患子宮癌患者基妮辜(Gini W.Cucuel)女士

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基妮 Gini W.Cucuel)女士本身是一位職業心理健康顧問師以及婚姻家庭指導師,她曾為許多患有精神疾病的人士做過健康治療,深孚眾望,不幸的是,她自己卻患了三級子宮癌,在接受了吳慎教授的治療之後,病情得到明顯的好轉,最後竟然發現癌細胞已在體內減少以至消失。基妮. 在接受筆者采訪時,百感交集,她寫了一封充滿感激的信,對吳慎教授表達了高度褒獎和贊美︰ 「我有幸認識吳慎教授,知道他是東方福音音樂聲波能量振動創始人,甚感尊重。根據以往與吳慎教授相處的經驗,我可以証明,他的音樂聲波能量調理病變,修改身心均衡的療程,以及他訓練旁人接受理療思想,其實踐的能力,是有益於美國人民的可貴資產。吳慎教授曾教授本人和其他人士如何恢複健康,並調整身心、情感與精神上的健全狀態。吳慎教授的敬業精神,和他對病患的熱心照顧,都遠超過常人的預期。對於尋求西方醫療思想與療法的人,吳慎教授也提供一種健全的另類途徑,所以吳慎教授能繼續行醫,於因病及私人危機而求助於吳慎教授的廣大民眾,皆大有幫助。我以前經診斷為罹患子宮癌,並有其他種種身體病變,後來竟能恢複健康,這都是歸功吳慎教授神奇的療效。我也曾見過其他求助於吳慎教授的人,經吳慎教授指點幫助之後,生活品質也提高至難以想像的境界。吳慎教授存有每位病患來自美國醫生的鑒定病歷,並做療後記錄檔案,証明吳慎教授的醫療技術極高的醫療效果。身為美利堅合眾國之國民,我深深認為能有如吳慎教授這樣資歷與才能無人能比的人,是我們國家與人民的莫大榮幸。」

Until the 1970’s, the majority of the people in the Western World thought of the human being in tripartite terms—made of up body, mind and spirit.  The care of the body was consigned to the medical establishment; the mind was the purview of the educational system; the spirit came under the domain of religious institutions. 

 But, during the upheavals of the 60’s, when body, mind and spirit all seemed to merge into a psychedelic blur, Westerners began to look at life differently.  We asked questions and expanded our understanding.  We began to look to the East, where humans were thought of more as a blended whole, a unity of body/mind/Spirit, for answers. Words like “holistic” entered the common vocabulary. The concepts of “Yin” and “Yang” lost their mystery.  The medical world was assaulted by individuals seeking an enhanced quality of life.  They came with ideas of “prevention” and “alternative therapies” on their lips.  They began to find healers who practiced acupuncture, herbal remedies and healing touch.  People noticed that something fundamental was missing from education.  Many sought Gurus in the search for enlightenment.  The Wisdom of the Ancients crept into the headlines of today.

 As physicists reported on discoveries about energy fields and it became apparent that the human body was not unlike the entire universe in its energy make-up, the ancient Chinese concept of Chi (energy) and the energy meridians of the body no longer seemed mythical.  American doctors made pilgrimages to China to  study the effects of acupuncture for anesthesia and pain control.  Health food stores were overrun with requests for an ever widening variety of Chinese  herbal products.  Television programs featured demonstrations of graceful movements with strange-sounding names like “Tai Chi” and  “Qi Gong.”  How amazing, we thought, that all this information was thousands of years old.  Where had we been that we were just now hearing of it?  I, like many others, opened my mind to explore this new/old thought.

 In the midst of this evolution of Western thinking, Shen Wu was born in China into a family steeped in Chinese medical culture.  He learned from his grandfather, a well-known physician, and from The Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Medicine the fundamentals of Chinese medicine.  He also became aware of a talent for composing and playing music that had a healing quality.  He discovered that the earliest medicine in China was music and that later, as the health benefit of herbs was recognized, the Chinese symbol for medicine became a combination of the symbols for music and herbs.  Young Wu studied Qi Gong and developed an unique approach to the healing arts—Shen Wu’s Musical Qi Gong. 

