Dear friends of Beacon LOHAS,
How are you doing?
September is an exciting month for us.
With the help of an established MNC, Beacon LOHAS was able to help out in a community project to encourage the stay-at-home seniors to come out together to do simple Meridian Healthy Workout and interact with each other.
This issue of LOHAS DIGEST is a special sharing from our participants.
In July, one of the participants came to me, mentioning about her recent close encounter.
After her first day of LOHAS Meridian Comprehensive Workshop, she went on to attend her father-in-law birthday dinner in the evening.
Not long upon arrival, before she even had a chance to eat dinner, her father in law collapsed outside the toilet. He was not able to breathe properly and the whole body was cold. Even though she had just completed CPR course two weeks earlier, she dare not use the CPR technique on him because she had never perform CPR on real person. She chose to use the meridian technique instead.
She performed the emergency technique she had just learnt in the workshop on his father-in-law. Meanwhile, they had dialed for ambulance which took 15 minutes to arrive. That 15 minutes wait for ambulance was like ages to her.
As she continued to press the emergency point and rub the meridians, her father-in-law suddenly exhaled with a long breath and turn-around his breath. His condition was stabilised and gained a little more consciousness before the ambulance arrived.
As she related the story to me, she was not so sure if its the techniques helped in that situation. I just told her that her father-in-law was very lucky to have her arrived at the right place and the right time. (You can also find the article I posted on 2009 on similar experience at here)
As I am writing this, I am glad that she learnt this technique just hours before the incident.
Thank you, Edwina, for sharing this story with us.
Please forward to those whom you think might benefit from LOHAS Meridian Techniques.