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[PBS] The Mystery of Chi Energy, Known As The Life Force, Used In Chinese Healing System - Bill Moyers - Communist China Has More Freedom Of Choice In Healthcare Than America Does; Why Is That? Meaning Of Waking Up At Night, Meridian Activation - What Is Chi Energy System?


Why is an ancient 2,000 year old medical system that actually works much better and at much mower cost than drugs, radiation and surgery, not allowed to be used in the US medical monopoly system? 

Wikipedia; "Acupuncture is a form of alternative medicine.[2] It is used most commonly for pain relief,[9][10] though it is also used to treat a wide range of conditions. The majority of people who seek out acupuncture do so for musculoskeletal problems, including low back pain, shoulder stiffness, and knee pain.[31] Acupuncture is generally only used in combination with other forms of treatment.[11]

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Acupuncture is the insertion of thin needles into the skin.[3] According to the Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research (Mayo Clinic), a typical session entails lying still while approximately five to twenty needles are inserted; for the majority of cases, the needles will be left in place for ten to twenty minutes.[33] It can be associated with the application of heat, pressure, or laser light.[3] 

Clinical practice varies depending on the country.[8][37] A comparison of the average number of patients treated per hour found significant differences between China (10) and the United States (1.2).[38]Chinese herbs are often used.[39] There is a diverse range of acupuncture approaches, involving different philosophies.[7] Although various different techniques of acupuncture practice have emerged, the method used in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) seems to be the most widely adopted in the US.[2] Traditional acupuncture involves needle insertion, moxibustion, and cupping therapy,[17] and may be accompanied by other procedures such as feeling the pulse and other parts of the body and examining the tongue.[2] 

Traditional acupuncture involves the belief that a "life force" (qi) circulates within the body in lines called meridians.[40] The main methods practiced in the UK are TCM and Western medical acupuncture.[41] The term Western medical acupuncture is used to indicate an adaptation of TCM-based acupuncture which focuses less on TCM.[40][42] The Western medical acupuncture approach involves using acupuncture after a medical diagnosis.[40] 

In traditional acupuncture, the acupuncturist decides which points to treat by observing and questioning the patient to make a diagnosis according to the tradition used. In TCM, the four diagnostic methods are: inspection, auscultation and olfaction, inquiring, and palpation. Inspection focuses on the face and particularly on the tongue, including analysis of the tongue size, shape, tension, color and coating, and the absence or presence of teeth marks around the edge.[44] 

Auscultation and olfaction involve listening for particular sounds such as wheezing, and observing body odor.[44] Inquiring involves focusing on the "seven inquiries": chills and fever; perspiration; appetite, thirst and taste; defecation and urination; pain; sleep; and menses and leukorrhea.[44] Palpation is focusing on feeling the body for tender "A-shi" points and feeling the pulse.[44]


Acupuncture needles

Traditional and modern Japanese guiding tube needles

The most common mechanism of stimulation of acupuncture points employs penetration of the skin by thin metal needles, which are manipulated manually or the needle may be further stimulated by electrical stimulation (electroacupuncture).[2] Acupuncture needles are typically made of stainless steel, making them flexible and preventing them from rusting or breaking.[45] Needles are usually disposed of after each use to prevent contamination.[45] 

Reusable needles when used should be sterilized between applications.[45][46] (In Washington State, acupuncture needles need to be new and are not allowed to be reused for any reason.)

Needles vary in length between 13 to 130 millimetres (0.51 to 5.12 in), with shorter needles used near the face and eyes, and longer needles in areas with thicker tissues; needle diameters vary from 0.16 mm (0.006 in) to 0.46 mm (0.018 in),[47] with thicker needles used on more robust patients. Thinner needles may be flexible and require tubes for insertion. The tip of the needle should not be made too sharp to prevent breakage, although blunt needles cause more pain.[48]

Apart from the usual filiform needle, other needle types include three-edged needles and the Nine Ancient Needles.[47] Japanese acupuncturists use extremely thin needles that are used superficially, sometimes without penetrating the skin, and surrounded by a guide tube (a 17th-century invention adopted in China and the West). Korean acupuncture uses copper needles and has a greater focus on the hand.[37]

