• Have you tried meditation, but it did not work for you?
  • Do want to learn how to meditate, but don’t know where to go?
  • Would you like to learn more advanced meditation techniques for self-healing?
  • Do you want to lower your stress and have more inner peace?
  • Do you have trouble concentrating and maintaining focus?


I have been practicing and teaching meditation for almost 50 years. I have selected the best audio and video programs I have created in my work as a spiritual teacher, sport’s psychologist, Executive Coach, and healer and created an online meditation training program for basic to advanced meditation training.


People often tell me that have tried meditation, but it does not work for them. It turns out they are not using good techniques that actually work. If you don’t have proper training and good techniques, you will not get the results you want.


The Mindfulness Meditation program has more than 4 hours of guided meditations which provide training for mindfulness, chakra energy awakening, stress reduction, end of life support for Hospice patients, personal awakening and more!


This program is worth more than $300.00 and I have offering this for only $24.95! 


If you would like to learn more and hear a sample, please go to https://ronmann.com/courses/meditation/.


If you have any questions, please contact me at mannr@ronmann.com


Blessings of Peace and Love,

Ronald L Mann, Ph.D.

I was recently part of a summit on Mindfulness and Creativity and the host mentioned on a couple of occasions that I was not afraid to talk about spirituality and that people often fear to reveal their true beliefs and experience because they are afraid of being judged and viewed as some woo-woo weirdo.   She seemed to imply that there was something special about me because I was rather forthright in my expressions.  I don’t feel there is anything special about me, rather I made a choice to honor my direct experience and attempt to align myself what I perceive to be “truth.”  Let me explain.


Sankhya Yoga Philosophy discusses two levels of mind: manas and buddhi.  Manas is the state of awareness or mind that exists when consciousness is identified with the body and physical senses. Most people live in this state, and it consists of the conscious, subconscious, and unconscious mind. Western psychology focuses upon this state of being. You can refer to my book, “Sacred Healing: Integrating Spirituality with Psychotherapy,” for a greater discussion.


Buddhi is the state of awareness that exists when consciousness is identified with the soul and the life force energy is elevated to the higher centers in the brain. This is the superconscious and more subtle perceptions arise from this state. A discrimitive intellect and enhanced intuitive perception arise from this state.  Sankhya philosophy regards this level of being as our true state and the perceptions from manas as grounded and identified with delusion.  This view suggests that Western psychology is more focused on the delusion of physical/material reality being the true existence. We know now that modern quantum physics reveals that everything is energy and thought and that the essence of reality is not material, but consciousness itself.


Truth exists at different levels. There is psychological truth: that might be called the authentic self. Many people are afraid to reveal their true feelings and find their voice because of fear–fear of loss. They are more concerned about fitting in and not being judged than honoring their true self. We pay an enormous price when we make this choice. We lose a depth of creativity, emotional intimacy, and personal power. The spoken word has more power when we speak the truth. Our ability to manifest is increased when we align ourselves in thought and deed with the truth. People can often sense when someone is not authentic, and therefore are not trusted. Our greatest standup comics, artists, and actors have found a real and authentic connection with their “Self” and it shows in their expression. We are moved and honor them.


Truth also exists on the subtle realms of consciousness and spirit. Not everyone is privy to these subtle perceptions. There is a beauty on the subtle realms and this reality is marked by a profound sense of peace, love, and joy–even bliss if you go deep enough.  Life takes a magical turn when perceptions from this level are honored.  Our ability to perceive this subtle realm and directly experience consciousness as energy enhances our intuition, our ability to heal others, and perceive wisdom beyond the mind.


For those who have done the work and are blessed with this level of awareness, it is painful to deny this reality and live in the world of fear and delusion. Personal power is lost, the heart is filled with pain, and a sense of isolation and separation results.  Awakened Consciousness lives in a state of unity. Spirit is experienced in every aspect of creation and all circumstances. Joy is found within, not from one’s outer circumstances that give temporary fulfillment of one’s desires.


So, I suggest it is a simple choice to honor one’s true nature. We might wonder, what gives people the strength to express their deeper spiritual beliefs and reality. Let’s be honest, it is not an easy choice. It does take courage to be authentic at every level. Humanity is filled with judgments, envy, greed, anger, and a lust for power. The “ego consciousness” of “manas” does not take kindly perceptions of truth.  It is threatened by this higher reality and attempts to undermine this more enlightened level of being.


