Several years ago I cut my leg on a display unit in a store. It was very slow to heal and in the process I developed psoriasis. It itched and was prone to bleeding sores which were unsightly and uncomfortable. Any time lotion was applied to relieve the scaling the itching and discomfort increased.
For treatment I tried every recommended ointment, oil, solution, and salve. No Improvement: it continued to spread. I wore slacks most of the time to conceal it.
I was introduced to Luke Chan and Chi Lel at a health expo I attended with my T'ai Chi teacher. We were impressed with Luke's demonstration and I purchased a tape from Luke to accept his challenge to practice 100 days.
A few weeks later I had the chance to participate in an eight-hour workshop which Luke was offering locally. We spent time improving and developing the form with a great deal of emphasis on healing. I was skeptical of any specific benefits being derived from my continued practice.
One evening, soon after this workshop, the itching was particularly miserable. It was then I thought to myself, "Why not?" So, as I sat watching TV, I sought to gather chi into my leg. Unable to precisely recall the specific words used in the workshop, I began repeating the word "voila!" I sued this word, supposing that it wouldn't make much difference anyhow.
Well, contrary to my expectations, the itching stopped and within days the area of the psoriasis had ceased spreading. Encouraged, I now doubled my efforts along with my daily practice. Within a few weeks my skin was no longer erupting and the sores were beginning to heal . I was able to apply lotion with no negative reaction. Today, only a shadow of scar tissue remains, which is fading. The incurable dermatitis was cured!
This was not a life-threatening condition, but it responded to Chi Lel. My thoughts are that to begin, we may start with small things and increase our capacity for more significant healing. I am still skeptical about the word "cure" but I have no doubt about the healing qualities of Chi Lel. I will stay with my daily practice, believing in the promises of Chi Lel.