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Why Oh Why Qi Gong?

April 30th, 2015

Hundreds of thousands of people are doing it, but
why?

People are on a constant search for methods that
can help them stay healthy and disease-free, and
they end up trying anything and everything that
they could find information on. Qi Gong is a
practice that has gained popularity around the
globe, and the primary reason for this is it works
and is producing some awesome results for people.
For those of you wondering what Qi Gong exactly
is, it is an exercise, a meditation, a breathing
technique, and a lifestyle. It has health benefits
and treatments which work by creating balance in
our body, mind, and spirit. The Chinese discovered
and perfected Qi Gong over thousands of years. It
is an internal exercise that builds power,
strength, and calmness all at the same time. Most
of the world knows about energy work, internal
exercises, and Qi Gong, but here in the USA, it’s
discounted as hogwash. It makes me laugh that the
country that I live in has the worst health ever.
Most people are way overweight, have way too many
drugs in their system, and eat the worst diet you
could imagine. We hardly know anything about
staying healthy. Yet, in China, Japan, Korea, and
Taiwan, anti-aging techniques that promote
longevity have been practiced for hundreds of
years.

When I was in China, I got up at 4:30 AM and went
down to the park to practice and train as I always
do. To my amazement, there were thousands of
people in the park practicing. Right now, it seems
to be one of the best healing exercises that one
can find, and it recharges you to get back on your
feet and live your life smooth and healthy without
any problems. Qi Gong has many qualities, and one
of the most important aspects is that it is
completely organic, and the process is known to
free your body of all the negative energies, and
removes imbalances allowing the body to function
efficiently. The advantage of Qi Gong is that it
can be practiced by people of all age groups, and
it is a treatment plan that has no side effects.
As you practice, you only get better, healthier,
and younger. However, there is one thing that you
need to understand about Qi Gong – it isn’t an
intellectual process or just mental masturbation.
Qi Gong needs to be practiced and trained into the
body. Every hour you put into your practice will
give you more life, more vitality, and change you
from the inside out.

We have seen people searching for alternate cancer
treatments and take up many trials hoping to see
results. Some people get lucky and many others
fail to achieve the results they are looking for.
So, what do you do next? Educate. Practice. Be
consistent. Never stop training even if you are a
150 years young.

Now that you know that Qi Gong will change your
life and give you the edge over most of the
population, it is time to get started. Order the
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It will cost you less than that cup of coffee you
have every morning and will make you better than
you already are.

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

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How Can Qi Gong Keep You Young?

April 27th, 2015

images-1I learned about Qi Gong in the late seventies. I
was living in Michigan and practicing Aikido, a
wonderful Japanese martial art. Aikido is often
translated as the way of unifying with life
energy, or as the way of harmonious spirit. It was
my Aikido instructor who turned me to Qi Gong. He
said this would be a good technique to learn for
my grounding, centering, and healing practices, so
I checked it out, and it blew me away. I used my
training in the martial arts as a foundation for
all my training in meditation, Qi Gong, Shen Gong,
Nei Gong, Medical Qi Gong, and all healing
practices.

If you have been trained in a system for years,
you develop an internal energy like a sixth sense,
and then, when you learn a different system, you
plug into the energy much quicker than a newbie
would. The energy pours in to your body at a
lightning speed, and that’s how it was for me. You
also develop an energy body that can only get
better, but you must continue to train. Students
have reported to me that the Recharging Qi Gong
program has made them stronger, more flexible, and
has increased their overall energy. You don’t have
to be a martial artist to practice these Medical
Qi Gong exercises, but having a good foundation
will only quicken the process for you.

Keep on training, learning, and be open to all.
Don’t allow your mind to assume that you already
know something, and there is nothing else you need
to grow. Growth is constant. Growth is necessary.
As soon as you stop growing and learning, a part
of you will close down and die. We are similar to
a plant such that we are either growing or dying.
As we develop insight, our awareness also
develops, and we grow beyond our limitations. This
is what training will do for you. I often refer to
this statement, “He who fails to train trains to
fail.” Your training and practice will change you.
Let it be your medicine and keep you healthy,
young and prosperous.

