LA HUI - Calling for Light bearers Apprentice to ascend.
NOVEMBER 4-13, 2019
Where: Lomilomi Hale
13-1176 Kahukai Street
Pahoa, HI 96778 Map
$2350.00 Includes workshop and Dorm Style Housing with room for 6-8 people.
If you plan on finding your own accommodation the price will be $2050.00
Non-refundable deposit of $500 is required.
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lifestyle of Lomi Lomi healing and teaching is supported and fed by your rooted
Being a light bearer of Lomi Lomi medicine is to have achieved mastery over the
skills, tools, and thought processes that manifest the opportunity for
receivers to receive the love of light to heal. ahu Hui is a group of 10
to 14, who will meet to give themselves the space of shared intention
achieving Self Mastery with the tools, thought processes, and skills of
Emancipation of the vow bone washing shape shifting with thought processes Ha
Breath Medicine Applications for the authority of your soul Sound as medicine
skill building for activating healing paradigms: creating space,
reflection, unification and trance states of grace. Tri-unity energy to break
polarity belief systems Generating inclusiveness Defining and shaping the
energy of your thoughts
Sila and I With lots of help and helpers are creating a cluster of
ascending apprentice achieving awareness of creating their own reality. There
are only 14 spaces available. Mastery of this Work requires sequestered
incubation. It is a residential program . Because there are only so
many seats at this Gathering, there is a pre-course interview before a deposit
is accepted. Interviews may be scheduled by email or phone. Please read
"Wise Secrets of Aloha" before applying.
Harry Uhane Jim.
HO'OPONOPONO November 23, 2019
13-1176 Kahukai Street Pahoa, Hawaii 96778
Cost: $45 Time: 11:00 to 5:00
is an ancient tradition of creating balance and harmony in the
relationship among your three selves—the union of the evolving
selves of your past, present and future--your Identity. Holding the
beginning of you and the infinite of you at the same time—the whole of
you. As a sensation, it's the moment of standing on a surfboard pa’a
with the fluidity of the water element and in communion
with the energy that is the force of the wave. It’s pono. Rightful.
is not a religion; it’s a spiritual practice. While forgiving and
reconciliation is a set of skills from ho’oponopono, the
vast and timeless expression is to remain in alignment with the
agreement humanity committed to at the beginning of time.
At that crack of the first dawn
in this new universe of Male and Female--spark and space, Ku and Hina—we
stood before the creators of this new infinite, and proclaimed “I am
IN.” We had all come from other universes for
opportunity of being in a universe where discovery rules and "what if?"
motivates. We became a fabric of light, each of us holding a thread of
intention and together weaving the story of love prevailing all trauma.
We accepted responsibility for our unique capacity to transmute
energy into positive energy, and we committed to forever learning how
to co-create manifesting love from nothingness and space.
most lucky Hawaiians, I got my ho’oponopono from my Grandpa, Harry
Uhane Ekau Jim, of the Kaimikaua ‘ohana of Maui and Molokai. I
also had TuTu Moki Mano’i, ‘ohana of Kalaheo, Kauai. They were my
babysitters. Dad and Mom both worked back in the early 60s all the time,
so on summer off and Catholic school holidays, I
was entrusted to their company and entertainment! They challenged me by sharing skills men have…setting bird traps,
cleaning lohi, working the taro in Hanapepe, and collecting medicine plants at the old heiau, our sacred spaces.
men used that word, ho’oponopono….It’s become a catch-all concept
representing the missing cultural behavior of the colonizers—the
relationship skills to create safe change. Some Hawaiians knew this
form of ho’oponopono as closing a circle while staying in your own
men held Ku-Hina as their whispered lineage. The universe is made of
two, the spark of male and the space of female. All life,
all vibration--everything--is in this truth. Grandpa and Tutu Moki were
both Mormon, and both shared lives, at different times, with Catholic
women. They spoke of a big difference between their religion and their
spiritual practice. With sweet humor, Grandpa
explained it this way:
on a hike to the top of hill. A park, rest, and view. There, on a huge
round flat rock, was this old man. Half his teeth, nearly
half his youthful size, not much of his hair, and childishly laughing
straight at me. ‘What’s the difference between a spiritual man and a
religious man?' he poked with a strong voice! I gave him a solid ‘I
don’t know!' ‘Ha ha,' he said. ‘A religious man
works his life to avoid hell. A spiritual man has been there, done
that, and moved on.'”
Moki was lame from his left leg--the “Pearl Harbor war.” Undaunted, he
used a stick to go slow and all over the forest. He was
a still man. Uncle Mano’i, as he was known, had a story about Hawaii's
first mother and father.
the island of Kauai, on the southwestern rim of the Lihue Depression is
Mount Kahili, a huge peak with a flat field about 70 yards
wide at the top. It is here that the first man and woman lived. They
too had lived in a heaven on earth, but unlike Adam and Eve they were
not chased out for unworthiness. They decided to leave Eden to explore
the unknown. Ku and Hina were clear that nothing
would follow them out of heaven—no animal, no plant, no bird, no
insect. Everything was already in heaven outside. Together, they seeded
breath connects us and brings us love in our relationships with
all. Aunty Margaret Machado said Aloha means “the Breath of God
is in our presence.” Finding our common source of harmony can afford
your Identity safe change, purposeful orbit of service transmuting
negative into positive and engaging Aloha’s Illumination. May we
all share Ho’oponopono: love prevails all trauma.
Enter into the realm of
Lomilomi, the traditional Hawaiian Approach to bodywork.Lomilomi holds
the premise that body, mind and spirit (trinity) participate in its
evolution - healing. The work creates a temple…a sacred space... a connecting space... A safe space place for the body’s consciousness (the emotional body). Access for support and communication to the emotional body is in the HA - the breath. The opportunity for healing is the convergence of time, space, and will. It is incidental, coincidental, and serendipitous. Lomilomi grants portal to this Process. We are empowered by and centered on authenticity, creating the momentum of ease and grace to navigate healing.
WASHING - cleaning the skin of the bone (periosteum), causing the
release of memory and corresponding physical and emotional pain. PO’O (head) -- clearing binds on the cranial bones to accommodate movement of skull in rhythm with the breath. CREATION OF SPACE - causing space in the body using gravity and breath. MANIFESTING - traditional healing technique to active prayer using “prepare, perceive and procreate.” HA ( breath) - combining the skills of bone washing and breath coaching we are tooled to heal towards freedom from constriction. LAULIMA- We will learn by doing “laying of hands” an ancient Hawaiian healing practice in which everybody is enough, everyone participates. We gather in a cluster of like-minded healers holding the common intention for one person’s well being. E’ KOMO MAI Come connect with your power to heal!
REFUND POLICY ~
for all workshops with Halau Uhane
All Deposits are non refundable
~ APPLICABLE CREDITS ~
If you cancel before 30 days of the event.
1) a 50%
credit can be applied to any future events or personal
2) All deposits and tuition credits are transferable to
friends or family for personal sessions or training with Halau Uhane
If canceling last minute no credits or refunds of any kind will be given. 20 days or less.
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