Scientologists @home, featuring short films shot around the globe by Scientologists in their own homes, where they are staying safe, staying well and thriving in life, presents kung fu master Brad Lewis @home.
As a traditional contact sport, martial arts doesn’t exactly mix with “social distancing.” So, Brad transformed his home into an online kung fu dojo, delivering virtual one-on-one instruction to his high-level clients via private link.
That leaves him time to perfect his own form. And when he’s not conditioning his body, he’s improving his spirit by studying Scientology. “One of the things I’ve learned in Scientology,” says Brad, “is that you’ve got to do things that help yourself feel better and stay well.”
Though staying well has meant staying home and changing his normal routine, he’s not complaining. Instead, he’s hoping everyone makes the best of the situation and enjoys “being able to spend more time with your family and your spouse.”
With all that, Brad credits Scientology for helping him keep his life in balance—his body, mind and spirit.
The Scientologists @home series is available at Scientology.org/DailyConnect, where every day new short films shot by Scientologists themselves present how they apply Scientology principles and continue their religious studies while at home.
Find out about the mind, spirit and life. Read the book Scientology: The Fundamentals of Thought.
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