This inner courage and strength is often the result of love. An individual who has been touched by this higher state of being is also touched by love from Spirit. It is this love that motivates individuals to honor themselves as a direct expression of Spirit. Life takes on greater meaning when we open to the hand of Spirit and learn to align our will with the will of God. Surrender and devotion are the keys to this unfoldment. It does take maturity, good intuition, and the capacity for critical thinking to find our way on this challenging path.


In conclusion, I encourage you to reflect and introspect and determine if you are honoring your true, authentic self and have the courage to speak up when it is appropriate. You can be a great force to inspire others and offset the tremendous amount of darkness, fear, anger, and delusion that is present in everyday life.  Your life will have greater meaning and purpose when you do.  Your presence as a conscious being can have a great impact. Consciousness is energy and your authentic connection to Self and Spirit can have a positive impact on this world. You don’t even have to say anything–just be present in an authentic, loving state.


Finally, if you want to deepen your connection to Self and Spirit, find some time to meditate daily–quiet your mind, go inside, and open your heart to Spirit. The Bible states, “Ask and you shall receive.”  It all starts with a simple heartfelt request: Reveal Thyself, Reveal Thyself!


If you are new to the spiritual path and would like some direction, you can find many resources at https://ronmann.com


Coronavirus: Keep Your Immune System Strong

Dear Friends,

As you know, individual and national reactions to the Coronavirus are ramping up. There appears to be an increase in stress and anxiety as we are forced to change our behavior and common everyday routines. Stress and anxiety only make our situation worse as they weaken our immune system. The best advice is to stay calm, maintain good health practices, wash our hands, and keep some social distance to minimize any chance of getting or spreading the virus.

I know some people laugh at all this and think it is “just the flu.” Well, if you believe science, physicians, and the CDC, this is a little more than the common flu. It is easier to spread and has a mortality rate 10X the normal flu. Our seniors with some underlying medical issue are at the greatest risk. Those under 60 who are healthy and younger individuals do not appear to be at risk for any serious outcome. However, anything we can do to help slow the spread and keep people out of hospitals, the more we are helping our more senior citizens and protecting our health care system. Any precaution we take is really a selfless act of service for others.

Based upon people’s buying patterns, i.e. toilet paper is sold out along with hand sanitizer and the mass buying of food, there appears to be a lot of anxious behavior. The best defense we have right now is a strong immune system. Anxiety and stress will compromise our immune system and lower our resistance. There are some very simple and proven things we can do to enhance our immune system.

1. Eat well. Get rid of the processed food and eat fruits and vegetables along with protein. Cut down on sugar and excessive carbs. Keep your alcohol intake to a minimum.

2. Exercise. If you can do some aerobic exercise, great. Even walking 20-30 minutes a day will help you.

3. Meditate to quiet your mind, lower your blood pressure, calm down, and dramatically reduce your stress.

If you have training and techniques for meditation, then I hope you are using them every day. If not, you can find some great meditation instruction on my website at www.ronmann.com.
These guided meditations are in MP3 format and downloadable. Here are five that I recommend to keep your stress level down and stay rested in times of need.

It is possible that we might need to spend some time in seclusion in self-isolation, quarantine, or general lock down if the spread gets too large. Many people become very anxious at the thought of being forced to isolate and lose contact with their normal worldly activities. A change in thinking can help to turn this activity from the idea of torture to one of spiritual practice.

A spiritual retreat, one in which people actually pay good money to attend, is designed to turn one’s awareness away from the distractions of the outer world to the depths of their soul. During a few days to a few weeks, a person is encouraged to take a vow of silence, refrain from watching TV, turn off cell phones, and perhaps even fast for a few days only drinking water, teas, and juice. This can be a very powerful and life changing experience. The first couple days can be a bit rough until consciousness moves within away from the surface of the ego into the soul. The reward is a state of peace and even joy or bliss. Our true nature is found within and it takes a conscious effort to discover it. Once we calm down and go within, we will find a powerful energetic force of light that can impact every physical cell.

