Local Qigong Master Gary J. Clyman combats what he calls "Mad Human Disease," our tendency to let issues like abandonment (disappointment), anger, rage (old anger), and bitterness (self-hatred) clog up specific places in our bodies. Master Clyman employs a technique that he calls "emotional liposuction," that allows him to literally suck out our emotional junk to help prevent physical ailments ranging from sciatica to substance abuse.
Clyman will share his secrets to harness nature's personal energy and reduce stress when he appears on Sue Zawacki's "Aging Info Radio" program on Sunday, April 13th at 9am on AM 560 The ANSWER -WIND.
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"As we get older, our emotional baggage weighs us down, which can lead us to try and suppress these feelings by self-medicating, drinking or with happy endorphins; but these are temporary fixes. Master Clyman's solution is to help us permanently dump our emotional junk; a message that resonates with Aging Info Radio's mission to help us all age without growing older. When we can remove stress, it helps us age gracefully," said host, Sue Zawacki.
"My "Emotional Liposuction™ is The Cutting Edge in healing. I stimulate the specifics and suck out the issues that interfere with our happiness, relationships and even productivity. Violent change is a good thing because gradual change is so sleepy. My program is a wake-up call for people who walk around under the influence of their own personal history and are unable to cope with long-held issues," proposed Master Clyman, who has treated over 10,000 patients from around the world, and provides more information on www.EmotionalLiposcution.com .
Aging Info Radio broadcasts each Sunday morning from 9-10 am on AM 560The Answer-WIND. The coverage area for AM 560The Answer is all of Chicagoland, southern Wisconsin, N.W. Indiana and S.W. Michigan with the potential to reach nearly half a million listeners and millions more by the way of www.560TheAnswer-WIND.com where the show streams live. The show's philosophy is that boomers and seniors are aging, but not growing older. For more information or to stream past shows, visit www.aginginforadio.com.