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Why the Early Morning Practice is So Important

March 19th, 2016

Why the Early Morning Practice is So Important

Early this morning, I was on the beach for a meditation, power walk and Qi gong practice. When you start your day an hour or two before the sunrise, everything is quiet, very still and tranquil. It’s not the norm in America but, in many countries around the world, it is common practice to rise before the sun and practice your internal art. When I was in Harbin, China, I would pop out of bed at 4 AM and walk down to the park to begin my Qi gong practice. To my surprise, there were thousands of people doing practices. I’am not kidding,thousands of people were practicing!
It blew me away. Its a lot different in Florida.
Maybe I’ll see a dozen people walking or sitting on the benches,
but I hardly see anyone practicing at all.
No Qi gong,no Tai Chi and as far as I can tell,
no one is meditating. The two and a half hours before sunrise is the most potent time to connect to the higher realms. This is the time when the veil is the thinnest to the purer source of energy. The sun is at a 60-degree angle to Earth, so you are picking up the solar wave as it is rising. Any internal exercise, meditation or yoga you do during those two and half hours is forty times more powerful. You can imagine how peaceful the early morning energy is. There are hardly any cars on the road, people are still sleeping, no noise, no chaos, and no stress. It is a magical time. I had a patient come into my office around ten o’clock with a backache that’s been bothering him for three months nonstop. He’s stressed to the max. I asked him if he did any exercise to handle his stress. He told me,I have no time. He gets out of bed around 8:00 or 8:30 and takes off for work. I suggested that he gets up at 6:30, immediately leave the house, walk down to the beach or the park, and just slowly walk. This will be a good start and a good way to unravel some of his stress. I told him that if he keeps it up for two weeks, I will teach him the Flying Crane Qi gong http://rechargingqigong.com/flying-crane-qi-gong.html. This will start to unwind those back problems, but it first takes wanting to change and the discipline to do so. Don’t sleep your life away and complain that you have no time. Get up and get going. I have been teaching Flying Crane for thirty years. All my students love the practice and the results they got. Don’t fall asleep. Get on the program today http://rechargingqigong.com/flying-crane-qi-gong.html. I wish you the best in your Health, Wealth, and Happiness.

Early Morning is the best time to practice

Early Morning is the best time to practice

Dr. Wu Dhi

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Building The Qi Into Every Nook and Cranny Of Your Home

March 2nd, 2016

Building the Qi Into Every Nook and Cranny of Your Home

When I was at the Long Hu Shan Monastery in China,

the monks did their daily practices at the

courtyard and the meditation hall, building an

incredible Qi force that you could feel

getting stronger as you approached the temple. I

went to study with the Daoist monks a few years

ago and was there just before the 900th year

celebration of the monastery. The purpose of this

trip was to study Daoism at one of the oldest

monasteries in China and to visit one of the seven

sacred mountains in China. A group of Medical Qi

Gong students and Daoists from Europe and the USA

traveled with Dr. Jerry Alan Johnson, the founder,

and Dr. Bernard Shannon, the director, of The

International Institute of Medical Qi Gong. Both

of these masters hold high titles as Daoist

priests who are well trained in internal

exercises, martial arts, and Medical Qi Gong. As

we approached the monastery, we could hear the

noise from thousands of firecrackers exploding.

The sounds went on for at least half an hour as we

walked into the courtyard. We were then honored

with an elaborate dragon-tiger dance, a ceremonial

welcoming speech, and blessings from the head

abbot. The energy was amazing, I felt like I was

back in China hundreds of years ago.

Building Qi  and storing it

Building Qi and storing it

When I practice my meditation and internal

exercises, I usually practice at the same time and

place to build the Qi into the space. Every time I

train, meditate, practice, or do the ritual

celebrations, I charge my space and infuse my home

and property with Qi. When you do this long

enough, the land takes on a different vibration

and will eventually radiate Qi. Last August, I

purchased a house in Hollywood, Florida. Ever

since I owned the property, I have been building

the energy on the land and its surroundings.