Needling technique

The skin is sterilized and needles are inserted, frequently with a plastic guide tube. Needles may be manipulated in various ways, including spinning, flicking, or moving up and down relative to the skin. Since most pain is felt in the superficial layers of the skin, a quick insertion of the needle is recommended.[49] Often the needles are stimulated by hand in order to cause a dull, localized, aching sensation that is called de qi, as well as "needle grasp," a tugging feeling felt by the acupuncturist and generated by a mechanical interaction between the needle and skin.[2] 

Acupuncture can be painful.[50] The skill level of the acupuncturist may influence how painful the needle insertion is, and a sufficiently skilled practitioner may be able to insert the needles without causing any pain.[49]

De-qi sensation

De-qi (Chinese: 得气; pinyin: dé qì; "arrival of qi") refers to a sensation of numbness, distension, or electrical tingling at the needling site which might radiate along the corresponding meridian. If de-qi can not be generated, then inaccurate location of the acupoint, improper depth of needle insertion, inadequate manual manipulation, or a very weak constitution of the patient can be considered, all of which are thought to decrease the likelihood of successful treatment. If the de-qi sensation does not immediately occur upon needle insertion, various manual manipulation techniques can be applied to promote it (such as "plucking", "shaking" or "trembling").[51]

Once de-qi is achieved, further techniques might be utilized which aim to "influence" the de-qi; for example, by certain manipulation the de-qi sensation allegedly can be conducted from the needling site towards more distant sites of the body. Other techniques aim at "tonifying" (Chinese: 补; pinyin: bǔ) or "sedating" (Chinese: 泄; pinyin: xiè) qi.[51] The former techniques are used in deficiency patterns, the latter in excess patterns.[51] De qi is more important in Chinese acupuncture, while Western and Japanese patients may not consider it a necessary part of the treatment.[37]


Acupressure, a non-invasive form of bodywork, uses physical pressure applied to acupressure points by the hand or elbow, or with various devices.[52]

Acupuncture is often accompanied by moxibustion, the burning of cone-shaped preparations of moxa (made from dried mugwort) on or near the skin, often but not always near or on an acupuncture point. Traditionally, acupuncture was used to treat acute conditions while moxibustion was used for chronic diseases. Moxibustion could be direct (the cone was placed directly on the skin and allowed to burn the skin, producing a blister and eventually a scar), or indirect (either a cone of moxa was placed on a slice of garlic, ginger or other vegetable, or a cylinder of moxa was held above the skin, close enough to either warm or burn it).[53]

Cupping therapy is an ancient Chinese form of alternative medicine in which a local suction is created on the skin; practitioners believe this mobilizes blood flow in order to promote healing.[54]
Tui na is a TCM method of attempting to stimulate the flow of qi by various bare-handed techniques that do not involve needles.[55]

Electroacupuncture is a form of acupuncture in which acupuncture needles are attached to a device that generates continuous electric pulses (this has been described as "essentially transdermal electrical nerve stimulation [TENS].[56]

Fire needle acupuncture also known as fire needling is a technique which involves quickly inserting a flame-heated needle into areas on the body.[57]

Sonopuncture is a stimulation of the body similar to acupuncture using sound instead of needles.[58] This may be done using purpose-built transducers to direct a narrow ultrasound beam to a depth of 6–8 centimetres at acupuncture meridian points on the body.[59] Alternatively, tuning forks or other sound emitting devices are used.[60]

Acupuncture point injection is the injection of various substances (such as drugs, vitamins or herbal extracts) into acupoints.[61]

Auriculotherapy, commonly known as ear acupuncture, auricular acupuncture, or auriculoacupuncture, is considered to date back to ancient China. It involves inserting needles to stimulate points on the outer ear.[62] The modern approach was developed in France during the early 1950s.[62]

Scalp acupuncture, developed in Japan, is based on reflexological considerations regarding the scalp.
Hand acupuncture, developed in Korea, centers around assumed reflex zones of the hand. Medical acupuncture attempts to integrate reflexological concepts, the trigger point model, and anatomical insights (such as dermatome distribution) into acupuncture practice, and emphasizes a more formulaic approach to acupuncture point location.[63]

Cosmetic acupuncture is the use of acupuncture in an attempt to reduce wrinkles on the face.[64]

