Commentary by Don Browne
LABELLE, FL. -- I recently had the opportunity to talk by phone with Dr. Mao Shing Ni, best-selling author and Doctor of Chinese medicine and acupuncture from California, on the subject of his latest book, Live Your Ultimate Life. Dr. Mao has appeared nationwide in seminars and on the Dr. Oz Show on television and is the co-founder of Yo San University in Southern California.
The new book teaches how to find your personality traits from traditional Chinese five "elements" wood, fire, earth, metal, or water. Each of the five personalities or elements carries with it certain strengths and also characteristics one might want to watch for, to enable creating a better balance in order to more successfully carry on life's journey to health, happiness and success.
I had become acquainted with Dr. Mao after having read and studied his father's books some 30 years ago. His falther, Taoist Master Hua-Ching Ni, now 99 years old and still hiking an hour a day in the hills of Southern California, wrote dozens of books during his long career, carrying on traditions passed through seventy-four generations of his family in China.
Here is a 25 minute conversation, my questions, and answers from Dr. Mao:
Live Your Ultimate Life online at Amazon with book reviews