

http://rechargingqigong.com/qi-essentials-oxy-hydrate.html

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

PS
Detox your body at least 4 times a year!
-this is real anti-aging medicine!

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Going the Extra Mile

October 14th, 2011



I came across this story that Petey Parker wrote.
I don’t know who Petey is, he could secretly be
“Spider Man” as far as I know or just a dam good writer.
Petey, thanks for sharing this.

“A cab driver taught me a million
dollar lesson in customer satisfaction and
expectation. Motivational speakers charge
thousands of dollars to instruct his kind of
training to corporate executives and staff.

It cost me a $12 taxi ride. 



I had flown into Dallas for the sole purpose of calling
a client. Time was the essence and my plan included a
quick turnaround trip from and back to the airport.
A spotless cab pulled up.
The driver rushed to open the passenger door for
me and made sure I was comfortably seated
before he closed the door.
As he got in the driver’s seat, he mentioned that
there was a folded Wall Street Journal
next to me for my use.

He then showed me several tapes and
asked me what type of music I would enjoy.
Well! I looked around for a “Candid Camera!”
Wouldn’t you? I could not believe the service
I was receiving!

I took the opportunity to say,
“Obviously you take great pride in your work.
You must have a story to tell.” 


“You bet,” he replied,
“I used to be in Corporate America.
But I got tired of thinking my best would
never be good enough. I decided to find my
niche in life where I could feel proud of being
the best I could be.
I knew I would never be a rocket scientist,
but I love driving cars, being of service and
feeling like I have done a full day’s work and
done it well. I evaluated my personal assets
and… Wham! I became a cab driver.
One thing I know for sure, to be good in my
business I could simply just meet the expectations
of my passengers. But, to be GREAT in my
business, I have to EXCEED the customer’s
expectations! I like both the sound and the return
of being ‘great’ better than just getting by on ‘average’

Did I tip him big time?
You bet! Corporate America’s loss is
the traveling folk’s friend!”

Lessons to be learned here:
-Go an Extra Mile when providing any Service to others.
-There is no good or bad job –You can make any job good.
-Good service always brings good return.

“Imagine what a harmonious world it could be
if every single person, both young and old,
shared a little of what he is good at doing.”
~ Quincy Jones

We all strive to achieve personal success in our lives.
At times we forget how important service is to others —
Things like unselfishness, kindness and generosity;
deeds that give meaning to your lives and above all,
that sustain and honor the lives of others.
I have been teaching and working for my entire life to
help others achieve their goals no matter if it’s health,
or being all they can be.

I have worked with Master’s, Guru’s, Lamas,
Doctors and Coaches that have
devoted their lives to the service of others.
They all helped others to move beyond their own
self-imposed limitations to success.

The members of the Qi gong Inner Circle receive teachings every
month to enhance the quality of their lives.
Take the opportunity and become a member of this exclusive group today.

www.Qigonginnercircle.com

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

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The Three Biggest Energy Suckers

October 11th, 2011

I started water fast for a few days
to clear out all the cobwebs so to speak.

Fasting has many benefits:

*Overall health
*Detoxing the body
*The Opening of Spiritual centers.

A body full of toxic foods,
environmental poisons and toxic
thoughts, will eventually cause
health problems to your body, mind and spirit.

If your head is filled with evil thoughts,
this can transfer the evil influences on the body.
What affects the body, affects the mind
and vice versa. One of the best ways to
purify it is by fasting. This will allow you
to see things more clearly.
Let me explain how this works.

The Three Biggest Energy Drains in life:
– Sex
– Over Talking
– Digestion

When we fast we give our digestive
system rest and a chance to renew
our energy supply.

If you can limit your SPEECH
when you are on a fast– you can easily
open the SPIRITUAL centers and SEX is a no,
no! – at least for a few days,
we don’t want any energy leaks.
This will give you a lot more energy
and you will notice that you will have a
lot more free time when you are fasting.

I suggest a one day fast to start.
Here is how to do it:

After your last meal in the evening, drink
a glass of water and retire early.
When you wake up, first thing- have a glass
of pure room temperature water. You can add a half
of lemon if you wish. Use pure water
to flush and purify the system.
I drink 3 or 4 quarts a day when fasting and
sleep a minimum of 8 hours with a nap or
two during the day. I try to make my
fasting days on days that I don’t have to work
or have much interaction with people.
The less talking you do, the more energy you
will have.

While on the fast, spend some time in nature,
walking, or sitting near the water. It will quite
the mind and allow your head space to open
more. If you can’t get out in nature spend some
alone time.

No Mind Sucking TV!
If you are a reader, read only inspirational
books or go to an art museum and quietly
walk around. When I am fasting, I’ll listen
to soothing music, without words
-only instruments.

Fasting is a personal time and you are more
likely to be in a programmable state,
so guard your speech, as well as what you
listen too.

While fasting, we shed extra weight from
the body and gain strength and clarity of
the mind.

For those of you who have emotional, nervous and
sexual problems, there is no better way than
fasting to clear and cure those problems.
Your mind will become quiet.
Fasting, whether for physical well-being,
or a spiritual purpose, is a very scientific
way to clear the body and mind of stuck energy.

This is one of the best ways to get started on
a detox program.
After the day of fast, I
usually do a two week detox program.
I have received major success with the detox kit.
http://www.energymedicineflorida.com/detox-kit.html

and I take two Oxy-hydrate pills per night for the
two week detox program, this will insure you that your
colon is as clean as a whistle.
http://rechargingqigong.com/qi-essentials-oxy-hydrate.html

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

PS
Detox your body at least 4 times a year!
-this is real anti-aging medicine!

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