First, I cleared the house and property of any

negative, stagnant or stale Qi. I placed energetic

crystals in strategic places to enhance and

correct faults in the energy. I removed any

harmful plants and vines, planted green, black,

blue and red bamboo, and brought in large rocks. I

even had the roof cleaned and painted, fixed all

the cracks on the walls, and restored the

fireplace. When you are building a force field,

you want to avoid any leaks that could distort the

energy. The fire rituals will start at the vernal

Equinox and last for a week. This is an exciting

process and can affect the energy for a mile

radius around your home.

If you are training and want to really enhance

your practice, I would first repair everything

around your home and take out all dead trees,

broken windows and fix all leaking faucets. If you

are in need of a house clearing, let me know. We

can make a plan that will work to clear out the

old Qi and re-energize your living space.

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

Happiness.

Dr. Wu Dhi

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Can a Black Tie Black Affair Make a Difference In Your Health

February 12th, 2016

Can a Black Tie Black Affair Make a Difference In Your Health

It’s not very often that I go to a black tie
affair, but last Saturday was the 42nd Annual Love
and Hope Ball at the Fontainebleau Hotel. This
annual gala supports the cure-focused work of the
Diabetes Research Institute. It was an
unforgettable evening beginning at Miami’s
quintessential nightspot at the LIV Nightclub
Miami. The remainder of the evening was in the
exquisite Sparkle Ballroom, complete with fabulous
food, spectacular decor, music, dancing, and more!
It was an extravagant event with all the trimmings
from start to finish.  I am sure they raised a lot
of money for a good cause.

My cousin, Bruce, has diabetes and has been
getting better over the years. I think it is
because he has made some life changes that have
made a big difference in his health. Years ago, he
was big. I mean, really big…a 45-inch waistline,
weighed around 275 pounds, and he’s not even close
to six feet tall. When I was in a workshop in
Arizona on Neural & Segment Therapy with Thomas
Rau from the Paracelsus Clinic in Switzerland, I
went to visit Bruce on our free day. His cupboards
were filled with crackers, cookies, candies, and
even a big bag of crackerjacks. He didn’t have a
clue on what to eat and what to avoid. No wonder
his sugar was off the charts. He bought a
treadmill and started walking for an hour every
morning, but the weight just seemed to stick to
him like glue. Even though he was a little
down-hearted, he refused to quit. He knew he
needed to make some changes if he wanted to live
close to Social Security age. Well, it was a lot
different this year. The cupboards are bare of
junk foods. Bruce is down to 200 pounds, his waist
is 34 inches, and his energy, business and love
life are all good.

When you make positive changes in your life, your
entire universe will support you. It’s time to
make some positive changes. You can download a Qi
Gong bundle package
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now, and make a commitment to live a long, healthy
life.

Love and Hope Ball at the Fontaine Bleau Hotel Miami Beach

Love and Hope Ball at the Fontaine Bleau Hotel Miami Beach

The Ball was to suport diabetes research

The Ball was to suport diabetes research

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Growing Internally

February 8th, 2016
Feng Shui energy

Feng Shui energy

Growing Internally

Wow! How the garden has grown! I was out of town

for just a week and, to my surprise, the garden

has doubled in size. We planted on December 21st,

the day of the Winter Solstice. There is more

sunlight every day, and we have been getting a

light rain just about thrice a week, so everything

is happy and growing. In fact, I have just started

to eat out of the garden. Lots of herbs and, now,

the lettuce are getting big enough to eat.

When you grow your own garden, you are assured

that your food is organic and non-GMO, thus,

healthy for you. Plus the energy that you put into

it gives you an incredible amount of Qi that you

just can’t get at a grocery store even if you buy

organic. When you grow your own food, magical

things happen. You are able to ground your energy

by working the earth. The food that is grown has

ten times the energy than store-bought food.

“Qi hua” is a specific term in the science of

Traditional Chinese Medicine. It refers, in

general, to various kinds of changes taking place

in the body under the action of Qi. Specifically,

it refers to the metabolism of fundamental

substances, vital energy, blood and body fluid,

and the transformations which can occur between

them. Vital energy, blood, and body fluid are

formed by ingested food. The food is changed into

food essence, which, in turn, is transformed into

vital energy, blood, or body fluid that can then

be changed into any one of the others according to

the physiological need of the body. All these are

the specific manifestations of the activity of Qi.