The Recharging Qi Gong program will enhance your
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I wish you the best in your Health, Wealth, and
Happiness!

Dr. Wu Dhi

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How to have Sex as Often as You Want

April 22nd, 2015

It was around two thousand years ago when the
Chinese Daoists were writing about sex. They
regarded lovemaking as a necessary element of our
physical and mental well-being. I find it
interesting that the Westerner’s attitude towards
erotic pictures is called pornography. This
doesn’t happen in China or Japan where there are
no restrictions or censorship. Although the
Chinese culture is modest for the most part, they
have been very open to the real reasons of sex and
lovemaking without any influence from the Church
or pharmaceutical companies. Sex is normal and
doesn’t have the underlined first sin attached to
it, or for that matter, any other incriminating
behavior.

Sex is useful, enjoyable, and necessary. It keeps
our DNA living as we pass our seeds down to the
future of our humanity. Sex also has many health
benefits that you need to learn. In the occidental
societies, we have been influenced by many
religions making our sexual life dirty, and we are
made to believe that we should be ashamed of our
sexuality. In public, ejaculation is never talked
about and is frowned upon. We never talk about it
but, ejaculation is normally practiced at home,
and even by the churchgoers who try to keep their
lovelife a hush. Hush are blowing their rocks
every opportunity they can.

The Chinese believe that excessive ejaculation can
injure your health, and age you long before your
time. After the age of 40 or 50, a man must be
very careful not to force ejaculation. The Chinese
Taoist taught that orgasm and ejaculation were not
one and the same. Calling ejaculation the climax
of pleasure is really just a harmful habit. Not
saying one should stop making love but, there is a
need to relearn lovemaking techniques so you get
energy from it and never drain your energy. Most
of us have never studied sex as a health benefit,
and never took a course in being a better lover.

You can see that most men don’t have a clue, and
think love making is about their cumming and
going. Well, guys wake up! You can be a better
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Transform your inner beast into raw power and
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I wish you the best in your Health, Wealth, and
Happiness!

Dr. Wu Dhi

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What Is The Big Difference Between Feminine And Masculine Sexuality? (Part III)

April 20th, 2015

imagesSex is our way of achieving immortality. It is the
way we leave our DNA on this planet. We are all
direct results of sex. Our sex drive is closely
linked with our desire to live. Our sex drive
affects our nervous system, breathing, circulation
system, digestive function, muscles, and
reproductive system.

In the Chinese system of health care, the water
element plays a big role in our sexual activity.
It rules the kidneys and the bladder. Our sex
organs are no different than any other organ in
our body, and have to be nurtured and cared for
just like our heart, kidneys, liver, lungs, and spleen.

How healthy are you inside? We go to the gym, play
sports, and build muscles, but what do you do for
your organs? What have you been doing for your sex
organ? Just playing with it? Well, it is high time
that you do a redo on your sex item, and learn how
to be the lover you always wanted to be. Pick up
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I wish you the best in your Health, Wealth, and
Happiness!

Dr. Wu Dhi

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What Is The Big Difference Between Feminine And Masculine Sexuality? (Part II)

April 17th, 2015

There is a multitude of causes that lead to an
unhealthy, unhappy, and unfulfilling relationship,
and SEX is the #1 cause. In the last blog I shared
with you, I wrote about how to know when a woman
is aroused images-1. The more sensitive you are
to the signs of your mate, the more successful you
will be at becoming a master in the bedroom.

Here is another clue to look for before you jump
into deep waters over your head.

