A way towards health and harmony

Falun Dafa Exercise 5

In today’s fast paced world we all aspire to have a body free of illnesses and a mind free of anxiety and tensions, but the more we try to achieve this goal, the further it slips away. There seems to be no end to family problems, job pressures, inter-personal conflicts and health concerns of our near and dear ones. So, is there really any way out for us?

Millions of people around the world have found their answers in the ancient meditation practice of Falun Dafa (also known as Falun Gong). Falun Dafa consists of 5 sets of gentle meditative exercises. These exercises help to quickly open up one’s energy channels, purify the body, relieve stress and also provide inner peace. The movements are simple, effective, easy to learn and suitable for all age groups.

Falun Dafa is a practice of both mind and body.In addition to exercises to transform the energy of one’s body, it also teaches to elevate one’s moral character by following the universal principles of Truthfulness, Compassion and Tolerance in everyday life. Our state of mind directly affects our body. Hence a positive and pure state of mind will eventually lead to a healthy body. This is thought to be one reason why the practice of Falun Dafa has such outstanding results.

Millions of people around the world have chosen to make the practice of Falun Dafa an important part of their daily lives. Simply put, they find it a worthy and enjoyable investment of their time towards health and harmonious life. All that is required is a broad mind and a willing heart. You too can learn and discover more about this wonderful practice yourself.

For details visit: www.falundafa.org www.falundafaindia.org

All Falun Dafa activities are organized by volunteers and are free of charge.

Falun Dafa in India:

Falun Dafa was introduced in India in the year 2000 and officially registered in 2004. Since then, the exercise and meditation practice has been introduced in schools and colleges across the length and breadth of the country. Falun Dafa was well received by the Police academies in Delhi and Hyderabad. Falun Dafa practitioners have been invited by several large organizations to introduce it to their senior executives. Interestingly, jail superintends have also requested an introduction of the exercise and meditation practice to inmates.


Falun Dafa, also known as Falun Gong, is an ancient spiritual discipline for mind and body. The practice involves slow, gentle movements and meditation. It is easy to learn, enjoyable to practice, and free of charge. Its guiding principles are based on Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance. The practice was first introduced by Mr. Li Hongzhi in China in 1992, and thereafter it quickly spread by word of mouth throughout China and then beyond. Its beneficial effects in uplifting an individual’s physical health, spiritual well-being, and moral character, not to mention its positive influence in the community and society as a whole, are undeniable. Today, Falun Dafa is practiced by over 100 million people in over 114 countries. The main teachings of Falun Dafa are available in over 30 languages.

On July 20, 1999, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), which is fundamentally atheist, launched a brutal persecution of Falun Dafa.

According to figures from the Minghui.org website, till date at least 3858 Falun Dafa practitioners are confirmed to have been persecuted to death. However, independent investigations have estimated that the actual figures are much higher (for more info read: Bloody Harvest and The Slaughter). Hundreds of thousands of Falun Dafa practitioners have been tortured in prisons, forced labor camps, and psychiatric hospitals. Moreover, the CCP-controlled military, public security, judiciary, and health care system have collaborated with each other to harvest organs from living Falun Dafa practitioners in one of the most horrendous crimes in human history.

For 20 years, practitioners have been tirelessly speaking out about the truth of Falun Dafa and exposing the CCP’s crimes with a mission to end the persecution.