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Who are You feeding this Year?

December 30th, 2015

Who are You feeding this Year?

Every year, around the holidays, we seem to eat

more, drink more, and socialize more than any

Are you feeding your good or bad wolf?

Are you feeding your good or bad wolf?

other time. It’s the season to be jolly and visit

friends and family. But there is more than food

that we eat for nourishment. Long ago, I heard

this story…

There was an old Cherokee Indian teaching about

life to his grandson. “A fight is going on inside

me,” he said to the boy. “It is a terrible fight

and it is between two wolves. One is evil – he is

anger, envy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance,

self-pity, guilt, resentment, inferiority, lies,

false pride, superiority, and ego.” He continued,

“The other is good – he is joy, peace, love, hope,

serenity, humility, kindness, benevolence,

empathy, generosity, truth, compassion, and faith.

The same fight is going on inside you – and inside

every other person, too.”

The grandson thought about it for a minute and

then asked his grandfather, “Which wolf will win?”

The old Cherokee simply replied, “The one you



choice. Change is always possible. The first step

is to have a clear understanding of what’s going

on. If you have been feeding the evil wolf, vow to

change it. Habits are tough to break, and changing

them requires something that we forget to practice

– Patience.

Our lives are a series of ongoing classroom

discussions where everyone is our teacher and

every situation contains a lesson for us. As you

develop patience, you will see the lessons more

clearly and learn life’s lessons quicker. It’s

called AWARENESS! A lesson will keep repeating

itself until you learn it. Wake up, smell the

roses, and your life will improve by leaps and

bounds overnight. Never let a lesson slip by. It

will be back with a vengeance quicker than you can


Learn the internal exercises, how to meditate, and

the benefits of alternative medicine. How? Join me

and the members of the Qi Gong Inner Circle, and

I’ll guide you through A PROCESS OF LESSONS to

make your life better. 

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


Dr. Wu Dhi

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Full Moon Christmas

December 27th, 2015

Full Moon Christmas

Christmas Full Moon. This will not happen again for 19 years.

Magic is in the air. It’s Christmas and the full

Christmas Full Moon

Christmas Full Moon. This will not happen again for 19 years.

Enjoy the double energy rush. The moon is assigned
the number 9. This year, when we add up the
numbers 12.25.2015, we also end in the number 9;
(18 – 1+8 = 9). Nine is the culmination of all the
numbers before it, representing the Enneagram in
sacred geometry, a threshold between the material
world and that of spirit. Nine is the
peacemaker because it is more devoted to the quest
for internal and external peace. Nine is the
number of “spiritual seekers” who connect with the
cosmos as well as with other people. Nine is
mystery itself, and this moon is full with the
promise of all that has been brewing during 2015.
In Taoist system, the number 9 is the luckiest
and, according to the Taoist teacher, Michel Winn,
there are 9 essential principles of Tao

1. Surrender: If we trust and surrender to the Life
Force (Chi or Qi Field), the Life Force will flow
into our body-mind. The Life Force supports us to
effortlessly unfold who we truly are. Surrender is
the prerequisite to expressing the highest level
of our individual freewill and creativity. The
central challenge our ordinary ego-personality
(heart-mind or “xin” in Chinese) faces is the
separation, fragmentation, and dispersion of our
underlying soul essence. Cloudy and reactive
emotions, poor sexual habits, bad diet, shallow
breathing, self-judgments, negative thinking, and
rejection of the spiritual nature of our physical
body results in struggle, disease, suffering, and
unhappy feeling of incompletion in life. Our
resistance to life is what kills us.
Self-cultivation teaches us to let go of our
resistance to the Life Force.

2. Harmony: The Life Force is about process. It is
made of three streams of vast, flowing
consciousness or chi that harmonizes all life:
negative-receptive-female (Yin),
positive-creative-male (Yang), and
neutral-stabilizing-primordial (Yuan). This chi
field is all-penetrating, yet remains neutral or
paradoxically still even as it moves. Likewise,
our soul rests in stillness while the Life Force
moves in Yin-Yang and Five Phase (element) cycles
through our essence. These flowing cycles/seasons
offer a simple and perfect mirroring between our
changing inner thoughts, feelings, perceptions,
and the outer action of Nature. Taoist qigong is
the process of communicating with the Life Force.
Qigong trains us to speak the language of subtle
energy or chi. We learn practical ways to
harmonize the three currents of chi flowing
amongst our self, our community, and nature.