Bee venom acupuncture is a treatment approach of injecting purified, diluted bee venom into acupoints.[65]


A 2014 systematic review suggests that the nocebo effect of acupuncture is clinically relevant and that the rate of adverse events may be a gauge of the nocebo effect.[89] According to the 2014 Miller's Anesthesia book, "when compared with placebo, acupuncture treatment has proven efficacy for relieving pain".[43] A 2012 meta-analysis conducted by the Acupuncture Trialists' Collaboration found "relatively modest" efficiency of acupuncture (in comparison to sham) for the treatment of four different types of chronic pain (back and neck pain, knee osteoarthritis, chronic headache, and shoulder pain) and on that basis concluded that it "is more than a placebo" and a reasonable referral option.[90] Commenting on this meta-analysis, both Edzard Ernst and David Colquhoun said the results were of negligible clinical significance.[91][92] In 2017, the same research group updated their previous meta-analysis and again found acupuncture to be superior to sham acupuncture for non-specific musculoskeletal pain, osteoarthritis, chronic headache, and shoulder pain. They also found that the effects of acupuncture decreased by about 15% after one year.[94]

Lower back pain

A 2013 systematic review found that acupuncture may be effective for nonspecific lower back pain.[98] A 2012 systematic review found some supporting evidence that acupuncture was more effective than no treatment for chronic non-specific low back pain; the evidence was conflicting comparing the effectiveness over other treatment approaches.[11]  

A 2017 systematic review and meta-analysis concluded that, for neck pain, acupuncture was comparable in effectiveness to conventional treatment, while electroacupuncture was even more effective in reducing pain than was conventional acupuncture.[100] 

A 2017 systematic review for an American College of Physicians clinical practice guideline found evidence that acupuncture was effective for chronic low back pain, and evidence that it was effective for acute low back pain. The same review found that the strength of the evidence for both conditions was low to moderate.[101] 

Headaches and migraines

Two separate 2016 Cochrane reviews found that acupuncture could be useful in the prophylaxis of tension-type headaches and episodic migraines.[103][104] The 2016 Cochrane review evaluating acupuncture for episodic migraine prevention concluded that true acupuncture had a small effect beyond sham acupuncture and found moderate-quality evidence to suggest that acupuncture is at least similarly effective to prophylactic medications for this purpose.[104] A 2012 review found that acupuncture has demonstrated benefit for the treatment of headaches, but that safety needed to be more fully documented in order to make any strong recommendations in support of its use.[105]

Arthritis pain

A 2014 review concluded that "current evidence supports the use of acupuncture as an alternative to traditional analgesics in osteoarthritis patients."[106] 

A 2013 systematic review and network meta-analysis found that the evidence suggests that acupuncture may be considered one of the more effective physical treatments for alleviating pain due to knee osteoarthritis in the short-term compared to other relevant physical treatments[108] 

A 2010 Cochrane review found that acupuncture shows statistically significant benefit over sham acupuncture in the treatment of peripheral joint osteoarthritis.[109]

A 2013 Cochrane review found low to moderate evidence that acupuncture improves pain and stiffness in treating people with fibromyalgia compared with no treatment and standard care.[110]

A 2010 overview of systematic reviews found evidence to recommend acupuncture in the treatment of osteoarthritis, low back pain, and lateral elbow pain.[113]

Other joint pain

A 2007 review found that acupuncture was significantly better than sham acupuncture at treating chronic knee pain.[115] 

Post-operative pain and nausea

A 2013 systematic review concluded that acupuncture might be beneficial in prevention and treatment of PONV.[118] 

A 2009 Cochrane review found that stimulation of the P6 acupoint on the wrist was as effective as antiemetic drugs and was associated with minimal side effects.[117][119]

A 2014 systematic review found supportive but limited evidence for use of acupuncture for acute post-operative pain after back surgery.[120] 

Pain and nausea associated with cancer and cancer treatment

A 2014 systematic review published in the Chinese Journal of Integrative Medicine found that acupuncture may be effective as an adjunctive treatment to palliative care for cancer patients.[123] A 2013 overview of reviews published in the Journal of Multinational Association for Supportive Care in Cancer found evidence that acupuncture could be beneficial for people with cancer-related symptoms.[124] 

A 2013 systematic review found that acupuncture is an acceptable adjunctive treatment for chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting[127] 


A 2016 systematic review and meta-analysis found that acupuncture was "associated with a significant reduction in sleep disturbances in women experiencing menopause-related sleep disturbances."[129]


Chinese hospital in Bejing China; dispensing herbal pharmacy

Why can acupuncture and plant based medicine happen inside of a largest hospital in the capital of a despotic and freedom suppressing China, but not in US, where there is supposedly more freedom and infinite choices?

