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Meditation May Affect Fertility

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Dr. Daoshing Ni is a Licensed Acupuncturist in California, and a Diplomat of Chinese Herbology NCCA. He is involved in traditional Chinese medicine and is an examiner for the California Acupuncture Committee.

Dr. Dao is a member of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Pacific Coast Fertility Society and the American Association of Oriental Medicine.

Dr. Dao lets us glimpse into parts of his book, The Tao of Fertility, dealing with Qi Gong and meditation.

Dr. Dao:

Yes, in Tao of Fertility, the book that has been published, in there are sections of Qi Gong and meditation segment that I have actually shown. It’s different pulses you can do, combined with some imagery that you can use.

There’s probably about five of them, five to seven of them, that you can use at your leisure at home to help you to harvest and to attract energy into your endocrine system, your pelvic regions, to help you to improve your ovulation, improve your implantation and fertility rate.

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