JOYFUL EXPERIENCE OF MY SOUL
Medical Doctor, Sabah, Malaysia
Dr Damian Kissey, who is a radiologist, and his wife Dr Roseline Aralas Kissey, a medical practitioner, enjoying a meditative state of mind during the Intensive Chi Kung Course in Malaysia in October 2002
We are actually spiritual beings having a physical evperience rather than a physical being having a spiritual experience. -- Dr Roseline Aralas Kissey.
Greetings from Sabah - Land below the Wind May God Bless Sifu and family and are healthy mentally, emotionally and spiritually.
Enclosed please find some of the photos taken during the Intensive Chi Kung Course in Sungai Petani Kedah on 09 Oct -- 13 Oct.
1 wish to extend my sincerest gratitude for teaching us this priceless art of chi kung and Sifus generosity of letting usjoin the ICKC in Kedah and treating us to the trip to Langkawi.
We had a wonderful time there and did some chi kung at the Langkawi beach for a change. I can only hope that 1 will be worthy of Sifus generosity that Sifu has so much extended to us, and continue to do our chi kung practice deligently and persevere especially during cleansing periods. Sometimes 1 do feel disheartened during cleansing periods but I remember Sifus words that we have to pay our debts and cleansing is part and parcel of our releasing our past andpresent karmas.
1 have learnt a bit of chi kung and Tai Chi Chuan fiom Sifu since 1998 and during those times, I never really comprehended the depth and scope of this wonderful art of chi kung and much to my regret, did not practice as deligently as .1 should be. I am ashamed and humbled when Sifu came in March this year and asked us (me & Damian) to join the intensive chi kung course for free. I cried and thank Sifu for Sifus generosity especially when I felt chi moving my body.
Sifu Wong and his wife as guests of Dr Damian Kissey and Dr Roseline Aralas Kissey in Sabah, a land of beautiful mountains and sea
The experience I had in March this year after the intensive course was one which l cannot describe but can only be felt and I can never truly thank Sifu enough for the experience and joy I felt during those times.
The concept of "soul" has always been a theory to me and 1 have read a lot about it, but after doing chi kung, I had a "glimpse" of it and made me firm in my beliefs of soul residing in our physical body and we are actually spiritual beings having a physical evperience rather than a physical being having a spiritual experience. For that Sifu, 1 can never thank you enough and also thank my lucky starslkarma to have encountered Sifu.
I have been practising chi kung regularly since then having experienced it and have full faith in it. There are times when I thought 1 had progressed but suddenly the progress stoplplateau and I know it's my presenilpast karmas 1 have to clear before 1 can go any further, but, the aches and pain can really get to me, that sometimes paradoxically 1 feel like not practising chi kung to get rid of the aches and pain, although knowing it's not the correct attitude. However 1 will persevere and practice deligently after al. In the end I am going to reap tremendous benefit from it.
I hope and pray I will be a worthy student. Thank you so much Sifu, and May God Bless You Always.
Damian and his parents send their heartfelt gratitude.
With warmest regards.
5th November 2002
Dr Damian Kissey and Dr Roseline Aralas Kissey at the graduation dinner of the Intensive Chi Kung Course in Malaysia in October 2002