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    Dear Sije,

    Thank you for sharing your wonderful story

    Shaolin Salute,
    Brendan

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    Thank you Brendan😊
    Hope my story will help you on your way 🙏
    Enjoy your journeys,
    Racheli Wittert-Ashur


    "There is a crack, a crack in everything. That's how the light gets in." Leonard Cohen

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    Andrea is offline Sifu Andrea Zilio - Instructor, Shaolin Wahnam Switzerland
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    Dear Racheli

    Thanks for sharing your inspiring story!

    Best regards from Switzerland
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    Dear Andrea,
    Thank you for reading 🙏
    Hope to meet you again on one of Sifu's courses.
    Enjoy your journeys,
    Racheli Wittert-Ashur


    "There is a crack, a crack in everything. That's how the light gets in." Leonard Cohen

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    Dear Racheli Siguje,

    I enjoyed very much reading of your journey. It was very timely coincidence that I have been reviewing many traumatic experiences of my past and letting go of them. PTSD is ridiculously difficult to deal with and almost impossible to cure by the standards of Western medical conventions. Talk about how lucky it is to not only get rid of such ailment, but also experience renewal life and unfathomable joy every day!

    Best wishes and blessings to you and your family. It was very lovely that your husband was so understanding and caring throughout your courting and union.

    With sincere gratitude,
    Ollli
    On my way to understanding the greatness of gratitude.
    Thank you Sifu, Sigung, and Past Masters!

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    Dear Ollli,
    Thank you for reading ��
    I posted this hoping it may help others. So thank you for sharing your journey.
    Letting go is an important part of recovery and Shaolin Chi Kung is the best practice to do the work. We are so lucky!
    Amir was very supportive of my way and actually proved that somethings are meant to be kept and not let go... ��
    Enjoy your journeys,
    Racheli Wittert-Ashur


    "There is a crack, a crack in everything. That's how the light gets in." Leonard Cohen

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