Kunana ALOHA - Hooponopono Lomi Lomi Massage

HO´OPONOPONO LOMILOMI MASSAGE in der Familientradition von Kumu Alapa´i Der Schlüssel zur Heilung ist die Vergebung. LomiLomi ist mehr als nur eine Massage.

ALOHA - E KOMO MAI

HO´OPONOPONO LOMI LOMI MASSAGE

Tiefgehende Klärung und Entspannung in einem 3-6 stündigen Massageritual

Aloha mai no aloha aku o ka huhu ka mea e ola ole ai - When Love is given, Love naturally abundantly flows back to you

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bedeutet etwas richtig machen, das Gleichgewicht ( Pono ) herzustellen, in Harmonie mit sich selbst, seiner Familie, seiner Umgebung und s

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To all of the women in our lives. Your strength, your wisdom, your kindness, your compassion, your wit, your attitude, your dedication and most of all your presence never goes unnoticed. You are appreciated today and every day. Aloha!

The World Needs Aloha 06/01/2020

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The World Needs Aloha Hawaiian indigenous wisdom has some very important teachings for the whole world at this time

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H E . W A I . O L A ⠀

Life is water ⠀
Water is life ⠀
Life is love⠀
Love is life⠀
Water is love⠀
Love is water⠀
We are water⠀
We are life⠀
We are love⠀
Eternal⠀
Mountains carry water⠀
Mountains carry life⠀
Mountains carry love⠀
Mountains carry you⠀
Mountains carry me⠀
Mountains carry us⠀
Eternal⠀
We stand for mountains⠀
We stand for water⠀
We stand for life⠀
We stand for love⠀
We stand with mountains⠀
We stand with water⠀
We stand with life⠀
We stand with love⠀
Eternal⠀
Kū Kia‘i Mauna⠀
From my heart⠀
P U ‘ U W A I⠀
To yours⠀
From my water⠀
W A I⠀
To yours⠀
From my life force⠀
M A U L I⠀
To yours⠀
From my love⠀
A L O H A⠀
To yours⠀
Aloha ‘Āina⠀
‘Oia‘i‘o⠀
A mau loa⠀
Eternal⠀
He wai Inu⠀
He wai Mana⠀
He wai Ola⠀
E Ola nō⠀
Ea⠀




So deeply moved by this beautiful artistic offering to the sacred waters of Mauna a Wākea by my sister . Truly and profoundly grateful for all the ways you lay down such powerful prayer in your work. Mahalo from my water to your water. ⠀

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Aloha kākahiāka a me kā hauʻōli aloha Pō’alīma. E hōʻomaikāʻi mai ke ʻĀkua ʻiā ʻoe i kēia lā a me nā mānawa a pau. ʻŌ kā maluhīa nō me ʻoe.

Good morning and Happy aloha Friday. May God Bless you all today and always. Peace be with you.

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Words can cut, they have energy, they have mana. Our ancestors teach us, “he mana ko ka ‘ōlelo.” Words have power. When I was younger, I forgot this. I fell into what society teaches young people especially young women - to talk about one another, to judge, to criticize, to be cruel. I hurt people with my young blazing fire. I didn’t think before I spoke and that had repercussions. I hurt people with my words and with my anger and my lack of knowledge and experience. My ego was out of control. When I was in high school and college I had a lot to say and not enough life experience to back it up. I had to own up to that. To apologize from my heart. To make right. As I get older I see how important mindfulness is. How important it is to come in a good way especially when I don’t understand something or someone’s perspective. How important it is to come with openness, respect, and grace. Humility is a beautiful teacher. My mother teaches me that. My Grandmother teaches me that. My Aunties teach me that. Now before I speak, I think about the mana of my words. Will these words bring honor to my family? Will my opinions and perspectives feed and nourish connections? Will my words invite conversation? Will they bring unity or separation? I ask myself these questions often. I’m still learning. I’m still growing. I’m still correcting thought patterns and learned ways of being. It has taken me long time to forgive myself. To have grace for myself. To love myself. It has taken me a long time to stand strong in my own mana. In the mana that was passed down to me by those who gave me life. The mountain teaches me how to be unshakable. How to stand pa’a no matter how strong the wind blows. Today I had to call on that strength. I wailed to sky. I leaned in to the hurt and the pain. Then I cracked open and let love in. I let love in. I let love in. And tonight I tend to my heart. Tomorrow we rise again. Like a mighty wave.

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P**e Ho'ola 'Āina - A Prayer To Heal The Earth

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On The Roam - "We are Mauna Kea"

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Hawaii Film Crew Supports The Protector of Maunakea!!!!

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The Ancient Hawaiian Art of Bark Cloth

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A call to action to all nations around the world to post videos and pictures with a sign of support of our mountain movement to Protect Mauna Kea. Please use the hashtags below and tag . Aloha ‘Āina!

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13/05/2019

Hau’oli La Makuahine!!!!
Here is a chant for the mother. All mothers who have been and will be and our Mother Earth. By Kumu Keala Ching

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Hau'oli La Makuahine.. Happy Mothers Day!!

09/05/2019

SEVEN REASONS WHY SHAMANISM IS DIFFERENT FROM NATIVE AMERICAN/FIRST NATIONS SPIRITUALITY. I just returned from an energy medicine/psychology conference during which many Euro-American presenters and practitioners either discussed shamanism or believed they were "shamans" and included this designation in their conference brochure bios. Some incorporated Native American/First Nations terminology into their energy psychology seminars-- using words like "Aho", "Mitakuye Oyasin", "Four Winds", and so on. My wife Grace (who also attended the conference) and I raised objections to this appropriation numerous times and probably got a reputation as "trouble makers."

The assumption that "core shamanism" (a la Michael Harner) is the same as Native American wisdom is wrong on so many fronts. Here are some: 1. Shamanism is a culture- specific term that refers to spiritual practitioners in Siberia. Anthropological and New Age use of the term shamanism creates an impression of a generic, homogenized indigenous culture or spirituality, a strategy used by the U.S. and Canadian governments (and others) to lump diverse people together and dis-respect unique cultures and requirements for cultural survival. We are NOT All One! 2. Native American healers are accountable to traditional elders and communities and follow traditional ethics (including not charging money for healing or ceremonies). 3. If "shaman" means "medicine man/woman" (which it doesn't), then the term shouldn't be used in reference to oneself. It is an honorific conferred by First Peoples in recognition of one's wisdom and service. 4. There is no institutional "certification" for a Native American traditional healer. 5. Unlike "shamanism", Native American spirituality is not learned in books or seminars; it is a way of life, modeled by elders and wisdom keepers. 6. These same American "shamans" romanticize indigenous cultures, have little or no awareness of history or threats to Native American land and life. They pick up bits and pieces as convenient, but are not living it in daily life or protesting against the continuing injustices/abuses of colonialism. 7. In general, based on my personal observation, Euro-American shamans have the same level of misunderstanding and stereotyping of Native American people as non-shamans. Native people are portrayed as noble when it suits the shamans' needs and boosts status (and income) among their New Age colleagues and students. But they are dismissed as primitive or "savage" when confronted with the reality of the spiritual realm and powers that can heal or harm. The pseudo-shamans ignorantly proclaim, "Oh, these are only symbols, metaphors, or archetypes." (Image below of a Siberian shaman drumming at sunrise.) Respectfully, Ken Cohen

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