It’s 04:28 as I write this to you.

I woke up, couldn’t get back to sleep so thought I might as well do something useful.

It’s starting to get light outside and there’s a fly buzzing around my office as the birds sing their morning songs.

Yesterday I met the talented graphic designer Neil Hopkins, he did the covers for the PERFECT Qigong System and he’s the nicest guy you could ever hope to meet.

A comment he made really stuck with me.

“We’re all victims of a machine that doesn’t care.”

We were discussing how important it is to unhook yourself from all the distractions out there. You know, things like:

  • Junk food
  • Booze
  • TV
  • Internet
  • Compulsive spending

And all the other activities that prevent you from taking the kind of actions that allow you to take back the power for:

  • Your health
  • Your happiness
  • Your destiny

All the stuff that helps you to live a life worth loving.

Now I’m a great believer in “filling the tank”.

What’s that I hear you ask?

Well, it means I read a lot.

And I mean A LOT!

From as wide and diverse a range of subjects as you can possibly imagine.

All this exposure helps me to fuel the Qigong Daily.

And I can’t help but notice there’s a sharp increase in this view of being somehow jacked into a heartless machine. A machine that needs you to be a docile, obedient happy little consumer living a life of quiet desperation.

Hardly surprising when you take a look at the global economic situation.

But are you really just part of some kinda Matrix style nightmare?

I’ll let you decide.

All I’ll say is that I went to a spiritual group meeting a few Sundays ago. And something a bloke said there stuck with me.

It went something like this:

“Heaven isn’t somewhere you go it’s somewhere you find.”

I liked that and I linked it to a line I remember from a film I watched many years ago called Stigmata.

The film was pretty crappy, but the line has stuck to me like sticky buds stick to Sammy (my cat). Here it is:

“The kingdom of God (or whatever term you’re happiest using for
the supreme ultimate) is within you and all around you.”

My personal belief is that heaven is right here were you are.

But you don’t see it or experience it because your ‘doors of perception’ are blocked.

And all the fear and uncertainty flooding the world right now ain’t helping.

Here’s another quote for ya from the one and only William Blake:

“If there doors of perception were cleansed everything would appear to man as it is, infinite. For man has closed himself up, till he sees all things through narrow chinks of his cavern.”

That’s a seriously deep thought there Grasshopper.

Listen, my life ain’t all sunshine and roses.

I experience the same challenges: financial, emotional, physical, spiritual and so on that you do.


My PERFECT Qigong practice keeps my fears, doubts and uncertainties right sized.

In perspective.

Each day through my practice I cleanse, sometimes a little, sometimes a lot.

Depends on what I’ve got on my plate.

Every time I finish my practice and open my eyes I feel like I get a glimpse of heaven.

But enough about my practice.

The Qigong Daily is about you.

If you’ll practice PERFECT Qigong the way I show you, this is my promise to you:

I promise to share the techniques and tools you need to develop the skills which can help you to live a happier, healthier and longer life.

And you’ll do this by turning off your over stimulated “Fight or Flight” mode and switching on your neglected “Rest, Repair and Build” mode.

All of which brings balance back to your life.

And I promise to make it as simple for you as I can.

And that’s all I promise.

But you’ll need to supply the effort and take action – I can’t do that for you.

So if you’re ready, take a trip to:

I’ve a lot to share with you.

Bye for now


P.S. There’s nothing mystical or magical about PERFECT Qigong.

If that’s what you’re after, you’re going to be disappointed.