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1.13.2018 | Feng Shui 2018 Honolulu

8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Honolulu Country Club
1690 Ala Puumalu Street
For more information contact:
Phone: (808) 348-7565

1.27.2018 | Feng Shui 2018 Denver

10:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Community Support Services
14292 East Evans Ave.
Aurora, CO 80014
For registration contact:
Jim Lowdermilk
Phone: (303) 482-6441
For more information contact:
Jayne Tschirhart-Short
Phone: (303) 210-1070

2.3.2018 | Feng Shui 2018 Phoenix

For more information contact:
LauRha Frankfort
Phone: (602) 956-7882

2.10.2018 | Feng Shui 2018 Kauai

9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Happiness Planting Center
3343 Kanakolu Street, Lihue
For more information contact:
Dora Hong
Phone: (808) 651-8893

2.18.2018 | Feng Shui 2018 Los Angeles

9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Embassy Suite
800 N. Central Avenue
Glendale, CA 91203
For more information contact:
Alexis Colianni
Phone: (626) 701-4388


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On Sunday, January 6th, the Natural Healing Research Foundation and Master Hong hosted their 15thannual Winter Immunity Event.

Every year, many people look forward to this event and count on Master Hong to teach how to follow simple natural healing practices to boost immunity for the whole year.  Many of the 100+ participants who filled the auditorium to greet Master Hong and learn his exciting new developments, have attended every year since 2004.

This year, Master Hong focused on the importance of sleep, as poor sleep is an epidemic sweeping the nation!  Many Americans suffer from sleeping trouble.  This is a major problem because all disease comes from poor sleep.  The correct, healthy amount of sleep is one-third of a 24-hour period, which means 8 hours. But in modern society, with its nervous rhythm and wrong habits, how many people have enough sleep time and good sleep quality?

However, getting 8 hours is not the most important element of good sleep!  What is important is when are you going to sleep???  The 2017 Biomedical Nobel Prize winning research confirms that all living things, cells and internal organs have a 24-hour clock time, and natural therapy, especially the theory of traditional Chinese medicine meridians with more than 3,000 years behind it, has revealed that 9:00 to 11:00 pm is the time for the body’s immune function to run the most vigorously in the Triple Heater meridian. That is to say, people should stop all work and activities before 9:00 pm and go to bed. This is the natural rhythm of breathing, heartbeat, blood circulation slowing down, and the human body begins to build the immune system.  Please take a look at all cancer patients, and those with diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, obesity, mental depression, anxiety, and stress disorder – which of them are sleeping at 9 o’clock in the evening?? When sleep is poor, the immune system is disordered, loses function, and all diseases follow. Modern medicine is developed, new drugs are developed, but why are cancer, cardiovascular disease, sudden death, stroke, high blood pressure and other diseases increased?   Even though the 2018 Biomedical Nobel Prize Winners found special proteins in the body to help fight cancer, if the body is not sleeping during 9-11pm, these proteins cannot be metabolized, transmuted and transported through the body.  So, how can we adjust the disordered sleep rhythm to avoid these problems?

 At first, it can be difficult for people to change their sleeping patterns.  This year, Master Hong taught four different sleep exercises to help people adjust to sleeping earlier than they are accustomed.

  1. The Daoist sleep method, which first balances the internal organs so that then the body can easily sleep. There are three different poses to choose from in this method.
  2. Buddhist “sleeping Buddha,” to cleanse the spirit and the body and help the heart calm down for good sleep.
  3. Medical Qi Gong sleep method of sending energy down.
  4. The method used by the military on the battlefield, the first step is to tighten, then relax and fall asleep quickly.

This is very important, Master Hong told participants, because excess body fat, cancer, diabetes, heart attack, high blood pressure all come from poor sleep.  No people who suffer from these problems go to sleep by 9pm!

Like a swimmer or a surfer following the ocean tide, the body must follow the flow of universal energy.  This is natural healing!  High level doctors know that we must follow time and space for health and healing.  There is also a yearly cycle, which the Natural Healing Research Foundation follows to determine the dates for their Summer Respiratory Event to strengthen the respiratory system for the whole year, as well as the dates for the Winter Immunity Event.

At this year’s event, Master Hong gave 24 methods for natural healing to do during wintertime to boost the body’s immunity for the whole year!  Everyone who attended the event went home with 24 simple, easy, 2,000-year time tested natural healing tools to practice as preventative medicine!

People’s feedback from this year’s Winter Immunity Event was that it was a very good program, and the Natural Healing Research Foundation and volunteers provided very good service. “There was more detail and the program was more powerful and better service than ever,” one happy client recalled.

The Natural Healing Research Foundation and Master Hong are very happy that they can provide good service and affect good health on this community that has been supporting the Natural Healing Research Foundation for 15 years.  Their goal is to share Natural Healing tools so that everyone can easily enjoy good health.

Thank you to all our wonderful Sponsors, Donors, Teachers, Volunteers, Friends and Supporters!

