Healing Good News for Muscular Sclerosis

A mighty ocean is made up of drops of water. A great healing chi-field is made up of individual healing stories. Every healing story is a story of love --the love of oneself and others through ups and downs. Every healing story is a story of  triumph -- the triumph of one's spirit over one's temporarily setback. Life is no guarantee. We love life as it comes.  

 Chi Lel and Multiple Sclerosis


Don Rutherford, Ohio

I remember when I was first told that I had multiple sclerosis. A friend later took me to a restaurant to cheer me up. I sat there wondering what the future held for me. I have a wonderful job and I sat there wondering if I would be able to keep it.

At that time I could walk unaided only short distances. My hands were so uncontrollable that I could not read my own handwriting. I continuously experienced pain mixed with numbness.

Now I work forty-five hours a week on the average. I can button my shirt and dress standing up. This is quite a change. My doctor is very pleased with my efforts. I can still have "bad" days, but they are not as frequent. As I write this, I continue to improve.

I have done Chi Lel Qigong in the mornings for a year now. There were days when I could barely stand. Some days I can feel immediate results; some days I can't. This experience has shown me that persistence will triumph. I found that belief in chi was not required but that an open mind was essential. I'm still learning about chi, but I have learrned it does exist, and can be achieved with proper practice of technique. I've had good teachers.

Although the challenge is not over, I know that persistence and discipline will provide the know-ledge and tools needed to lead a healthy, productive life.

The symptoms from the M.S. have improved greatly


Heidi Fischer 

 My name is Heidi Fischer and I was at your retreat this summer in North

Carolina.  I wanted to say that it was a real turning point for me in my

recovery.  I wasn't sure I was going to be able to go to work in the fall. 

Because of the Qigong I have been back and have only missed two days.  The

symptoms from the M.S. have improved greatly and I feel eventually that they

will leave all together.  I am finished with two 100 day gongs L.C.U.P.C.D

and Wall Squatting.  I can do 40 wall squats a day now when I started I

couldn't do one.  I hope to be able to come to another workshop again. 

Thanks for all you do!!!



All her symptoms disappeared 

Jim Krobus


In Chicago there is a woman Catherine who had advanced MS and when she met you she said that the reason she staggered and had to hold the wall and slurred her speech it was not because she was drunk but that she had MS. That was three years ago. I encouraged her to try the chilel class and then she went to China for two weeks while she was at the place they were practicing Dr. Pang visited pulled her out of the lunch line and applied Chi all her symptoms disappeared and she has had two CAT scans and there has been no growth in over two years. Another friend who wrote the book Energy Medicine Donna Eden had MS and now has a CAT scan that shows the lesions gone completely and she also worked with Chi. So work with your doctor of course and be ready to work with your whole loving spirit. We start by from this day on saying I used to have MS and that is the first step. Then to release everything to the universe and bring in clean Chi with each breath and beat of your heart. A good way to prepare is to get the first video and practice many hours a day and then when you take the workshop you will be able to see where you need to improve your form.


MS and chi-lel

I wanted to share the help I have been able to find with chi-lel chi-gong. I was diagnosed with MS 5 yrs ago and at times my legs are affected and become weak and painful with too much use. At times I have been able to feel better with supplements, accupressure, Tai-chi, Beta-seron/now Avonex and simply slowing my life down I have never had the feeling of wellness that I have found with chi-lel. When I started practicing I could not practice standing, but over time of sporadically going to class I can now stand for most if not all. I am half way through a gong of 3-centers merge which I love. Sometimes I need to practice laying down or sitting, but always feel the chi working and healing. I am taking a summer camp where I can practice 8 hrs a week and love the results. I feel grounded and as I work with my chi feel a settling which I can feel healing me. <br>I use a visualization of a gentle tide coming in to my dantien from all six directions in absorb throughout my body as needed with pure healing chi and then releasing out in all six directions any sickness. It is a tide that at times is light blue like the sky, sometimes white like quiet sunlight and then gently floating away black charred illness from my brain and damaged nerves. <br>My life is hectic with a busy household, two children and making priority decisions on what my limited energy can be used for, but I am learning to be disciplined and grounded in chi-lel and am feeling my limits expanding. I have always believed that the body can heal itself and am finding that chi-lel is making that possible for me. I am hoping that the good of this summer camp with Joann will continue with me and I will find time in my day to continue what I have gained. Thank you.


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