"Ku’ia kahele aka na’au ha’aha’a" -A humble person walks carefully so as not to hurt others. Being an empath in an unfair confrontation is not easy. During confrontation, most people defend themselves and that is enough to keep their inner self safe. However, as an intuitive empath, you feel everyone else's feelings as well as… Continue reading A Lightworker’s way through confrontation
Today I am thinking about pillars. Pillars in the community, pillars in structure, pillars as markers, guidance and pillars of hope. Many lightworkers feel the need to act as a pillar. They offer strength to those who need support or guidance. However, sometimes we aren’t feeling that strong ourselves and it seems a tall order… Continue reading Pillars of strength
In the Hawaiian calendar, the Hilo moon is the new moon and first day of the moon cycle. This moon appears a a faint streak of light. The logic to this moon marking the beginning of the cycle comes from a range of meaning within the word ‘Hilo’. There is an area on the east… Continue reading Hilo (first night) -moon cycle wisdom.
Hilo means “The first moon” Muku means “cut-off” or “end”. The moon is constantly in motion, moving in a circle around the earth. It takes 29/30 days to make a complete orbit. This orbit is known as the moon cycle. From earth, we experience the moon cycle as degrees of illumination provided by the light… Continue reading Hawaiian moon cycle -start and end.
Ancient Hawaiians were master voyagers, using the moon phases to understand the tide. They also used the changing moon to track farming and fishing, producing abundant crops. Along side the practical benefit of observing the moon cycle, they recognised a spiritual synergy. Each night is an new opportunity to look up and take guidance. With… Continue reading Mahina ka pō (Moon Cycle) wisdom
In Hawaiian wisdom, there is a well known story about the bowl of light. As the story goes, each person is born with their own bowl of light. As we travel along our path, we sometimes pick up stones that go into the bowl. Our bowl can become full of stones. However, at any time… Continue reading Bowl of light
'Making right more right, the path.' Among my spiritual friends, lots of them have heard of 'Ho'opono pono'. To them, it's a term that describes forgiveness and self love. It is a useful technique and involves using the phrase, 'I love you, I'm sorry, please forgive me, thank you'. This prayer, said to the self,… Continue reading Ho’opono Pono Ke Ala