Tag Archives: Dr. Kazuko

Showa Emperor’s Historical, Once-Trip to America

New York, N.Y. In 1975, the Emperor and Empress of Japan were invited by President Ford to make their first official visit to the United States (Sept. 30 – Oct. 14.). This was a serious thing as a Japanese Emperor had never visited the United States. The once-defeated country was invited by the president of the […]

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Dr. Kazuko Hillyer Tatsumura’s Column in Japan’s Weekly Biz

New York, N.Y. In 2017, the distinguished Dr. Kazuko Hillyer Tatsumura began to publish a weekly series of essays in the Japanese language publication Weekly Biz. A translation of these appears here in The Stewardship Report on Connecting Goodness. His Holiness the Dalai Lama with friend Dr. Kazuko Hillyer Tatsumura, in 1972. xVol. ???: Finger-Tip Stimulation Leads […]

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The Difference Between Compassion and Pity

The Difference Between Compassion and Pity: Volunteering after Japan’s Earthquake & Tsunami (Part 2) New York, N.Y. During my stay in the disaster area, I had been praying for the Dalai Lama to come to Japan. To my surprise, when I returned to Tokyo, he arrived to Japan on April 29th, the most important day […]

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Volunteering after Japan’s Earthquake & Tsunami (Part A)

New York, N.Y. I volunteered in the Great Northeastern Japan Earthquake disaster area through April 2011. The area was far more devastated than what could be seen on TV. Although I had volunteered in other disasters, nothing prepared me for the enormity of this: it seemed as if Japan was reliving World War II. Whenever […]

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The Story of Visiting the Manjushree Orphanage Again (A)

Children Are All Precious Gifts from Space  NOV 2 New York, N.Y.  It was a great pleasure to be able to visit the Manjushree Orphanage again in the village of Tawan on this trip to India. This village is located in the middle of the Himalayas, and after arriving at the nearest airport (Guwahati), change to […]

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Mexico’s Day of the Dead Reminds Me of Japan’s Bon Festival, Halloween

New York, N.Y. In August, almost all Japanese people have a Bon Festival. The souls of those who died earlier will be called back TO ONE’S OWN HOME. Families get together during the Obon holidays after everyone has returning to the ancestral village. There, the dead will talk to the family and even enjoy special meals with their families. A family prepares […]

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Onnetsu: Medical Conferences from the Netherlands to Mexico

Amsterdam. This summer, I presented the keynote speech at the International Conference on Cancer Science & Stem Cell Research, held in Amsterdam in the Netherlands. I was pleased my talk was well received. Here in Amsterdam, we had a very fruitful meeting with doctors who want to utilize my Onnetsu thermotherapy. My lectures are popular with many international academic societies. As a result, I am invited to […]

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Prayer for World Peace (8/10/19)

New York, N.Y. Thinking about Memorial Day in Hiroshima and Nagasaki on August 5th On August 5th, the Atomic Bomb Drop Memorial Ceremony of the Shinto priests in Hiroshima and Nagasaki was held at both the Japan Society and the United Nations. I am a Shinto priest, requested to pray for peace as a Shinto priest, […]

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