Experience Testimony - Waidangong Has Helped Me to Recover from Poliomyelitis by
Kuo Yung-yi [ 郭永义 ] - Taiwan. This testimony was extracted from Taiwan Waidangong Mag No.4
I was struck by poliomyelitis at the age of three, so the muscles of both of my legs were flaccid and the toes could not move at all. From then on, my right leg had to be braced up by an iron-shoe and, if I wanted to move my body. I must rely upon a pair of crutches.
In 1979, after graduation from the pharmacy section of Ren-te Medical School in Miao-li Hsien, I was told by Mr. Wu Chao-Fung that Waidangong [ 外丹功 ] could improve one’s health and even cure chronic diseases. So on 10 February 1980, I began to learn Waidangong under the instruction of Mr. Su Wen-hsing. Because I could not stand up, in the beginning I could only sit on a chair to learn the preparatory posture of Waidangong [ 外丹功 ], which originally should be practiced in standing position. I practiced two times a day each time lasting one hour. In the first week, the innate Qi led me to place my hands on my knees to stretch the sinews of my legs, and on the seventh day, I was able to stand up for the first time without the support of the crutches. Thereafter I could practice the preparatory posture by leaning against the wall.
In October 1981, with only the iron-shoe on, I could walk and practice the posture of the small-step crane walk without the crutches. In January 1982, my toes could move at will. In February of the same year, my left arm, which could never be held upward, was filled with Qi and stretched up straight for more than one minute. Now I can walk quite steadily with only the iron-shoe on, doing without the crutches, such miracles are the results of practicing Waidangong [ 外丹功 ]. For these miraculous results, I would like to express my deepest gratitude to Mr. Su Wen-Hsing and our great master Chi-tung. (张志通大师)
Disclaimer: The materials provided herewith are intended for reference by Waidangong [ 外丹功 ] trained students. The author is not responsible, in any manner whatsoever, for any injury which may occur through following the descriptions while practicing Waidangong [ 外丹功 ].