UK Practitioners Invited to Present Falun Gong Workshop by Mid-England Education Committee

On January 15, 2002, two British practitioners presented a Falun Gong workshop for the Mid England Education Committee. About sixty people attended the workshop, many of whom who had been searching for a spiritual path for a long time. Because Falun Gong is being persecuted by Jiang's regime, the many media reports about Falun Gong particularly interested this group, and they had contacted practitioners to request this workshop.

One of the practitioners introduced the principles of Falun Gong and explained how it quickly spread throughout China and the rest of the world in the first eight years. He explained how, since Jiang's persecution began, practitioners are now brutally tortured and even murdered when they peacefully appeal for their right to practice. Finally, he talked about the worldwide support for Falun Gong from governments and other organizations. After that the practitioners showed the exercise video designed by Australian practitioners. The beautiful exercises and music deeply touched the attendees, and many of them couldn’t help say, "It is so beautiful." All of the attendees learned the five sets of exercises with enthusiasm after watching the exercise instruction video by Teacher Li [the founder of Falun Gong].

During the question and answer session at the end of the workshop, they asked a lot of questions, ordered many videotapes and talked about setting up a practice site. They felt regret that Jiang Zemin's regime would persecute such a wonderful practice, and they condemned the violation of the practitioners' basic human right of freedom of belief in China. During the workshop, people could feel the heart-to-heart communication.

When the workshop ended, the organizer of the meeting highly praised the successful workshop, and reserved another one at the Women's association in another city.


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