If we are forced by current circumstances to stay home, we can turn this seemingly time of torture into an opportunity to awaken to higher states of being. How we approach our circumstance can determine the final outcome.
Here are some tools to support your journey. You can listen to samples of these programs at https://ronmann.com/shop-mp3

Inspiration for Meditation
This guided meditation focuses upon the life force energy in the spine. The breath and mantra are used to develop concentration and redirect the life force energy away from the outer senses into the deeper and higher centers of the brain. This method is from the Yoga Tradition that works with the subtle energy in the spine. It is considered a more advanced approach to meditation and can quickly change one’s state of awareness. This meditation is used by individuals all around the world with great success!

Self-Hypnosis for Stress Release
An intensive hypnotic induction helps you to totally relax and release stress. The process focuses upon entire body relaxation and visual imagery for a safe haven in nature. The music is beautiful, the pace is slow and inviting. You will learn very useful techniques for deep relaxation.

Healing in the Light
This guided meditation begins with the induction of a gentle trance state and then calls upon visual imagery to activate the presence of inner light. This subtle force is used to direct healing energy into the cellular structure and the immune system. Directions are also given for a direct intuitive, internal communication to discover the underlying cause for any disease process.

Stress Reduction for Corporate America
This is a short 5-minute guided meditation that you can do at work. It will help you relax your body and mind, get you focused, and create new energy. When you are busy and don’t have a lot of time to meditate, this is the program for you. It is also good for beginners who want to develop some concentration skills.

Healing in the Light
This guided meditation begins with the induction of a gentle trance state and then calls upon visual imagery to activate the presence of inner light. This subtle force is used to direct healing energy into the cellular structure and the immune system. Directions are also given for a direct intuitive, internal communication to discover the underlying cause for any disease process.

You need to have a good night’s rest. Dr. Mann creates a hypnotic induction which puts you to sleep. Suggestions are given for a wonderful, restful, healing sleep in which your unconscious will work to solve any problems you might have. Few have actually heard the end of the program.

All these products are inexpensive, however, because of the greater need we are all facing to remain calm and healthy, I have reduced the regular price by 15%. You will see the price has been marked down as being on sale.

In closing, I hope you are healthy and stay healthy. My thoughts and prayers are with you. This is a short-term issue that will be resolved. We will get through this. Do your best to stay positive and trust the Divine presence within you. The next 3-6 weeks should give us more information about how this is going.

Eternal Blessings,
Ronald L. Mann, Ph.D.



The EMPeaceLABS 2013 Conference in Jalgaon, India is about to occur. The Mann Consulting Group continues to support this 5-year program. The full details are provided in the attached PDF brochure. We have been very active in designing the Leadership Development aspects of this program along with the Leadership Academy for selected previous participants.
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The Leadership Academy is a special mentoring program for individuals who have participated in previous EmPeaceLABS and have demonstrated individual initiative in creating local projects for community development and leadership development with regards to agribusiness and sustainability.

The Leadership Academy was designed as a way to further the leadership skills of these individuals through continued participation in the EmPeaceLABS 2013. They will receive more direct coaching and training, become a part of our leadership team and play a significant role in facilitating team discussions during the EmPeace LABS workshops.

You may view the various Leadership Development training videos for free. You just need to register to have access. Register Now

Here is one of the six training videos.

This is the audio from an hour webinar presented by the LinkedIn group Executive Coaching .Org and moderated by Group Founder Gopal’GD’Shrikanth. Coach Taylor and I talked about our book, The Making of a Champion, and the lessons learned from the field which apply to the Boardroom.

Glenn Griffith is a good friend and colleague. We have taught Junior Golf Workshop together. He is a great instructor and accomplished golfer. He is playing this week in the PGA Tour Waste Management Event. Let’s wish him the best. I did a brief interview with him about the game. We talk about his philosophy on swing mechanics, the mental game and how it feels to be in a tour event.

Bouncing Back: How to Recover When Life Knocks You Down has some great information. Here is a short piece from my discusssion with Major League Baseball catcher, manager, and coach, Buck Rodgers.

 Thoughts from Buck Rodgers

Buck had a very successful career in Major League baseball. We were talking about change and adjustment, and I asked him how he helped his players learn to adjust.  I wanted to understand his approach to coaching.  Buck offered this advice:

            “I think it was just a matter of, you sit and talk to people and show them the way you think it should be done and say, ‘What do you think about that? Does that make sense?’

