Thursday, August 13, 2015

Second Wave

Dear Ones,

Master Sha is returning to the islands once again.  After his travels to Los Angeles, our beloved spiritual father, teacher and world renowned healer will be back to offer more blessings to those who live in Hawaii, as well as to those who come to visit.  The islands are referred to as the "Crossroads of the Pacific."  Here you will find a wonderful blend of many cultures.  Hawaii is indeed a melting pot of generations of peoples from many foreign lands -- China, Japan, Portugal, Philippines, Korea, Southeast Asia and other South Pacific islands.

There are both positive as well as negative issues that have arisen from the cultural influences and contacts, but due to Master Sha's presence, potentially newsworthy hotspots were quelled and calmed literally right before our eyes.  For example, on August 9, the day Master Sha departed for Los Angeles, a group of 10,000 activists gathered in Waikiki to protest the construction of a $1.4 billion telescope atop snow-covered Mauna Kea, a mountain on Hawai'i Island (also known as the Big Island).  The group of angry protestors gathered only a few feet away from our hotel venue, but not a single soul created a stir and the entire episode resulted in peaceful protest.  I am certain, all the clearing that was done by our beloved Master Sha to the historic ballroom that now houses more than 40 calligraphies had a significant influence on the mental, emotional and physical presence of those who came on that day.

The frequency, vibration and intensity of the light that shown upon all souls easily mollified any hostile thought, word and intention.  The light that shown from the Tao Chang held the crowd in highest love.  This field of love opened the hearts of each person with dignity and thoughts of non-violence.

I am so pleased and feel so very blessed to have had the good fortune to meet Master Sha in this lifetime.  He calls himself a universal servant.  Over time, I have come to realize the depth of truth in this statement.  Although it is cliche, I cannot bow down enough to honor this remarkable soul.

With Warmest Aloha,
Master Pam

Life is a journey. Enjoy the ride!

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