The Benefactor’s Books


We will fund a products store at the Cabo Holistic Healing Center.

There, people can buy healing tools, crystals, potions, books and other important items.

The books will include the six Self-Help books the Benefactor has written – shown below.




To review all the books written by David Dakan Allison, click here:


There are endless factors which lead us to not being able to love ourselves 100% and realize vibrant health at any age.


This book will explore the reasons for not having either. We can talk about having a strong “LIFE URGE” and why most people have a sub-conscious “DEATH URGE.” This is because most of us have been abused, in one way or another. Unless you were born into a family with extremely loving and generous parents, who treated you like a saint, most likely you’ve had less than a stellar upbringing. Consider if you had ever been spanked. If so, you can stop right there and tell the truth . . . you too have been abused.

Whatever your rationalization, if you were disciplined as a child with any form of anger, aggression, shouting, cursing, demeaning scolding, spanking, whipping and so on, this reflects the unhealthy “paying their having been abused forward” behavior of the parent or teacher. It’s unacceptable to treat a child this way, and no matter what the outcome years later, any form of abuse for the “child’s good” is always and forever a twisted version of “love.”


If you were the “victim” of a parent or an authority figure abusing you in one way or another before the age of five, a pattern is often established. You have been “taught” and trained that it’s acceptable for people to yelled at you, curse you, put you down and even hit you, because isn’t this the way life is? We often think because my parents “loved” me, they must know where to draw the line between love and abuse. Most often they don’t.

Abuse in the name of love may be cultural but remember, just because generations of your linage or country have accepted hard discipline, it certainly doesn’t make it right. Just because your father whipped you with a belt, it doesn’t make it right or give you permission to do it to your child. The words love and abuse must be separated, and it starts with you.

The Zen of It

What does Zen have to do it?


I sat contemplating the isness of it. 

Asking if is is the”it” of all it is. 

And if  is is it, why is it, we can’t find “it”?

Or understand why search for

 the isness of “it” if it is always it. 

And the Zen student will still ask, what is the isness of”it”?

 “It is” Zen.  “It is” God.  “It is” Love. 


What does Zen, “it,’ have to do with healing? Everything. Zen “is it” balanced and in harmony.  Disease is the ”not it” imbalance and disharmony.


Maybe it took moving to Mexico, to a place where nobody could find me, for me to find Zen balance and harmony. And once I did, I began experiencing great health and well-being. I became strong enough to proclaim, “This is healing. I am it! I am the isness of it! Expressing it. This is me being it.” 


Maybe “it” is the Zen path . . . leading you to a oasis in the desert or to a rock by a flowing stream, or into a lovely cottage, isolated for two years . . . a quiet, peaceful place . . .  to figure out that you’re “it”; simply by being in the wholeness of yourself. In this healthy harmonious balance, I proclaimed myself a Zen Master. I didn’t need another Zen Master to authenticate my inner knowingness, the truth of my being it; my I Am Itness. We each are it when we say we’re it. When we say, “I am that too,” we are.


A friend asked, “Why put a label on yourself? What Zen Master would call himself a Zen Master? Let go of the title and just be.” She’s right. I could do that, but what fun would that be?


As I see it, Zen as we know it has most of “it” backwards. I think the historic elevated Zen Master person makes no sense in the emerging 5th dimensional world. That’s probably the guy she was referring to, since in that old paradigm it doesn’t make sense for me to proclaim myself my friend’s image of a Zen Master. Because of certain requirement? Do I have a temple? No. A Zen Center? No. Do I have published teachings? No. Do I teach people how to sit and meditate? No. Do I offer riddles for students to solve? No. Do I even have any students? No.  Not one!


Do I have any attachments to having or not having any of that shit? No.


All those “ Zen Masters” out there, in their temples or Zen Centers, who have any of what I just mentioned, teachings and students, are attached to their attachments. Zen is all about letting go and having No attachments. I have no attachments. I have Nothing! So, who is the Zen Master here? I only have “it.” I only have  whatever it is I make up in this moment.


Does a sheltered life, a good memory of scripture and chants, and years of repetition make one a Zen Master? That’s debatable. I question if a mind full of information is Zen when they teach that Zen is “Mind Less.”


Zen and the Cabo Holistic Healing Center


As a “healing center” we must consider the benefits of a high frequency environment vs. a low frequency environment that’s filled with fear, pain, suffering and misery. Most hospitals are filled with low frequency patients, and staff, and now in the COVID years are considered dangerous to our health and well-being, our survival. I’m happy to hear that after NESARA they will become obsolete.  Healing Centers like ours will become the new “hospitals.”


At the Cabo Holistic Healing Center Resort, we will create a Zen environment, filled with loving support, positive inspirational  help, lush gardens of peace and harmony – an ambiance of whatever it takes to support holistic healing and happiness. Building and maintaining a beautiful healing environment is what we’ll be all about. Our point is to be the Love of God in Action.









All men and women need to support each other in breaking their silence about abusive harassment and assault. 


Women aren’t alone in this: men have also been sexual harassed and assaulted. In my life, in most of our lives, Mental and Emotional Abuse has been a prevalent, pervasive, and easily dismissed form of harassment – because most of it is condoned by society, and it often begins at birth. 

The parents ignore a baby’s cries, misbehavior of infants and small children is met with spankings and yelling, frustration or anger. Bullying in elementary school is common, while parents and teachers with contrive sets of standards pressure teens and young adults to excel in academics and sports, sometimes to the point of suicide, in order to grow up to live a “normal” life. Relationships and social encounters often fail since we don’t really know how to treat one another. The more sensitive people end up with broken hearts and damaged self-esteem and self-worth. Racial, gender, sexual choice, political or religious prejudices, reprimands at work, and so on, hurt us, and we often take on an ever-hardening shield of armor for protection. The most loving and sensitive souls, those of us who wear our heart on our sleeve, often stand directly in the abusers’ line of fire.

