Here’s the scoop,

A few weeks back I had to close the doors to my Qigong Inner Circle (QIC).

Quite simply I didn’t have any spare time left to devote to new members.

But, long story short, due to a series of unforeseen events I’ve managed to hire a highly skilled and incredibly beautiful Personal Assistant to handle all of my customer service and general inquires.

My private clients and QIC members still have direct access to me of course.

And the best bit?

This awesome PA is none other than my wife Clarabella =)

So the first bit of good news is, I now find myself with some treasured free time.

Time I’d like to spend with you…

But only if you and I are going to get along.

The doors to the Qigong Inner Circle open here:

And if you answer “Yes” to those 4 questions, there’s a good chance we’ll be a good match for each other.

But wait, because there’s even more good news.

Because the main subject of this months QIC Letter (sent free to members) is one I really want to share with you.


Because I want you to feel the same sense of exhilaration and freedom I did when I first discovered this exciting new subject.

Let me explain…

You see, I don’t know about you, but I used to really worry about my long term health prospects. Even as an experienced Qigong Player.

Now it might seem strange to you.

But I used to feel like there was this time bomb ticking inside me.

That could go off at any moment…. That was more likely to go off the older I got… And that there was really nothing I could do to stop it.

And what was this time bomb called?

My Genes.

You don’t need a crystal ball to see that if hereditary has got anything to do with it, I ain’t destined for a very long life.

  • Heart disease
  • Cancer
  • Stroke
  • Diabetes

Have all figured prominently in my recent ancestors lives.

To put it bluntly, the Santer’s aren’t renowned for living to a ripe old age and enjoying rude health all the way.

Ugh, Ugh Grasshopper.

Now you might feel the same way as I do when you look back over your family history.

But you know what?

I made a discovery recently that’s finally allowed me to wave two fingers in the face of these ‘ghosts’ in my gene pool and laugh right in their faces.

Thanks to the research I’ve done and the research that continues to be done by some of the worlds leading scientists I’m confident a long and healthy life can be mine for the taking.

In spite of what’s lurking in my family tree.

So, if you’re like me and you’ve got some scary piranha’s swimming around in your family gene pool. And you want to set yourself free from worrying about your future health as a result…

Then you’re going to find this new research fascinating too.

But of course, it comes with the usual caveat…

Remember, the only ‘Magic bullets‘ are in the movies.

So here it is:

Knowing what you need to do
to avoid a family tendency towards a specific illness
isn’t the same as actually doing what you know.

Because as powerful as this research is…

You’re actually going to have to follow some simple ‘rules’ and make a few lifestyle changes.


If you’re not the kind of person who takes action on the knowledge you receive then this potentially life changing research will be wasted on you.

Because it doesn’t work by osmosis.

However, if you’re not scared of a bit of hard work.

If you don’t mind rolling your sleeves up and taking action on facts backed by rigorous scientific research, then I think you’ll love this months QIC Letter. In it I’ll reveal this cutting edge new research, including how you can use it to live a happier, healthier and longer life.

But to read what I’ve got to say, you’ll need to be a member of my Qigong Inner Circle and the QIC Letter goes to the printer on Tuesday.

To see if you qualify, go here next:

Bottom line?

You don’t have to be a helpless victim of your inherited genes.

There is an alternative.

Have a great weekend.

Bye for now