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Some People Just Don’t Age Well

July 8th, 2015

I was back in my hometown last week and stopped at
one of my favorite Greek restaurants. Michigan has
a big Greek population and the food is great. I
was sitting with a few friends, enjoying some
treats that I haven’t had in quite a while, and a
couple came up to our table. The woman seemed very
excited to see me, and she gave me a hug and a
kiss. She knew me by name and asked all about my
family. I was somewhat embarrassed as I didn’t
have a clue who she was. She didn’t even look a
little bit familiar to me, and yet, she was going
on about how nice it was to see me. It seems she
went to high school with me. She even knew my
parents, my ex-wife, and asked about my kids by
name. I still didn’t have any idea who she was.
Then, she introduced her husband to me. I guess
she saw the surprised look on my face and realized
I didn’t recognize her. We talked for a few
minutes. She told me that they come to this Greek
restaurant at least a few times a week, and both
she and her husband enjoy eating, drinking and
playing cards. They were both out of shape. They
looked quite old, and their skin even looked old
with no aliveness to it at all.

Sometimes, the years aren’t so kind to people you
could tell that they were not on a health program,
and never were. As we talked and she found out
that I am a doctor, the questions started to fly.
She had a host of problems, and their workout was
with a knife and a fork.

Her situation reminded me of a story I heard a few
years ago.

“A woman was going into a dentist office for the
first time, and she noticed the name of the doctor
on the marquee. She recognized the name as a high
school sweetie she had a huge crush on. She
wondered if he could be the same guy. She was
waiting for about half an hour for the doctor, and
the receptionist finally told her she was next.
She came in and sat down on the doctor’s chair.
The doctor was a distinguished-looking guy with a
big smile on his face. He introduced himself and
was ready to get started. She introduced herself
and asked the doctor, “Did you go to high school
in Detroit, Michigan?” The doctor said yes! “And
did you graduate in 1984?” Again he said yes! “Was
it Mumford High?” Again he said yes, how did you
know? The woman said with a big smile on her face,
“I was in the same school at that time.” The
doctor smiled back and asked her, “What did you
teach? I may have been one of your students.””

Sometimes, people don’t age well, but it doesn’t
have to be that way. When we are young, we tend to
be reckless with our life – overeat, drink, and
take street drugs. I am sure many of us partied
hard, but if you didn’t stop by your mid-twenties,
it affected your internal organs more than you
could imagine. And by your mid-forties, you will
start to feel the effects on your health. You wear
your health on your face as wrinkles and spots
that you would never want in a million years.

I know many people who just didn’t change their
peanut butter-and-jelly diet, and never exercised,
meditated, or changed anything in their life since
elementary school, and are paying for it now.

If you are ready to reverse the damage you may
have done over the years, join me and the members
of the Qi Gong Inner Circle
www.Qigonginnercircle.com. I will work with you to
keeping you healthy, young, and vibrant.

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

Dr. Wu Dhi
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How’s Your Sex life?

July 6th, 2015

I receive calls from patients all day about their
health and well-being. This isn’t anything new for
a busy practice of alternative medicine. This last
week, I received 2 very similar calls from men.
Both of these gentlemen were having trouble with
their sex life. George is 42 years old, and he has
been married for 20 years. He claims he loves his
wife very much, but he no longer has any sexual
interest in her, and he feels horrible. Charles,
49, has been sleeping with Judy off and on for
years, and he also has lost interest. Judy wants
to tie the knot, but Charley doesn’t even want to
kiss her and feels guilty and doesn’t want to
leave her. Both of the guys are feeling guilty,
and they think it’s their fault.

Situations like this happen all the time. One or
the other mate in a relationship no longer wants
to do it with the other one. They feel guilty and
end up closing down or doing something that will
bring them some unwanted aggravation in the
future.

images You just need the proper education and
training, and you can recreate your sex life and
your relationship. How do you get this needed
education? It’s not taught in schools, and what
you learn in the back seat of your dad’s car isn’t
how to make love, that’s part of the problem. You
can go to counselling, but most likely, they are
still working on their own sexual hang-ups.

If you want to learn the real deal and become a
master in the bedroom, pick up a copy of Dr. Wu
Dhi’s Sexual Secrets

http://rechargingqigong.com/sexual-qi-gong.html.

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

P.S. Dr. Wu Dhi’s Sexual Secrets program

http://rechargingqigong.com/sexual-qi-gong.html

has information that you will not find in a book
or on the net. These teachings are what you need.
You just have to practice, and that’s where the
fun comes in.

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Finding a Real Master

July 3rd, 2015

After studying with many masters, gurus, and
yogis, I found a lama that was willing to work
with me. I asked if he would be agreeable to give
me a teaching and the initiation that I have heard
about for years, and would assist me in my work.
After a long interview and many questions about my
background and my intentions, he granted me the
honor of receiving the Medicine or Healing Buddha
empowerment. I was already on the path of a healer
and was doing ‘Polarity Therapy”, a form of energy
work that was developed by Dr. Randolph Stone. I
was convinced that this lama knew more about my
future and past karma than I did, and that’s why
he granted me the teaching.

The Medicine Buddha is said to eliminate not only
pain of diseases but also help in overcoming the
major inner sickness of attachment, hatred,
jealousy, desire, greed, and ignorance. The
ancient teachings say that merely seeing the
Medicine Buddha, or even seeing an image of the
Medicine Buddha, or hearing the name of the
Medicine Buddha, can confer inconceivable
benefits.