The dysfunction of Qi in performing its action

will affect the whole metabolism of the body,

including digestion, absorption, transformation,

and transportation of food, the formation,

movement and transformation of vital energy, blood

and body fluid, and the excretion of feces, urine

and sweat. These cause various symptoms associated

with abnormal metabolism. The process in which Qi

performs its functions is the process in which the

substances in the body are metabolized, and in

which the substances and energy are transformed.

We all have heard the saying, “You are what you

eat.” We all want to stay healthy, young, and

vibrant as long as we can. You can make a big

difference in your life and the ones you love by

growing your own food even if it’s just growing

sprouts on your windowsill. You can make a

difference in the vibration that you put into your

body. The other big factor in staying young is

practicing internal exercises. Check out the Qi

Gong Bundle download on the Recharging Qi Gong

website http://www.on2url.com/lnk?MTgzNzE2M3wxMzAzNDU3OTN8cz0x

and start practicing today.

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

Happiness!

Dr. Wu Dhi

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Avoid Getting Sick

January 23rd, 2016
Avoid dis-Ease

Sick and Tired

Avoid Getting Sick

I decided it was time for a medical checkup, you
know, the traditional kind; blood, stool, and
urine analyses, and echocardiogram. I had the
doctor take a look at everything. I like to do
this once a year to see what’s going on, but if
there is any kind of a problem, I choose to treat
it holistically. Sometimes, it’s a change in my
diet, or a different exercise. My blood pressure
was a little high this time. So, I took coffee out
of my diet as well as chocolates and all other
caffeine products, and started doing an IV of 50
grams of vitamin C twice a week, and will build it
up to 100 grams over the next few months. I also
doubled my intake of CoQ10 and lowered my intake
of salt. One of the main things I did was to
increase my internal exercises to both morning and
evening. This may sound like a radical approach
when I could just take a pill and be done with it,
just like most people would opt for. That’s
exactly what your doctor would tell you to do.

Although Western medicine has made a big
difference in people’s lives over the years and
increased the life expectancy, there are many
drugs that cause more harm than good. If you watch
TV, you know that every other commercial is some
drug company tooting their horn on what drug you
may need. Then, the warning comes in a low
monotone voice;You may experience some of these
symptoms: headache, stomach upset, back pain,
muscle pain, stuffy nose, flushing, or
dizziness or decreased sexual desire or ability,
failure to discharge semen (in men), aggressive
reaction, breast tenderness or enlargement,
confusion, convulsions, diarrhea, drowsiness,
dryness of the mouth, fast talking, and excited
feelings or actions that are out of control,
fever, inability to sit still, increase in body
movements, increased sweating, increased thirst,
lack of energy, loss of bladder control, mood or
behavior changes, muscle spasm or jerking of all
extremities, nosebleeds, overactive reflexes,
racing heartbeat, red or purple spots on the
skin OMG! There are even more side effects and,
that’s why, I choose to do it the hard way. No
pill popping for me. I eat a healthy diet, pass on
fast foods, fried foods, and my red meat
consumption is very low. I eat fruits and
vegetables daily.

The drug companies are in business to make money,
and you are the customer. It takes work to keep
your health in order, but if you do, you can avoid
being caught up in the system. Here’s how to keep
you healthy: start doing the Recharging Qi Gong
exercises daily

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

Pay close attention to the way you do the
exercises. The breathing is very important. And
I’ll give you a bonus. I’ll send you one of my
meditation CDs that will help you keep it
together. Do not delay, order today!

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This is the time to work it while you’re healthy,
strong and vibrant.

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

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Don’t Blow Your Qi

January 22nd, 2016

Don’t Blow Your Qi

I received a letter this morning from a very
enthusiastic Qi Gong practitioner. He has been
practicing for a couple of years, and here is what
he said, “I read from the internet that it is not
advisable to take a shower immediately after Qi
Gong practice. Is this true? Is it okay if I take
a cold shower immediately after the Qi Gong
session? Because normally, I do the Qi Gong after
my workout session.”