[PBS] "The Mystery of Chi Energy Bill Moyers
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Bejing Hospital dispensing herbal medical liquids to patients on every floor. They must drink their herbal phytomedicine, made fresh on a daily basis from local herbs and plants. Why can't US hospitals offer this for patients who desire it?

Why is there NO freedom of choice and NO open competitive market inside of the monopolistic medical industrial complex, specifically inside hospitals and clinics? 


1: The narrator, a US medical doctor, talks about how there are two separate healthcare systems in China. One is traditional, and relies on ancient herbal remedies developed over thousands of years, along with using chi energy. The other system relies on western medicine, and uses drugs, radiation and surgery, just like in the west. Both systems are used, with the patients choosing which system to use, not the doctors.  

3: There is no monopoly, just a choice of different healing systems that patients can use. Both types of healing systems are located INSIDE the same hospital, so there is no monopolistic exclusion of healing modalities as there is in the US. Patients can and do combine the two systems if that is what they want to do.  One system is not trying to get rid of the other or call the FDA or police on the traditional healers because they are practicing medicine without a license. Both systems are considered equal, but VERY different. 

5: He then shows off the largest herbal pharmacy in China, located inside of the largest and most famous hospital in all of China, in the heart of Bejing. The herbal pharmacy has no drugs, just herbs and other whole substances put into boxes that line the walls. The delivery of drugs makes a small mountain in the hallway, as large bags of bulk herbs are unloaded from the street into the pharmacy back entrance.

10: The pharmacy makes up small bags of herbs for patients that they take home and boil and then drink out of a thermos. Patients in the hospital are prescribed herbs which the herbal pharmacy cooks up and puts in thermos, which are then delivered to the patients rooms. The patients then drink this herbal phytomedicine throughout their stay in the hospital. Since it is a large and concentrated medicinal dose, the herbs generally do not taste good or bland, as one might experience with beverage teas for example, and the amount of herbs used per teacup is much larger than the amount found in a teabag. 

13: Then the narrator brings Bill into the surgery room, where brain surgeons cut a tumor out of the middle of the brain of a patient while she is awake and aware of what is going on, but she feels no pain, because they use acupuncture instead of drugs. In some hospitals, acupuncture and a mild electric current is all they use for getting rid of all pain, and in others, 50% of the normal amount of a western drug is used as anethesia, plus standard acupuncture. 

15; Narrator explains that one of the primary underlying reasons why the Chinese system works is because of the chi energy system. If it is out of balance, health turns into dis-ease. If chi balance is restored, then health is restored along with the chi being balanced. Western medicine has no idea what chi is, where it comes from or even how to measure it, much less determine if it is unbalanced or not. 

16: Acupuncture is based on chi energy flowing through meridians. If a channel becomes blocked, it creates a disease, so the needles open up the chi energy flow, and restore health, much like turning on a light switch, turns on a light. No switch, no light. Switch on, light is on. Western medicine does not study or recognize these chi energy pathways, much less use them for anything, despite the fact that they can be measured with a volt meter. 

17: The chi energy starts flowing again and the patient can feel it, if the proper point is pierced. The doctor can 'feel' the needle hitting the chi meridian because it feels 'stuck' and won't pull out, compared to missing it. It is like fishing where you feel a nibble, or a bite. It takes years of practice to get good at this. 

19: Millions of Chinese use acupuncture to treat their diseases, using doctors who do only that, and no western drugs at all.

The above picture is a brain scan before and after acupuncture session, showing a dramatic, large change has taken place.

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20: Massage is also used directly by doctors on their patients instead of needles to restore health, using their hands instead of needles to restore chi balance by unblocking energy meridians. 

