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Tadashi Kanzawa turned heads when he climbed the fence and starting walking towards the bulls. The owner himself had never dared because he knew if the bulls decided to attack he would never make it back in one piece, but Kanzawa was different, he knew something the others didn't. Approaching the buffalo Kanzawa raised his hand slowly and began waving it back and forth: an act people feared would startle the large instinctual animals. However, one by one, the dangerous buffalo entered into deep relaxation and lowered to the ground; Kanzawa then freely walked out of the enclosure.
This unexplainable feat wasn't new for Kanzawa. Besides being featured on the History Channel's series Stan Lee's Super Humans, Tadashi Kanzawa has been traveling and demonstrating his abilities to audiences around the world. He has demonstrated on elephants, rhinos, tigers, lions, hippos, and many other animals. At one point he was decorated a tribal shaman in Africa.
Every "supernatural" occurrence with the animals actually served a greater purpose: fortifying an understanding of healing. Tadashi was healing these animals and removing their instinctual state of "fight or flight," rendering them relaxed and sleepy.
It is the innate healing capacity humans have forgotten that Tadashi Kanzawa is truly fascinated with and has spent his years understanding and refining. The Study of Kiryo documents Tadashi Kanzawa's understanding and methods for healing illness and injury in response to a modern world riddled with disease and illness.