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During the Spring San Miguel Age-Reversal Retreat and generic viagra caverta 2c cialis cheap the Transformation 2012 Telesummit I participated in with Mari from “Aha! Moments” I received many requests to offer my Body Intelligence workshop. I am pleased to announce that I have organized an all day session on June 2nd, 2012 here in Minneapolis entitled:  “How to Tap Into the pathway of our Body Intelligence”.

 

This Body Intelligence Workshop came as a viagra sample overnight delivery direct result of your inquiries and need for information. The cost to attend is only $47 and if you click on the links in this article it will take you to the page for more information and to join the group.

I am also working on a boots chemist viagra retail price Feng Shui class that will be offered in mid-June. More on that in future posts. Please bookmark my website here and keep in touch with me on Facebook for further information on both classes.

I am honored to be your guide through these sessions. If you have any questions of course, please contact me through here or email me directly at maykyyue@yahoo.com. Please share this information through your social media channels if possible! Thank  you.   Share 'New Workshop Being Offered: Body Intelligence' on Delicious Share 'New Workshop Being Offered: Body Intelligence' on Digg Share 'New Workshop Being Offered: Body Intelligence' on Facebook Share 'New Workshop Being Offered: Body Intelligence' on Google+ Share 'New Workshop Being Offered: Body Intelligence' on LinkedIn Share 'New Workshop Being Offered: Body Intelligence' on Pinterest Share 'New Workshop Being Offered: Body Intelligence' on reddit Share 'New Workshop Being Offered: Body Intelligence' on StumbleUpon Share 'New Workshop Being Offered: Body Intelligence' on Twitter Share 'New Workshop Being Offered: Body Intelligence' on Add to Bookmarks Share 'New Workshop Being Offered: Body Intelligence' on Email Share 'New Workshop Being Offered: Body Intelligence' on Print Friendly

I hope you will join us! – May

How I Became Interested in Chinese Astrology and Feng Shui

Chinese Zodiac Charting Services offered by May Yue of Tao of Youth

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I was in Hong Kong a few years ago to print my book “Tao of Youth” Let Nature Heal You. I left Hong Kong to go to college and had stayed in the USA all these years and I was back there for four years ago almost 2-3 times a year. I noticed that people in Hong Kong are really into Feng Shui and Astrology. I met a few well known Feng Shui masters through my friends. I was consulting them on what to do with my house and myself.

By the time I needed to come back to the USA, I was wondering how I could continue to practice this knowledge. I decided the best way is for me to learn everything about Feng Shui. I bought all their study courses and all the books and started to study in the USA. The more I get into it, the more I realized this is ancient information that you cannot learn in school and the only way to acquire these lost ancient secrets is through the Feng Shui Masters.

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In fact, I found out that practicing the art of Feng Shui according to time (where the Hong Kong masters use that ‘Nine flying star” chart) was a lost secret until the 1980′s. A decedent of some elite members of the emperor’s court passed it on to him and he started teaching a couple of people and one of them happened to be my Feng Shui Master Edward Li. Previous to that people only understood Feng Shui according to space like most interior designers do.

He had then become the most famous Feng Shui master in the world. He had consulted Coca cola and about 80% of the wealthy tycoons in Hong Kong. He is a wizard and he is able to synthesize these information into simpler versions so that people like me can comprehend.

He then teaches Chinese eight character reading that also help each person figure out his or her Chinese Astrological DNA so he or she can follow those information so they are well align with themselves with the environment besides using Feng Shui. Combining element deficiency information and also Feng Shui, your life will be more balanced and you will perform well. I hope this helps you in understanding why this ancient knowledge is so important to our well being.

We are going through very difficult transition time. There are tremendous changes that have been thrown at us unexpectedly. Our lives are in chaos and we are all feeling the stress. By following some of these customized charts and implementing some of these directions, our brain starts taking control of the path. The next thing we know we are doing better. I have seen many good results and I have seen people change their lives. So I have decided to help others by charting for them. Take a moment to see my information on Chinese Astrological Charting. I would be honored to assist you in your journey. - May

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Inspiring True Story of my “Da Goo Ma” – by Author May Yue

A Spring that Comes Later in Life!

