Alohair Diary

Mahalo Hawaii!

"Mahalo" is a Hawaiian word meaning thanks, gratitude, admiration, praise, esteem, regards, or respects. Following the extraordinary week I have experienced, I’d like to start by giving thanks and gratitude to everyone involved in the events up on Mauna Kea. I feel the intense pain of the Hawaiian people. The pain for their land, their ancestors and deities. The… Continue reading Mahalo Hawaii!

Hawaiian wisdom

A Lightworker’s way through confrontation

"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

Hawaiian wisdom

Hawaiian moon cycle -start and end.

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.

Hawaiian wisdom

Mahina ka pō (Moon Cycle) wisdom

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