Cobb, CA (PRWEB) October 15, 2010
Certain ancient health practitioners and traditional doctors fully understood the principles and practices that create well being and extend life. The cultures of India, China and Tibet, produced rejuvenation medical specialties, with fully trained doctors who taught people how to regenerate themselves. The best rejuvenation schools were deeply influenced by advanced practitioners of meditation, yoga and qi gong. For those who learned “the right cultivation of life”, the rewards were great – trouble free functioning, throughout the course of life.
The human body contains a powerful rejuvenative chemistry. The right cultivation of the blood and the qi unlocks and magnifies that chemistry. The secret lies in the three part process of purification, re-balancing and rejuvenation. The New York Academy of Sciences recently published a journal of the extensive modern research which justifies the ancient practices.
In the critically acclaimed The Tao of Rejuvenation, now in its second printing, these ancient practices are described for the modern reader. There is something in the Tao of Rejuvenation for everyone. A little study eliminates allot of trouble.
"Angelo brings an uncommon wisdom to the seemingly common events of life, such as eating, sleeping, sex, love, and ultimately death. The accompanying tables provide an easy reference to access the appropriate foods, herbs, and conscious techniques for healing and rejuvenation. I found that even reading the text was relaxing, hopeful, and enriching of my 'yin'". -- Sidney Kurn, MD, author of Integrated Medicine for Neurological Disorders
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