This was the headline that a Fujien, China newspaper displayed over an article about my Da Goo Ma—my “Big Auntie”—in 1985, eleven years before she died. She was a hero in Fujien Province for reviving a women’s college that was closed during the Cultural Revolution, when she, a former professor, was sent to work on a pig farm. I learned so much from her and I want to share those lessons with you.

My Big Auntie was my father’s oldest sister and her real name was Bao Sheng, but we called her Da Goo Ma (da means big, or elder, and goo ma means paternal aunt). My grandfather treated her like a son and sent her to the U.S. for education. She received a master’s degree in Chemistry from Columbia University, and in 1937 she became the first Chinese woman to earn a PhD from Johns Hopkins University.

In the U.S., Bao Sheng traveled in prestigious circles—one of her professors at Johns Hopkins had discovered vitamins A, B and C—and she returned to China with high expectations of serving her country in academia. Indeed, she was revered as one of the highest-ranking scholars and was hired at Fujien Hwa Nan Women’s College in the city of Fuzhou, where she started a chemistry department. Soon she was promoted to dean of the college.

In 1949, when the rest of my family escaped to Hong Kong, my Da Goo Ma decided to stay in China. She had devoted herself to serving women in education, and she didn’t want to give up that mission. But my Aunt’s life was about to become a nightmare.

In 1957, as Chairman Mao’s Five Year Plan was coming to an end, Bao Sheng was publicly targeted as an elitist, and therefore an enemy of the people, because she was educated in the U.S. and had relatives there and in Hong Kong. The Communist Party humiliated her by demoting her from dean to cleaning lady at Hwa Nan Women’s College. Escape was impossible, so she stayed and scrubbed the floors. The Party closed the college in 1964.

In 1966, at the start of the Cultural Revolution, Boa Sheng was banished to a “re-education farm” where she spent eight years raising pigs. She was not allowed to communicate with friends and family members during those years. Sometimes our relatives would go to the farm and sneak food to her through the fences. My father and her brother and sister who lived outside out China had been sending her money every month. She was not given the money but the government kept the money in an account for her. (She was given the money when she was released)

Finally, in 1974, Deng Xiaoping came into power and my aunt was allowed to return home. Jobless, Bao Sheng spent the next five years clearing her name from the government’s counter-revolutionary list. It had been 27 years since she had last used her skills as an educator.

In 1980, she came to visit us in Minnesota. She was 78 years old and it was her first trip to the U.S. in 40 years. After barely a year in the U.S. Da Goo Ma grew impatient. She wanted to resume her leadership role in educating women in China. So at age 79, back to China she went.

Fujien Hwa Nan Women’s College was still closed and in need of repair. My aunt decided to reopen it.

In 1982 she traveled to the U.S., established a network of successful Hwa Nan alumnae, and petitioned them for money. She incorporated a 501c3 nonprofit organization as a repository for the funds. Within a year she raised enough to start reconstruction and to pay for 14 English-speaking teacher’s salaries. (They came from grants from some very prestige’s foundations like Pearl butt and Lutheran church of America ) She also ran for office in 1983 and was elected to represent the people of Fujien province at the National Assembly in Beijing.

I asked my Da Goo Ma how she could have such a positive attitude, without bitterness toward the people who devalued her and put 27 of her most productive years to waste. She said she was not bitter because 27 years “is just a little blip of time in thousands of years of history,” and that our country had to go through a period of turmoil to become the China that it should be.

“I still have 10 good years to contribute to China,” Da Goo Ma told me at age 79. “I do not care about politics. I care about China’s women. They need education and they need a whole generation of new leaders to help build China. I can help with that,” she said.

My father and my uncles begged my Da Goo Ma to stay in the U.S., and said they would take care of her. “If I stay here I would only be a burden to the family,” she said. “I am not needed here, but China needs me and my contribution.” That was that!

