PureInsight | November 3, 2008
[PureInsight.org] After moving to my new home, every day I would see a middle-aged man walking on the street who didn’t seem to need to go to work. He often pressed one hand on the opposite shoulder and stretched his arm painfully. His painful expression revealed an injury to his shoulder in the past.
One day, we talked to each other. His name is N, and he lives on food stamps. Eight year ago, his shoulder was injured during a car accident. Since then, he had been unable to work and his shoulder was painful every day. Even when trying his best, he could only raise his arm as high as his shoulder but not any higher. I said, “Do you want me to do a treatment for you?” He looked at me with hesitation. I knew what was on his mind and said, “I’ll help you for free. You do not need to pay me.” He agreed gladly.
I took out a pen, and pressed several acupuncture points on his hand. After a few minutes, I ask him to raise his arm. With suspicion, he raised his arm above his head. His eyes were wide open with surprise. He tried several times and every time he was able to raise his hands above his head. He said in astonishment, “Unbelievable! Unbelievable! This pain has been with me for more than eight years, and I spent more than $8,000 on treatment. But now it is all right after a few minutes—it is really amazing.” In the end, he joked, “It seems the money I spent on treatment before should be refunded to me.”
I remember reading a story in the past. There was an elderly man who had had a stroke. Upon arriving at the hospital, the doctor said, “It is too late now.” The elderly man’s wife kept doing Falun Dafa exercises and studying the Fa with him everyday. After a short period of time, he had another examination and the doctor was surprised, “Everything is all right now. You no longer need to stay in the hospital.” In this way, the elderly man recovered from a stroke without treatment. It is indeed true that when one person practices Falun Dafa, the entire family benefits. There are many stories like this.
Translated from: http://www.zhengjian.org/zj/articles/2008/9/22/54970.html