The order of your training is fine, but what you
read was absolutely right. One of the goals of
practicing Qi Gong is to be able to store and
cultivate Qi.woody1

Don't -blow -it

Qi Gong

One thing we don’t want is to blow the Qi that you
work so hard to cultivate. I was in South America
teaching a group of students how to store and
cultivate Qi. We worked all morning for 4 hours,
doing some really intense practices, and the Qi in
the room was awesome. Around noon, we decided to
take a lunch break. I suggested that people stay
in the room, or just walk around the property and
bask in the energy we created. One of the students
insisted that she needed to go home. So, she got
in her car and backed down the driveway, and just
missed getting hit by another driver. She blew her
horn and screamed at the other driver. That was it
for her 4 hours of Qi building. She blew more than
just her horn.

There are many ways to lose your Qi. Here is a
list of things to avoid:
• Having sex after your practice.
• Urinating right after practice. Hold it for at
least ½ hour.
• Jumping in the shower too soon. If you know it
or not, you can actually flush the Qi down the
drain. But, if you steep in the Qi that you
cultivated for ½ hour to 45 minutes, you’ll be
fine.
• Eating a big meal right after practice.

Want to know one of the fastest ways to cultivate
and store Qi?

There are two increasable practices that will do
work like a magic charm. Start practicing the
Recharging Qi Gong http://www.on2url.com/lnk?MTQ4MTUzNXwxMzAzNDU3OTN8cz0x in
combination with the Flying Crane Qigong
http://www.on2url.com/lnk?MTQ4MTUzNnwxMzAzNDU3OTN8cz0x and you will see and feel
your Qi growing and radiating like a fiery energy
ball of power.

Get on the program today and you will feel the
difference within weeks.
Recharging Qigong http://www.on2url.com/lnk?MTQ4MTUzN3wxMzAzNDU3OTN8cz0x
Flying Crane Qigong http://www.on2url.com/lnk?MTQ4MTUzOHwxMzAzNDU3OTN8cz0x

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

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Is beer Sucking Your Life Away?

January 20th, 2016

Is beer Sucking Your Life Away?

This week, I was at a party with a group of people
from a much different walk of life than myself.
Most of them were just working people with good
jobs and a family. They all drove nice cars and
had pizza one day a week. They liked to stop at
Popeye’s for fried chicken now and then and ate
Campbell soup on cold days. They all liked to
party and were very fond of their beer. To this
day, they all spent hours a week working on their
suntans, drinking, and eating a lot of
bar-B-Q. For the most part, they were all
Americans with strong values. Most of the people
at the party went to church every Sunday and
belonged to a bowling league. They were very sweet
and came from good families.

The friend who invited me I knew from high school,
and he lived in my old neighborhood. It was a
delight to see him and hear about his wife and
kids. When the conversation came around to what I
was doing, that is, acupuncture, people either
didn’t have a clue to what I was talking about, or
thought it was just a scam and asked if it really
worked. The conversation went okay until I started
to talk about our energy body and how internal
exercises like Qigong would make the quality of
their life better. You would have thought I was
from another planet by everyone’s reaction. I told
them that I am starting my day with Qigong and
meditation, and I could feel the difference in my
energy all day long. That’s when the comments
started to fly…”What the Sam Hill is Qigong?” I
got a lot of heckling, and so did my friend who
invited me. “Your friend’s a hippie, isn’t he?”
“Do you eat tofu?” “You a yogi?” And it went on
until they found out that I was the same age as my
friend, but looked and felt 20 years younger than
him.

Jeff is a good guy, but he looks like he was
riding the range for 50 years and most of his
friends looked the same. All of a sudden, the
women wanted to know if I’d teach them and,
reluctantly, their husbands followed suit. I
explained that Qigong is a Chinese exercise for
strengthening and balancing body and mind. Qigong
means cultivation (gong) of energy (Qi). Besides
revitalizing the body, Qigong calms the mind by
its soft movements, visualizations, and direct
contact with nature. The soft movements stimulate
the blood circulation to the internal organs. By
absorbing nature’s energy, we restore the
harmonious energy flow within our body. This
energy flow boosts the immune system, repairs
damaged cells, and balances emotions. If the flow
of energy is disrupted, dis-ease or pain may
occur. I continued explaining that the regular
practice of Qigong has a lot of anti-aging
benefits: balances emotions, eases chronic pain,
brings mental clarity, boosts the immune system,
promotes self-love and confidence, and helps to
put things into perspective.

