Journey in Harmony I, Safe Driving Music MP3 by Master Shen Wu (In WMA file but could be converted to MP3 if you wish)
The music adopts the various melodies and rhythms of the central province of China along the Yellow River, where the ancient Chinese civilization originated. Their music was mainly composed of the Gong (Earth) sound. Gong music corresponds to the earth element. According to Chinese medicine, the Gong sound opens and enters the energy channels of the spleen and stomach of the human body, improving their overall functioning. It is most effective in treating the following conditions: poor appetite, anxiety, nausea, cold limbs, numbness, problems of the autonomic nervous system, stomach ulcers, chronic enteritis, other digestive disorders, constipation, deficiency of platelets in plasma, and dizziness.
- Beneficial for the spleen and stomach meridians
- Balance and improve the mind, heart, spirit of the listener
- Improve the functioning of the overall body
- Reduce or eliminate problems associated with poor appetite, anxiety, nausea, cold limbs, numbness, problems of the autonomic nervous system, stomach ulcers, chronic enteritis, other digestive disorders, constipation, deficiency of platelets in plasma, and dizziness
Hesitating on whether you should buy it or not? Why not listen to the short music preview below to experience it first or read through the past testimonials?
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