The Value of Life – By Kishan Takahashi

We live in a wonderfully diverse world filled with individuals, each with their own unique personality, ideas and values. Some people value money, others maybe their family, the world of art, or their personal belongings. I, myself value life, and the lives of others.


Being a Healer for over 2 decades I’ve also worked in a hospital for the past 20 years in a caring profession, all too often I am faced with unfortunate people experiencing loss. It is sad how as a society, some of us don’t appreciate or value what we have until it’s gone. I have come to realise that all too often, people take their body, health and life for granted, and when something goes wrong they wonder “why me?”


When we are incapacitated, and loose our sight, taste, smell, use of limbs, or are diagnosed with a chronic condition, then and only then, we start reflecting on what we really value. We pine for the opportunities missed to do the things that really matter. The same can be said for the family members of those who are taken by illness.


I remember once magically caring for an elderly gentleman who was blind, after helping him with a wash this I did with dignity, and feeding him whilst making him laugh and then transporting him to happier memories with music of his period from my phone, and getting to know him, I asked him what he would do if he could have his sight back. He thought about it, and replied “I’d run outside and look at the trees, because I didn’t appreciate them when I could see.”


In the UK, and possibly for most of the developed world, many live in a fast society, a throw-away society filled with want and greed. We expect more, yet forget to see and appreciate what we already have. I have tried to help people in need of work only to be met with responses like “I wouldn’t get up for that!” In my youth (not too long ago, I like to think!), people were honoured to be offered any opportunity for work and valued the future prospects of hard work. If we don’t value what we have in the present, how can we ever appreciate the value of what’s to come?


Are we actually ready for more? I guess we are all on our own journey in life.


I try to get my patients to simply breathe, sense, and just be in the moment. Fun and laughter is the magical ingredient to a wholly soulful balanced life! Value everything you can see, feel, touch, smell, create and give.


Kishan Takahashi Healer
South Wales UK

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This article was written by Kishan Takahashi

I have been a Healer for over 20 years, people have come to the City of Newport in South Wales UK with all manner of illnesses to see me, patients include; Therapists, Healers, Mediums, Drs, Surgeons, Professors, Politicians and Religious leaders many from all over the world. I am Qualified in Therapies and Treatments such as; Psychic Surgery, Crystal, Spiritual, Reiki Healing, Mediumship and or Homeopathy, One or more may be given when a patient comes for help. I work on the Several Body-system not just the one Physical (Etheric) body. These layers of the body have to be treated, each one being just as important as the next layer. Clearing and taking away the blocks within that field of energy, has to be achieved before we can bring a patient back to the point of homeostasis, fully restoring the vitality and health of the individual. I also work in a hospital part time and during my breaks there staff come from all over the hospital for Healing. Based in a Emergency Department where I work with Nurses, Domestics, Consultants, Pharmacists, Surgeons and even Managers they all ask for help. One day a Consultant said to me "Yes they need to believe in it", after much thought I disagree with that because I've gone back and asked them about how they feel, even after years from even 1 healing. Also I found that with more than 80% of The Healing's I'd done in work most had no idea that they would feel a difference that quick let alone feel anything at all. Luckily I see these people every day and they still can't understand how it is that they are still free of those symptoms they had before the healing? But they did give me Permission/Consent and actually ask me to try and help. Working in a very busy chaotic Emergency Department where they get very little time to believe in, ask or try anything different is a testimonial within its self, if what I did was a placebo or belief system, the odds of it working there would be quite slim- don't you think? I counted an average of 80 healings a month, during my break time on staff with; Chronic Back pain, Stiff necks, Knee pain, Exhaustion, Inflammation, Period pains, Migraines, Headaches, Old injuries, Ganglions, Heal and feet problems, Palpitations and Anxiety. Emotional traumatic upsets, Bullying, Depression, Shortness-of-breath during chest infections. All of the above which has been helped in most staff members. Duration of the Healing's varies since it can takes minutes. This is when I realised I was working with the Angelic Realm The longest Healing I've done over the last few years on my colleagues was 6 min. And the fastest was 20 sec! The 20 sec healing was on a friend I work with and I wiped, cleaned and balanced the 2nd Auric Body (The Emotional Auric Body). When I asked her what she felt during the healing she explained - "It was like I was thrown outside my front door in the cold winter day with no cloths on, suddenly quite cold, then I came back into the warm house, but it was all a good feeling". Not everyone can be helped, however if a patient is chronically ill and has suffered most of their life. And have tried most other orthodox, allopathic treatments, then a better quality of life is possible. Kishan Takahashi Homeopathic Consultant, Psychic Surgeon and Reiki Grand Master. South Wales UK