“If the mind is calm, the heart listens.”

Acupressure is based on the same principles,
meridians, and acupuncture points. Meridians are
channels through which vital energy or Qi runs.
The energy flow through these meridians or rivers
of energy can become interrupted or blocked by
stress, anger or disease. Through specific points,
we can manipulate and rebalance this energy flow.
In natural healing, Qi follows the mind and blood,
then oxygen follows the Qi. This Qi or ‘life force
energy’ will mobilize the immune system and repair
damaged cells. Whereas conventional exercise lead
to consumption of energy, Qigong gathers and
rebalances the energy within our body.

Before the night was over, I had half of the
people at the party wanting more information. As
they passed me a cold beer, I told them about my
website and how they could get a copy of the
Flying Crane Qi Gong
http://www.on2url.com/lnk?MTgwMTQ5MXwxMzAzNDU3OTN8cz0x
and start reversing the aging process. If you need a
boost in your health and vitality, get on the
program now before it’s too late.

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

Sucking-beer

Sucking a beer down

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Do you Trust Your Grocery Store?

January 19th, 2016

Do you Trust Your Grocery Store?
In today’s world, you really have a hard time
trusting your own Grocery store   and people in the medicine business. Just when you think “natural” means it’s healthy, you find out that it isn’t so and is just an advertising buzzword. Even when you are buying organic, unless you read every word on the label, you could be buying just a few ingredients that
are organic and the others are questionable. As
for the fruit and veggies, we all hope that
“organic” means no chemical sprays or other
toxins.

Eating off the land is one of the best ways to
nourish your body, mind, and spirit. Working in
the garden is a great way to de-stress from work,
and a joy to see one’s efforts grow. A garden
grows at its own pace – you can’t rush it or slow
it down. It needs just a few things to grow: the
right soil, water, and sunlight. If the pH of the
soil is too acidic, you’ll get a poor crop. If the
garden isn’t watered, your garden will dry up and
die. If there is no sunlight, nothing happens at
all. A garden is very similar to our bodies. We
need to keep our internal system more alkaline
than acidic to stay healthy and, without a doubt,
we need to stay hydrated. As far as the sunlight
is concerned, it’s one of the biggest factors in
keeping us happy, vibrant, and free from
depression and anxiety.

This year, I planted 2 all-organic Feng Shui
gardens that are both 9’x9’, a magic number. One
is filled with tomatoes and 6 different varieties
of lettuce, onions, garlic, and lots of turmeric.
The other garden has ginger, peppers, cabbage,
spinach, lemongrass, chives, and broccoli. But
wait, there is more. I planted 7 banana trees, a
dozen of pineapples, and a wall of passion fruit.
Now, I am busy with watering, weeding, and chasing
bugs away. Setting up the garden is as important
as planting. I first divide the space into 9 equal
parts, one for each square of the “ba gua” plus
one for the spiritual part. Then, I plant using
the garden as my meditation.

To find out more on how to use your environment as
your meditation, join the members of the Qi Gong
Inner Circle and get all the goodies.
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I wish you the best in your Health, Wealth, and
Happiness.

Do you know what's in your food

Do you know what’s in your food

Dr. Wu Dhi

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Is Beer Sucking Your Life Away?

January 18th, 2016

This week, I was at a party with a group of people
from a much different walk of life than myself.
Most of them were just working people with good
jobs and a family. They all drove nice cars and
had pizza one day a week. They liked to stop at
Popeye’s for fried chicken now and then and ate
Campbell soup on cold days. They all liked to
party and were very fond of their beer. To this
day, they all spent hours a week working on their
suntans, drinking, and eating a lot of
bar-B-Q. For the most part, they were all
Americans with strong values. Most of the people
at the party went to church every Sunday and
belonged to a bowling league. They were very sweet
and came from good families.

