The Secrets and Mysteries of Hawaii - The Symptoms of Aloha or Inner Peace and Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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The Symptoms of Aloha or Inner Peace and Epilogue Summary and Analysis

Those who come to Hawaii are battle weary from the struggles of everyday life and vulnerable to the infection of transformation. The individual will experience the revitalizing energies and will notice a change in his behavior. He will act more spontaneously and enjoy life more. There will be less interest in conflict or being critical. He will lose the attitude of being a victim. If the individual is receptive to the energies, he will experience their revitalizing and healing powers.

In the Epilogue, Pila states that the point we are heading for is not new. We are coming full circle to a familiar point, but things will be viewed from a different angle. The result, for those who don't resist, can be the re-establishment of...

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