3. Simplicity: On the outside, life is very complex.
On the inside, it is very simple. The Inner Smile
is the Tao path of simplicity. It’s simple when
you open the heart of your soul to unconditionally
accept first your own body-mind. Second phase is
to accept everything “Other” as part of a unified,
flowing essence of the Life Force. The Inner Smile
is the simplest way to keep your path
heart-centered. This simple, continuous act of
acceptance ends all separation and loneliness,
causing a soul peace to arise within our
personality. Our path in each moment is to allow
our smiling presence to embrace life’s wonderful
complexity. It is this simple foundation of
smiling, unconditional acceptance that allows all
spiritual qualities such as love, kindness,
compassion and forgiveness to unfold

4. Grounding: Taoist qigong & meditation fuse our ego
into a strong, grounded, integrated whole. Qigong
allows our heart-mind and physical body to achieve
optimum health. Meditation merges our personality
and body with our soul or “ling”. This “whole-body
enlightenment” can be achieved while living an
ordinary life in a physical body. Being centered
in life means being grounded, physically and

5. Integrity: Qigong (chi kung) movement exercises
and meditation (neigong or nei kung) are two main
pillars of Tao self-cultivation. They empower a
third pillar – the expression of personal
integrity or innate spiritual virtue (“de”) in
daily life. Study of the I Ching (Book of
Unchanging Changes), feng shui, Chinese astrology,
the outer elixirs of Chinese medicine (massage,
nutrition, herbology), sexual energy cultivation,
and self-expression through creative arts complete
the eight pillars of our personal Tao or “Way”.
Together, these eight offer us practical skills to
grow the central ninth pillar, and realize our
soul’s highest destiny, our integration with the
Great Tao.

6. Sexual Sagehood: Our volatile male-female
sexuality is reflected in the polar split between
the two halves of our soul, the Heaven-formless
spirit and Earth-form sexually embodied aspect.
But sex is our soul’s secret alchemical elixir. If
we know how to tap our sexual volatility, we can
quickly transform spiritually. Taoist sexual
practice with a partner and solo meditative inner
sexual alchemy both use our tangible sexual
essence to “capture” and crystallize the invisible
essence of our spirit. This union of our sexual
and spiritual selves births a “third self” – an
androgynous, bi-sexual Inner Sage that manifests
our immortal, non-dual Original Nature. Our Inner
Sage is able to embody non-dual energy (yuan chi)
while present in a sexually polarized male or
female body, and simultaneously express our unique
individual will.

7. Transformation: The core Taoist spiritual practice
is Internal Alchemy (neidan gong). Alchemy is
transformation, the process of speeding up
internal change. Both science and art, this
meditative process offers a heart-centered
systematic method to transform the apparent
spirit-matter split within a single lifetime.
Inside every human being lives a mystical trinity.
In the West, this trinity might be called
body-mind-spirit, but their meaning is vague. In
Taoism, the trinity is jing-chii-shen, with very
precise meaning. Alchemical meditation speeds up
the transformations between sexual essence
(“jing”), subtle breath (“chi”), and
intelligence-spirit (“shen”). The three are really
the same, but vibrating at different speeds to
give our soul greater freedom of expression.

8. Immortality: Tao inner alchemy offers Seven
Alchemy Formulas for Eternal Life. These seven
stages are a practical map to spiritually rebirth
the mortal self into an immortal consciousness
that continues functioning after death. This is
not a quest for physical immortality. Ordinary
souls dissolve after death. Enlightened souls hold
enough integrity to reincarnate consciously, a
kind of soul immortality. Spiritual immortality is
the stage beyond enlightenment. It allows us to
complete the natural process of soul individuation
that is happening in both our Lesser
Self/personality as well as our cosmic Greater
Self. Spiritual Immortality is nature’s way to
allow the most worthy individual beings to
participate in the ongoing creation of the divine

9. Spontaneity: Every soul seeks two things. One, to
complete its unique worldly destiny. Two, to
achieve a high spiritual destiny of consciously
merging back into its Original Spirit. But destiny
is not a fixed or pre-determined path. There is
only the effortless, spontaneous unfolding of each
moment (“wuwei”). The Supreme Mystery (Wuji) that
births the Life Force will always remain
unknowable and unpredictable, even as we gradually
merge with the vastness of the Tao. This central
Mystery lives in the core of our inner self and
keeps all life eternally fresh, joyful, and

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

P.S. A very Merry Christmas to you. Thank you for
all your love and support.