24: Tai Chi can also be used by individuals to keep chi in balance, and it is a form of moving meditation, exercise and martial arts all at the same time. 

30: Health in the chinese system is a balance of physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. This balance depends on what one thinks, feels and says. Being out of balance with thoughts and feelings influence or blocks chi, which then creates disease either emotionally, mentally or physically. 

34: There are two forces in the universe, and they cannot exist without each other; yin and yang. The balance is what is health. Too much yin, too much yang, then disease results. Find the imbalance in yin and yang, and restore the balance, and one restores health. Doing art is one way to restore balance between yin and yang, but so is exercise, so it acupuncture, so are herbs, so is massage, etc. 

44: chi gong energy master.. a master can move chi energy in another person to the point where they are completely immune to any physical force being used against them. They can control another person using chi energy. It takes years to learn how to even start to use this energy, and a master may have practiced for 30 years. 

46: Chi Gong energy healing. A medical doctor can move the chi energy in a patient without even touching him. 

54: The US medical doctor is asked if any of this works and he answers that he does not know, but that Eastern medicine has to be married to western medicine and there has to be research to find out if it can save money, if it really works, and if it has less or no negative side effects compared to drugs for example. The offspring of this marriage of the two systems would be a brand new system of healthcare. Neither system as all of the answers. 

55: Many people in the US want their doctor to be a teacher, a holistic advisor, rather than someone who just hands out drugs and does surgery. What the US doctor learned from the Chinese medical system is how the mind changes the body, how important spirit is,and how the Chinese system is more holistic, compared to just studying the physical body as western medicine does.


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The US dis-ease symptom management system has no answer for pain other than expensive drugs, vaccines, surgery and radiation, plus physical therapy. Natural modalities which work in harmony with Nature offer many sustainable solutions for pain, without side effects or addictions, scars, etc., but they are not used by the medical industrial complex.

Long term, people often end up choosing natural solutions for pain, just because they work much better, at lower cost and with zero negative side effects. The corruption of the US disease management system is that these free or low cost solutions are not allowed inside of their high profit monopoly.


Qi, or Chi, is a form of electrical energy that flows throughout the body, it is the life force... Qi flows around the body through, tiny river like systems called meridian pathways... Occasional, these meridian pathways become blocked up... 

It can be looked at rather like a river being dammed off... It doesn't have to be a huge trauma, or one huge boulder that blocks the river off, it could be a great number of small irritations and stresses, rather like throwing a million small pebbles into the river, the pebbles soon build up and eventually, the river stops flowing...

Left unchecked these blockages can result in a variety of ailments, ranging from minor illnesses, to life threatening diseases.... However, once these blockages are cleared, the irritations and stresses are realized and released, the Qi will once again flow unhindered, and the body will return to health.

Also... Because Qi is a form of electricity, it generates magnetism because, where there is an electrical current flowing, there has to be magnetism. They both co-exist, one cannot be without the other... So, it is important to keep ones Qi energy flowing freely and positively, this produces not only good health but, it also produces a positive magnetic force, and having a positive magnetic force, will produce positive thought patterns, which in turn attract positive things into ones life.... 

The magnetic field produced can also be used to fend off negativity, in more ways than one... When mastered, if one were to be attacked for example, one wouldn't need to use any physical violence at all, and no pepper spray either... 

One can simple and effortlessly deflect any assault, be that physically, spiritually or psychologically.

I have been studying Qi for a great many years now, learning about it's healing ways, playing with it and working with it to test its authenticity.

Qi, is a tremendous source of power. It is *not* a toy, and should you seek out a practitioner to help you in some way, please be careful and diligent in your choice.
I wish you well... n e1"''

In traditional Chinese culture, qì or ch'i ( , also known as ki in Japanese culture) is an active principle forming part of any living thing.[1][2][3] Qi literally translates as "breath", "air", or "gas", and figuratively as "material energy", "life force", or "energy flow".[4] Qi is the central underlying principle in traditional Chinese medicine and martial arts.






via QiGong Master demonstrating Chi – YouTube

To learn more about QiGong, you can download the free audiobook below The Way of Qigong: The Art and Science of Chinese Energy Healing 

Qigong is an integrated mind-body healing method that has been practiced with remarkable results in China for thousands of years. The Chinese have long treasured qigong for its effectiveness both in healing and in preventing disease, and more recently they have used it in conjunction with modern medicine to cure cancer, immune system disorders, and other life-threatening conditions. Now in this fascinating, comprehensive volume, renowned qigong master and China scholar Kenneth S. Cohen explains how you too can integrate qigong into your life--and harness the healing power that will help your mind and body achieve the harmony of true health."