“And I’ll always say—whenever I wanted an answer, I’d say, ‘I don’t want you to say yes or no to this.  This is what I think it’s going to take for you to be successful. I don’t want you to give me an answer right now. I want you to go home and think about it, and then you come in tomorrow morning and talk—but I don’t want a reaction, I want a thought process to go through this, and see if you think you’ve got a better way to be successful, this way or that way. And then tomorrow, you come in and tell me your answer, and then we’ll go from there.’ ”

            Buck’s simple process is really quite powerful.  Too many times people try to change other people. They talk louder and longer, over and over again, hoping to wear the person down and by using the power of their will to influence and change another person.  Personally, I find this style extremely obnoxious and totally ineffective.  At best, you usually get someone to passively agree and then not comply with you later on down the line. At worst, you get a strong person who argues, resists, and fights back.  What a tedious, useless waste of energy in this battle of egos!

Buck is an intelligent man who understands people.  He knows that people have to want to change if something is really going to happen. Motivating a person to change is more of an art form than simply bullying someone into behaving differently. Transformation of character comes from the inside out, not from some external, coercive force. If you force someone to change, you will pay for it later.  They will resent you, becoming openly hostile or passive-aggressive. You will certainly not generate loyalty and respect from that approach.

Buck is also skillful here because he does not ask for a response in the moment. Most people tend to react to external situations from an emotional perspective.  A knee-jerk emotional reaction is usually not the most enlightened response. Buck helps to keep the situation more low-key by creating a space where his players can go home and think it over.  He gives them the opportunity to consider his proposal and asks for their input—a sign of respect.

If you are coaching players or raising children, you first need to open the mind before change can happen. If you learn how to approach someone and facilitate a process that opens the mind to other possibilities, then you have made a great start in the change process.  Everything starts in the mind. If you can engage the intellect and create an interest in the realm of possibilities, then you have the skill to be a successful change agent. A coach or parent is a teacher, and a great teacher helps others to open their minds and experience new levels of success.

The recent confession from Lance Armstrong about his steroid use in win seven consecutive Tour de France victories is another blow to professional sports.  A few years ago, Doug DeCinces and I discussed this issue in Bouncing Back: How to Recover When Life Knocks You Down.  That discussion is very relevant now and my comments as well. Here is how is appears in Bouncing Back.  The book is available in all format at amazon.com


Doug DeCinces and Steroids

The following discussion about the impact of steroids on baseball is very interesting.  It relates to several areas of our discussion: belief in yourself, spiritual awareness, individuation, and emotional maturity. I include it now, because anyone who chooses to use steroids has some doubt about his or her ability to fully compete and be successful based solely upon his or her God-given talent. We pay a price when we try to cut corners and find an edge.  It can be through performance-enhancing drugs or shady business practices. The results can be the same. Eventually the truth comes out, and we lose something. All along the way we have lost our integrity, which creates a gap in the heart and a wound to the soul.  Here is what Doug had to say about steroid use and my comments.I asked, “What do you think about the steroid problem in baseball?”

“I think if you’re talking about the mental approach, obviously the mental approach is that somebody’s taking steroids because it makes them physically stronger and play better. And they’re not thinking about tomorrow; they’re thinking about today. I think until Major League Baseball and everybody stepped up and said, ‘Hey, this is illegal,’ I don’t think you can really condemn those guys beforehand.   But frankly, I don’t think Rafael Palmeiro should go to the Hall of Fame. He’s accomplished a lot, but he accomplished it on illegal drugs that he knew he shouldn’t have been taking. I may be a little outspoken about that, but guys who took steroids, I mean, guys are hitting … Barry Bonds hitting seventy-plus home runs a year.  I said, ‘You know, that’s physically impossible.’ And yet they’re just blowing through record books after record, and just making a mockery of all the guys that played before that didn’t do that.  I don’t know, I just feel like—okay, I hit 240 in my career. Well, if I would have taken steroids, I can tell you I hit 240 balls to the warning track that probably would go out if I were taking steroids.

“So, where does that put me in the—or all my other peers that went out and played without it? I played with some guys I knew that were taking it, and it totally changed their physical abilities, 100 percent. So is that the right thing to do? I know when my son was in the Minor Leagues; we had numerous conversations because he said, ‘Dad, how am I supposed to compete? If I don’t take it, how am I supposed to compete?’