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December 23rd, 2015


It’s now the first day of winter. The holiday
season is here! There is a Santa Claus to be found
in every corner, ringing his bell. The churches
are in full glory, preaching the Scripture of the
birth of Christ. It’s a glorious holiday season,

Is the scripture for real?

Is the scripture for real?

but there is a danger in the scriptures. All
religious scriptures are the documents of someone
else’s experience of their god; it’s not your
experience, it’s someone else’s. Even if the good
book is an exciting story and inspires you, it’s
NOT the same as experiencing it yourself.

We all have different experience with love and
romance and what we call love and feel from our
expression of love. Everyone has a different
experience of what love is and does. “Romeo and
Juliet” was a beautiful love story, but it’s not
mine or yours. We all have a different expression
that makes up our life. It’s the same with our
experience of God. Maybe we had an experience with
the Buddha, Jesus, Mohammed, or an awakening from
a personal experience that opened us up. I have
many patients that have had a trauma from an
illness that has awakened them up and changed
their life forever. This happens to many cancer
survivors; they change their diet, the way they
think and act, and their belief structure. Insight
comes to people in a multitude of ways and, then,
they are not their old selves, whoever they were.
Remember the world’s religions are not at war with
each other. At the heart of all religions, you
will find love and compassion. Never limit
yourself by what you have read, no matter whose
holy book it is. The dogma of a religious
organization can actually limit your own spiritual
growth. Be open and loving, and forgive others.

“Do all the good you can
By all the means you can
In all the ways you can,
In all the places you can,
To all the people you can,
As long as you can.”
— John Wesley

And make that your religion.

I wish you a beautiful winter season with love in
your heart, for yourself and for others.

Health, Wealth, and Happiness.

Dr. Wu Dhi

P.S. I’ll be revamping the Qi Gong Inner Circle
over the holidays and you will be receiving new
great stuff all through 2016. If you aren’t a part
of our Qi Gong Inner Circle, join us today

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Are You Shocked? Or Are You Shocking?

December 21st, 2015
Are you shocked or shocking

Are you shocked or shocking

Are You Shocked? Or Are You Shocking?

I have 6 new bamboos planted at my new house. They
are doing well for the most part, although the
black bamboo seemed to lose its leaves. I think it was


I called
the landscaper and, he said, “Your bamboo most
likely went into shock. Keep watering it and
fertilize in 2 weeks. Like everything in the
animal and plant kingdom, it doesn’t like to be
moved, no matter if it’s a new home, a new city,
or being replanted in a new pot.”

We feel uncomfortable with a change in our natural
habitat or environment. The bamboo plants got
disturbed when they were transplanted to a new
location and a different landscape.( Shocked)!  This lead
to transplant shock. Sometimes, this shock
or stress is mild while, other times, it is so
prominent causing plants to lose all its leaves or
die. This can be costly and frustrating indeed.
They say transplant shock generally happens due to
damage caused to the roots. As a result of
relocating, a plant can lose major nutrients, and
ultimately goes into shock. This can happen to us
as well. Change to If we are not rooted in our practice,
like yoga, meditation, or Qi Gong, we lose our
rooting and, the next thing is we go into some
kind of shock. The reason I harp on the importance
of practice and training all the time is it gives
you the proper foundation and rooting. This will
keep you grounded and rooted. The more you are
rooted in your practice, the stronger you are. If
you get transplanted at work, in your
relationship, or moved for one reason or another,
you have your foundation well rooted inside. The
external circumstances will not shake the leaves
off your tree. Why? Because you have strong
internal root system, and things will not be able
to shake you no matter how strong, or you will
only feel a small bump in the road before you
recover. The key is practice and practice and
practice until you have built a strong foundation
with big enough roots that nothing, no one, not
anything will shake you.

Get the Recharging Qi Gong program and grow BIG

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

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What ya Doing for the Winter Solstice?

December 21st, 2015
The Winter Solstice:

The Winter Solstice:

What Ya Doing for the  Winter Solstice?

We will be moving into winter in a few days. The

Winter Solstice is the shortest day of the year.

In China, the Dōngzhì Festival which

literally means “the extreme of winter” is

celebrated on the Winter Solstice, and is one of

the most important festivals celebrated by the

Chinese. This year, it falls on December 22. The

origins of this festival can be traced back to the

yin and yang philosophy of balance and harmony in

the universe. The original concept of yin and yang

came from the observation of nature and the

environment. “Yin” originally referred to the

shady side of a slope while “yang” referred to the

sunny side. Some examples include heaven and

earth, day and night, water and fire, active and

passive, male and female, and hot and cold. All

things have yin and yang properties.

