Introduction To Falun Dafa
Falun Dafa (also called Falun Gong) is an ancient cultivation way for improving mind and body.
Relieves Stress & Anxiety
Increases Energy & Vitality
Promotes Spiritual Growth
The practice’s most visible aspects are its five gentle exercises, including one sitting meditation. They are highly effective ways to improve health and energy.
Falun Gong practitioners also study spiritual teachings, taking them as a guide for their daily lives.
How to Get Started
This practice has brought better health and inner peace to millions around the world.
Foundation of Falun Gong:
“Assimilation to the highest qualities of the universe — Zhen 真 Shan 善 Ren 忍 (Truthfulness, Compassion, Tolerance) — is the foundation of practice.”
— Falun Gong founder Mr. Li Hongzhi
Falun Gong Practice:
Falun Gong is simple to learn, it is a combination of exercises, meditation, and moral living.
How to Get Started:
For details on how and where to learn Falun Gong, please visit: www.falundafa.org
Zhuan Falun 《轉法輪》
The book Zhuan Falun by Mr. Li Hongzhi is the most comprehensive and essential set of teachings in the practice.
There is also an introductory text recommended for beginners called Falun Gong.
What People Say About Falun Gong
Typical benefits that people describe include: increased energy and reduced fatigue, better health, better sleep, emotional balance, a sense of calm, a positive outlook, improved relationships, greater self-awareness; and a deeper sense of meaning in one’s life
“The teachings of Falun Dafa broadened my heart and mind. I am always calm and there is much more laughter as well.”
“Being in the giant current of bad influence, I got into trouble. When I started practicing Falun Gong, I snapped out of drugs and alcohol… It helped me get myself out of a bad situation rapidly.”
“For the first time in my life, my entire body feels light and I am free of illness. Routine works have become much easier.”
Local Contacts in Arizona
All Falun Gong Teachings Are FREE of Charge!
TUSCON: Sunglin, 520-241-5321, University of Arizona
TEMPE: Raymond, 480-239-4769, Arizona State University
SCOTTSDALE: Charlie, 602-743-3916, Chaparral Park
SIERRA VISTA: Greg, 520-732-8510