In 1984, the provincial government approved the registration of Fujien Hwa Nan Women’s College, and Bao Sheng received major funding for construction from the Fujien Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong. My aunt recruited prominent citizens for the Board of Regents—among them, Han Suyin, who had written the novel that inspired the 1955 Hollywood movie Love Is A Many-Splendored Thing. The board appointed Bao Sheng as the college’s first president.

With government support, a library was built in the summer of 1985. In October, a grand opening was held, and 200 women started classes. Bao Sheng’s story was told in the newspaper article “A Spring That Comes Later In Life!”

My aunt wasn’t finished. In 1988, having attended ceremonies for the first graduating class, she visited alumnae networks in California, Florida, Minnesota and Washington DC to raise funds for expanding the college. In 1989, she received a large grant from a merchant in Hong Kong to build an arts and literature department. In 1991, at age 87, she went again to the U.S. to raise funds for engineering and nursing departments. Illness slowed her down after a fundraising trip to Hong Kong in 1992, but enrollment continued to grow, and construction continued.

Now imagine Bao Sheng in 1995, tiny and frail at age 92, taking the stage at the 10-year anniversary of the reopening of Fujien Hwa Nan Women’s College—still, today, the only women’s private college in China. She passed away the following year at age 94, with her mission accomplished and her dream come true.

Maybe what I learned from Da Goo Ma is obvious by now, but I’ll tell you anyway. First of all, it is never too late to do what your heart tells you. Second, it’s not just outside forces that stop us from accomplishing our goals—it’s giving in to bitterness, blaming others and thinking that life is unfair. At age 79, my aunt didn’t cling to the past—she went full steam ahead and surprised everyone! Now she is part of the history books.

Her story inspires me and I cannot wait to go out and make a difference like Bao Sheng did. It is never too late. Now is always the right time. Today is always Da Goo Ma Day!

Wishing you a glorious life, lived with passion!   —  May

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Dragon Year 2012

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Feng Shui – For Water Dragon Year 2012

2012 Water Dragon Nine Flying Stars

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It is not difficult to learn the fundamental principles of Feng Shui. I can teach you. It had been perceived as complex because most Feng Shui masters do not share and do not disclose their “trade” secrets and so mystify the knowledge of Feng Shui.

One important reason for Feng Shui to be so popular especially among the wealthy tycoons in Hong Kong is because of the powerful effect of Feng shui. Proper lay out can change the energy field of the environment, and change the causal-effect of your destiny and outcome of your intent. A better way to say it is the Chinese knew all about all the buzz in the “Secret” book and about “Law of Attraction” before the West even give this a term. We had kept this a real secret for centuries, the emperor uses this to rule his empire and [Read more...]

Age Reversal Retreat – San Miguel Allende, Mexico

Come join us this March to the historical city of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

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Please join us!

Age Reversal Retreat presented by “Tao of Youth” and May Yue

March 9 – 11, 2012

Aging isn’t supposed to be painful. Our bodies have tremendous healing power, but we are not accustomed to acknowledge this.

The truth is, we can reverse the aging process and we can do it naturally. At our Age Reversal Retreat you will:

  • Learn to use the “body intelligence” that nature gave you to reverse your own aging process.
  • Awaken the Three Healers within you – the physician, the psychologist and the priest – and put them to work.
  • Enjoy greater abundance in your life as a result of better physical, mental and spiritual health.
  • Learn to attract the people and events that can help you to fulfill your life purpose.
  • Ignite the beauty within you!
Our location is the beautiful historical city of San Miguel Allende, Mexico called “the heart” of Mexico.San Miguel is home to writers, artists, musicians and healers of all kinds including a large English speaking population.
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The Year Of The Dragon

2012 The Year Of The Dragon

2012 The Year Of The Dragon

In Chinese astrology the dragon is quite special and very much revered.

The dragon holds special significance for the Chinese people.

