E Ala E
By Pualani Kanahele
(chanted before sunrise)
E ala e Awaken/Arise
Ka la i kahikina The sun in the east
I ka moana From the ocean
Ka moana hohonu The ocean deep
Pi’i ka lewa Climbing (to) the heaven
Ka lewa nu’u The heaven highest
I kahikina In the east
Aia ka la. There is the sun
E ala e! Awaken!
Flower and Energy Essences are a very special type of holistic healing that work with the nature spirits and elementals that give form to all living things. Our nervous system receives and transmits knowledge, accessing the bio-energy/life force that is unique to each flower or natural material. Essences work in subtle, gentle and safe ways on the fields of energy within and around our body, allowing healing to take place at all levels.
The Hawaiian language is beautiful and complex. The word, Akua, has many meanings. I use it here to mean the invisible, creative essence of nature, including the nature spirits that surround us. Please use these Essences with deep love and gratitude for the guidance, love, friendship and total commitment to our healing from the Flower and Nature Spirits.
Allow me to be your guide in choosing and working with the vibrational healing qualities of Flower & Energy Essences. Working co-creatively with the Akua, nature spirits, devas and elementals, each drop of the healing waters of Flower & Energy Essences vibrates with its own positive healing quality.
Molly from Green Hope Farm reminds us to follow our hearts when being guided to take Flower Essences.
It is my greatest pleasure to offer my combined training and experience in holistic hypnosis, vibrational healing, meridian tapping, educational kinesiology, breath awareness and Hawaiian healing to begin the process of change, activate healing and inspire a beautiful life with intuition, expertise, elegance, compassion, grace, truth, love and gratitude.
I hope you benefit from the information shared here. If this is different from what you have been taught, I am sorry. Please enjoy what is of interest to you and leave the rest.
Take care, Sally
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Tuesday, April 9, 2013
Both Ends of the Rainbow - Hawaiian Healing
"Forgiveness is one of the most difficult yet liberating acts we can practice.
The Forgiveness Prayer is a very precious and powerful tool." (Nancy Kahalewai, LMT)
E hui kala mai.
E hui kala aku.
E hui kala kakou.
Kekahi I kekahi.
I extend my forgiveness.
You extend your forgiveness.
We extend our forgiveness to everyone.
One by one (to each and everyone).
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Manao'io Written By:
Kumu'ola Leina'ala Kaahuhailikaukoalaaika'alaneo
Ka Leo 'O Na Kahuna Lapa'au 'O Hawai'i - Hale 'O Lono
Sunday, November 11, 2012
Saturday, October 13, 2012
A deficiency in vitamin B12 (pyridoxine) and or B6 (pyridoxine) will produce excessive sweating, excessive urination, dizzy spells, ataxia (tripping over), chest pains and heart palpitations, numbness and tingling and prickling sensations in the outer extremities, depression, headaches and migraines, muscle cramping and night sweats.
B12 and B6 NEED sufficient calcium to be effectively assimilated.
Some symptoms of calcium deficiency are headaches and migraines, insomnia, achy bones, moodiness and irritability, digestive issues such as bloating cramping and constipation.
Most over the counter (otc) and prescription meds, such as antidepressants, will trash calcium and magnesium as will a diet high in processed sugar, processed salt, animal protein, saturated fat, caffeine, alcohol, sodas / pop. Other things that will trash your calcium supplies are laxatives, diuretics, and estrogen supplementation.
So... eat more green leafy vegies and green salads, fresh salmon and fresh sardines, which are all rich in both calcium and magnesium.
Try juicing celery and limes and drinking that each morning... rich in calcium and magnesium and an easy way to ingest lots of greens if you don't like eating salads.
Eat more foods rich in B12 and B6:
B12 - lean meats and fishes, eggs, cheese
B6 - lean meats and fishes, raw nuts and seeds (only a handfull daily ground up for easier digestion), brown rice, rolled oats.