Aloha kākahiāka e Hau’oli lā Po’akolu kakou. No ko ianei manao ia oukou a pau i ka Āiwa lā. O ka maluhia no me ‘oe.
Good morning and Happy Wednesday, everyone. I wish you all a fantastic day. Peace be with you.
Aloha kakou a aloha kakahiaka. Mohala i ka wai ka maka o ka pua. Hoihoi keia nani lā na hoaloha.
Hello everyone and good morning. Unfolded by the water are the faces of the flower … As water gives life to the pua (flower), water gives life to us. Enjoy this beautiful day, friends.
The first step toward healing is one of Honest Self-Analysis, self-inventory, self-inquiry. (Ernest Holmes, Science of the Mind, at 248.)
Forgiveness is not always easy. To forgive the one that wounded your heart, at times, feels more painful than any physical wound suffered. Unfortunately, most of us (stubbornly?) refuse to clear the emotional blocks created. And yet, there is no peace without forgiveness. So, most of us are stuck and can’t seem to achieve that positive spin of acceptance through which the Law of Attraction operates most favorably Therefore, the answer for many of us must be to embrace forgiveness in order to receive abundance.
The Ancient Hawaiians personified the caring of one’s spiritual health as a polished hand-carved Koa bowl given to a child before the age of five. Each person carries their Spiritual Greatness reflected within that bowl. This light, which is reinforced by the light-life energies of the Ancestors, light the path ahead of you.
However, your Bowl of Light isn’t always light and clear. At times, the light reflected from your bowl can become obstructed by stones that land inside it as you go about your life’s journey. Each time a bad word is uttered, whether from your mouth or from another’s, each time a bad act is committed, whether by you or against you by another, leaves a rock inside your bowl. In time, the bowl becomes dull and heavy to carry. Also imagine that most stones, or negative memories, are received by the soul in the womb of the mother. Every hurtful, stressful, abusive emotional injury that happens to the mother during pregnancy places a scar (a samsara moment, or character tendencies), or spiritual test, or karmic lesson to be learned in this lifetime, on the soul of the child. And, that child’s walk up the mountain of life is burdened with those stones in its sacred bowl of light until he or she learns how to huli – turn over — the bowl to empty them out.
All people climb the same Mountain. The Mountain, however, has many pathways, each with a different view. A person knows and understands only what he sees from his own pathway, from where he is standing on the mountain. As he moves up the mountain of life, his view changes. Only when he reaches the top of the mountain will he begin to see and understand the diverse views of mankind. But, who among us has reached the top of the mountain? How is it possible when the Bowl we carry has become so very heavy?
These are some of the stones in the sacred bowl of light that must be released through ancient ceremonial ways. Ancient Hawaiians trained their young in witness consciousness as a way of learning to see clearly with awareness and awakened consciousness … without judgments, opinions, expectations, “should’s” and limited understanding … of what you think that you are looking at. This allows one to walk awake and always connected to the voice of the ancestors, to shine light on what one witnesses from deep within the na’au (heart). The Ancient Hawaiians understood that the MIND is your First Weapon to defeating victim consciousness. It must be polished and disciplined to persist. Thus, your mind is either your best friend or your worst enemy. The Power that unleashes the opportunities brought by the Law of Attraction is Within YOU!!! Change Your Thinking and Change Your Life.
Forgiveness affirmations are the most thorough way of evoking these cleansing energies.
Tomorrow, we, too, will see a different view. We have not finished growing. We address the spiritual dynamics of human relations and the goal of transformation and healing the hearts of humanity, including intergenerational trauma, right now through the act of forgiveness.
Walk into this Now with a clean sacred bowl of light, as an awakened spiritual being here for a human experience, and not a human being here for a spiritual experience. Let go of all victim consciousness and blame … that was just a bad dream of separation. There are no accidents. Everything happens for righteous cause. This is the experience called the play of consciousness!
I recommend five to fifiteen minutes of daily forgiveness meditation before you go to bed as spiritual practice. This cleans your Sacred Bowl of Light which, in turn, cleanses your creative power that magnetizes your life spark, which in turn, harmonizes you with the Law of Attraction and increases abundance in your life.
May you awaken with opportunities for Abundance knocking at your door. Aloha e malama pono kakou.
O Lord of the Universe,
All Our Family Members,
All Our Relationships,
All Our Ancestors and
All Their Relationships
Back Through All Time,
Through All Of Our Lives,
Please Assist us all
Be Forgiven, and
Forgive all Ourselves
Completely and Totally,
Now And Forever.