More than 4,000 years ago, there were two large tribes and many smaller tribes in China. The tribes had animals as emblems. The two large tribes unified and chose the dragon as their symbol. In fact, the Han Chinese still call themselves the descendants of the Dragon. Still today, the Dragon is a revered symbol. You can see many sculptures and carvings of the dragon. Even today, the Chinese associate the dragon with power and wisdom. In Chinese astrology a dragon person is special. Born in the Chinese Year of the Dragon they usually stand out as befits a dragon. They are powerful and wise.

In a group of people, “the Chinese Year of the Dragon person” stands out. There is a certain aura about them.

They certainly are not shy – they demand attention and respect.

The dragon is a symbol of power.

Therefore in Chinese astrology the dragon person born under this Chinese Zodiac sign tends to be a “doer” – they do things and achieve power by getting things done. The Dragon is the fifth sign in the Chinese Zodiac and in ancient China, a dragon represents an emperor or power.

What does 2012 and the Year of the Dragon have in store for us? Anticipate a wild [Read more...]

Beyond My Yoga Exercise

I was introduced to Bikram Yoga practice about 9 years ago and I had been practicing since. I had treated my Bikram Yoga practice more as a stretching exercise and now I have learned a lot about the medical benefits of it.

Since I started reading more about it I discovered that a lot of the gurus of Yoga came to the West in the early 1920’s teaching the mind-body connection of yoga. Since I am Chinese I cannot help but be influenced by the Tao teaching, as well as Buddhist teaching, as that was very much a part of my heritage. I also came from a family that was influenced by British missionaries, and our family had been Christian for four generations. To put it mildly, I am spiritually diverse!

The seeking of information about Yoga philosophy was my curiosity. In my inherent quest for knowledge I decided to find out how different the Yogi’s thinking is in relationship to [Read more...]

China Project: Famous Cornell Oxford Study

EAT like rural Chinese
Live like modern American

President Clinton followed this diet so he can lost 17 lbs so he would [Read more...]

Will Power: It’s In Your Head

This article appeared in the November 27, 2011 issue of The New York Times. I was fascinated by the content and often wonder if we can control our will power by our sheer determination. The question remains: “Is will power an illusion?”

In her 2008 book Health at Every Size, nutritionist Linda Bacon argues that because of how the brain’s hypothalamus works, it is a “myth” that anyone can will themselves to lose weight by maintaining a diet. “It’s not your fault!” she writes, “Biology is so powerful that it can make you break the diet.”

This year, in their book Willpower: Rediscovering the Greatest Human Strength, Social Psychologist Roy F. Baumeister, and New York Times science writer John Tierney survey a large body of scientific research to conclude that will power is limited and depends on a continuous supply of simple sugar glucose. When glucose is depleted, you fall prey to impulse shopping, affairs and cookies. The solution is:

“Try to get some glucose in you.”

Time’s writer Greg Walton and Carol Dweck do not think so. In research that they conducted — with psychologist Veronika Job — they confirmed that will-power can be quite limited – if only you [Read more...]

The Health-Boosting Properties of Super Food part II

I have mentioned in part I that Gary Null Phd and Martin Feldman, MD had culled through research papers and also medical literatures and have come up with 18 super foods. Part I covers 9 super foods and part II here I will present the other 9 super foods.

Goji Berry

Also known as wolfberry in it’s native Europe, the goji plant is found in much of Asoa, where it appears in Tibet and Himalaya area. This berry is common ingredient in Traditional Chinese Medicine TMC, dating back thousands of years in use.

It has a high concentration of phytochemicals, amino acids, vitamins B and C, and beta-carotene. It contains 11 essential and 22 trace dietary minerals, is an great source of antioxidant lycopene and is moderately high in alpha-linolenic acid. It also can supply extra protein, dietary fiber, calcium, zinc and selenium.

This fruit protects against cardiovascular and inflammatory diseases and age-related [Read more...]

The Power Of Coincidence

This recent Labor Day weekend was a good time for me to clean up my guest room and I came across this book called The Power Of Coincidence, by David Rico, who is a therapist, teacher, and author who leads popular workshops around the country.

This book helped me understand the unexplained events in my life that changes me and how all of these events are catalyst of my transformation and lead me into my path of doing what I am suppose to do in this life time.

