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How to Stay Warm All Winter

January 23rd, 2015

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In the Five Element theory, the water sign is the
ruler of both the kidneys and urinary bladder. The
season is winter and now it looks like we are
being hit with another Arctic blast in the USA. I
have a lot of friends that live up North and,
whenever I call, the first thing they say is it’s
really, really cold. When old man winter is in
town, you have to be prepared both inside and out.
Grab your hat and coat because it’s cold outside.
As for us in sunny Florida, things aren’t as
intense but, whenever it drops down to 50 degrees,
it’s cold! You also have to be prepared internally
and, although most of my diet is green
plant-based, I know when my body needs warming
foods. Lamb is a warming meat and will take the
chill right out of your body. So, I made a large
pot of Eluv’s Greek Lamb delight. This is one of
my favorite recipes. I use a crock pot and let it
cook for 6 to 8 hours on a low setting.

Here’s how to make the dish…

Go to the grocery store and pick up these things:

• 2 lbs lamb meat
• 1 head garlic
• 1 kohlrabi, cubed (high in potassium)
• Rosemary, fresh (has astringent, diaphoretic,
and stimulant properties)
• Burdock root (high in minerals and a good
source of iron and essential oils)
• Lotus root (provides minerals like copper, iron,
zinc, magnesium, and manganese)
• 1cup carrots, sliced
• 2 red potatoes (potassium for energy)
• 2 turnips, cubed (rich in vitamin C)
• 2 cups fresh okra (rich in vitamin A and
flavonoid anti-oxidants)
• 2 cups Shou wu chih (tonifies, warms and
invigorates blood, nourishes the liver, kidneys,
and tendons, strengthens the bones) *you can get
it at any Chinese market
• ½ cup Bragg’s liquid aminos
• 2 teaspoon olive oil
• Sea salt to taste
• A little cayenne red pepper to spark it up (it’s
filled with vitamin A, E, B6, C K and manganese)
• ½ gallon purified water

Cooking instructions:

1. Brown the meat with ½ of garlic in a stainless
steel or iron pan.
2. In your crock pot, add water about ½ gallons
and put the meat in and cook until meat is nearly
done (can take 1 to 2 hours to cook).
3. Add a sprig of fresh organic rosemary.
4. Add peeled Burdock root sliced thinly.
5. Add turnip and kohlrabi. They cook at about the
same time.
6. Add potatoes & lotus root.
7. Add 2 cups Shou wu chih.
8. Add the other ½ ball of the garlic.
9. Prepare okra by cutting into ½ slices.
10. Add brags at end, sea salt, cayenne and olive
oil.
This recipe will keep you warm and give you lots
of energy
and plenty of vitamins and minerals. I only use
organic vegetables and buy lamb that is both
hormone- and antibiotic-free.

Exercise is also very important at this time of
the year and I make sure that I do the Recharging
Qi Gong exercises every morning. It keeps the Qi
moving, invigorates the blood, and keeps your
joints pain-free.

http://rechargingqigong.com/products-from-dr-wu-dhi/recharging-qi-gong/

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

P.S. If you are a vegetarian, replace the lamb
with chunks of soy nuggets (tofu). Brown first
just as you would brown meat to add deep and rich
flavor. Browning the tofu first makes the nuggets
chewier, giving them a very meat-like texture
that’s often hard to replicate in vegan
substitutes. If you look in the cooler section,
there are usually meat substitutes that work just
fine.

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We Got The Ball Spinning

January 23rd, 2015

In the Chinese art of Feng Shui, it is important
to have movement in your home and office. If there
is no movement, there is stagnation of Qi and that
could account for slow business or a lag in your
energy. That’s why, they claim they it is
important to live near a river or a body of moving
water. I often choose those kinds of places to
live. It’s also nice to have a pet in the house or
lots of wild life in your neighborhood. In my
office, I don’t have a river or a pet and we are
at least a mile or two from the ocean. To
counteract this and get movement in my treatment
room, I have one of those Japanese good luck cats
whose arm moves up and down, giving the room a
constant movement. If you aren’t for sure what a
Japanese good luck cat is, it’s the paw-waving
kitties you see in Asian stores. It’s a talisman
that is believed to attract good luck and fortune
for its owners.

