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Intensive Chi Kung Course in Sabah


In our crisis ridden world, currently mired in religious differences, racial differences, cultural differences, to name a few, it struck me (realization) during the recent Sabah Intensive Chi Kung Course, with participants from all over the world and from all walks of life, at how unique the Shaolin Wahnam Family is. As it knows no boundaries it trancends all these differences without qualification and makes us a truly universal family. Our bond is pure undifferentiated cosmic energy.

Our humble “Thank you” to Sifu for having “raised” this family.

May the world be at peace.

-- Emanuel, Malaysia


Looking into my mail-box after having just returned from Africa and Europe where I had some rewarding chi kung courses, the first post I came across was your heart-warming e-mail.

Thank you for sharing this wonderful realization. It confirms for us that we do not just practice chi kung, but are dedicated to a great art that enriches our lives and the lives of other people irrespective of religion, race and culture.

Like the Intensive Chi Kung Course in Sabah that preceded it, the Intensive Chi Kung Course in Cape Town also transcends religious, racial and cultural differences — an inspiring fact that is perhaps more significant at a place where these differences caused much tension not too long ago.

Regarding the Intensive Chi Kung Course in Sabah, you may be pleased to know that Zhang Wuji reported the following in our Shaolin Wahnam Discussion Forum. ”Till today (27th July 2004), I am thinking of the wonderful place and the course. That was an experience that set a benchmark for the rest of my life.”

He added, “I went to Sabah with some apprehension but at the same time with much excitement, and came away with exuberance and serenity. I have been telling my family and friends about the K (Kissey) family. I really really enjoyed their fellowship, and they were a major reason why I felt sad when the course ended.”

Regarding the Intensive Chi Kung Course in Cape Town, Kevin said the following in Feeling Free in the Sunshine:

"I have never felt so free ... so liberated from my fears and worries. I was just beaming with happiness and peace.

It was such a special moment for me. I could not believe that for most of my life, I have felt sad and depressed and worried and tensed. What a fool I have been! Oh well. I have the rest of my life ahead of me."

The above is taken from Question 1 Sept 2004 Part 2 of the Selection of Questions and Answers.


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