I Bless This Day and
Give Thanks For My Life
I Forgive Completely
All People Who Have Hurt Me
(Repeat 3 Times)
I Ask All People I Have Hurt
To Please Forgive Me
(Repeat 3 Times)
I Apologize To Myself For My Wrongs
To Myself and
My Wrongs To Others
(Repeat 3 Times)
I Apologize For All My Hurts Or Wrongs
To All Life Forms
(Repeat 3 Times)
I Apologize For All My Hurts Or Wrongs
To The Earth And The Life Of The Earth
(Repeat 3 Times)
With This Release, Freedom, Peace, Power and New Life,
I Bless All Creation In The Entire Universe
And I Fill The Entire Universe With My Love
I Love And Bless The Earth,
All Life, And All Humanity
I Love, Bless, And Respect,
The Visible, And The Invisible
I Rejoice And Give Thanks
For My New Life, Power, And Health,
And Give Complete Blessings And Love
To All Life And All Creations, Always.
And so It Is.
Maikāʻi kākahiāka a pau e hauʻoli aloha Lāʻpūle. I ka pomaika’i o ka lā a māke poīna e māliu ʻoluʻolu i ka mea i keīa lā. Aloha e hele i ka lōʻihi ala! Lilo i hana loaʻa ia oūkou kuapuʻu lā. O ka maluhia no me ‘oe.
Good morning and a Happy Aloha Sunday! Have a blessed day and be sure to smile at someone today. Your Aloha goes a long way, so be a good example. Peace be with you.
Ka hopena pule, ua ʻaneʻi pela ke hoike nei i kekahi leʻaleʻa i loko o ka lā me ka ‘ohana a me nā hoa aloha. Hoihoi aloha ‘auina Po kakou …
The weekend is here so let’s have some fun in the sun with family and friends. Enjoy your evening, everyone …
Aloha mai a Hauʻoli Aloha Pōʻakolu kākou. Ōla Aloha, Ē Aloha, Pūʻu Aloha, Hanu ke aloha. ʻUa maika’i no keīa lā kākou. Ō ka maluhia no me ʻoe.
Greetings everyone and Happy Aloha Wednesday Everyone. Live aloha, Be Aloha, share aloha, breathe aloha. Have a nice day, everyone. Peace be with you.
Welina mai e nā hoa ē a hau’ōli alōha Po’alua! Ō kā maluhia no me oe.
Warmest greetings to you, Friends, and a happy aloha Tuesday! Peace be with you.
Alōha kākahiaka kākou e hau’ōli aloha La’pule. E piha keīa lā mea ke aloha a me kā pono. Hōʻokuʻu ōla ʻole Lōkahi. Ō kā maluhia no me oe.
Good morning to you all and a Happy Aloha Sunday. May Your Day be Filled with Love and Goodness. Let’s live in Harmony. Peace be with you.
Welina mai e nā hoa ē a hau’ōli alōha Po’aono! I Hopenapule maika’i oukou. Ō kā maluhia no me oe.
Warmest greetings to you, Friends, and a happy aloha Saturday! Have a nice weekend everyone. Peace be with you.
Aloha āwakea ōukou a me Hau’oli Aloha Pō’alima. Ī Hopenapule āwaiwa nōu ōukou. Ō ka maluhia no me ʻoe.
Good day everyone and Happy Aloha Friday. Have a fantastic weekend everyone. Peace be with you.
“Whatever emotion arises that may destabilize me, I breathe into it. As I observe the sensations in my body that this emotion causes, I become aware of it diminishing in intensity, and passing away.”
Aloha kākahiāka oūkou a hau’oli lā Pō’aha. Mahele nā makana ke aloha iā oūkou. Ō kā maluhia no me ‘oe.
Good morning and Happy Thursday, everyone. Share the gift of Aloha with all. Peace be with you.
This show explores the bloody history of the beautiful Hawaiian Islands and learns about the bloody hand to hand combat techniques and vicious weaponry (like shark tooth clubs) of the Hawaiian warriors. He also reenacts the tactics that King Kamehameha the Great used in his crushing victory at Battle of Nu’uanu Cliffs.
The Battle of Nuʻuanu (Hawaiian: Kalelekaʻanae; lit. the leaping mullet), fought in May 1795 on the southern part of the island of Oʻahu, was a key battle in the final days of King Kamehameha I’s wars to unify the Hawaiian Islands. It is known in the Hawaiian language as Kalelekaʻanae, which means “the leaping mullet”, and refers to a number of Oahu warriors driven off the cliff in the final phase of the battle. There are “varied and sometimes conflicting histories of the Battle of Nuʻuanu.”