 As he grew older, he gave his body to the practice of Qi Gong exercises, his mind to education in  health and healing and his spirit to the inspiration of the Divine.  His healing music flowed from his inner connection with that Divine Spirit.  He became a unified Body/Mind/Spirit entity—healer, musician, teacher, humanitarian and spiritual guide—in short, A Master.   

 I met Master Shen Wu and was introduced to his Musical Chi Gong Therapy shortly after a major life crisis.  My doctor had just said to me, “Your biopsy shows that you have endometrial cancer.”

 The serendipitous events that led from that diagnosis to a state of complete health took me down an amazing path.  It began when I accidentally heard about Qi Gong while attending a professional seminar in my field of psychotherapy.  I subsequently watched a video describing Master Wu’s Musical Qi Gong which contained a testimonial regarding the efficacy of Qi Gong for improving quality of life and ending  the pain of terminal cancer patients.  What was my surprise when I recognized the physician on the video, Dr. Neil Finkler, as the one gynecological oncologist that had been recommended to me by four out of four doctors.  As he contemplated what he had witnessed with Master Wu, he allowed himself to wonder aloud about what Master Wu might do for people who came to him earlier in their illnesses.  I decided there and then that I would avail myself of the healing qualities of Master Wu’s Musical Qi Gong before I became a “terminal patient.”

 As I experienced a Musical Qi Gong therapy session with Master Wu. I was filled with such a glorious feeling of love and light, balance and harmony that I immediately knew I would follow his recommendation and complete twenty such sessions before going into surgery.  My surgeon, Dr. Finkler, agreed to do a second biopsy at the end of the treatments. 

 During the six  weeks from my first to last Musical Qi Gong session, I began to learn Qi Gong exercises,  performing them daily to Master’s Wu’s music, which is based on the Chinese five tone musical scale corresponding to the five organs identified by ancient men of medicine.  I also began to study the theory and principles of Shen Wu’s Musical Qi Gong, as well as the philosophy behind the exercises.  In the course of therapy sessions I experienced visions of moving colors, energized yin and yang symbols and piercing shafts of light coming through an open door and entering my body.  My energy increased and my state of health became vibrant.  My friends and associates all commented on my energy and spirit, saying I appeared “radiant.”  I felt absolutely no fear regarding my condition, but instead, a calm inner awareness that all was well. 

 My second biopsy, after the twenty Qi Gong treatments, still showed some cancer remaining in the lining of my uterus, and surgery was scheduled.   The surgery was quick and easy.  I recovered rapidly, feeling well enough to return to work after two weeks.  Pathology reports indicated that the cancer “was confined to the inner one-third of the uterine wall, 2.4 MM maximum thickness, 1 MM maximum depth of invasion into inner one-third of myometrium.  No lymphovascular invasion is identified.”  No malignancy was found in the ovaries, tubes, lymph nodes, pelvic washings or diaphragm washings.  All was clean and clear, no cancer remaining.  My doctors proclaimed me, “cured.”

 It is my knowing that my experience with Qi Gong and its energy balancing effects allowed my body to reduce the virulence of the cancer and to release the disease process from surrounding tissue.  I continue to feel  vibrant and  radiant, embracing life in all its aspects. 

 It is with great joy and honor that I write this “Introduction” to Master Shen Wu’s book on Musical Qi Gong.  I know that anyone seeking to release a disease process, to obtain a greater understanding of the meaning of life, to learn  relaxation from physical and mental tension, to achieve a more focused intelligence and a deepening awareness of spirit will find truth and comfort in the words of this book.  But it is the practice of the principles that uplifts and inspires.

 The ever-turning wheel of life with its balance, harmony and oneness is especially evident to me as I contemplate a portion of my ancestral history which I reported to Master Wu:  “Five generations ago, my great-great-grandfather left Midway, Georgia, to journey to China as a missionary from the Presbyterian Church, U.S.  Five generations later, a man from China is a missionary to me.”

 May all who come in contact with this book and with Master Shen Wu’s Musical Qi Gong therapy be blessed, as I feel I have been blessed, with radiant health of body, mind and Spirit.

 

Gini W. Cucuel, M.S.

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Student of Shen Wu’s Musical Qi Gong 

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