GRANTS PASS, Ore. (PRWEB) March 22, 2018
Date aired: March 19th, 2018
Guest: Dame Dr. Effie Chow
Dame Dr. Effie Chow has for many years been a close colleague of water expert Sharon Kleyne and a frequent guest on Kleyne’s nationally syndicated radio program, The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® on VoiceAmerica. Dr. Chow, also an international water researcher, expert in traditional Chinese medicine and a Qigong Grandmaster, welcomed this recent opportunity to renew their spirited dialogue.
Kleyne, looking back to 2008 when Dr. Chow was knighted, celebrated her contemporary as an energy healer, acupuncturist, humanitarian, international speaker, Futurist and Visionary. “Dr. Chow’s long history as a major alternative healer is admired around the world,” said Kleyne.
“Your interest in water is mine as well,” said Chow. “Moisture (water) is the primary essence in our lives.” Reflecting on their parallel work paths, Kleyne said, “As you know, our atmosphere is drying up. We’re seeing the dehydration of people who aren’t drinking enough water or misting to replenish the rapidly evaporating water vapor of their bodies.” Chow added that the first question she asks any patient is ‘how much water do you drink every day?’
Dr. Chow described for Kleyne and their listeners how she became inspired to integrate traditional Chinese and western medicine in her practice. Chow referred to a time shortly before her birth. “I was a rebel from the very beginning, even in my mother’s womb,” Chow said. “My parents were living in Canada, but I refused to be born there. I had to be born in China.” Dr. Chow’s family was steeped in ancient Chinese medicine and her father, whom she adored, encouraged her studies. When he became ill and died, Chow vowed to master the ancient healing arts, and that led her to her to the practice and eventual mastery of Qigong.
Asked by Kleyne to define the practice of Qigong, Dr. Chow explained that Qigong itself is the basis for all Chinese medicine. “Qigong,” Chow said, “is a non-confrontational series of energy-breath exercises. Qigong teaches you to tune in to and listen to the energy of your body. It teaches you to ‘feel’ your energy system, your lymph system, your nervous system. Qigong teaches that you are not just a kidney. Every cell is connected. That is why you and I are connected to every other living being on earth, and to the wider universe as well.”
Kleyne, also the co-founder and research director of Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science®, said that everyone must understand that the water vapor is a living organism that keeps other organisms alive. Kleyne said that people should do all they can to slow down their body’s water evaporation, and Chow and Kleyne agreed that means drinking 8 to 10 glasses of water each day and learning to breathe properly. “85% of the people in the world don’t know how to breathe,” said Dr. Chow, who shared an effective breathing exercise for those who breathe from their shoulders up. “You must breathe from your diaphragm,” said Chow, “not from your neck and shoulders. Also, one should integrate into one’s life a lifelong practice, such as I have done with Qigong.” Chow went on to describe how she had ‘died’ three times in 2015 during medical procedures, but had come back each time thanks to her deep Qigong practice.
If you would like to listen to the program featuring Dame Dr. Effie Chow and Sharon Kleyne, please follow this link: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/95085/the-sharon-kleyne-hour