Pay attention to the Five Desires:

1.Look for short, shallow breathing, and a rapid
pulse.
2.Your awareness must open to what is at hand. A
soft touch to stimulate her can make a world of
differences.
3.When a woman approaches the peak of passion,
her entire body will shake and will pull you
close.
4.Her body will spontaneously break out in a
sweat.
5. This will occur only in a state of extreme
passion and pleasure beyond normal orgasm. The
woman’s body straightens and grows rigid, her eyes
closed, and she clamps her thighs tightly together
around the man.

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arouse the woman, how to detect the signs of her
arousal and her intentions, and how to delay
ejaculation plus a lot more.

Don’t lose out when it comes to your lovelife.
Learn, enjoy, and be the Master of Amor. Keep your
tool sharp, your mind open, and keep her smiling.

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

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without practice is dead.” In Dr. Wu Dhi’s Sexual
Qi Gong program, you will learn and practice to be
the best lover.

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What Is The Big Difference Between Feminine And Masculine Sexuality? (Part I)

April 16th, 2015

Our sex urge is the strongest of all motivating
forces in man. If it weren’t, we would all have
been gone by now. Every normal healthy man and
woman wants satisfying sex. Here lies the problem.
Women are like water, slow to bring to the boil
and slow to cool down. On the other hand, men are
like fire, easy to get excited and quick to cool
down. If you put a fire stick in water, it will
quickly be quenched but, if you slowly warm the
water, soon it will come to a boil, and then turn
to steam, and steam will drive a locomotive.
Women like slowness and long lovemaking sessions.

Do you remember the song by The Pointer Sisters?

I want a man with a slow hand
I want a lover with an easy touch
I want somebody who will spend some time
Not come and go in a heated rush
I want somebody who will understand
When it comes to love, I want a slow hand

That song is the key to a successful love affair.
The Daoists knew the importance of warming and
nurturing your mate through foreplay to arouse the
energy. When a man can bring his mate through the
five signs of a woman’s arousal, he becomes an
excellent mate and lover.

How can you know when a woman is aroused sexually?
There are five important signs to look for that
will open up the 5 elements:

1.When ones face becomes flushed, this indicates
the opening of the fire element and the arrival of
Heart Qi.
2.Hardening of her nipples, slight sweating
around her nose, and the moist eyes with a soft
expression indicate the opening of the wood
element and the arrival of Liver Qi.
3.The lips become dry and the throat becomes
parched, indicating arrival of Lung Qi and the
opening of the metal element.
4.She will start to press her body close to the
man’s body. Then, the moistness of the vagina will
come indicating the arrival of Spleen Qi and the
opening of the earth element.
5.Extreme moistness of the vagina with dripping
of thick, viscous fluid indicates the arrival of
Kidney Qi and the opening of the water element.

These sexual secrets, for the most part, are not
talked about, and most couples don’t have a clue
how to cultivate their own sexual energy or their
mates.

Want to learn? Of course you do.

I spent years studying and practicing the Daoist
and Buddhist lovemaking secrets. Now, you can
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unlock all of your sexual blocks, desires and
freedoms. Don’t allow your lovemaking to be a
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But wait, there is much more! Are you aware of the
Five Desires? I bet not! I share them with you
in my next blog. Make sure you don’t miss it!

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

P.S. Our sexual energy is the key to longevity and
good health.

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A Test that may save your life

April 13th, 2015

Wouldn’t you like to know exactly what diseases
are brewing in your body? Wouldn’t you like to
identify what types of therapies, diet, and
supplements could remove disease from your body?
Computer Regulation Thermography (CRT) is the
answer.

This week, Dr. Carola Cuenca will be at my office
in Aventura, Florida testing patients. This
technology is used in most state-of-the-art
clinics all through Europe to evaluate overall
health and wellness. CRT is a dynamic and
innovative way to track your autonomic nervous
system and blood flow responses, pinpointing areas
of congestion, potential cyst formation, blocked
energy flows, and poor circulation. The scan
provides a dynamic multi-page report that is
designed to discover what is impeding the health
of organs, glands, and tissues. It also includes
a comprehensive breast tissue analysis for a view
of your overall breast health with suggestions to
minimize uncomfortable cysts and tumors. Another
very important component in your health picture is
your overall dental health, and the CRT test will
provide a complete dental screening of the health
of each individual tooth and gum area.