Here’s how the story goes…

There was a wealthy man who took shelter from a
rainstorm under a tree next to a temple. He
noticed a cat that seemed to be beckoning to him,
so, he followed it inside the temple. Shortly
thereafter, lightning struck the tree he had been
standing under. Because the cat had saved his
life, the man was so very grateful, he became a
benefactor of the temple and brought it much
prosperity. When he passed away, a statue of the
cat was made in his honor.

Another way to get movement in your home or office
is to get a fountain or something with flowing
water. We have a fountain with a spinning ball in
the office that is visible to everyone as soon as
you walk in the door. The movement of the water
keeps a constant flow of positive energy
circulating.

Qi flow is important in the human body to keep you
healthy, young, and pain-free. If there is a
blockage of Qi, you are asking for some kind of
dis-ease, and that’s a guarantee. If you were
wondering why Qi flow is so important to your
overall health, your blood follows Qi. That’s why,
Qi Gong exercises are so important to your health
and longevity. These exercises, called internal
exercises, get your internal rivers flowing. They
are far different than going to the gym as they
will keep you disease-free and young for years.

I have two great programs. If you are just getting
started, pick up a copy of Flying Crane Qi Gong

http://www.rechargingqigong.com/flying-crane-qi-gong.html.

It’s a series of 5 different sets plus the
“Automatic Move” where the natural Qi will flow
through every part of your body and unlock any
blockages you may have. The other program,
Recharging Qi Gong

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

is for the more advanced student. This series of
exercises will open Qi flow, heal your internal
organs and keep you younger in body, mind and
spirit.

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

P.S. No matter which program you choose, once you
start on this path of longevity, your entire life
will change forever.
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Why Sleep Is Precious

January 23rd, 2015

If you’re not getting enough zzz’s at night, or if
you’re one of those night owls who are spending
hours in front of the television or browsing the
Internet, you are causing more damage to your
brain than you would think. If you’re sleeping
less than seven or eight hours a night, it has
been linked to memory loss and even Alzheimer’s
disease. One would assume that when they go to
sleep, their brain goes to sleep, too. But, it’s
not true. Your brain is actually more active at
night than it is during the day. It’s the time
that it clears out toxins and recharges itself. No
one is claiming that Alzheimer’s disease comes
from sleep deprivation but it may be a key factor.
We all know that sleep deprivation causes
irritability and grouchiness, and they say that a
shorter sleep cycle may be linked to a shrinking
brain volume. I have found from personal
experience that when I have a poor night’s sleep,
I am dragging all day mentally, physically, and
emotionally. Little things seem to disturb me more
than usual. Here’s what I do to balance myself out
even if I don’t get a good night’s sleep:

1. First thing in the morning, eat a hearty
breakfast. Protein and vegetables seem to be a key
factor.
2.Stay hydrated. Drink plenty of water. Forget
about the coffee. It dehydrates the body.
3.Get a 15-minute power nap during the day.
4.A 5-minute meditation focused on relaxing and
recharging the body can make a difference.
5.Get out in nature and take a 10-15 deep
breaths. Pull the nature spirit into my body.
6.Do at least one set of Qi Gong. It restores my
energy, revitalizes my brain, and gets the Qi
moving through my body.

Many of you have asked what type of Qi Gong do I
suggest to give you the most bang for the buck.
Flying Crane Qi Gong will wake up the meridians,
move the energy, and balance you out in the
shortest amount of time. Here’imagess how you can get
the program:

http://rechargingqigong.com/flying-crane-qi-gong.html

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

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Internal Laughter is the Better Medicine

January 23rd, 2015

UnknownIt all started when I was in my late twenties. I
started practicing yoga with the 3HO Foundation.
My good friend, Mark Singh, was my teacher and a
darn good one at that. We did classes a few days a
week, started fasting to clear out the toxins, and
generally, had a great time. He told me that there
was a retreat twice a year, one at the summer
solstice and one at the winter solstice. So, I
took off to New Mexico to do my first spiritual
retreat. There was ten days of meditation and it
was all done in silence. The only words you were
allowed to utter were the names of God. We got up
before the sun rose and chanted sacred mantras
until daybreak. And then, we had to take a cold
shower. It was a lot of fun and really pushed me
to my limit at the time. Since that time, I have
done many spiritual retreats, some in silence,
some focused on Buddhist teachings, and others on
the Daoist teachings. I would say that, on
average, I spent a month a year in spiritual
retreat.