The Solstice is celebrated by many cultures all

over the world, and there are temples dedicated to

it, the Stonehenge being one of them. After this

celebration, there will be days with longer

daylight hours, therefore, an increase in positive

energy flowing. I will be doing my practices more

intensely from today until the New Year as well as

increasing my Yin Qi gong practices until spring.

Every time the season changes, I do an anti-aging

program to improve my overall health and

happiness. That means that every 3 months, I’ll do

a special something aside from my daily health

regimen to stay in good shape, dis-ease free,

young, and agile. I might begin a new meditation,

or change my diet to only eat fruit or raw foods

for a week. Sometimes, I’ll do a cleansing and

detox my system, or get a colonic. I do see

conventional doctors now and then just to make

sure all is running smoothly, and I get my blood

tested, and see my dentist regularly. It’s

important to keep tabs on your health mentally,

physically, and spiritually. I suggest that you

start journaling to see if your health is getting

better or worse and make the right choices to stay

on a healthy program. I took the ALCAT test to see

what foods I can’t tolerate and changed my diet

accordingly. You can slow down the natural aging

process and stay 10, even 20, years younger than

your biological age by eating the right foods,

doing the right internal practices, and staying


A few weeks ago, I saw a Tibetan Lama who

practices an ancient form of medicine called Sowa

–Rigpa medicine. His diagnosis incorporates pulse

analysis and urinalysis. He taught me meditations

to clear up any lingering karma that I wasn’t

attending to or has overlooked, plus a lot more.

Your spiritual practices are as important as your

physical and mental health, and I am not talking

about your religion or going to a church.

Spiritual work has to do with your relationship to

a higher being or higher source and has no dogma

attached to it.

The strongest days to get a treatment of

acupuncture or medical Qi gong are the 3 days

before, the day of, and the 3 days after the

Solstice. I am almost all booked up, so if you

want to use the season to the maximum, call in and

set up your treatment today at 305-407-0120. I am

having my Thermography redone this week with a

brand new technology that Dr. Carola Cuenca has

brought to Miami. If you want to get in for a

treatment and evaluation, she will be available

from December 20th until December 24th. Call now

to get an appointment at 305-407-0120 before the

time is gone.

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


Dr. Wu Dhi

P.S. Call today and get your health in order

before the New Year. Call 305-407-0120.

Dr. Wu Dhi

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Don’t Run Away from Your Health

December 18th, 2015

Don’t Run Away from Your Health

This is the time of the year when I pay special

attention to my health for a good reason. The

seasons are changing again, and that’s when we are

the most vulnerable to having Dis –Ease fall upon

us. On the 22nd of December, the winter solstice

will be here. That’s when we move into winter in

the Northern hemisphere, and into summer in the

Southern hemisphere. Whenever we change seasons,

we are the most vulnerable to getting sick. Why?

Every day, I see people with a host of dis-ease;

some of it from mental imbalances, others suffer

from toxic overload, colds, sore throat, itchy

eyes, and even pain. This is our human condition

but, when there is a change, people either flow

with the change or become resistant to the change.

The rigidity will cause pain and suffering. Yes, a

Dis-Ease to their system and their lifestyle! It

can be a mental imbalance or physical discomfort.

As Bruce Lee said, “Notice that the stiffest tree

is most easily cracked while the bamboo or willow

survives by bending with the wind.” To be in flow

with the changes takes work, and it is helpful if

you know where your strengths and weaknesses are.

Your training is important to keep you flexible

and agile but, sometimes, it takes more.

There is always more to hidden dis-ease than meets

the eye. Every single dis-ease has a multitude of

components to it, and most doctors are only

addressing the physical. If the medical doctors

run all the tests and perform a thorough

examination and find nothing, they are more than

likely to tell you it’s all in your head, or refer

you to a psychologist or a psychiatrist. From an

alternative perspective, we look at the root of

the problem and are not just addressing the

symptoms at hand. A psychological problem that is

just treated with medicines will eventually

manifest on a physical level. I see it every day

in my clinic. I always tell my patients to get a

second or even third opinion before going ahead

with any invasive procedure. There are so many

times that your primary care doctors can

misdiagnose common symptoms. A study done at the

University of Iowa published in the Journal of the

American Board of Family Medicine showed that 202

patients most commonly complained about abdominal

pain, fever, fatigue, shortness of breath, and

rash. Incorrect diagnoses included benign viral

infection (17%), musculoskeletal pain (10%),

asthma/Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (6%),

benign skin lesion (4%), and pneumonia (4%). Final

correct diagnoses for these patients initially

misdiagnosed included cancer (16%), pulmonary

embolism (6%), coronary artery disease (5%),

aneurysm (8%), and appendicitis (6%).