Let’s be in praise of the human Spirit; in our power to change a pattern of abuse, to create the confident life we’ve always wanted: a life of happiness, great health, and the energetic motivation to make our dreams come true, without buying into the “norm,” or being the continuing target practice for Abusers telling us we’re failures, not worthy or good enough, that we’re bad, wrong or less than. 

The opposite of you being abused, is you being loved for who you are, without the outside pressure to be anyone else other than YOU. When we know how to love ourselves fully, when we are confident with why we are here on earth, the natural response to anyone forcing you in any way to submit to their “authority” would be WTF?  “NO!”

This book was written by a kind and gentle sensitive man who recovered from what he took on as abuse. He is now grateful and is ready to help You to own Your power, to heal whatever it is inside of you that has been violated and abused, in order for you to advance into the higher realms of Love.



Week 1


I pause to honor my most precious life.

Zen presents a how to, for me to be still.

Zen suggests I take the opportunity to find my place in the puzzle.

Projecting gratitude, humility, and love illustrates being Zen.

Zen teaches that if nothing is real, only this moment is.

Zen is the awareness that nothing exists except my loving heart.

Zen is the simultaneous awareness of no-thing and every-thing.


Week 2


Zen only has the meaning I give it.

I am not the only fool who would consider a Zen life.

The sound of one hand clapping is a silent riddle with a silent answer.

Zen is an unblemished lemon drop in the shit sewer of life.

 Zen is accepting the wisdom in ignoring what isn’t real.

Zen is knowing the importance of the unknowable whatever.

This moment is my noticing that I’m noticing this moment.

Week One


Promises – Mastery Wisdom


  1.   I promise to be so strong that nothing can disturb my peace of mind.
  1. I promise to talk health, happiness, and prosperity to everyone I meet.
  1. I promise to look at the sunny side of everything and make my optimism come true.
  1. I promise to think only of the best, to work only for the best, and expect only the best.
  1. I promise to be enthusiastic about the success of others as I would be about my own.
  1. I promise to forget the mistakes of the past and press on to greater achievements of the future.
  1. I promise to always wear a cheerful countenance and give every living creature I meet a smile.
  1. I promise to give so much time to the improvement of myself that I have no time to criticize others.
  1. I promise to be too large for worry, too noble for anger, too strong for fear, and so happy to permit the presence of trouble.
  1.   Promises are like crying babies in a theater, they should be carried out at once. Norman Vincent Peale


Week Two


Master’s Wisdom 


  1. 1. It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.
  1. 2. Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all.
  1. 3. No great mind has ever existed without a touch of madness.
  1. 4. Anybody can become angry — that is easy, but to be angry with the right person and to the right degree and at the right time and for the right purpose, and in the right way — that is not within everybody’s power and is not easy.
  1. 5. Excellence is never an accident. It is always the result of high intention, sincere effort, and intelligent execution; it represents the wise choice of many alternatives – choice, not chance, determines your destiny.
  1. 6. Happiness is the meaning and the purpose of life, the whole aim and end of human existence.

7.  We live in deeds, not years; in thoughts, not breaths; in feelings, not in figures on a dial. We should count time by heart throbs. He most lives who thinks most, feels the noblest, acts the best.

8. Dignity does not consist in possessing honors, but in deserving them.

9. The greatest virtues are those which are most useful to other persons.

10. Courage is the first of human qualities because it is the quality which guarantees the others.

Week Three

The Highway Shaman

Zen Master’s Wisdom #1


Endowed with a God inspired Spirit, we can manifest whatever we truly desire.

As the world’s consciousness changes, our altruistic wisdom and skills are needed more than ever.

A wise man is always a step ahead of others in understanding.

Instead of trying to resolve challenging situations with the mind, defer to your heart.

When others are lost in their storm of panic and fear, the wise ones offer a safe harbor of love and harmony.

A balanced life has healthy natural cycles of being happy alone and being happy with others.

Our health and vitality will flourish when we’re aligned with other healthy people who share inspirational thinking.

The people who do not belong in your life are the ones who never really ‘get’ who you are.

  Be the channel through whom truly original ideas, insights, and expressions can come into the world.

Week 1 


I’m grateful to be the one Consciously Aware person in a family that thinks I’m nuts.

I can choose a higher life meaning, such as seeing myself as a Creator God. 

My goal is Self Mastery,
despite the confusion of 3D distractions. 

My failures help me to remember how precious my life is.

 I’m learning about the rewards of spiritual wisdom; by projecting gratitude and love. 

It’s important for me to acknowledge how important I am. 

I am now noticing how often I’ve betrayed my Divinity, with my ignorance.


Week 2 


I deserve the rewards of my personal genius. 100%. 

Today it’s important for me to remember to smile and laugh. 

I own my responsible for all my life experiences, good or bad. 

My awareness evolves as I relax Into accepting my diversity. 

By giving up a fight Ive already lost, I win.

I think. I know, between memories and dreams, only THIS moment is real. 

I am aware of my Divinity; my specialness and I’m never upset for the reason.


Week 3 


I’m happy in this “here and now” moment. 

I’m in an evolutionary process of breaking free, out of all my self-created boxes and cages. 

I’m consciously aware of my breath, breathing in and breathing out. 

The bitter and sweet, by following God within, the bitter disappears.

I’m aware that my awareness of this moment is all that really matters. 

My salvation is in being present and listening, In feeling gratitude and appreciation. 

I’m being called to live my life being fully present in each and every moment.