Computer Regulation Thermography scan is much more
comprehensive than camera or computer versions
popular in American clinics. Simply using a camera
to capture an infrared heat photograph of the body
doesn’t convey enough information for change. The
CRT scan evaluates circulation, lymphatic
congestion, breast health, glands, teeth, organ
function, and even structural stress.

This is the future of medical testing. Don’t wait
for your doctor to order a test or wait for your
insurance company to approve a test. Take
responsibility for your health and know what’s
going on in your body way before anything ever
happens. There are over 1,500 physicians in
Europe using Computer Regulation Thermography.

All diseases, illnesses, and symptoms occur
because there are imbalances in some part of your
system, and it’s always related to changes in
tissues and organs. CRT identifies the imbalances
or conditions that will eventually lead to a
disease. This allows you to make changes in your
diet, exercise, and lifestyle long before anything
happens to you.

To schedule your appointment, call my office today
305-407-0120. Dr. Cuenca will be testing patients
from April 16th to 21st of April. There are only
18 appointments available and I have booked 4
appointments so far, that means we only have 8
left. Don’t delay. Call today and get tested.

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

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Reverse Memory Loss

April 10th, 2015

imagesWe all want to stay young for as long as we can.
We go to the gym, eat a healthy diet, take
vitamins, and try to avoid getting hurt. But, what
about our brain?

Many people find that their memory is beginning to
slip as they age. First, little things like, not
remembering where you put your keys or where you
parked the car. And, before you know it, things
become worse. Memory loss isn’t a pretty thing. I
have friends who are 20 years younger than me, and
they are forgetting the words they want to use in
a conversation, are asking the same questions over
and over, and telling me the same story they told
me just yesterday. Worse, they are starting to
repeat tasks that they had already completed
previously. All these are signs of memory loss. I
know we all forget things from time to time but,
if that is happening to you on a regular basis,
it’s high time that you start going to the brain
gym. There are a few things I do daily to keep my
brain strong, sharp, and healthy that works well.

1. Stay organized. Use calendars, make notes, and
plan your days out the night before.
2. Stay positive. Remind yourself that you have a
great mind. Self-talk is important. Whatever you
are saying to yourself, no matter if it’s “I have
a great memory” or “I have a poor memory”, it is
true!
3. Take the time to learn new things. The more new
possibilities you can introduce into your body and
mind, the sharper you will become.
4.Engage as many of your senses as you can while
learning. You want to visualize what you want,
hear it, dance it, smell it, and even taste it. It
gets creative with this one, and you will activate
your mind.
5. Try new foods.
6. Look at different ways of doing things.
7. Stay socially active.

I have patients whose memory was getting worse.
They were suffering from what they told me was CRS
(Can’t Remember Shit). I started them out on a Qi
Gong program that they never tried or even heard
of, and with 60 short days of practice, their
energy and memory improved significantly. You may
be asking yourself how could Qi gong improve their
memory? The good news is that, in many instances,
memory loss is merely a matter of focus, and
that’s where Qi Gong can improve memory. It is a
practice that enhances our ability to focus. And
as we move the Qi in our body, it enhances the
blood flow to all of our organs and especially the
brain.

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

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Are You spoiled ?

