Tales from the Practice of Medicine: Son’s Illness Inherited from Father

Song Chenguang

PureInsight | June 14, 2010

[PureInsight.org] Xiao Chuan has an 8-year-old son named Xiao Yue. Xiao Chuan loves him very much. Recently, Xiao Yue had nasal congestion and could sometimes not sleep well. Seeing Xiao Yue suffer made Xiao Chuan feel even worse than his son.

The nasal congestion seemed like a cold, which led to blockage of certain sinus and respiratory channels. When I provided therapy for Xiao Yue, Xiao Chuan also felt his nose was better than before. Since then, each time Xiao Yue received therapy, Xiao Chuan felt as if his nose was also adjusted. Xiao Chuan recalled also having nasal congestion when he was young. Since growing up, although the situation improved, he still felt it from time to time. During therapy on Xiao Yue, both Xiao Chuan and his son received nasal treatment.

Xiao Yue's nasal congestion seemed to be due to a cold, which then led to respiratory system blockages. Looking at the son's symptom, we can deduce that his condition was inherited. Current Western medicine recognizes that many illnesses are inheritable from generation to generation, and such conditions might skip a generation or two. If Xiao Yue's illness was inherited from his father, and since both of them benefited when Xiao Yue received therapy, this might imply an invisible link to things in other dimensions—beyond the genetic code that connects father and son. Doesn’t this imply the existence of a substance connecting them—something beyond illness in this physical world? If so, what kind of substance is it?

As it is stated in the book, Zhuan Falun: “The community of cultivators believes that a Primordial Spirit does not become extinct. If a Primordial Spirit does not become extinct, one probably had social interactions before this life. So one might have owed something to someone, bullied someone, or done other bad things, such as killing, which would induce this karma. These things add up in another dimension, and one always carries them; the same is also true with the white substance. This is not the only source, as there is also another situation. Throughout the generations in the family, ancestors may also accumulate karma for later generations.” (Lecture Four, “Transformation of Karma”)

Accordingly, the real cause of an illness is karma and the various symptoms are merely the appearances in this physical world. The treatment methods of Western medicine have no effect on karma, just like automotive repair tools are inappropriate for fixing a watch. The father-and-son example cited above also teaches us that a person's fortune and fate are based at least in part on his parents and even grandparents' conduct. The parents' wrongdoings will negatively impact the children. There are many examples like this in China, especially in relation to people who persecute Falun Gong. In contrast, a person doing good things not only brings his children blessings, but also benefits his parents. There are many stories like this in China when people stand up to support righteousness from of their conscience.


Translated from: http://www.zhengjian.org/zj/articles/2010/4/6/65386.html


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