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Your soul, the essence of who you are, has the power to nourish itself and bless every aspect of your life. Every cell, every organ, every system and every part of your body has a unique essence. Your soul has the power to send a new message for well-being.

Your Daily Practice for Wellness

Your soul has the power to change your life. Master Sha teaches that an important part of this empowering process is learning how to practice the hand positions, creative visualizations and chanting on a consistent basis.

When you practice daily, you invoke the power of your own soul, creating an environment for health and well-being. Find time to chant silently or aloud throughout the day. Try practicing in the shower, waiting in line, during breaks and before bedtime.

When you read a book, watch a video or listen to a song, you can also receive guidance from Master Sha on creating a daily practice.

Four Power Techniques

Try this simple practice for using the Four Power Techniques® to connect with your soul.

  • Body Power uses special hand positions for focusing energy.
  • Soul Power is used to request the soul to bless itself.
  • Mind Power uses creative visualization, focus and concentration of the mind.
  • Sound Power uses chanting to repeat mantras for well-being.

Body Power: You can sit, stand or lie down. Put one palm on your lower abdomen below your navel. Put your other palm on the area of your request.

Soul Power: Say hello:

Dear soul mind body of _________ (name one aspect of your life),
I love you.
You have the power to nourish and bless yourself.
Do a good job!
Thank you.

Dear Divine,
Dear Tao, the Source,
I love you, honor you and appreciate you.
Please heal and rejuvenate my _________
(name one aspect of your life),
I cannot honor you enough.
Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.

Mind Power: Visualize golden light in the area of your request.

Sound Power: Chant silently or aloud:

Divine love blesses my request. Thank you.
Divine love blesses my request. Thank you.
Divine love blesses my request. Thank you.
Divine love blesses my request. Thank you. …

At the end of every soul practice, always remember to show your gratitude:

Hao! Hao! Hao!
Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.
Gong Song. Gong Song. Gong Song.

“Hao” (pronounced how) means get well or perfect. “Gong Song” (pronounced gōng sōng) is Chinese for respectfully return. This is to return the countless souls who came to bless the practice.

Chant for three to 15 minutes, or as long as you can.

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