April 8th, 2015

Last night, I had dinner with on old friend in a
charming little place near the beach. The
restaurant had a European flair to it. All the
tables had a candle burning with a soft blue glow.
The waiters were very friendly and they knew the
menu well and told us what to order and what to
stay away from. There was always someone watching
our table to attend to our every need. In the
background, there were 3 musicians, a violin, and
a cello playing softly. You would think this would
have been a very romantic experience. Well, it
wasn’imagest. Her grandson came along and pouted through
the entire meal that you would have thought he was
5 or 6, but this young man was well into his
twenties. First, he complained about his parents,
and then his grandparent, and how they all had
problems and should fix their own problems and
leave him alone. Then, he went silent and refused
to speak for the rest of the meal. And out of
nowhere, he spoke up and said to his grandmother,
“Oh please, please, please, can I stay at your
beach house for the weekend? If that happened
when I was a kid, I would have lost a few teeth.
This spoiled kid is in his last year of college,
and claims that he is only going to school to
please his mother and grandmother, and how it’s
just a waste of his time and energy. Then, he made
another about-face and told me that he carried a
4.0 average and was working with some of the most
talented professors on the planet. You could see
that this young man was tormented from the inside
out.

In our Western world of medicine, he would
probably be diagnosed as a bipolar or
schizophrenic. Looking at his situation from a
Daoist perspective, one has to look into different
dimensions. We live in a multi-dimensional reality
with the spirit world. Believe me or not, it
exists. Encounters with the spiritual entities can
either prove to be positive and uplifting or
negative. A positive encounter can include
inspirations, divine guidance, and even warn you
of danger. The negative encounters can include
spirit oppression, psychic attacks, and even
energy vampiring. The spirit world can affect our
body, energy, and mind as well as an individual’s
thoughts, desires, and feelings through the
conscious and subconscious energetic interactions
of the person’s spiritual state. These emotions
stem from our natural interaction with the spirit
world, and even if we try, spirits can’t be
totally repressed. We are continually being
directed and redirected without being aware of it.
The challenge is waking up from our unconscious
behaviors and ousting out the negative spirits.
Our conscious mind is either going in a positive
direction or a negative one, which will show up as
either healthy or diseased.

Later that same evening, I learned that the young
man is highly creative and intelligent, and was
ridiculed as a boy, and punished quite severely.
Or at least, he thought he was.

We all have unnecessary baggage, and even a
skeleton or two hidden in our closets that we
carry around for most of our life. That’s until we
clear it and decide to get on with life. Take
responsibility for your own situation, eliminate
the three poisons of Worry, Struggle and Blame,
and free yourself.

In the Internal Mantra program, I explain the
How-to-Free-Yourself and regain your personal
power. The good news is you can order today and
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I wish you the best in your Health, Wealth and
Happiness!

Dr. Wu Dhi

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Training your Internal Channels

April 6th, 2015

I am in Tampa for a few days, working with a group
of Qi Gong practitioners in a 3-day intensive
training. Whenever we take a few days out of our
lives just to train, the benefits are incredible.
You can go much deeper in your practice when
working with a group, and open to a new energy
that have always been available to you. You just
need to tap into it and cultivate the Qi. When we
are training, it activates the core channel or Tai
Qi pull and fills the cauldron. That’s where we
store the energy.

Although I practice every day, and train for an
hour or two, sometimes even longer, it’s a lot
different when you work with a group. There is a
massive amount of Qi generated and you are
latterly swimming in a sea of Qi. When you are in
training, everyone is working hard to move the Qi.
You pull in much more energy than you would be
able to do on your own. All you have to do is open
up to the energy and you will be able to absorb
massive amounts of Qi. The key is to be able to
store Qi in your lower belly, also called the Dan
Tian, or the cauldron. This is similar to building
the spiritual digestive system.

I found it easier when you start by moving the
energy into the cauldron. Imagine that you have a
ball of white light in your lower belly and let
that ball start to slowly roll. As it turns, allow
it to pull in more energy and start to heat up,
pulling in Qi from the bottom of your feet and the
top of your head. Keep the ball rolling in a
clockwise direction for 3 minutes. Then, stop,
relax, and reverse the direction of the ball,
continuing to pull in more and more energy.
Afterwards, stop the ball, and feel the energy
growing in the lower belly. You can use the energy
of the cultivated Qi.

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

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