After a delightful six hour drive from Izumo, Brian, Yukari Kojima, and my interpreter Aiko Handa and I arrived in this beautiful peninsula city.  Along the way we reveled in the country views and big city bustle.  We had to drive because recent rains have devastated the rail system in this part of Japan.  We even heard a heart-wrenching tale of a close friend of Ashtar’s whose tomatoes were three days from harvest when they were covered with almost five feet of water.  Once again I extend my heart to those in this beautiful country whose lives have been upended by typhoons, earthquakes, floods and mudslides.  May you find the gift of life blossoming again very soon.

In Matsuyama we are hosted by the beautiful Ms. Naho Kiriyama whose sparkle lights up every room she enters.  One of the things Matsuyama is known for is that it was the first place in Japan where Baseball was played.  This weekend the city turned out to celebrate Baseball with parades and smiles.  A video of one of the marching groups is attached, I hope you enjoy it as much as I did! 

In a couple of days I head for the northern part of Japan, Sapporo to spend three days doing private and group sessions hosted by Tengoku Ito at Heavenrise Salon.  I know many of you in the US are sweltering, just as we are right now, so you can appreciate that Sapporo is usually much cooler, and I have to admit I am looking forward to the cooler climate.

Here are some recent photos of my journey.

 

Blessings of Universal Love,

Terrie 🙂