“If one meditates on the Medicine Buddha, one will
eventually attain enlightenment, but in the
meantime, one will experience an increase in
healing powers both for oneself and others, and a
decrease in physical and mental illness and
suffering.” -Lama Tashi Namgyal

My introduction to this teaching has led me on a
path of health and healing that changed my life
and those that I come in contact with. The reason
I am telling you this story is that the other day,
I was at a friend’s office and, in his room, he
had a large picture of the healing Buddha hung on
his wall. As I sat there, I could feel the energy,
and it reminded me of the empowerment that I
received years ago. Just seeing a picture of
something, or hearing a sound, or even a smell can
trigger memories of past events both positive and
negative. It is important to have things around
you that trigger positive memories.

In the teaching of the mantra, Om Ma Ni Pad Me
Hum, one can get free of three poisons – Worry,
Struggle, and Blame – that limit all of us. This
is a must-have for your spiritual growth. Order
the Internal Mantra Program

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

Dr. Wu Dhi
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Finding The Real Master

July 3rd, 2015

After studying with many masters, gurus, and yogis, I found a lama that was willing to work with me. I asked if he would be agreeable to give me a teaching and the initiation that I have heard about for years, and would assist me in my work.
After a long interview and many questions about my background and my intentions, he granted me the honor of receiving the Medicine or Healing Buddha empowerment. I was already on the path of a healer and was doing ‘Polarity Therapy”, a form of energy work that was developed by Dr. Randolph Stone. I was convinced that this lama knew more about my future and past karma than I did, and that’s why he granted me the teaching.

The Medicine Buddha is said to eliminate not only pain of diseases but also help in overcoming the major inner sickness of attachment, hatred, jealousy, desire, greed, and ignorance. The ancient teachings say that merely seeing the Medicine Buddha, or even seeing an image of the Medicine Buddha, or hearing the name of the Medicine Buddha, can confer inconceivable benefits.

“If one meditates on the Medicine Buddha, one will eventually attain enlightenment, but in the meantime, one will experience an increase in healing powers both for oneself and others, and a decrease in physical and mental illness and suffering.” -Lama Tashi Namgyal

My introduction to this teaching has led me on a path of health and healing that changed my life and those that I come in contact with. The reason I am telling you this story is that the other day, I was at a friend’s office and, in his room, he had a large picture of the healing Buddha hung on his wall. As I sat there, I could feel the energy, and it reminded me of the empowerment that I received years ago. Just seeing a picture of something, or hearing a sound, or even a smell can trigger memories of past events both positive and negative. It is important to have things around you that trigger positive memories.

In the teaching of the mantra, Om Ma Ni Pad Me Hum, one can get free of three poisons – Worry, Struggle, and Blame – that limit all of us. This is a must-have for your spiritual growth. Order the Internal Mantra Program http://www.on2url.com/lnk?MTQzNzQ2OXwxMDQ5MzQwMzc2fHM9MQ%3D%3D

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

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Moms are Forever

July 3rd, 2015

imagesIt was Friday when I got a call from my cousin,
Suzie. She lives in California and asked me where
my mother was. I told her Mom’s at home, and then
I called her…. No answer! I just talked to my
mother on Thursday night, where could she be? I
usually call her every evening around seven o
‘clock just to check in and see how her day went.
No answer! I called the hospital, and there she
was.

“Hi Mom, what’s going on?”

She said she wasn’t feeling well, so she called an
ambulance and they are looking her over.

“Good, how are you now?”

“Okay! But, tired.”

I asked her, “Should I fly in?”

She said, “Don’t be silly, I am OK.”

Shortly after, I received a call from my
daughter-in-law, and then, moments later, my
friend, Linda, called. And they said, “Come home
now.”

Mom’s 95 years old, and she handled things quite
well. She lived on her own, cooked, shopped, went
on walks daily, drank at least 2 quarts of water a
day, and read 2 or 3 novels a week. She did very
well on her own, and she always did. Independence
had always been her middle name. She was in charge
of herself and everything she did. If you asked
anyone in the family or any of her friends, they
will tell you that she knew exactly what she
wanted and made no bones about it. If Mom said she
was going to do something, she did it!

There was a little tale that she told now and then
to let you know where she stood…

“When I was younger, if I didn’t like something
someone was saying or doing, I’d just say, that’s
Bullshit. Then, I was sent off to charm school and
learned to never say Bullshit as it wasn’t
lady-like. They told me if I didn’t care for what
someone was doing or saying to just say,
Charming.”

Often, you would hear mom talking to someone on
the phone or in a business meeting, and you would
hear her say, “That’s just charming.” This would
bring a smile to my face as I always knew just
what she meant.

I flew in to Detroit on Saturday and went right to
the hospital. She seemed to be fine. In fact,
after a few hours of visiting, she sent me away
and wanted to make sure I ate dinner. When I
called Sunday morning, they said she had been
moved to Intensive Care Unit (ICU). When I got to
the hospital, Mom asked me to sit down. She told
me that today would be her last day on earth, and
she refused all medicines as she wanted to be
awake for this one. Then, she called my son in
Arizona to say goodbye.

He asked, “Grandma, is there anything that I
should do?”

“Yes. Plant a tree in my name, and call it Betty
Boop.”

Afterwards, she asked all the children and great
grandchildren to come in the room and asked them
if they knew what was happening. Mom explained
that death was just another part of life, and we
all have to go through it. The last thing she said
to everyone was that she needed some private time.

And, she was gone within an hour.

Mother was in charge right up to the very end.

I miss her. She was one of the awakened ones.

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

P.S. If you’d like to see the memorial service,
you may visit www.dorfmanchapel.com and look for
Elizabeth Swartz.

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