We all know that cancer is on the rise in the

United States. It could be from the environmental

pollution, genetically-modified foods (GMOs), or

the tremendous stress put upon people. The three

traditional treatments are chemotherapy, radiation

therapy, and surgery. These may be the only tools

that the medical doctors have in their toolbox

but, if you can avoid the cut, burn and poison

treatments, you may be better off. There are way

too many misdiagnoses these days, and treatments

are given according to what they find, no matter

if it’s accurate or not. The recovery from the

treatments is a long, hard road and could be worse

than the disease itself.

I would suggest having a Computerized Regulation

Thermography (CRT) test to find out where the

imbalance is in your body first. It will give you

information that can save your life. The teeth are

checked, which most Western doctors don’t even

think about. The glands, breasts, and organs are

also checked. If there is a blockage, it will show

up on the computer, and then we can explore the

different options for treatment. It could be a

combination of both Western and alternative

medicine, but at least you will know what needs to

be treated, and you can make a more educated

choice. The CRT test will let you know what has to

be changed in your lifestyle, diet, exercise, and

habits. You may benefit from alternative

treatments like acupuncture, medical Qi Gong,

herbal medicine, and homeopathic medicine that can

dovetail with your conventional treatments. Be

flexible and don’t let your doctor scare you into

something. There is a group called the Best Answer

for Cancer that uses low-dose chemotherapy. This

is another option. The CRT will be a good way to

find out what’s going on from a different

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Dr. Carola Cuenca from Santa Cruz, California who

specializes in CRT and natural low-dose

medications will be here for a limited time from

December 18th to 20th. Testing has to be done in

the morning when the body is still cool. I highly

recommend taking this opportunity to have your

immune system evaluated and stay healthy.

To schedule an appointment for your CRT exam,

please call my office at 305-407-0120.

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


Dr. Wu Dhi

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Here comes the full moon

December 15th, 2015

Here comes the full moon

In a few days, we are going to have another full
moon. This can be an opportunity for you to
improve your health and well-being at the same
time. We all absorb more into our bodies when the
moon is full. If you are open and aware, you can
gather a ton of Qi on the 3 days before the full
moon and the new moon. That’s why, I make sure
that I increase my practice time for the 3 days
before the full moon and, especially, on the full
moon day.

This month, we have 2 full moons. When that
happens, we call the 2nd full moon a Blue Moon.
Although there is a lot more Qi available to us at
the time of the full moon, we can absorb both the
good and the bad stuff much easier. So, it will
serve you more if you stay focused on the
positive. Eat a clean diet, or fast for the day on
both the full and new moon. It is easier to clear
the body of toxins when the moon is full, but also
easier to get toxic. Be careful of what you take
in for the next few days and who you hang out
with. You want to avoid being in polluted places
where the air quality is poor. Hanging out with
toxic people is as bad as eating a handful of
Full moon Take some time to change the
air filters in your house, eat clean food, and
increase your intake of water. Maybe even take a
break from solid foods, and do a juice or water
fast for the day of the full moon. I often do the
Master Cleanse on the day of the full moon.

Here’s how to do the Master Cleanse:

On the day of the full moon, all you take into
your body is lemonade, around 6 to 8 glasses. You
can also drink as much water as you want. The
emphasis of the Master Cleanse is to eliminate
toxins from your body. It is important to make
sure everything you inject is pure.

Here’s how to make the Master Cleanse Lemonade:

2 tablespoons of organic fresh-squeezed lemon or
lime juice (No bottled juice!)
2 tablespoons of organic maple syrup (I like the
grade B since it has more minerals in it)
1/10 teaspoon of organic cayenne pepper (This is a
tricky one; be careful, you don’t want it to hot!)
10 ounces of filtered water

Mix all of this together. Drink around 6 glasses a
day. If you are new to fasting, just do it on the
full moon for breakfast and lunch, and have a
salad for dinner. If you are more adventurous, do
the Master Cleanse for 3 days, and you can build
up to 9 days.

