According to Taoist Yin/Yang theory, Autumn represents the time when Yin energy becomes dominant, in preparation for the ‘hibernation’ of Winter, which is the time of maximum Yin.
And for lots of people, it can be a time of year when it feels like your-get-up-and-go, just got-up-and-went!
Call it SAD if you like, or just a natural seasonal slump, but one way or another it can be a difficult and tiring time (especially when Christmas and New Year celebrations come along in the middle!)
No wonder the start of a new year can sometimes seem like such a struggle.
So this year, I’d like to invite you to do things a little differently….
Before the days get too short, and life gets too busy, you have a precious opportunity to build up your energy, and ‘bolster the defences’ before Winter sets in.
You can do it in lots of different ways:
- Incorporating Qi boosting ‘power-foods’ into your diet
- Using tonic herbs
- With strengthening acupressure
- Or through Qi Gong exercises or breathing techniques
And there are lots of other tricks and techniques you could use, too.
If you do any one of these, you’ll be boosting your Qi and helping to ‘fill up the tank’ for Winter and beyond.
If you do a few of them at the same time, you’ll be able to make a big difference to your experience of this year’s ‘yin time’ – with greater energy and vitality, stronger immunity and a brighter outlook.
In fact, there’s loads you can do, and it can be hard to know what’s the best approach without someone to give you some pointers on the way…
Which is why, this year, I’ve put my head down and created a program out of everything I know about boosting energy levels, which I’ve honed and perfected over the past 20 years.
I’m pretty proud of it, and I’d like to invite you to take part.
It’s your opportunity to maximise your energy levels, not just this winter, but for good.
Find out how, here:
PS This program includes a one-day in-person masterclass in the UK, so if you’re overseas it might not be possible for you – sorry!
PPS At the time of writing, there are only 4 places left, so if you’re interested you might want to have a look sooner rather than later!