Aloha Cancer 9/10/2015

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Māhoe Mua 10

Remembered what Uncle Paul Strauch told me and asked to enter the heiau this morning. The Gods answered with this anuenue (rainbow). So grateful for the blessings.

rainbow heieauSpent the rest of the day with my dear friend, Mandy, posting up flyers for the workshop. Mandy is pure joy. Even when we got detoured by traffic, she smiled and said, “Let’s go check out the surf at Makapu`u.” One healer told me that Love and Joy will heal cancer faster and more effective than any other treatment. Time with Mandy is full of love and joy.

We anonymously paid for juice and shave ice for those who came after us, leaving a smile card. We handed out flowers to strangers in parking lots. We laughed at how amazing life can be when you let go of the reins. The only problem with hanging out with Mandy is that she insists on paying for everything.

Diet

Had both lunch and dinner at Peace Cafe. Wonderful vegan food in a small space with tranquil decor.

Exercise

Just morning exercises and prayers. Ran around a lot passing out flyers. Did an oli (Hawaiian chanting) class with Malia and gave a small workshop for my friend Darren and his pregnant wife Chiaki.

Relationships

So honored to spend time with Darren, his wife, and his mother, Reggie. Even though Darren and I don’t see each other often, we still have a deep love for each other that has spanned three decades. At one point, Darren said with tears in his eyes, “I understand your choice and respect your spirit, but I don’t want to have to say goodbye to you.”

Spirituality

One of my friends has heart problems. The doctor wanted to do open heart surgery. After a few months, they checked her heart again and it had gotten better, so now they are holding off on the surgery. I want her to attend my workshop, so we can open the heart without scalpels. Just knowing that the body can reverse dis-ease all on its own is an inspiration and example for me. I am grateful for her authentic and vulnerable share.

BM

Lots of blood today. I was a bit perplexed, until I remembered that yesterday I drank a juice that had beets in it and ate oatmeal with grated raw beets. Maybe this isn’t blood, but beet coloring. I felt good all day, so not too concerned. Mandy told me all about coffee enemas, so I might start doing those when I get home.

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3 comments on “Aloha Cancer 9/10/2015

  1. So happy to hear you full of love and joy. Always remember: the body is a self-healing mechanism. Love and (((((hugs)))))
    Alison

  2. I know it’s very random, but your BM section reminded me of one of my favorite literary quotes.

    “The beet is the most intense of vegetables. The onion has as many pages as ‘War and Peace,’ every one of which is poignant enought to make a strong man weep, but the various ivory parchments of the onion and the stinging green bookmark of the onion are quickly charred by belly juices and bowl bacteria. Only the beet departs the body the same color as it went in. Beet consumed at dinner will, come morning, stock a toilet bowl with crimson fish, their hue attesting to beet’s cromatic immunity to the powerful digestive acids and the thoroughgoing microbes that can turn the reddest pimento, the orangest carrot, the yellowest squash into a single disgusting shade of brown.
    At birth we are red-faced, round, intense, pure. The crimson fire of universal consciousness burns in us. Gradually, however, we are devoured by parents, gulped by schools, chewed up by peers, swallowed by social institutions, wolfed by bad habits, and gnawed by age; and by the time we have been digested, cow style, in those six stomachs, we emerge a single disgusting shade of brown.
    The lesson of the beet, then, is this: hold on to your divine blush, your innate rosy magic, or end up brown. Once you’re brown, you’ll find that you’re blue. As blue as indigo. And you know what that means:
    Indigo.
    Indigoing.
    Indigone.”

    – Tom Robbins’ “Jitterbug Perfume.”

    Marshall, I hope that you continue to be filled with feelings of love and peace as you continue on this journey. You and your teaching had such a positive impact on me during my college years. You shared materials with us that helped me see the world in ways that I never thought to before. Right now, I just thought of the water crystals video you showed us… And how the samples that received the loving words made beautiful snowflake shapes while the ones that received negativity did not. Thank you for all that you shared with me and for helping me grow 🙂 just wanted to send that positive thought your way

    • Kozo Hattori says:

      Thank you so much Crystal. It has been an honor watching your grow. Thank you for that quote. It gives me strength and conviction to continue following my heart. Your words and your thoughts mean so much to me. {{{hugs}}}} Kozo

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