Tong Ren Healing Article In The Boston Globe
There are 50 of us here participating in a Tong Ren class at the Oriental Culture Institute in Quincy.
Suzanne Kroll has driven from Worcester. Elaine Harmon, who lives in Hyde Park, Julie Kalustian and her mom, Georgia Contes, Arlington residents, and Chuck Christian, from Randolph, had shorter commutes.
Sometimes, the free weekly classes include people from across the country or around the world. A woman from San Diego stayed for two weeks. A young man from China was here for three months.
Most of the people who take such classes are gravely ill. Many have late-stage cancers, metastasized to organs and bones, and have been told by their doctors that modern medicine has nothing more to offer. Some are struggling with Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, or depression.
Read the complete article at “The Boston Globe“