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The Elixir of Immortality

March 21st, 2016

 

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The Elixir of Immortality

The Elixir of Immortality

Healing your body from illness is a multi-phase

process that we overlook in the West. According to
Tibetan Buddhist medicine, an attitude has to be
generated that illness is a blessing. That’s a
strange one if you live in the West, for sure. An
illness is a signal that you are doing something
fundamentally off balance. If you continue on that
path, you will have more anxiety and disease. The
sickness provides an opportunity to grow, to see
where we’ve gone out of balance and correct it.
This may seem a little harsh, but it gives us an
opportunity to develop compassion, practice
virtue, overcome pride and release oneself from
aversion to pain and unhappiness. In the Qi Gong
Inner Circle, I share deeper information on how to
deal with illness and death for your growth. If
you are not a member yet, let me share this
valuable information with you and your loved ones.
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I wish you the best in your Health, Wealth, and
Happiness.
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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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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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.
http://www.on2url.com/lnk?MTc4MzU1MnwxMzAzNDU3OTN8cz0x

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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How to Unwind this Weekend

January 14th, 2016

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Here’s a way of unwinding and kicking back that
will be good for you in every way:

1. Take a sauna. – Make sure you drink plenty of
water before you start, and after as well. The
sauna will relax the body and mind.

2. Hot bath – A good 20-minute soak in a hot bath
with a cup or two of Epsom salt will relax your
muscles and pull toxins out of your body.

3. Get a massage. – I recommend a massage as often
as you can.

4. Take a hike. – No matter if it’s the beach, the
woods, or the mountains, a walk in nature will do
wonders to relax and renew you.

5. Take some time to read a good book, and avoid
TV for the weekend. It will do wonders for your
brain.

6. Spend some special time with friends. Take your
lover out to a romantic dinner.

7. Stretch your body. – It will relax the mind as
well as the body and spirit. I always practice at
least 2 sets of Qi Gong on the weekends. It resets
everything and will work for you all week. The
Recharging Qi Gong program http://goo.gl/1HP2ec
will de-stress you big time.

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

P.S. The Recharging Qi Gong program really does
help you double your flexibility…fast. And yes, it
is a very quick mood-altering exercise. Find out
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The Key to Maximum Growth

January 13th, 2016
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The Key to your Growth

The Key to Maximum Growth

Early this morning, I was on the beach practicing.
Then, I walked out to the pier to watch the waves
crashing and spraying over the sea wall. Looked
like a huge storm is rolling in. It’s dark,
threatening, and I could see the lightning out in
the distance. It is hurricane season until
November, and we get our share of storm this time
of the year with lots of rain. I was hustling back
home to try to beat the rain. Shanti stopped me. I
see her every morning on the beach. She’s a Yogini
and has been doing and teaching yoga for a long,
long time. She wanted to know what happened to my
arm with all the details. I told her the story,
and she said, “There is always a hidden reason and
lesson for everything that happens to us.”

When I got home, I decided to see what the wrist
represents. According to Louise Hay, the wrist
represents movement and ease. And the “Lama on the
Mountain” refers to the wrists as having to do
something with our connections. Who needs to be
brought together or what needs to be brought
together?

I still think about both of those interpretations
of my wrist accident. The cast will be on for
another 2 weeks, so I am working on my legs and
grounding techniques. You can always find a way to
keep up with your training no matter what happens
in your life. Practice is the key to building an
indestructible body, mind, and spirit.

Practice, Practice, Practice.

Want more? Of course you do. We all want more if
it’s the real thing. Join the Qi Gong Inner Circle
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stories, and everything else for your maximum
growth.

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

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Do you Trust Your Grocery Store?

January 11th, 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.
http://www.on2url.com/lnk?MTc4MzU1MnwxMzAzNDU3OTN8cz0x

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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Protect Yourself From Evil Wind Disease

January 8th, 2016
Stay out of the wind it can make you sick

Stay out of the wind it can make you sick

Protect Yourself From Evil Wind Disease

This week in Miami we have been having strong winds
coming from the East and Northeast at 10 to 15 KTS
with gusts of 20 to 25 KTS.  In traditional
Chinese medicine, wind causes considerable
difficulty. It is one of the six external causes
of disease. Wind is a word that is widely and
freely used in Chinese medicine in relation to
health and disease while it has no equivalent
meaning or implication for the Western medical
field. External wind can cause diseases that are
acute, like the common cold, influenza, sinus
infection, skin eruption, sore throat, cough, and
eye disorders.

