Ireland: 2006 Falun Dafa Experience Sharing Conference held in Dublin

On the 5th August 2006, the 3rd Irish Falun Dafa Experience Sharing Conference was held in the Westbury Hotel in Dublin.

Conference hall

The conference, which opened at 10am, is part of a three-day long series of activities for Dafa practitioners in Ireland. These activities also include a parade, truth clarification activities in Dublin city centre, Fa study and experience sharing. More than fifty practitioners from Ireland and other parts of Europe attended.

During the conference, Dafa disciples shared their insights and understandings about the current stage of Fa-rectification cultivation and how they have learned from past mistakes and are striving to assimilate to the Fa. Practitioners also shared how they upgraded their xinxing while clarifying the facts in various ways, from participating in street activities to working with the media and even installing NTDTV satellite dishes and revealing the atrocities of organ harvesting from living Falun Gong practitioners in China to the Irish people and government.

Practitioners share how they upgraded xinxing with working on media projects
A practitioner, who recently came from Mainland China, sharing how she overcame the attachment of fear while clarifying the facts on the street. Practitioner shares how he improved while encouraging his family to quit the wicked party in China
An Irish practitioner shares how she obtained the Fa and how she has improved while participating in Fa-rectification. Listening to practitioners share experiences

The conference was opened with a grand poem written by an Irish Dafa disciple and fourteen practitioners shared their experiences until the conclusion of the conference at 4.30pm.

Overall, practitioners felt that the sharing articles were of a high standard and that Irish Dafa disciples were truly putting their hearts into Fa-rectification.

Studying the Fa after the Fahui

After the conference, practitioners studied the Fa together and shared experiences and understandings about the current state of Fa-rectification in Ireland until 9pm.

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