So, the other day, my executive assistant told me
she was going on a retreat this Friday. It made me
smile inside as I know the importance of doing
spiritual practices. They enrich your soul, open
your mind, and force you to grow in ways that one
would never expect. Whenever we do a discipline to
make our lives better, it forces us to grow
internally and expand our horizons. It gives us a
way to operate from outside of the box. The norm
for people is work, sleep, eat, and they don’t put
much attention to the spiritual realms at all.
Even the religions of today have so many rules
that it’s hard to get beyond yourself and open up
to the Divine.

In my type of work, when people are coming to me
for healing and counseling for their ills and
being lost in the path of life, I take the time
every day to meditate, relax, and open up to the
spirit. This allows my Qi to flow and, as I build
my own energy, I am able to give to others. That’s
why I create programs, videos, CDs, and write, so
I can pass this type of work to you. It makes me
smile inside as I open my heart to share with all
of humanity. Yes, I am one of the blessed ones. My
programs are distributed to seven different
continents and next month, they’ll even be in the
Philippines. It makes me smile and laugh inside
that I can affect so many people. You can, too!
You just need to get started on a path that makes
you smile inside.

Some years ago, I put together a program called
Turn Stress Into Power. One of the exercises in
this book is called the Smile Meditation and it
works on putting a smile in every part of your
body. And then, spontaneously, laughter comes up.
Last week, I shared this program at Unity Church
here in Miami and sold out most of my books. I
only have twenty left before the reprint. If you
don’t have one as yet, click here and order today,

http://rechargingqigong.com/turn-stress-into-power.html

and you’ll be chuckling to yourself with a big
smile on your face.

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

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Internal Laughter Is The Best Medicine

January 23rd, 2015

It all started when I was in my late twenties. I
started practicing yoga with the 3HO Foundation.
My good friend, Mark Singh, was my teacher and a
darn good one at that. We did classes a few days a
week, started fasting to clear out the toxins, and
generally, had a great time. He told me that there
was a retreat twice a year, one at the summer
solstice and one at the winter solstice. So, I
took off to New Mexico to do my first spiritual
retreat. There was ten days of meditation and it
was all done in silence. The only words you were
allowed to utter were the names of God. We got up
before the sun rose and chanted sacred mantras
until daybreak. And then, we had to take a cold
shower. It was a lot of fun and really pushed me
to my limit at the time. Since that time, I have
done many spiritual retreats, some in silence,
some focused on Buddhist teachings, and others on
the Daoist teachings. I would say that, on
average, I spent a month a year in spiritual
retreat.

So, the other day, my executive assistant told me
she was going on a retreat this Friday. It made me
smile inside as I know the importance of doing
spiritual practices. They enrich your soul, open
your mind, and force you to grow in ways that one
would never expect. Whenever we do a discipline to
make our lives better, it forces us to grow
internally and expand our horizons. It gives us a
way to operate from outside of the box. The norm
for people is work, sleep, eat, and they don’t put
much attention to the spiritual realms at all.
Even the religions of today have so many rules
that it’s hard to get beyond yourself and open up
to the Divine.

In my type of work, when people are coming to me
for healing and counseling for their ills and
being lost in the path of life, I take the time
every day to meditate, relax, and open up to the
spirit. This allows my Qi to flow and, as I build
my own energy, I am able to give to others. That’s
why I create programs, videos, CDs, and write, so
I can pass this type of work to you. It makes me
smile inside as I open my heart to share with all
of humanity. Yes, I am one of the blessed ones. My
programs are distributed to seven different
continents and next month, they’ll even be in the
Philippines. It makes me smile and laugh inside
that I can affect so many people. You can, too!
You just need to get started on a path that makes
you smile inside.

Some years ago, I put together a program called
Turn Stress Into Power. One of the exercises in
this book is called the Smile Meditation and it
works on putting a smile in every part of your
body. And then, spontaneously, laughter comes up.
Last week, I shared this program at Unity Church
here in Miami and sold out most of my books. I
only have twenty left before the reprint. If you
don’t have one as yet, click here and order today,

http://rechargingqigong.com/turn-stress-into-power.html

and you’ll be chuckling to yourself with a big
smile on your face.

