PureInsight | August 25, 2019
On June 2, 2019, the 20th Komatsugawa group meeting was held in the Cherry Blossoms meeting room in Komatsugawa, Edogawa City, Tokyo, Japan. Falun Gong practitioners participated in this event and demonstrated the Falun Gong exercises. Many of the community members liked the Falun Gong exercise demonstrations.
This meeting is a community activity and held every year in the Cherry Blossoms meeting room, and is a popular event in Edogawa City. Community groups registered can perform on stage during the event. This year, 25 groups performed on stage. Falun Gong practitioners formed one group and were very popular. The Falun Gong group has been registered in the Cherry Blossoms meeting room for more than ten years and have held activities there every week.
During this year’s event, performances included traditional dances, solos, choirs and drums. Falun Gong practitioners also performed exercise demonstrations which showed community members another way to live healthily.
Falun Gong practitioners shared some of their experiences of how they have gained physical and mental health through the practice and then showed the audience a short introduction DVD about Falun Gong. The introduction video is about another Falun Gong practitioner’s true practice experiences, which helped the audience to understand Falun Gong. To conclude, the Falun Gong practitioners did the first and the fifth exercise demonstrations on the stage with the peaceful exercise music. Many people in the audience started to follow the exercise movements.
Mr. Cheng who participated in the exercise demonstration said, “This was my first time demonstrating the exercises. I hope to use this chance to introduce Falun Gong to more people so that more people can learn this practice. I feel very happy when the audience follow us doing the exercises”.
Mr. Tsuchiya, who was helping back stage said, “I felt the energy when seeing the exercise demonstrations. Falun Gong practitioners’ exercises movements are very peaceful, pure and touching”.
Translated from: http://www.zhengjian.org/node/252060