WHAW2013 Event in FUKUSHIMA
A precious thing FUKUSHIMA could only have known from overcoming the disaster - Being kept alive by larger great mystery' by Torako Yui JPHMA chair person
Torako Yui JPHMA chair person gave a charity lecture in Fukushima.
Her lecture in Fukushima has been counted 4 times so far since the Great East Japan earthquake.
Today's theme of the lecture is 'A precious thing FUKUSHIMA could only have known from overcoming the disaster - Being kept alive by larger great mystery'. It has now been back for 2 years since the disaster.
It is warm spring weather in FUKUSHIMA today and is surrounded by gentle and blight light as if the disaster did not really happen.
We could have opportunities to talk to participants. Everyone was very nice people, being cheerful in a lighthearted manner.
Ms Yui picked up what she understood by visiting Fukushima and listening to voice of people in Fukushima and what we should learn from this disaster in Fukushima during her talk.
First of all, people in Fukushima dealt with problems in mind and body by taking homoeopathic remedies, got over from the problems and are now spending their life in good mental and physical health happily. This is a wonderful thing.
She also pointed out the importance of self-sufficiency for preparing in case such disaster happes again in future.
She is not only a homoeopath but also is a farmer and the managing director of TOYOUKE Natural Farming Co. Ltd, and told about current situation and problems in agriculture in Japan.
Finally, she told that homoeopathy can strengthen mind and body.
She introduced her cases, which homoeopathy had treated autism children, hyperactive children, mental problems in adults, problems of inner child with showing the case DVD. Those clients improved dramatically.
The lecture inspired all participants and received a big roud of applause.