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

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Who is Responsible for Your Health

January 23rd, 2015

I have three friends that are going through
traditional cancer treatments right now. Two of
them are not into alternative medicine at all.
They’re doing chemotherapy, radiation, and
surgery. And that’s it. I have offered them other
treatments that would give them a little better
quality of life but they both said they wouldn’t
touch it with ten-foot pole. Their doctors said
it’s all hogwash, smoking mirrors and a way to
extract money from them. That’s rather funny to me
as their chemo treatments, surgery, and radiation
cost hundreds and thousands of dollars. If you
know anybody who had gone through the traditional
treatments, for the most part, they make you sick,
weaken your immune system, and ruin the quality of
your life.

The war on cancer started in the 1970s, a war
that we’re losing for a good reason. The cancer
industry is a multi-billion dollar business and,
if we cured cancer today, it would put thousands
of people out of business: pharmacies, hospitals,
doctors, and all the support people that keep this
industry going. My personal belief is that the
drug companies should not be able to advertise
their products to the public on television. It is
interfering with the doctors diagnoses and what
they think is the best. It’s only making the drug
companies stronger and stronger. I understand that
there is no other country in the world who allows
drug companies to advertise to the public on
television. It is causing people to ask for drugs
by name and, if the doctor says no, they go to
another doctor. I was at a seminar not too long
ago, and I was talking to a fellow who represents
one of the pharmaceutical companies that sell
chemo. He said his sales are up 1000% over the
last eight years. Could you imagine if your income
went up a 1000%? What would you be making a year?
A bundle!

Health should be for everyone. Although they have
spent hundreds of millions of dollars trying to
cure cancer, they hardly put any resources into
alternative medicine. You may have heard of the
doctor in Italy who was using baking soda
internally that seemed to work for some. Another
alternative medicine that works is Laetrile or
Vitamin B17 derived from apricot seeds, or it
could also be through changing the pH of the
blood. Im not claiming that these are a cure but
I’m saying that they should be researched on as
much as chemo and radiation.

I was at one of my friends home the other day
who is going through cancer treatments. She was
eating fried foods and chocolate cake. Hello?
Hasn’t anybody looked at her diet? Her doctor told
her she can eat anything she wants. Diet is a big
factor in our health. If we’DSC_3620re eating processed
foods, high fructose corn sugar, even enriched
wheat flour, these can be a killer. Here are a few
suggestions: Upon rising, drink two glasses of
room temperature water with a juice of lemon or
half a grapefruit. Soak one teaspoon of psyllium
seeds overnight, one teaspoon of flaxseed oil, and
one piece of fruit like an apple, peaches, or even
frozen berries. Put all of that in a blender and
drink it down. This will improve your digestion,
and get everything moving. Every breakfast should
contain a piece of fresh fruit and even fresh
vegetables. For lunch, have a salad or lightly
steamed vegetables. If you’re craving for
something warm, have a veggie burger or some
home-made soup. If you really need a snack during
the day, raw veggies, or a piece of dark
chocolate, or even some vegetable juice will do.
At night, some lean organic meat or a piece of
fish that is wild-caught, a big portion of
vegetables, and if you’re craving for
carbohydrates, use millet, buckwheat, or brown
rice. These should keep you full, healthy and
happy. Throughout the day, it’s important to drink
between meals lots of water, a little juice, and
no fast foods like pizza, rolls, cakes, or
hamburgers. French fries are not a healthy option.
You can follow this diet for ninety days and, one
day a week, eat whatever you want. Call it a cheat
day or a fun-eat day. Put a smile on your face.
Stay healthy, young and happy.

If you want to learn more about diet, nutrition,
internal exercises, and longevity, join the Qi
Gong Inner Circle today.

http://www.qigonginnercircle.com/

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

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We’ve Got A Problem!

January 23rd, 2015

Here it is Martin Luther King’s day. Dr. King
fought for freedom and equality to make this
planet a better place. And yet, today, when people
get pissed that things aren’t going their way,
they break a window and steal a flat screen
television. Really, folks? Does that make any
sense? Not to me. Or, you’re walking down the
street, and a cop says,Stop or I’ll shoot!, and
you run. Hello? This cop probably has fewer brains
than you, he’s nervous, got a gun, and is afraid,
so, he pulls the trigger early. Probably does the
same thing in his sex life.

