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Exercise and Sleeping Better

Exercise And Sleeping Better.

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Tai Chi and Qigong Aid Mental and Physical Health

Try these two ancient Chinese health care symptoms to enhance your physical health and mental well being.

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Tai Chi and Qigong Aid Mental and Physical Health

Try these two ancient Chinese health care symptoms to enhance your physical health and mental well being.

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The Seven Chakras

An article about the seven energy centers of the body.

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Where to Find The Energy to Lead

Where do you find your energy lead? Is it through exercise; think-tank like brainstorming; mediation, or something else? This article examines three sources of energy for leaders, and explains how you can tap into them.

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Tai Chi Qigong

The Mingmen can be translated as meaning “gateway of your Ming”

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How to Live Better and Longer

I took the quiz in Parade Magazine on Sunday which tested my knowledge regarding things I could do to live to a healthy old age. Both my parents are 91 years old. I have some good genes, but knowing a bit more could help me stay around for a very long time. Heck, a 105 year old lady just renewed her driver’s license in California!

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Tai Chi

One Chinese traditional martial art.

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Chi Kung: A Near Death Experience

DOCTOR Ted Cibik knew he desired to commit his life to health as well as Qigong at a really little age as well as for a very profound reason … he died. Two times really. Immediately after he was five and also when again when he was 12.

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How Men Over 60 Can Stay in Shape

Many men over 60 can stay in shape by following a healthy regimen, exercising regularly, and watching what they eat and drink. An active lifestyle will be beneficial to older men and will keep them feeling lively, instead of tired and sluggish if they are just sitting around.

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