Modern people are highly competitive and often work day and night, otherwise they are easily eliminated; some are like a motor with full power and fire every day, while others are like a battery running out of power and are tired and panting every day! According to Dr. Lee Sheng-pu, the body’s energy can be restored through meditation and the practice of Buddhism and Taoism. However, if one does not have the foundation of monasticism, one must first use appropriate Chinese medicine to restore the functions of the organs and the vital essence.
Developing Brain Power through Monasticism, Buddhist Practice and Meditation
Dr. Lee Sheng-Pu pointed out that a normal person should be a hundred times more energetic every day, and after recharging at night, brain cells can emerge, find things to do when there is nothing to do, and eliminate problems when they come across them; and to be energetic, one should learn how to recharge his electricity quickly and take a break to restore brain cells.
The inventions of science and technology can go to outer space. To be successful, not only the human brain is like a god with unlimited imagination, but also to respect the elderly and heroes, which will naturally bring great wisdom to the brain. Dr. Lee said that the brain cells are like sunlight that never runs out, but brain energy must be developed, and one must develop one’s own cultivation, and use one’s inner heart to let the brain cells improve more and more, creating one’s own inexhaustible energy to take care of one’s body, family and friends.
Study Vajrayana to generate wisdom Five-minute relaxation for fast charging.
How does a person develop their energy? What about making it have an endless supply of energy? Dr. Lee Sheng-Pu advised against asking for help from a mud bodhisattva or a wood bodhisattva. In fact, Buddhism and Taoism are about spirit and vitality, which is a restorative science. Studying the wisdom generated by the Vajra Sutra, physical strength can be adapted to relax and quickly recharge in five minutes. Nowadays, technology can charge you wirelessly, so that you can charge it quickly when the electricity runs out.
There’s no monastic foundation, so we can use the medicine to restore visceral function and rejuvenate the body.
Dr. Lee has been a monk since he was a child, and he sits in meditation and meditates every day. Although he is nearly 80 years old, he is still very energetic and still sees patients personally. He explained that the thousands of years of meditation, as well as all of Buddhism and Taoism, have been consistent in their practice, but the world does not know how to use them. If you don’t have the foundation of monasticism, and you don’t have the right method to restore your health, you should take medicine to restore the function of your internal organs depending on whether your body needs it or not, and you must look for medicine that you think is good for your condition and good for your health.
Don’t drink too much water. The food should have the right mix of nutrients.
And, of course, diet is a very important part of being energized! Dr. Lee suggests, to pay attention to drink water, but also not to drink too much, so as not to make electrolytes diluted too much, food should also have a combination of nutrients, fish, meat, vegetables and fruits can not be lacking; as for vegetarianism is not opposed, but still have to pay attention to the nutritional mix, supplement protein, can be supplemented with more protein beans.