GRANTS PASS, Ore. (PRWEB) June 05, 2018
Date aired: May 24th, 2018
Guest: Dame Dr. Effie Chow
Sharon Kleyne, host of the 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, wants her talk radio audience to take seriously the pivotal role that water plays in life and health, and so she happily welcomed back Dame Dr. Effie Chow to discuss the water vapor of the atmosphere and peoples’ perceptions about water.
Kleyne and Chow are strong supporters of Kleyne’s new lifestyle, which she has dubbed Water Life Science®. At the core of Water Life Science® are the following principles: drink 8 to 10 glasses of water a day, regularly supplement body and eyes with pure water, exercise, sleep well and eat a healthy diet.
Dr. Chow, herself a Qigong Grandmaster, an international water researcher and expert in traditional Chinese medicine, believes that a positive mind and sound thinking are essential to living a healthy Water Life Science® lifestyle. “When you rest in the evening,” said Chow, “you embrace the yin of the pure night; when you wake up in the morning, you embrace the rising yang, the pureness of the day.” Kleyne added that Chow’s description made her think of “the rhythm of the music of life.”
“Each cell is a microcosm of the macrocosm of the universe,” said Chow. That is why both Chow and Kleyne lament the rampant pollution that threatens all life on the planet. In her native China, for instance, Chow regrets the fact that many in the younger generation forsake traditional Chinese values and Chinese medicine for all things western. That the opening of 180 McDonald’s in Shanghai was widely celebrated made Chow sad. “It just means a lot of bad eating,” said Chow.
Chow remains true to her belief in Chine medicine and the practice of Qigong, especially, for promoting health and extending healthy lives. Qigong means learning to breathe, and Chow on air expertly demonstrated breathing through the nose, which acts as a filter of pollutants (“Nature’s Nasal,” Kleyne called it), and breathing through the diaphragm. “If you don’t breathe, you’re dead,” said Chow. Through Qigong, the perfect martial art for a Water Life Science® lifestyle, one learns to maximize use of water in the oxygen. “People must develop enlightened consciousness with regard to breathing,” Chow said.
Kleyne added that she performs daily breathing exercises in the shower. Chow approved, describing how the water in showers creates negative ions, which are good for you. Positive ions, on the other hand, are not so good. In fact, they are carcinogenic. Air conditioning creates positive ions. Chow also recommended hugging trees as a great way to reconnect with nature and improve breathing. “Trees breathe with and talk to you,” Chow said. Kleyne and Chow agreed that stress is often the result of over-evaporation of the body’s water vapor, and that everyone should supplement their boy water vapor several times a day with pure water, as people do when living a Water Life Science® lifestyle.
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/73803/the-sharon-kleyne-hour