I find the current Kokolulu’s website www.cancer-retreats.org/ misleading, even deceptive, and very careless with facts. The website states that Kokolulu’s retreats will “meet your healing needs”. Are we to believe that it is a statement based on hard evidence? Or is it merely a frivolous, make-believe statement, a pie-in-the-sky fantasy? | I’d put my money on the latter. And I wonder- is there at least ONE ex-cancer sufferer whose healing needs have really been met at Kokolulu, who has been genuinely and fully cured, and who can present documented evidence? | The Hawaii State Department of Health would do well to look into such preposterous, hyped-up medical claims. As for the website’s further statement that “Kokolulu brings Qigong Masters to Hawaii who worked at the medicine-less hospital (Zhineng Qigong Huaxia Centre) as teachers/healers and were trained in this powerful program established in China”: Speaking from my own recent experience, I can affirm that at least one Zhineng Qigong ‘Master’ associated with Kokolulu Farm is an unscrupulous scammer and charlatan who shamelessly lures the unwary to his pathetic and overpriced (he charged me 2900 dollars for his 3-week retreat) retreats. | He also claims to have been trained in China by none other than Dr. Ming Pang, the founder of Zhineng Qigong. Not surprisingly, on his website he dangles the word ‘healing’ lure. Disappointingly, however, the word turned out to be a mere lure; nobody at my retreat was healed- and worse, no healing was even attempted. And as for Kokolulu Farm & Cancer Retreats being a non-profit organization: They’ve got to be kidding. However, let the IRS and the other relevant agencies decide this issue. | That ‘Kokolulu Farm and Qigong Center’ has morphed into ‘Kokolulu Farm and Cancer Retreats’ is no big surprise- the new name is bound to be much more tempting for those tens of thousands of cancer sufferers. Therefore, the new name is also bound to draw in much more money. Beware of Kokolulu! The Farm is not what it’s painted to be!
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