Health And Fulfillment On The Run: FALUN GONG IN AMERICA

FALUN GONG IN AMERICA

On weekday mornings Kery Wilkie Nunez does her Falun Gong exercises with two or three commuters next to the Dunn Loring metro station in the Virginia suburbs of Washington. The buzz from the nearby highway and the bustle of the rushing crowds aren't a problem. "You become peaceful and tranquil inside," says Nunez. It's different for the three or four doctors who do their exercises from 5:30 to 7:30 a.m. near the library of the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Md. All they hear are birds chirping. Steven Reani does his exercises in the early morning near a deserted shopping...

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