Now, we are in the season that’s ruled by the
metal element affecting both the lungs and large
intestines. Autumn, which means it’s a windy
season and a time when cold and flu are easy to
catch. According to Chinese Medicine, we are all
most susceptible to catching a wind at the change
of seasons. Here are some tips to help you avoid a
wind attack:

I can remember my friend, Ronny, would always
wear a scarf around his neck in a windy weather.
When I asked him why, he said, to prevent an evil
wind invasion. According to Su Wen, “Wind-evil is
the main factor to induce various diseases, and
has many variations and no regular pattern when it
turns into other diseases. But, in the last
analysis, the diseases are stemmed from the
invasion of wind-evil.” Traditional Chinese
Medicine teaches that external pathogens (bugs)
are carried in the wind and that they enter our
bodies at the back of our necks. We have
acupuncture points that “expel wind” used to treat
a cold. If you cover your neck when going out in
the wind, you can actually help to prevent
catching a cold.
•       During the windy season, we are more prone to
wind disorders. Things are changing in the
environment and for our bodies as well. Our bodies
are changing from the warm weather to the cold of
winter, and this change leaves us more vulnerable
to getting sick. It’s time to change your diet to
foods that are warm, oily, and slightly heavier to
help to counteract the drying, rough, and cold
quality of wind. It is essential not to let our
digestion get cold as we head into fall and winter
seasons. Our digestion is the key to our immune
system. Start adding winter squash, soups, whole
grains, and root vegetables. This is the time of
the year that I change my oil from coconut oil,
and apply sesame oil on my skin before taking a
bath or shower. It’s good to ward off stiff joints
and it puts a little more heat in the body.
•       It’s also the best time to place more of your
intention into your meditation practices. The
Internal Mantra Program http://www.on2url.com/lnk?MTY1NDg4MXwxMzAzNDU3OTN8cz0x will
give you instructions and exercises to strengthen
yourself for the fall and winter internal work.
Get it today, and I will send you a FREE
meditation CD to enhance your practices.

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

Dr. Wu Dhi

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Life is Hard and then You Die

January 8th, 2016
Life is hard and then you die

Life is hard and then you die

Life is hard. Then you die. Then they throw dirt
on your face. Then the worms eat you. Be grateful
it happens in that order. –

David is a talented guy, the writer of Star Trek.
Although his statement on life is somewhat crude,
it’s what many people think and how they live
their life accordingly. On the other hand, life
can be an adventure of discovery and joy. When we
don’t recognize that life is a gift, you close the
adventure of life. We actually shield our
intellectual, emotional, and physical functions.
When this happens, we go through life with
blinders on. When you are not open to change, life
no longer becomes an adventure but a struggle. We
go through life as if it were a problematic dream,
and life is hard. Life is what you make it. It’s a
gift. Don’t send it back unopened.

Last night, I went to a memorial service for a
young lady. We lost her life too early, but she
lived every moment to its fullest. Many of the
people who were there lived the same way. Stay
healthy, work out, eat a good diet, play and laugh
a lot, and make this planet a better place. Make
consciousness, awareness, respect, responsibility,
and resourcefulness your way of life. Pay
attention, be creative in every aspect of your
life, and you will see a difference in everything
you do.

I am blessed that I am able to share with you what
I have learned over a lifetime of practice. Take a
look at my YouTube station www.youtube/drwudhi,
add me as Woody Swartz and like my page,
Wudhi-Energy Medicine on Facebook, and subscribe
to my blog at www.rechargingqigong.com. They are
all for our growth.

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

Dr. Wu Dhi
Dr. Wu Dhi

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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

feed.”

WHICH WOLF ARE YOU FEEDING? We always have a

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

imagine.

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. www.qigonginnercircle.com 

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

Happiness.

Dr. Wu Dhi

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