An age-old tale of a Wu Shih/Shaman (LAMAS Qi Gong master) who was tricked by the Dark Master in times past. The forces of darkness who were desirous of corrupting the morals and ethical practice of the LAMAS Qi Gong Masters and therefore selected a Wu Shi Master to be their target. The Dark forces selected and chose a Dark Master who was to be assisted by a coven of witches, they designed a clever and well delivered plot, knowing that this particular Wu Shih Master (LAMAS Qi Gong Master) was dedicated to the repair of the health of the people; they laid a trap for him by spreading a story of a poor woman who was desperately ill and having no family members to help her, with even the mundane daily household chores.
One of the witches pretended to be in bed too ill to even answer the door to the derelict hovel in which she apparently resided. The Wu Shih enter after calling out and banging on the flimsy decaying door, on entering he saw that there was only one dark room which oozed the dusty odour of damp and decay, in the far corner he detected the bulky shape of someone in the rickety wooden construction that served as a bed, the only other piece of furniture being a table with a cup on it, in the far corner hung a large cauldron suspended by a very thick metal chain fastened in the top of a large boulder which was hollowed out to form a dark unlit fireplace with no windows or any other domestic article visible.
The witches knew that if the Shaman had heard or been told that someone were ill and needed help, he would go immediately to do whatever possible to offer respite form their ailment or complaint, it was and had been common knowledge for millennia that, and as we all know a Wu Shih (LAMAS Qi Gong Master) will always go to assist those who are in great need.
They had using some spells and plants of the nightshade family prepared the contents of the solitary cup that stood in the center of the table. From the figure lying covered up in the bed a croaking voiced said “please master have a drink you must have journeyed from afar and must be very thirsty”, the Wu Shih replied that he was ok and was not really that thirsty, but, the figure retorted “so you are too proud to drink from the cup of a poor helpless woman, you who call yourself a kindly man too proud to even drink to the health of a poor woman.