(Clearwisdom.net) The Divine Performing Arts tour in Taiwan gave me an opportunity to recommend the show to my students. One student and his family members all have predestined relationships with me. The whole family went to see the show in Taipei. Their son attends the middle school and is a young Dafa practitioner. Since he obtained the Fa, he has often had interesting dreams that he has shared with me. The dreams are related to the Fa taught in Teacher's books and helped the young practitioner better understand the Fa. I think the fact that his whole family could watch the show is a reflection of his cultivation state.

Later, I asked him how he felt about the performance. He told me that although he felt good that day, he fell asleep during the show. At first I felt sorry for him since he missed the show. Then he told me that he watched the show in his dreams. I was very shocked to hear that, so I started to verify the show's content with him.

He told me the show started with the dance "Creation." He saw a very tall and magnificent Buddha. The Buddha wore a kasaya (robe) with the right shoulder exposed and held one hand in front of his chest. This is similar to what we saw on the stage. In his dream, the emperor wore a tall hat and an imperial robe. The robe's color was more refined with many dragons embroidered on it. Beneath the emperor were all of his officials wearing costumes of red, blue and green. He told me that an official's rank determined the color of his costume and what kind of hat he could wear. The higher an official's rank, the larger the hat's two wings and the taller the hat. When the officials came out, a person shouted, "Here!" They were also accompanied by drum rolls and gong beats. The highest ranking officials came out first and stood closest to the emperor. There were palace maidens dancing in front of the emperor and his officials. The maidens wore very pretty, layered dresses - a pink outer layer overlaid a white inner layer. They danced with handkerchiefs in their hands and wore Tang Dynasty style hair and shoes. The dance music was Chinese.

About the dance, "Forsythia in Spring," the student said to me, "Teacher, the dancers were not dancing with handkerchiefs. Flowers grew out of the fairy maidens' hands and other parts of their bodies, and the flowers were rotating." I asked him whether he saw the dance, "The Loyalty of Yue Fei," and he said that in his dream, the four Chinese characters were gigantic and radiating golden rays of light. It was magnificent.

I was surprised that when I asked him about each performance by its name, he couldn't tell me anything. But when I showed him the performance pictures in the program book, he started to describe what he saw in his dream. For example, in the performance, "Mongolian Bowl Dance," he told me that in his dream the performers danced with more than three bowls atop their heads, and that there were also bowls on their shoulders. Their dance included movements that humans could not do. He said they were splendid. When I asked about the dance, "Herding on the Mongolian Plains," performed by male dancers, he told me that the colors of the dance costumes were prettier in his dream and that the dancers could jump much higher than what's shown in the pictures. The dancers were all vigorous and agile.

He also saw a performance in which Mongolian warriors showed their wrestling skills. He was amazed how the warriors could be so nimble while wearing the heavy protection armor. I was surprised to hear that since this performance was not in the show. Maybe Teacher showed it to him. He also said that many female performers had very long hair that reached the floor. At first I thought he was talking about the "Dai Ethnic Dance." When we looked at the pictures of "Snowy Mountain, White Lotus," he said he was talking about this performance. In his dream, the dancers' hair and costume sleeves were much longer than what is shown in the pictures. Since I really like the color of the costume in this performance, I asked him whether the costume color in his dream was as beautiful. He told me that the color was unmatchable. The colors in his dream were more refined and brighter and their beauty was beyond description. The dancers didn't wear makeup. However, they looked prettier than people who did wear makeup. Their skin was very delicate and exquisite. When he mentioned this, I really believed he had seen all these things in his dream. If I remember it correctly, Teacher talked about similar things in lectures other than Zhuan Falun. The student had only studied Zhuan Falun, Zhuan Falun Fajie - The Law of Zhuan Falun Explained, and Explaining the Content of Falun Dafa, yet he could describe what he saw using words similar to what Teacher said in some of his lectures. I was amazed.

As for the songs that moved the audience, and the musical performance, he told me that in his dream the dancing and singing performances were not mixed. The performances were continuous with no host. The musical performances and the songs were one program, and all the dances were another program. He said that moving songs filled up the whole dimension. Although he couldn't understand the content of the songs, their beauty and harmony made him feel the dignity and sacredness. The musical performance included not only the erhu (Chinese violin), but also other ancient Chinese musical instruments. When I asked him about my favorite dance, "Ladies of the Manchu Court," he told me that the sleeves of the dance costume were longer than those worn by the dancers on the stage. The headpiece worn by the lead dancer was several times larger than that worn by the dancer on the stage. I was excited about the last dance, "Victory Drums," and told him how I admired the lead dancer's ability to perform difficult movements such as standing on one leg while raising the other leg high. He told me that what he saw in his dream was even better. The dancers could raise their feet above their necks and shoulders. Although it was hard for me to imagine, I'm sure it's something difficult for human beings to do. He also said that in his dream many performers' bodies were so flexible that they could make extremely difficult movements, such as connecting their heads to their feet while their hands were beating the drums. When he was telling me this, he also drew pictures for me to see. I was so surprised and happy.

What's most interesting is that when the show on the stage ended, the show in his dream also ended. He woke up to the audience's applause. I asked him whether it was just him that was watching the show and whether there was a stage in his dream. He told me that there was no stage in his dream and he was not watching the show alone. There were many other beings watching the show. They looked human, but they were not human beings. They wore ancient clothes. This was hard for me to picture. I could only say that I was so happy for him that he could watch such a solemn and sacred performance.

I was greatly amazed and moved by his description. Teacher said in "Fa Teaching at the 2007 New York Fa Conference:"

"In this dimension it was young people who were performing, while in other dimensions, many of my Law Bodies and many divine beings were doing so. The strength of the impact on people, as with the changes it caused in them, were very similar to what happened back when I personally taught the Fa early on. So it has effected tremendous changes in people."