I don’t really like rules especially if they are
rules to cramp my freedom. I’ve lived in Venezuela
for a few years and there weren’t many rules. The
only problem was nothing functions. It was a mess.
People were running red lights, throwing garbage
all over the streets and not caring much for
others. That’s what they called freedom, to do
whatever they wanted whenever they wanted to do
it. And, before they knew it, someone came in and
stole their whole country. In the United States,
we have law and order. It has a lot of rules but
it’s a much safer place to live. And, if you
follow most of the rules, nobody really messes
with you.

I’ve been a rebel all of my life and practiced
things like yoga, Qi Gong, acupuncture,
meditation, health diets, tantric sex, and even
the martial arts. I never really had a job. I’ve
always worked for myself. This may sound unusual
to you but I did it my way. Like Frank Sinatra
said many years ago,I’ve lived a life that’s
full, I traveled each and every highway, and more,
much more than this, I did it my way That
doesn’imagest mean you break laws but, rather, you use
the laws to your advantage.

Every month, I take the time to make a DVD or a CD
for a special group of people who belong to Qi
Gong Inner Circle. We touched on diet, internal
exercises, meditations, sexual practices, the
study of spirit, how to protect ourselves from
evil entities, and how to increase our finances.
Most in the group has been studying with me since
2007. It is my pleasure to share this work with as
many people as I can. If you want to learn the
real deal, join me and become a member of the Qi
Gong Inner Circle today.

http://www.qigonginnercircle.com/

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

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The Three Steps to Cancer Prevention

January 15th, 2015

Robert met with his doctor a few weeks ago, not
for a checkup or a treatment, but on the golf
course for a relaxing day on the back nine. His
doctor is a researcher specializing in Oncology
for the last 30 years. Although he has discovered
a new treatment that he claims is ten times
stronger than what is on the market today, it will
take years before it’s released to the general
public. Robert asked the doctor what the best
thing is that one can do to keep cancer-free.

The doctor told him there are three important
factors:

1. Don’t smoke. And that goes for cigarettes,
cigars, pipes or those vapor alternatives.
2. If you drink, only drink moderately. Most
people know that heavy alcohol drinking can cause
health problems. But, many people might not know
that drinking alcohol can raise cancer risk.
Alcohol is a known cause of cancers of the mouth,
throat, larynx, esophagus, liver, colon and rectum
and the breast.
3. Don’t age. Older adults have a higher risk for
cancer and other diseases that may affect cancer
treatment, care, and recovery. Aging is the single
biggest risk factor for developing cancer.

Step 3 about aging may make you chuckle, but there
are things that the Chinese Daoist have known for
thousands of years on how to slow down the aging
process that we either don’t know or have ignored
because of our egos, arrogance or financial
reasons. Nonetheless, you can slow down the aging
process and increase the chances of living
disease-free for many years.

I have been involved in the anti-aging movement
for more than 30 years and I take no medicine at
all. This is a shocking factor to most doctors,
interns and, especially, the paramedics. According
to conventional medicine, a person of my age
should be on a handful of medicines at this time
in my life. Some of them, perhaps, would be
cholesterol-lowering drugs, anti-hypertensives,
sleeping pills, anxiolytics, hypoglycemic agents,
and a Viagra here and there to keep my masculinity
in place. Well, guess what? I don’t take one
single pill. I have been doing longevity exercises
like Qi Gong for years and I have slowed down the
aging process and boosted my sexual energy
comparable to a man twenty-some years younger than
me.

I’m sure that you want to keep yourself young and
healthy, right? Who wouldn’t? But, if you’re
sitting on the couch watching television, going
out to dinner every night, and letting your doctor
guide your health, you could be in big trouble.
Isn’t it time that you took responsibility for
your health and well-being? I have put together a
program called Recharging Qi Gong program

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

that will recharge your body, mind and spirit on a
cellular level and will even affect your DNA.
People on seven different continents are doing
this exercise on a daily basis and they have
reversed the cycle of aging. No, I am not joking.
This stuff really works. Don’t wait another
minute. Order the program today and I will get it
to you in less than a week. You will receive the
book, 2 DVDs and 5 CDs that will support and
change your life forever.