The friend who invited me I knew from high school,
and he lived in my old neighborhood. It was a
delight to see him and hear about his wife and
kids. When the conversation came around to what I
was doing, that is, acupuncture, people either
didn’t have a clue to what I was talking about, or
thought it was just a scam and asked if it really
worked. The conversation went okay until I started
to talk about our energy body and how internal
exercises like Qigong would make the quality of
their life better. You would have thought I was
from another planet by everyone’s reaction. I told
them that I am starting my day with Qigong and
meditation, and I could feel the difference in my
energy all day long. That’s when the comments
started to fly…”What the Sam Hill is Qigong?” I
got a lot of heckling, and so did my friend who
invited me. “Your friend’s a hippie, isn’t he?”
“Do you eat tofu?” “You a yogi?” And it went on
until they found out that I was the same age as my
friend, but looked and felt 20 years younger than
him.

Jeff is a good guy, but he looks like he was
riding the range for 50 years and most of his
friends looked the same. All of a sudden, the
women wanted to know if I’d teach them and,
reluctantly, their husbands followed suit. I
explained that Qigong is a Chinese exercise for
strengthening and balancing body and mind. Qigong
means cultivation (gong) of energy (Qi). Besides
revitalizing the body, Qigong calms the mind by
its soft movements, visualizations, and direct
contact with nature. The soft movements stimulate
the blood circulation to the internal organs. By
absorbing nature’s energy, we restore the
harmonious energy flow within our body. This
energy flow boosts the immune system, repairs
damaged cells, and balances emotions. If the flow
of energy is disrupted, dis-ease or pain may
occur. I continued explaining that the regular
practice of Qigong has a lot of anti-aging
benefits: balances emotions, eases chronic pain,
brings mental clarity, boosts the immune system,
promotes self-love and confidence, and helps to
put things into perspective.

“If the mind is calm, the heart listens.”

Acupressure is based on the same principles,
meridians, and acupuncture points. Meridians are
channels through which vital energy or Qi runs.
The energy flow through these meridians or rivers
of energy can become interrupted or blocked by
stress, anger or disease. Through specific points,
we can manipulate and rebalance this energy flow.
In natural healing, Qi follows the mind and blood,
then oxygen follows the Qi. This Qi or ‘life force
energy’ will mobilize the immune system and repair
damaged cells. Whereas conventional exercise lead
to consumption of energy, Qigong gathers and
rebalances the energy within our body.

Before the night was over, I had half of the
people at the party wanting more information. As
they passed me a cold beer, I told them about my
website and how they could get a copy of the
Flying Crane Qi Gong
http://www.on2url.com/lnk?MTgwMTQ5MXwxMzAzNDU3OTN8cz0x
and start reversing the aging process. If you need a
boost in your health and vitality, get on the
program now before it’s too late.

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

Beer Sucking

Beer Sucking

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Nightmare in Venezuela

January 18th, 2016
More Nightmare in Venezuela with the promise of hope

More Nightmare in Venezuela with the promise of hope

Jose called from Venezuela this morning. He was
telling me that the situation in his country is
not the best. In fact, he said it’s a
nightmare. The hospitals are left without
supplies, and shops without basic necessities. The
supermarket shelves are empty even for common
items like baby formula, flour, milk, and toilet
paper. Although the government promises help, they
only have a quick fix at the most that’s not
working. I asked if it was safe to visit, and I
was told that the crime rate is similar to a
country at war. Whenever you need to have anything
fixed, you are out of luck as there are no parts
for cars or anything else for that matter.

I have been following the situation in Venezuela
for years. I lived there for a few years back in
the eighties and have visited many times in the
seventies. When I was there, the country was very
lovely, quiet, and prosperous, and the people were
happy and very friendly. You could get just about
anything you needed, and it was safe to go
anywhere. I climbed the Avila mountain many times
by myself and didn’t have any worries at all. I
asked some friends who still live there what’s
going on, and they said the government has to keep
everyone poor and in fear in order to stay in
control and in power. This kind of government
limits people’s choices and growth. Jose told me
that the meditation group has fallen apart like
everything else in the country. But now, there is
a spark of light as the government oppression has
lost a major election. Where there is hope, things
open up. Oppression only lasts until people see
the truth, then light will stream in.

If you are Venezuelan and live in your beautiful
country, or have moved on, turn your friends on to
my FREE health tips at www.Rechargingqigong.com.
So far, it’s only in English but, with some luck, I’ll get
things translated into Spanish as well.

Soon, I’ll be starting an online meditation to
support all of our growth.

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

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