Aloha Healing 10/13/2015

moon Hoaka
‘Ikuwâ 13

Took a blood test the other day and got the results back. My carcinoembryonic antigen (CEA) numbers have dropped from 1.8 to 1.5. My white blood cell numbers have risen back to normal, although my red blood cell numbers are low–understandable with all the anal bleeding.

When I asked my doctor about the numbers, he emailed, “CEA is not specific and usually not elevated in rectal cancer. You will be misled by following that number.” This kind of puzzles me because if CEA is “usually not elevated in rectal cancer” then why did he order the test? I had a special vial of blood extracted just to test CEA levels.

Another doctor emailed me and said, “CEA is a diagnostic/prognostic marker of significance. Testing for CEA levels is done routinely, and especially before and after treatment, such as surgery and chemotherapy.” Couldn’t we use CEA levels to monitor other treatments like mangosteen, protandim, raw foods, turtle soup, ho’oponopono, carrot juice, juicing, Aloha, and sunshine?

I’m not sure what to make of the test results, but I feel like the doctors aren’t sure what to make of them either. The difference is that the doctors ordered the test. What is the purpose of ordering a test that is “not specific and usually not elevated in rectal cancer”?

What these tests tells me is that the dis-ease is not spreading. My immune system is getting stronger as shown by the rising white blood cell count. The dropping level of CEA and the normal levels of Alkaline Phosphatase indicate that the liver has not been invaded.

The first doctor concluded, “As a physician, concerned about you, I have to refer you to oncology for the treatment for cancer. Other things do not help.” Other things besides oncology do not help. Interesting. Do I want to trust an opinion that does not believe that anything but oncology can heal the body?

This reminds me of a couple of sayings:

“When certainty comes in the door, curiosity goes out the window.”

“True ignorance is not not knowing something; it is not knowing that you don’t know something.”

I’m becoming more and more suspicious of allopathic medicine. To continue the used car salesman analogy, it is like asking about different cars on the lot and the salesman always bringing you back to the same car.

Diet

I told my qigong master that I couldn’t stomach the turtle soup, so he gave me some more herbs to add, so I tried the soup again. It has been giving me restless sleep and vivid dreams. Yesterday, I had pretty intense fatigue, and today, I haven’t had a bowel movement. I’m going to try the soup for one more night and see how it goes.

Exercise

Even with fatigue, I’m finding that doing morning prayers and movements. I also have been doing about 20 minutes of qigong walking. My qigong master wants me doing 2 hours per day, but I don’t think he realizes that I work and have kids.

Relationships

Feeling really good about relationships especially since I’ve been using the barefoot walking practice with everyone around me.

I also have been asking myself, “who do you become when things don’t go your way?” I try to be the same loving, accepting, and equanimous self when things don’t go my way.

Spirituality

Feeling very good about prayers and alignment with spirit.

Kūkae (BM)

I seem to be alternating between days of cleansing out my colon and smaller BM days that consist of blood and sediment.

10/9

12:30 AM blood with heavy sediment

2:30 AM blood with heavy sediment

8:30 AM sediment coagulated

12 PM sediment

10/10

6 AM blood sediment followed by large BM in shape and quanity

10 AM Huge BM little to no blood

11 AM residue small liquid BM no blood

5 PM blood sediment

6 PM blood sediment

10/11

6 AM Large blood sediment

8:20 Medium BM little to no blood

7 PM Blood and lots of sediment

10/13

11 AM Huge BM with little to no blood

6 PM blood and sediment

10/14

small blood and sediment throughout the day. No BM.

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9 comments on “Aloha Healing 10/13/2015

  1. 1EarthUnited says:

    Dr’s are full of “knowledge”, doesn’t mean they KNOW. Only you know, have faith.
    Just a vibe i’m getting… not so sure that turtle soup is doing you any good. Raw organic sweet juicy fruits, fresh veggies, steamed rice may better suit you.
    No matter how well meaning ppl are, you still have the final say… response-ability.
    Advice from oncologists, qigong masters, nutritionists, friends, family or me – we’re only perspectives filtered thru our own subjective mind and experiences. This information must resonate with your current reality/ challenges so as to affect positive change.
    I’m sure you feel all this on a deeper subconscious level, so go with your gut. Literally! 😉
    The sooner you figure this out, the faster your healing will manifest on the physical level.

    Love & light. ❤

    • Kozo Hattori says:

      Thanks, Maddie. I LOVE your list of people who don’t know me as well as I do. haha. I did get off the turtle soup and am feeling much better. I’m trying to get into deep intuitive touch with my gut. Thank you so much for you guidance, wisdom, love, and care. {{{Hugs}}} kozo

  2. ashualec says:

    Totally agree with the comment above.

    Blessings to you

  3. kasturika says:

    Second the opinions above! No one knows you better than you.

  4. Sometimes even the doctors don’t know what they’re looking for until they find it? I send you the hope for wise doctors with open minds.

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