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alcohol, which goes nowhere, I work with these clients on aligning, and on evolving their switch-over method to a chi practice. This allows them to embrace yang while being in a state of patience (yin) – which is what the alcohol is doing. Eventually, the urgent need for alcohol goes and they are able to enjoy a glass of wine or a drink for its social function or taste. Initially they do the chi practice around 5.30pm before they drink (as trying to change your lifestyle overnight is never practical) but then work towards shifting the chi practice to the morning and doing a conscious yin ‘handover’ at lunchtime. I always do a lunchtime meditation to get into an altered state, and allow a smooth transition from the yang of the morning to the yin of the afternoon, and I teach this to my clients as well. A lot of people don’t stop for lunch

because they feel that if they do, they ‘won’t get everything done’. But if you’re stressed about ‘getting everything done’, you’ve already got a yang rising imbalance. Getting your lifestyle cosmically aligned will slowly correct this. It will also make you healthier and more energetic so you’ll automatically be more productive, you’ll get plenty of things done, but things that take you towards your destiny. Also, as being aligned allows you to find your

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here, and do them well, but if we do them (and everything else in life) with


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constant reminders of our cosmic selves, the cosmic part of us becomes more real and we are less likely to get into acquired behaviour. The cosmic self is uninterested in gossip, uninterested in having opinions or judgment. It is free from reactive emotionality and accepting of everything. The cosmic self doesn’t look for value outside itself. The cosmic self doesn’t eat sandwiches and it doesn’t work through lunch. It understands how critical it is to roll with the cosmic flow of yin and yang. So have a warm meal and some cosmic awareness for lunch tomorrow. Follow yin and yang, dine in the palace, sit back and listen to the secrets of your soul and lick the cosmic self awareness plate clean. This will change the rest of the day and your future. The divine consciousness of your organs will cheer up and can then clear up the banquet and prepare for the afternoon’s yin slide to the grand finale of cosmic self-awareness at kidney time. And then you’ll really know who you are and what you are here for.

Jost Sauer is a registered acupuncturist, therapist and seminar presenter, and author of Higher and Higher, Drug Repair That Works and The Perfect Day Plan (published by Allen and Unwin).


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