Comments (21)
  1. susanj53 says - Posted: July 4, 2015

    Lovely words straight from the heart we can all take and learn a lot from them thank you

  2. Mary Sander says - Posted: July 6, 2015

    Very well written and thought provoking article. The accent being on looking deeper into ourselves and concentrate on what is truly important.

  3. Melanie Lazarou says - Posted: July 7, 2015

    So much of your article rings true for so many.
    I can totally empathise with all the meaningful sentiments expressed here kishan.If only more people could take on board your inspirational thoughts, They would surely transform lives for the better
    Melanie x

  4. gmjames21 says - Posted: July 7, 2015

    Beautifully written Kishan, you’re such a lovely soul 🙂 x

    • Kishan Takahashi says - Posted: July 13, 2015

      I’m honoured thank you and like wise Gmjames may your day be awesome and thank you for the kind words.

  5. aamnaiqbal says - Posted: July 7, 2015

    Really lovely article Kish, quite heart warming. Helps to put things in perspective, thanks!

  6. Linda Lang says - Posted: July 8, 2015

    Thank you for this Kishan. I totally agree… sadly most people are too busy to appreciate life and the gift that it is.

  7. melanie says - Posted: July 8, 2015

    So much of your article rings true for so many.I can totally empathise with all the meaningful sentiments expressed here kishan.Having gone through a tramatic and near death experience, I for one see an appriciate life, things an see the beauty in all around..especially trees,people etc.
    If only more people could take on board your inspirational thoughts. Then it would surely transform lives for the better. Thankyou really loved this article.

  8. Kishan Takahashi says - Posted: July 13, 2015

    Thank you Melanie for taking the time to express that, yes I feel we are very fortunate even when we feel we are not.
    Thank you so much.

  9. Danielle says - Posted: July 14, 2015

    Wonderful perspective Kishan! I worked in a hospital while completing my schooling and its tough to keep perspective and to give truly personal care when you are on the run with soo many in need of care, I love that you were able to spend such wonderful time with your patient and to learn such a beautiful lesson 🙂

    • Kishan Takahashi says - Posted: July 25, 2015

      Thank you Danielle Im very fortunate to be able to share such experiences and live them.
      We have much to be thankful for, we just dont see it some times when theres so much going on around us.
      I try to always remember this when I’m working, not easy in a very busy environment.

  10. Angela Cox says - Posted: July 26, 2015

    The Value of Life, Congratulations on a beautifully written article. Lovely way to start the day on a very wet Sunday morning certainly makes you think about life.
    Thank you Kishan for sharing that!
    Love and Light

    • Kishan Takahashi says - Posted: September 11, 2018

      My pleasure and thank you for taking the time to read it.
      ❤️ From South Wales Uk

  11. Marie Elena says - Posted: September 4, 2018

    I am a late bloomer reading this Kishan yet it is very touching. I have worked with the elderly as well and losing sight is devastating. It really hit my heart when you told us this man wanted to see the trees again, and he did not appreciate them before. I will go out tomorrow and appreciate those beautiful trees more than ever as they are some of my favorites. Thank you.

  12. Kishan Takahashi says - Posted: September 11, 2018

    Thank you for your kind words, and sharing your experience of caring for others.
    I loved looking after people when I was a nurse in hospital, I do miss this part of my life however now I treat heal and give back life so that’s another chapter in this journey I’m on.
    Blessings from South Wales UK Marie ❤️

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