The Battle of Nuʻuanu began when Kamehameha’s forces landed on the southeastern portion of Oʻahu near Waiʻalae and Waikiki. After spending several days gathering supplies and scouting Kalanikupule’s positions, Kamehameha’s army advanced westward, encountering Kalanikupule’s first line of defense near the Punchbowl Crater. Splitting his army into two, Kamehameha sent one half in a flanking maneuver around the crater and the other straight at Kalanikupule. Pressed from both sides, the Oʻahu forces retreated to Kalanikupule’s next line of defense near Laʻimi. While Kamehameha pursued, he secretly detached a portion of his army to clear the surrounding heights of the Nuʻuanu Valley of Kalanikupule’s cannons. Kamehameha also brought up his own cannons to shell Laʻimi. During this part of the battle, both Kalanikupule and Kaiana were wounded, Kaiana fatally. With its leadership in chaos, the Oʻahu army slowly fell back north through the Nuʻuanu Valley to the cliffs at Nuʻuanu Pali]]. Caught between the Hawaiian Army and a 1000-foot drop, over 400 Oʻahu warriors either jumped or were pushed over the edge of the Pali (cliff). In 1898 construction workers working on the Pali road discovered 800 skulls which were believed to be the remains of the warriors that fell to their deaths from the cliff above.
Though he escaped the battle, Kalanikupule was later captured and sacrificed. This battle was the climax of Kamehameha’s campaign, after this battle his kingdom was for the first time referred to as the Kingdom of Hawaiʻi. The islands were still not united. He had to capture the remaining neighboring islands of Kauaʻi and Niʻihau. First he had to put down an uprising on the Big Island, and then he began his preparations for the conquest of Kauaʻi. However, before this battle could be fought the king Kaumualiʻi of Kauaʻi submitted to Kamehameha, giving him effective control over the Hawaiian Islands.
Lopaka Kapanui tells of his personal encounter with the spirits of Native Hawaiian warriors known as “Night Marchers”… and offers a theory as to why they didn’t harm him or others who were part of his ghost tour.
Welina mai e nā hoa ē a hau’ōli alōha Pō’akolu. Ō kā maluhia no me oe.
Warmest greetings to you, Friends, and a happy aloha Wednesday! Peace be with you.
Aloha kākou a Hau’oli lā Pō’alua. I lā nani nōu, na Kānaka. O ka maluhia no me ‘oe.
Greetings and happy Tuesday. Have a beautiful day, People. Peace be with you.
Aloha kākahiāka e me Hau’oli Aloha Pō’akahi oukōu. Māhalo Ke Akua no kēia lā. Ō ka maluhia no me ʻoe.
Good morning and Happy Aloha Monday, everyone. Thank God for this day. Peace be with you.
Maikā’i kākahiāka ʻohana mau hoaloha. Pōmaikā’i ʻia ʻoe kākou Lā’pule. O ka maluhia no me ʻoe.
Good morning, family and friends. May you all have a blessed Sunday. Peace be with you.
Welina mai kākou a Hauʻoli Aloha Po’aono. Ō ka maluhīa no me ʻoe.
Warmest greetings to you all and a Happy Aloha Saturday. Peace be with you.
Hau’oli Aloha Po’alima na Kanaka … ‘Ohoihoi la nani nou … O ka maluhia no me ‘oe.
Happy Aloha Friday, People! Enjoy a beautiful day. Peace be with you!
Produced for television by Kamehameha Publishing and presented in both Hawaiian and English, Lau Nehenehe brings to life some of Hawai‘i’s popular children’s titles through animation, imagination, sound, and story.
Learning Hawaiian words is as easy and fun as feeding the purple tutua! Through the Feed Me! App, keiki (children) practice basic math skills and pattern recognition while the whole ‘ohana (family) learns Hawaiian vocabulary, sentence patterns, and pronunciation. No Hawaiian language knowledge required!
Just downloaded this app onto our iPhones and this is definitely a way to learn to speak Hawai’ian by building your vocabulary in different applications, such as math and identifying items you see/use daily. Try it and enjoy the learning experience!
Aloha kakahiaka a Hau’oli aloha Pōʻaha … Maikaʻi lā iā oukou. O ka maluhia no me ‘oe.
Good morning and Happy Aloha Thursday … Have a nice day, everyone! Peace be with you.
Aloha kakahiaka oukou. I lā āwaiwa Poʻalua. Mahalo Ke Akua no keia nani lā. O ka maluhia no me ‘oe.
Good morning and a great Tuesday to you all! Thank God for th.is beautiful day! Peace be with you.