(Minghui.org) I am a farmer, and have practiced Falun Dafa for more than 20 years. I was busy this April with the farm and orchard, working long hours every day. I was tired when I got home. I rarely studied the Fa, and barely did the exercises. Sometimes I could not complete one set of exercises within two days.

I went to the bathroom one afternoon and collapsed and fell to the floor. I clearly remember that my elbows touched the ground first, followed by my legs and then my forehead. My arms hurt, and felt like they were broken because I fractured a bone when I was a child. My knees were also in pain.

When my forehead was about to hit the ground my eyes were open. I saw a soft white material about one inch thick and a foot long, falling on part of my forehead. When my head touched the ground I didn’t feel any pain, but I felt a little dizzy. As I lay on the ground my entire body felt numb. I could not move my right side. I slowly and painfully crawled out of the bathroom.

I told my mother what happened. She urged me to go to the hospital. I told her that I was fine, and would get better, even though I still couldn’t walk or lift my arms. I started reading Zhuan Falun, the main Book of Falun Dafa.

I found peace by reading the Fa. After I read one lecture, I had a strong desire to do the exercises. A voice told me to not practice, take medicine, and take a rest. I wondered where this voice came from.

I turned on the exercise music. While doing the first exercise my arm hurt so badly that I couldn’t lift it. I gritted my teeth and persisted. The pain lessened when I did the second exercise, and was gone by the time I did the third set. I was fine after I completed all five exercise sets, and the pain was gone.

When I told fellow practitioners about my experience that night, they said it was interference from the old forces. We should do everything according to Dafa, and we should not deviate from Dafa.

I know that Master has always protected us. The words, “Believing in the teacher and believing in the Fa” are easy to say, but actually carrying them out is not. When something bad happens it is a test for practitioners.