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As an adolescent, do you think some of your emotional choices would have been different if you truly believed that spending long periods of time in states of worry and anxiety would cause illnesses like colds, flu and even acne? As a young adult, is there even a chance you may have walked away earlier from intensely negative or toxic situations if you truly believed that they might cause tumors and even premature death? If this were what you truly believed today, wouldn't you share that knowledge with your child to help prevent illness into their adult life? Once upon a time, thousands of years ago, mystical sages taught secret practices for health and longevity to the emperors of China. It is known that these emperors were super human in their wisdom and strength. They were heralded as the greatest leaders of their time. Today, through the teachings of people like Taoist Master, Mantak Chia, these secrets are available for you and your family. Some of these techniques, or "formulas" are deceivingly simple. For example, the power of a Smile is greatly under-rated in many parts of the world. And yet, western doctors acknowledge that sadness and depression inhibit the immune system and in some severe cases may even cause death. If the ailment were sadness and depression, would the preventative medicine not be joyfulness? I assure you, a Smile is far less expensive than a prescription drug and no one has ever damaged their organs, gone through withdrawal or gotten the strength of their Smile dangerously wrong. Smiling Chi (energy) Kung (work) has its roots in ancient *Taoist medicine and has been used in China for more than 5000 years. Taoist meditation may be used as a means to understand the true human potential and connect with, feel and ultimately control the systems of the body. Once mastered, the practitioner may then utilize the awesome power of the mind to attain physical health and emotional balance, EVEN IF THEY ARE 5 YEARS OLD! It has been my experience that young, open-minded people are far more adept at mastering these techniques than those who have developed notions of right and wrong, possible and impossible. Children know that any thing they imagine becomes real. So let us be responsible grown-ups and teach them that good health and a peaceful mind are just Smiles away. * Chinese to English translation of the word Tao - The Way of Nature, The Way Without Force, The Way

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