Qigong corrects a heart defect and 12-year-old boy named MVP 1999
Imagine a 12-year-old soccer-loving boy with a heart defect that diminished stamina. He could only play a few minutes before his energy depleted and his face reddened with exhaustion.
That was Eric McVeigh, who was diagnosed at birth with aortic stenosis. This is a narrowing or obstruction of the aortic valve, causing it to open/close improperly and to obstruct the flow of blood from the left ventricle of the heart to the aorta. This valve disfunction caused contaminated blood to leak affecting his overall stamina. He fatigued easily and found it challenging to keep up with kids his age and size.
Eric and his mother, Pat, travelled to Minnesota for Qigong healing sessions with Master Lin. Immediately, Eric’s stamina increased. An ultrasound exam revealed significant growth in the defective valve and that it had thinned substantially. The leakage of contaminated blood had almost stopped.
In the fall Eric made the championship soccer team of Calgary’s North Division and was named Most Valuable Player. He is able to play an entire game with normal rotation and without exhaustion.
Eric’s mother also noticed that he is not tired at the end of the school day as he always was in the past thanks to his work with Spring Forest Qigong.