Large Donors/Contributors

Elahe Mir-Djalali

Glenn & April Haraguchi

Ann Kobayashi

T. George Paris & Ironworkers Union Local 625

Scott Settle

Sandi Takishita

Edward & Lorna Tokunaga

The Evans Yim Family



Paula Chun

Kathleen Coelho

Pua & Jimmy Kekina

Kathie Ong

Joyce Settle

Wade Shigemasa

Ann Yamamoto

Scott Yamashita



Paul Akama

Mei Au

Alexis Coliani

Isabella Gucci-Ruffalo

Miriam Miyai

Joel Oyama

Chablis Paris Mathai

Mark & Keren Paris Siket

Ken & Mona Self

Susan Sugitani

Nick Villasenor

Lisa Watanabe

Vicki Watanabe

Alex Witbek

Caroline Young

Ruby Yuen


Friends and Supporters

Kuulei Akahane-Park

Joan Akai

The late Senator Daniel Akaka & Mrs. Millie Akaka

Roland Albano

Marjorie Ambrosewicz

Darryl Amorrin

Kit Andrus

Raquel Malia Andrus

Maile Andrus-Price

Howard & Lynn Arimoto

John Barclay

Peter & Maxine Barrere

Ian Benson

Carole Burstein

Peya Candie

Floriano Castaneda

Charlene Chang

Didi Chang

Dick Ching

Stephanie Ching

Teddi Ching

Pat Choi

Ida & Rodney Chun

Rodney Chun

Wallace & Theresa Chun

H. Chung

Newton & Mae Chung

Wendy Chun Nashiro

Keola Coelho

De Mont Connoer

Rika D’Amico

Richard De Sa

Nani Del Prado

Stanley Ehara

Jeanette Farm

Lane Fujii

Lorene Furutani

Charlene Goo

Patrice Gooch

Charles Hall

Jung Hak Han

George Handis

Laurie Hara

Tracie Hara

Karen Harada

Hannah Haraguchi

Brittney Higuchi

Amy Hirano

Wayne Hirayama

Charlie Ho

Randy & Vicki Ho

Ranelle Ho

Sharon Hoge

Lea Hong

Naomi Hong

Donna Ikeda

Minako Imoto

Tadashi Imoto

Billie Jackson

Laurie Jackson

Lorraine Kadota

Elsa-Claire Kam

Gail Kang

Caroline Kanno

Lisa Ng Kato

Lauren Kawahakui

Robert Kimura

Pohai Kirkland

June Kobayashi

Susan Kobayashi

Anna Koide

Kenneth Kubojiri

Hideko Kunichika

Sue Kurowski

Keum Sun Lee

Lanning Lee

Won Lee

Renee Leong

Terrence Leong

David & Julie Lim

Brian Loui

Lola Luke

Willie Lum

Eleanor Macdonald

Maeva Makani

Elizabeth Maki

Kylie Matsuda-Lum

Michele Matsuo

Calvin Matsushima

Erin Mattson

Millannie Mattson

Margaret McCartney

Jerilyn Miyaji

Rachel Miyake

Wally Miyasaki

June Miyazono

Mavis Mizumoto

Shirley Moriki

Marilyn Morinaga

Cheyenne Nahulu-Roberts

Les Nakama

Mari Nakama

Betty Nakamura

Flo Nakamura

Cheri Nakamura

Yukari Nakatsuji

Susanna Namiki

Roland Nip

Iris Nishihira

Jill Nunokawa

Gary & Laurie Ohashi

Betty Ohigashi

Ryoko Oka

Christeen Okada

Hiromi Okada

Gary Omori

Mie Omori

Dayle Onishi

Joan Oshiro

Tom Otake

Arlene Ozeki

Emma Pavich

Chanara Richmond

Carmelita Rodrigues

Madison Salter

Aiko Schick

Mike & Paulie Schick

Karen Seddon

Lisa Sequin

Leona Seto-Mook

Debbie Shigemasa

Maureen Sousa

Megan Spencer

Joan Stone

Bryce & Racyne Sugai

Yumiko Sumiye

Ross & Janelle Suyemura

Clint Takemoto

Brooks & Cynthia Takenaka

Jim & Liz Takishita

Diane Tam

Jamie Tanigawa

Maeda Timson

Ella Tokunaga

Arlene Tom

Jennifer Tomasa

Ella Tokunaga

Alohalinda Tongg

Susan Toyama

Janice Tyau Petersen

Hector & Sharon Venegas

Carl Vetter

Ron Wang

Maya Willey

Bob & Paulette Wo

Caroline Wong

Derrick Wong

Jonathan & Paula Wong

Justin Wong

Laurena Wong

Lorie Wong

Steven Wong

Tracy Wong

Albert Yamamoto

Catherine Yamashita

Ed Yap

Hye Kyong Yi

Lyndee Yoneishi

Katsu & Lisa Yoshino

Mae Yoshino

Margie Yoshioka

Delbert Yuen

Mindy Zhu