“And I said, ‘You compete on what God gave you. And if you can’t do it on that, then you need to do something else!’

“Now, I’ll be the first to tell you that I drank coffees, and, you know, I did things that, you know, help you get up. That’s a long season and stuff like that.  But I never took any steroids or anything like that that would—you know, heck, when I was going through there, there was a huge cocaine problem. And I was the head of the Players’ Association at that time. We’re trying to take care of the Willie Wilsons and all the guys, the Norrises and guys like that who got busted for it all the time. But we had—it was more of a cocaine problem in the big leagues than steroids. And now you look at this, and I mean, you see players this year that the last three years, you look at them, and how did they get that good? You know? But the guys are sitting there, and they’re going, ‘Do I have a choice? I take them so I can stay in the big leagues and make my money and fulfill my dream. But if I don’t take them, that general manager is going to send me back down, because he’s going to bring up a kid that is taking them.’

“So I think baseball is more at error than the players. I mean, it’s a pressure-driven job, to go out and compete on 161, 162 games a year and to go against the greatest in the world, and somebody’s saying, ‘Hey, look at the results I get from taking this’—oh my gosh. Guys aren’t going think to—you know, their mindset is to take it. ‘Okay, let’s go take it.’

“But then there are others’ mindsets that say, ‘Hey, that’s not the right way to do it.’ And now how do they compete against the guys that are cheating? I mean, you look at Ivan Rodriguez this year [2006]. I mean, he’s not even the same person that’s been an All-Star every year as a catcher [13 years on All-Star team]. You look at—I mean, I’m just going to be glancing around, but, I mean, how do guys in their late forties throw ninety-plus miles an hour? Think they’re doing that all by themselves? I don’t think so. You know, I would say Nolan Ryan was one of those guys that was really unique. But he had a unique body. But he wasn’t all of a sudden twenty-five pounds heavier and—you know, looking all different. I mean, I look at that thing that happened with Roger Clemens and Piazza, you know. How do you go off like that? You know, steroids do some things to your brains and stuff like that, too.

“That’s just kind of the way I look at it. I mean, I think it’s wrong. And I think that Palmeiro, of all guys this year—you stand in front of Congress and point your finger at them, and then you go out and take it? And look at Sammy Sosa this year. He’s not taking steroids. You look at him, and he’s shrunk down enormously and his bat’s way back here. It’s not out in front, hitting home runs anymore. It’s back here. He can’t catch up to the ball. There’s a marked physical difference in their abilities, your quick twitch muscles and all those things that require you to hit a fastball further or to throw a ball harder. You see a lot of pitchers today, they all of a sudden—they were throwing ninety-three, throwing eighty-eight, eighty-nine. All those guys that are in the Hall of Fame back there, you know, all of them … first of all, all pitchers—I don’t want to say all—a lot of pitchers cut balls, use pine tar, use spit, use what else, you know? That’s kind of—how do you say it’s cheating? It is cheating. It’s part of the game, but it’s cheating, and if you can get away with it, I guess they’d do it. It’s like the guy that used corked bats. If you can get away with it, you do it. But, you know, I remember using a corked bat against Gaylord Perry in a game. And Gaylord Perry was just—I mean, it was a joke how much he was cheating on the mound. And so I borrowed somebody’s bat on my team, and I went up there—hit a double in right center. I’m standing on second base going, ‘Nobody pick up that bat. Oh my gosh.’ I was scared to death, you know, scared to death. And I never, ever used a cork bat. I used it one time, one at-bat, and got a double, and I don’t think it would have made a difference.”


Steroids use in baseball is a rather complex economic, ethical, and spiritual issue. I believe it is unfair to only blame the individual players without taking into account the larger organization and cultural factors.  Individual players have tacitly been given permission by baseball to use drugs. At first, it was individuals who made the choice; but once the organization looked the other way, the culture became corrupted.  Individual players were trying to make a living and compete. They took the drug to remain competitive. That is the economic reality. Some may argue that if they wanted to remain in the majors, they had to do it.

However, there are also ethical issues. Does one allow himself to become corrupt because of financial gain and worldly success? In the American culture, the answer is often yes! Our culture is built around fame, power, and fortune. We often place money above anything else—especially in sports and the business world. Does it matter that historic records were being broken because players had the physical advantage of drug enhancement?  If the drug use was openly acknowledged, then the answer might be no.  But it becomes a much different ethical matter when players lie about the truth and still claim the victories.

