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7/8 Connect with Nature Spirits to Tend the Earth

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We call nature spirits by many names — fairies, devas, elves, forest guardians, and forest angels. Some people refer to them as the little people or the hidden folk. The hidden folk are recognized by people all over the world. Menehune are the mythological dwarf people in Hawaiian tradition who are said to live in forests and valleys of the Hawaiian Islands, mostly hidden and far away from humans. Over the past 15 years, I

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6/28 Yoga as Self-Renewal | FREE CLASS

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Aloha, Beautiful Spirits! Yoga is yoga, right? If you take 15 minutes or an hour and do Yoga, you are refreshed. Yes, and …not all yoga is equally refreshing for everyone. There are so many kinds of yoga to choose from, and each of them is a work of art, just as every human being is a work of art, an evolving process of intention, creativity, and insight. At heart, Yoga is the art of

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6/4 Awakening our True Nature | June 5 Free Event

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When we heal our roots, we discover the rhythms of Nature and Spirit deep within our spines and radiating into every pulsing, living cell. We sense new possibilities for our future. We realize, like Hafiz, that “All the world’s movements, apparent chaos, and suffering I now know happen in the Splendid Unison: Our tambourines are striking the same thigh.” The healing of our roots is at the heart of our work to recover and realign

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6/1 Losing Yourself to Find Yourself | Soul Blessings

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Aloha, Wise Beings! The morning rains had bathed the atmosphere in rich golden hues on the day I went to a spiritual center to give a talk several weeks ago. Everything had that earthy scent that comes after a fresh shower. After my talk, a young woman I knew walked me to my car and said, “Can I ask a question?” “Please do,” I said. “And thank you for asking.” “I feel like I need

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5/3 THE JOY OF BEING PONO | MAY EVENTS

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Aloha, Noble Friends, Podners, and Cultural Creatives! Honoring the land, teachings, and communities of Hawaii this May, I’d like to share what the Kahuna Nui Hale Kealohalani Makua said were the most important rules for living a pono life. The three kapu, or sacred vows, of the Spiritual Warrior, he said, are needed for clarity, balance, health, and abundance. Whether you’ve never heard them before, or this reminder comes at an auspicious time, Hale Makua’s

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4/21 Lovegram to the Earth | A Sacred Vow

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Fragile things and people can be hurt. Tribalism too drains others of self-worth, But finding our kin in everything, Restores us as saints, shape-shifters, Singers and ants, all bonded in Earth, Welcoming the rebirth. So find your light, hear the soul note. Raise the love vibe in your silky throat. Don’t worry what others said or did Don’t let them get your goat. For you have power and holy threads, Just sew yourself a new

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4/9 Last Call | Yoga for Spirit Online | April 10th

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Do you want to go back to business-as-usual when the pandemic ends? Would you like to build on the empowerment you’ve earned through the last year, doing your best to protect others, nourish yourself, and heal our beloved Earth? If harmonizing who you really are, living up to your full potential, serving our planet’s healing, and rejuvenating body, mind, and Soul sound good to you, please join the online Yoga in the Spirit Worlds class

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3/30 Sign up now for the FREE Yoga Adventure

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Dear Noble Friend! Did you know that spiritual practice is a way to evolve every facet of life? Whether you are a seasoned meditator, a flexible yogi, or an award-winning artist, the deep heart of your Soul can be more open. YOUR LIFE CAN BE MORE FULFILLING. Unwinding misperceptions through physical, subtle, and intentional movement, sound, and visualization returns you to your True Self. It raises your vibration and polishes your natural radiance, so you

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3/28 FIND YOUR SWEET SPOT | The Young Man in the Grey Hoodie

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Aloha, Friends! He was a boyish 20-something, wearing a grey hoodie and black pants, with broken headphones in his hand, which hung down to scratch against the concrete as he ambled. I stood watching the zoned-out young man wander around our driveway looking for something we couldn’t see. His hands, feet, and eyes circled aimlessly in what some call the “meth shuffle.” Unresponsive to my requests asking if he needed help, he circled going nowhere,

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3/18 Hawaiian Elders' Equinox Ceremony | Pilgrimage to the Sky:

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Honoring Mauna Kea Kuahiwi Kūha‘oi ka Mālie: Mountain Standing Alone in the Calm The Summit Pu’u Wēkiu, Sunrise, Fall Equinox, 2011 Shimmering in the first light of morning at the top of the world, the sun paints brilliant shades of red, orange, pink and gold on the mountain, igniting the tallest pu’u in all of Oceania, Wēkiu Peak, before cascading down the slopes of Mauna Kea and merging into the ‘āina. This color phenomenon atop

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