Letter to Sheng Zhen students
A Letter to all Sheng Zhen Students (March 20, 2011)
Dear Sheng Zhen Students,
First of all, let us look back to the history of Sheng Zhen. About twelve years ago, we conducted the Rescue Gong. Five groups of us, in different locations, practiced Sheng Zhen together, with deep concentration, for five to six weeks, so that we could help the earth improve her Qi circulation. Sheng Zhen has always cared a great deal for the well-being of the earth.
The earth is constantly changing, and in the past twelve years, the changes have been
happening faster than ever, mainly due to human greed. As a result, the environment is more damaged, and there is much economic and political turmoil. New diseases are emerging rapidly, and this causes us great worry.
People suffer the effects of pollution and food poisoning. We worry about toxicity in our food supply. Even some so called “natural”
and “green” have some degree of chemical elements added.
Corporate greed comes to mind.
Are our lives better now, or worse? Human desire for money and power has created accutane alternative an imbalance, and that affects us all. Many of our environmental disasters are the result of this imbalance.
Changes in the human heart have caused problems, but changes in the heart can also be the solution. I hope that you can understand this through your Sheng Zhen practice, and that you can digest and fully understand all that’s being said here with your whole body and heart.
The earth quake, tsunami, and leakage of nuclear radiation that happened in Japan on March 11, 2011 was a tragedy. I hope that, while you are practicing Sheng Zhen to send your love to the victims, you are sending your love to our mother earth as well.
We should put safety and health concerns ahead of economic and political benefit. Right now, Japan and the Japanese people need extra love and compassion. I believe that
they will have an even deeper understanding of love and of being alive after going through such a tragedy.
Please think about this—how should humans live?