Is there much difference here between lying about using performance enhancing drugs in sports and lying about the finances of a business? How about lying about the nature of low-interest loans? How about lying about investment programs that rob people of billons of dollars?  All this is based in greed—the desire to get more at any cost. The United States has paid a huge price for this type of ethic.

With regards to surviving during very difficult times, does it matter how we get there?  Are we only concerned about performance, about success, and about winning, or are we also interested in the process of victory and what that process does for the development of the individual?  The intent of this book is to look at the deeper character aspects among great athletes to see what we can learn about life, the human will, and the human spirit.  This book is not a cookbook about how to win and make a lot of money.  It is about finding your way through difficult times without losing your soul.

Peak performance has magical moments, like when Dick Fosbury is being lifted over the bar to win an Olympic gold medal. Those who believe in a spiritual reality believe that there is a relationship between the human will, the human spirit, and God. What resides in one’s heart is important. A pure heart can attract many wonderful and wondrous things. When a person takes a drug, then something is lost. The experience becomes, at best, a peak at a potential or possibility, but it does not become an integrated part of one’s being. What is lost is the real growth of human consciousness and human ability to move to the next level. Once you take away the drug, then you strip away the ability to actually perform at that level.

On might argue that life is an experience to learn something more about who we really are, not just to make a lot of money and gain power and prestige.  This learning process is most profound when we draw upon our natural inner resources that transcend our human condition and lift us to a high realm—a realm that clears the mind, opens the heart, and touches the soul.  Sports have the ability to do this.  The movie The Natural did such a thing. Real victory in the sports world inspires us all to greater hopes and greater accomplishments.

The spiritual loss with drug use in sports is that our children learn the wrong message.  They learn that wining at any cost is more important than honesty, integrity, and the evolution of the human will.  They become robbed of the deeper meaning of life and are sold a Madison Avenue marketing version of life’s meaning and purpose. While it is exciting to see a ball hit 400 yards and pitchers throwing in the nineties, baseball is about more than that—all sports are. The magic of peak performance is lost when success is only attributed to chemical means.  The magic of life is also lost when we turn to drugs and alcohol when life becomes too stressful.  Life will test us, and with the right methods, we can find the strength to overcome all adversity. While chemicals may help soften the pain and dull the senses, they do not provide a means for mastery.

The use of marijuana is a relevant issue here, especially as a way to cope with stress. While medical marijuana may have its place, daily use for stress release has its problems.  During my many years in clinical practice as a psychologist, I saw people when the complaint that their lives did not seem to be going anywhere.  These individuals were kind and loving and just did not seem to have the drive to accomplish what they desired.  These people were getting stoned every day!  Pain, frustration, and discomfort can be a great motivator for change. If you artificially take away the pain, all life is good.  The saying “no pain, no gain” may have some relevance here.

While the ethical discussion might seem beyond the scope of this book, I believe it is important, because my goal is to do more than just provide a roadmap for success. While honesty and integrity may not be necessary for peak performance—and in fact, it appears they are not—these qualities do matter in higher ethical realms.  Sports provide a model for young people of how live.  Professional sports are just a game. How one relates to friends, spouses, business partners, etc. is not a game. If the message becomes “win at any cost,” then the human spirit takes a hit. We lose trust and respect for each other and damage our ability relate as a society.  How we play the game is as important as whether or not we win! Golf is probably the one sport that maintains its commitment to this high ethical and moral standard.  It is the only sport where a player will call a penalty upon himself. The bottom line is that you do not have faith in yourself to come out the other side if you look to external, artificial supports to get you there. Don’t be seduced by the promise of “success” if you have to cheat, lie, or steal. Learn to develop the trust and faith in your inner core—your true self—and you will become stronger and enhance the essential values that mark a victorious life: integrity, honesty, perseverance, and faith.

© 2013 Copyright Ronald L. Mann, Ph.D.  All Rights Reserved.

This is a great YouTube training video for Executive Coaching. This was made in Taiwan in December 2012 at the University of Culture. We were training trainers for the continuing education program. This scenario uses a situation regarding leadership transition.
Click here to view YouTube video or just view below.

Chinese Cultural University Training Group

Chinese Cultural University Training Group