Why are these natural healing plants not used inside of the for profit medical industrial monopolistic complex?

Plant medicines are free or very low cost so no huge and obscene profits can be made from them.

Plant medicines cannot be patented, thus limiting profits.

Plant medicines empower people to solve their own health issues, rather than giving away their power and being harmed by the patented high cost drugs, radiation, chemo and vaccines offered within the Matrix.

Plant medicines have minimal negative side effects, making them much safer and gentler, which does not lead to taking more patent drugs to counter those negative side effects, which limits profits.

Plant medicines work on physical, mental, emotional and spiritual levels, while patent drugs work on just the physical level, thus keeping people stunted and 'underdeveloped' on many levels of consciousness.

Plant medicines work gently and slowly, reversing dis-ease and returning a person to health, while patent drugs are harsh, work quickly and often the effective dose is right below the deadly dose.

Plant medicines like medical marijuana often open consciousness and develop it gently, but patent drugs like synthetic marijuana either don't do that. Patented synthetic drugs designed to alter consciousness like synthetic LSD actually rip open the layers of consciousness, thereby causing damage and trauma.

WHOLE plant medicines that alter consciousness such as medical marijuana or magic mushrooms are almost universally non addictive or very low on that scale, when compared to synthetic patented drugs that are highly addictive, like oxycontin.

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Do you wake up at the same time every night? Most people aren’t sure why and don’t pay much pay attention to it. But it might be your body’s way of communicating with you!

According to traditional Chinese medicine, our body has countless energy meridians that are connected to our internal clock system. The Chinese use these energy meridians for acupuncture and acupressure. These energy meridians energize different parts of the body. In turn, your body sends signals about certain physical and emotional problems by waking you up at different times at night.

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To get the rest of the story, one has to learn about natural health and how to use them to deal with spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical issues. There may be times when drugs or surgery are necessary to stabilize a person temporarily. However, drugs are only addressing symptoms, not the root cause.

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By learning about root causes of issues and how to reverse them with natural modalities, the need for these drugs is reduced or eliminated. It may be helpful to take a drug for a short time to get through a difficult period, but use that time to find natural options and discover root causes, and work on alternative ways other than drugs to deal with the issue.

To learn more about the sustainable natural health system, which is often free or low cost, and has no negative side effects, click on;

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Countercurrent; "Margaret’s premise, as she puts it to Henry, is the balance point of the book: “It all turns on affection now . . . Affection. Don’t you see?”16

In a speech delivered in 2006, “Revitalizing Rural Communities,” Frederick Kirschenmann quoted his friend Constance Falk, an economist: “There is a new vision emerging demonstrating how we can solve problems and at the same time create a better world, and it all depends on collaboration, love, respect, beauty, and fairness.”17

Those two women, almost a century apart, speak for human wholeness against fragmentation, disorder, and heartbreak. The English philosopher and geometer, Keith Critchlow, brings his own light to the same point: “The human mind takes apart with its analytic habits of reasoning but the human heart puts things together because it loves them . . .” 18


For as ordinary as you feel at times, you possess a very extraordinary gift…the ability to love with depth and eloquence. Other creatures on your Earth plane are capable of expressing this particular emotion, however, humans give a depth and breadth to it unmatched in The Universe. In song, verse and action love, the way it was intended, is given life. Embrace your extraordinary life! ~ Creator
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What is the limit on the healing power of love? None... 

Humanity has just dipped the tip of a tiny toe in the infinite ocean of love. Love is the most mysterious and beautiful of all powers, and there is no limit or boundary on what love can do. 

Surrender to the mystery, magic and power of unconditional love, allowing it to flow like a river. Don't hold on to the shore or resist. Let go, surrender and flow into the ocean of infinite love, because that is at our core essence, who we really are. And the healing power of love knows no limits. 



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