Receptive Soul Meditation Music MP3 by Master Shen Wu (The instruction is in Chinese only)
The Receptive Soul meditation music incorporates the Zhi(Fire) sound which, according to Chinese medicine, opens and enters the energy channels of the heart and small intestine of the human body. It is most effective in treating the following conditions:chest stiffness, asthma with phlegm, eye fatigue, poor appetite, shoulder pain, wrist pain and numbness, heart problem, high and low blood pressure, palpitation, endocarditis, irregular heart beat, enlarged heart muscles, other heart problems, mental illnesses and pervasive insomnia.
- The opening of the heart has also been found to enhance one’s physical beauty
- Beneficial for the heart and small intestine meridians
- Improve the immune system within the body
- Balance and improve the mind, heart, spirit of the listener
- Improve the functioning of the overall body
- Beneficial for mental illnesses and pervasive insomnia
- Reduce or eliminate problems associated with chest stiffness, asthma with phlegm, eye fatigue, poor appetite, shoulder pain, wrist pain and numbness, heart problem, high and low blood pressure, palpitation, endocarditis, irregular heart beat, enlarged heart muscles, other heart problems
- Help maintain emotional stability and have a more resilient mindset that would not be as affected by worldly concerns as before
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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