Keeping Warm with a Hot Water Bottle

Here in Seattle we’ve had some pretty nasty weather the last week; snow, freezing rain, wind storm and just plain cold. It was so bad that they closed the airport temporarily, tens of thousands lost power, and there were a ton of accidents.  Many from the East Coast think we are pathetic because we can’t …

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The Asian Green Vegetable to Help Your Eyesight

Last week during qi gong class, Dr. Wang, an acupuncturist and herbalist, gave a discussion on eyes. Over the last five years or so, there has been a noticeable deterioration of my eyesight. This is probably due to age, as well as the more frequent use of staring at a monitor.  Our lifestyles today have …

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Ginger Tips and Recipes to Fight the Flu

What do you eat when you have the flu?  Is it the standard chicken soup and soda crackers, which is always so comforting? Do you make sure you have lots of liquids that include hot lemon and honey tea?  These always do wonders for me, but being Asian, sometimes I crave Asian flavors when sick. …

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Is There Such a Thing as Self-Healing?

Do you or anyone you know, suffer from pain or have health issues?  Don’t we all?  Yes, we are all concerned with our health because we know that better health means better life. In feng shui, my master, Shan-Tung Hsu,  always teaches us about qi energy in all things and how balancing the yin-yang will …

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Simple Ways to Relax and Relieve Tension

I have the most fabulous yoga instructor, John, who is very spiritual and insightful in his teachings.  He approaches yoga not only through the physical but through the mental as well.  On the point of relaxation, he always has such good advice.  Being aware of your body is a good start.  Everyone creates their own …

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