According to Rico, most of us are quite aware of our limited powers and yet not so aware of our boundless potential. This potential is our true self, an energy that unconditionally and universally loves, discerning with the wisdom of ages, and abundantly rich with healing power. When these sleeping powers are activated, we are acting accord with the best in us. Our spiritual powers may remain sleeping giants in our psyche and never display themselves in our actions. When our destiny remains unfulfilled and a sense of “something missing” may pervade our life.

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The Health-Boosting Properties Of Super Foods Part I

In this article Gary Null, PhD, and Martin Feldman, MD present 18 super foods that should be featured in the diet of health-care providers and their patients. In this article I will present 9 of them in Part I and another 9 in the Part II.

The benefits described have been culled from the medical literature, and a sampling of the research conducted on these foods and their nutritional components is included in the references. What follows is a look at the specific preventive and curative properties of these super foods.

Apples

For thousands of years, apples have been used to address numerous medical conditions, including diabetes, fevers, inflammatory disorders, and heart ailments.

One phytochemical found in apples is phloretin, a natural antibiotic. Apples also contain pectin and pectic acids that add essential bulk to a diet.

Apples also have high levels of phenols and poly phenols and poosess other antioxidant, chemoprotective properties. Consequently they help guard against a variety of cancers, including leukemia and cancer of the colon, lung, breast, liver and skin. These chemicals also provide essential nutrients that improve cardiovascular health, reduce the risk of coronary hear disease and stroke and prevent atherosclerosis.

Apricot

This fruit has a long and rich history in the medical practices of China and India. In Traditional Chinese Medicine ( TMC), apricots and their kernels and prescribed for the treatment of asthma, cough and [Read more...]

Baked Sweet Potato Latkes

Serves: 7-8, Prep: 15 min, Cook: 35 min, Total: 50 min

(These can easily be reheated in a skillet with a little oil)

Ingredients

  • 1 pound grated sweet potatoes
  • 1/2 medium onion, finely chopped
  • 1 egg, beaten (Vegan substitute: Ener-G Egg Replacer—potato & tapioca starch) [Read more...]

What Is Bodhisattva?

A Lesson from My Friend Sabrina.

I had never heard this word before in my life until my high school class mate Sabrina called me from India about three years ago and said:

“May do you know the meaning of the Quan Yin’s chant Om Ma Ne Pad Me Hon, I am in India take a pen and write it down. It means Lotus jewel, grant me omniscience, manifest compassion effortlessly, fulfilling all wishes. I am reading this from a book written by Osho and why don’t you go and buy all his books. I like to be a Bodhisattva.”

I thought, what does all this mean? She did not need to call me all the way from India just to tell me this.

My friend died prematurely last year from a fall in a shower. Ever since that time I have been thinking about her and really miss her soul. Yes her life was short, yet I had been influenced by her greatly. We had gone to a retreat together that was run by her guru Rinpoche in San Francisco and I had started to understand [Read more...]

HFI Is Your First Line Of Defense

Nearly fifty years of research suggests that a compound of humic fulvic acid is a valuable support for people who seek relief from nutritional imbalances, immune system disorders and viral diseases.

Humic fulvic acid’s greatest contribution to human health will be as a preventive dietary supplement. Every scientific test of humic fulvic acid has conclusively proven that it is most effective and efficient when it’s introduced into the system before a threat appears.

With new strains and mutations of microbes constantly popping up around the globe, our immune systems are being challenged like never before. That is why we suggest the use of a purified, refined, and standardized humic fulvic acid supplement on a daily basis, as a part of your regular health maintenance routine. Daily use of humic fulvic acid will assist the body in manufacturing the glycoproteins that balance and regulate the various components of the immune system.

Along with microbial threats, we are witnessing a continuing influx of industrial and agricultural toxic pollutants into our air, our water, and unfortunately, even into our food supply. Humic fulvic acid will act as a gentle and mild daily detoxifier that will inhibit and reverse the build-up of [Read more...]