WARNING: If you have been abusing your body, only
do the full moon day until you get those toxins
out of your body.

Let us make this full moon a magical one. Do a
ritual to energize your body, mind, and spirit.

If you want more of this great information on a
regular basis, join the Qi Gong Inner Circle and I’ll send you the
real goods on health, internal exercises, and

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

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Special Birthday Sale on the “Whole Shebang”

December 11th, 2015

Special Birthday Sale on the “Whole Shebang”

Today is my birthday, and I am so happy to be
here. I love my life, what I do, and who I am.
Over the years, I have given talks, lectures, and
classes on a multitude of things. I have spent
years studying, healing, meditating, and doing
internal exercises, like yoga and Qi Gong. I wrote
books and made programs on all of these wonderful
things to make our lives work better. And now I
want to celebrate by giving you the chance to make
your life better.

I have had sales of 20% to 33% off on selected
products in previous years. This year, for my
BIRTHDAY on DECEMBER 12th, 2015, it’s 50% OFF
EVERYTHING! Stock up on everything. It’s the
perfect gift for the holidays for you, or to give
as a gift of health and awareness. Don’t delay.
This is only a 24-hour sale and then it’s back to

50% off on all my products for 24 hours starting
on December 11th at 12 midnight until December
12th at 12 midnight. Just put in the code, Happy
Birthday, and you can get all my programs for 50%

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

Dr. Wu Dhibirthday

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We Are Under Attack

December 4th, 2015

GMO Attack We are under attack!

There is no bomb shelter to
run to, there is no shooting, you are being held
captive by your enemy, and you don’t know who they
are. Right now, we are being attacked. Attacked?
You may be asking yourself who is attacking us?
ISIS? No, it’s far worse than that.

We are being attacked from within our own
government. Large corporations with lots of money
and power have planted their advocates in our
government in key positions – senators,
congressmen, and advisers. What they have done is
they allowed Genetically-Modified Organisms (GMO)
producers, such as Bayer, Monsanto, and DuPont, to
place their former employees in our government and
sway our American society to accept GMOs in this
country while most of the world don’t allow GMOs
in. In fact, they are banned in 60 countries. Why
are they banned? They are detrimental to your
health. Attack And now they’re using one of their
sneakiest tactics yet. They’re trying to slip the
darkest parts of H.R. 1599 – otherwise known as
the DARK Act – onto the end-of-year spending bill
in a desperate move to prevent Vermont,
Connecticut, Maine and other states from
implementing mandatory GMO labeling laws. Here is
some information on the big corporations that they
don’t want you to know.

I hope this info helps to make you more aware of
what’s going on with your food and your health. I
am committed to your health and well-being, to end
suffering, and to inform you about what’s healthy
for you and your families.

I wish you the best in your Health, Wealth, and
Dr. Wu Dhi

P.S. I grow as much of my own food as I can, and I
only buy organic. Be aware, read labels. Shop 100%
organic, and insist on non-GMO in your grocery
store. If we don’t buy it and don’t support it,
they will have no market for it. 60 other
countries in the world will not accept GMO food in
their country.

Dr. Wu Dhi

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The 4th. of July Weekend

December 4th, 2015

The 4th. of July Weekend

It was a hot 4th of July in Miami Beach. I trained around five this morning until the sunrise. It’s the best time to train in the summer. I get up, slug down a liter of water, and I am out the door ready to hit it. I walked down to the beach and stopped in front of the St. Regis Luxury Hotel.
There wasn’t a soul on the beach, and it was very dark. The quiet of the early morning is the best time to open up your internal channels. Most people miss this magic hour and are still sleeping. This is the very best time to work the Shen. That’s what the Chinese call spirit.

Jing, Qi, and Shen are referred to as sanbao, or “The Three Treasures”, the essential energies that sustain human life:
1. Jing – nutritive essence, essence; refined,
perfected; extract; spirit, sperm, seed
2. Qi – vitality, energy, force; air, vapor;
breath; spirit, vigor; attitude
3. Shen – Spirit; Soul, Mind; GOD, Deity;images-2
Supernatural being

A key to the internal work lies in building and a balance of the Three Treasures. In the Qi Gong Inner Circle, I will teach you how to work the internal energies, The Three Treasures, to keep you Physically, Mentally, and Spiritually Healthy.
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Building A Body of Energy

Finding A Real Master

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I hope you had a Happy Independence Day!

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

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