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

Dr. Wu Dhi
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The Six Rules of Eating Healthy

January 15th, 2015

I’m sure you heard of the saying, “You are what
you eat.” Well, there’s more to it than that. If
you’re buying your food from a normal grocery
store or even from a healthy store, and the food
is labeled conventional, that means it is grown
with heavy fertilizers, sprayed with toxic
pesticides, and most likely, it is
genetically-engineered. The medical profession is
not informing their patients on the importance of
diet. Multinational food companies are more
concerned with their profits than your health.
When I was at the A4M Anti-Aging Medicine
conference, the only thing that they could say for
sure that can make your life longer and keep you
healthier is a restricted food diet. My suggestion
is to eat organic as much as possible and, if you
can, grow your own garden. Don’t overeat. If you
eat conventionally-grown food, stay away from all
root crops – carrots, potatoes, beets, onions,
yucca and radishes, etc. They suck up the poisons
on the ground and end up in your body, making you
old and sick long before your time.

When I was in my twenties, I lived in Michigan.
Every year, we grew a large organic garden. I
learned how to control the weeds without using
pesticides, what flowers to plant to keep the bugs
away, and what natural sprays one could use to
keep the critters from eating all your food. We
had to put a fence around our garden because we
have rabbits and deer munching on our food. These
days, I’m buying my food at the health food store,
and sometimes, from local farmers. But, be aware.
The word ‘natural’ means absolutely nothing. If it
doesn’t say ‘certified organic’, it is most likely
grown in toxic soil, sprayed, and sometimes, even
processed with dyes to make it appear healthy when
it’s not. In the United States, we seem to have
some very strange laws that protect the big food
and pharmaceutical companies more than to protect
our own rights to know what we’re putting in our
bodies. This is not cool. I was watching
television this morning and, when the commercial
came on, there were four ads for drugs. The USA is
the only place in the world where drug companies
are allowed to advertise their products to the
public. The food companies are allowed to get away
without telling us what exactly is in the food.
So, to take responsibility for your own health,
there are a few key steps to follow:

1. If it’s in a can or a box, pass on it.
2. Buy and eat organic as much as possible.
3. Buy non-GMO products.
4. Stay as far away from fast food restaurants as
you can.
5. Stay away from corn and corn products, high
fructose corn syrup, beets and soy.
6. Only take medicine when necessary. As soon as
you can get off your medicine, do so.

In the Qi Gong Inner Circle
www.qigonginnercircle.com, not only do I share
great techniques on how to take good care of your
body, but there are also meditations, dietary
suggestions, recipes and much more. Every month,
you will receive a CD or DVD with teachings that
you can’t find in a book or read in a magazine.
These teachings are direct transmissions from
masters that I have studied with over the last 40
years. Do not hesitate for another moment. Join
the Qi Gong Inner Circle today!
www.qigonginnercircle.com

I wish you the best in your health, wealth and
happiness!

We will stay healthy, wealthy and happy if we
stick together.

Dr. Wu Dhi
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Is Astrology Real? The Church Says No!

January 14th, 2015

It was the day before Christmas. I was having
lunch with a group of well-known astrologers that
came to Miami for the images and decided
to stay until the New Year. We all went to lunch
to celebrate Ray’s birthday. He flew in from
Arizona for his solar return. We all have a solar
return every year around our birthday. It‘s when
the sun comes to the exact degree that it was at
the moment we were born. Astrologers find this
important and, supposedly, where you are
physically at that time of your birthday will
affect your entire year. I blogged about this a
few weeks ago.

If you thought astrology was just something you
checked on now and then in the newspaper as an
amusement, there is far more to it. Astrology is a
science of looking at cycles. It’s the study of
the influence of stars and planets on our lives.
The position of the sun, stars, moon and planets
at the time of your birth is said to shape your
entire personality, affect your romantic
relationships and predict your economic fortunes.

Some people live their lives according to their
astrology chart but not me. I use it as a tool to
help look at what the possibilities are and then
make my choices with a little more accuracy. I
once heard the statement, “The map is not the
territory”. That’s true. But, a map is useful to
know where you are and where you are going. The
more choices you have, the greater your
possibilities are for your growth and expansion in
life.

When someone limits your choices, it’s usually for
their gain and your enslavement. It makes no
difference if it is with your food, the medicine
you can get, or the unjust laws limiting your
freedom. The more possibilities you have, the more
open you become. When choices are limited, you
close down mentally, physically and spiritually.
But, you can learn to heighten your awareness
through meditation and internal exercises. This
will open up your awareness and make more room to
choose, attend, and reflect, and new possibilities
open up.

Don’t be restricted by the collective
consciousness. Join me and the members of the Qi
Gong Inner Circle www.qigonginnercircle.com and I
promise you more exciting possibilities in your
life.

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

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