Hauʻōli lā Pōʻakāhi

Aloha kākou a Hauʻōli lā Pōʻakāhi. Ī lā nāni nōu. Ō kā maluhia nō me ʻoe.
Greetings and a Happy Monday to you all. Have a beautiful day. Peace be with you.
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Meditation Exercise:  New Pleiadian Essential Daily Practices SOLARA AN-RA 

For those of you who have been using the first version and are interested in the changes, here is a summary of them:

1. After calling the column of Light, you watch it moving down into the body of Earth, to ensure that you are being vertically connected downwards as well as upwards.

2. You open the Cosmic and Earth Star portals BEFORE sending your grounding cord down. This makes an amazing difference to peoples experience of grounding!

3. Men and women both send the grounding cord from the second chakra down through the root into the core crystal. My guidance is that this is now appropriate for both men and women as we integrate our inner divine masculine and feminine and become more like each other.

4. There is a new step – calling unconditional love from yourself to yourself to open the heart chakra.

5. You ask for the 12 strands of DNA and 12 chakras to be reconnected in the same command. This brings awareness to how the 2 processes are assisting each other in our reconnection.

6. Chanting OM NYALIMAN SHANTI is on a separate track, with more explanation on how to use the mantra effectively.

Polynesian Mythology – Myth Encyclopedia – god, legend, war, world, creation, life, hero, people, children

Polynesia is a vast region of the Pacific Ocean consisting of many hundreds of widely separated, culturally and politically diverse island groups. Ranging from Midway and Hawaii in the north to New Zealand in the south, the triangular area called Polynesia also includes Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Tuamotu, the Cook Islands, and the Pitcairn Islands. Although the mythology of Polynesia took different forms on various islands, many of the basic stories, themes, and deities were surprisingly similar throughout the region.  […]

Source: Polynesian Mythology – Myth Encyclopedia – god, legend, war, world, creation, life, hero, people, children