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

Sunday, November 11, 2012

Greetings to the sun, to life, and to the earth.

"Aloha e ka la, e ka la!

E ola mai e ka la,

i ka honua nei."

Greetings to the sun, to life, and to the earth.

Saturday, October 13, 2012

mineral or vitamin deficiency

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.

Saturday, October 6, 2012


Ua lewa i'o wau kala mai i'au.

"If I have done anything wrong, whether it be in my words, my thoughts or my action, I ask you to forgive me."

George Naope

Friday, August 10, 2012

E Nana I Ke Kumu from Peace Warrior Princess on Vimeo.


"I" Am The "I"
"I" come forth from the void into light,
Pua mai au mai ka po iloko o ka malamalama,
"I" am the breath that nurtures life,
Owau no ka ha, ka mauli ola,

"I" am that emptiness, that hollowness beyond all consciousness,
Owau no ka poho, ke ka'ele mawaho a'e o no ike apau.

The "I", the Id, the All.
Ka I, Ke Kino Iho, na Mea Apau.

"I" draw my bow of rainbows across the waters,
Ka a'e au i ku'u pi'o o na anuenue mawaho a'e o na kai a pau,

The continuum of minds with matters.
Ka ho'omaumau o na mana'o ame na mea a pau.

"I" am the incoming and outgoing of breath,
Owau no ka "Ho", a me ka "Ha"

The invisible, untouchable breeze,
He huna ka makani nahenahe,

The undefinable atom of creation.
Ka "Hua" huna o Kumulipo.

"I" am the "I".
Owau no ka "I".

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Hapa Hawaiian

Huna is a child of the hawaiian culture. Hapa Hawaiian.

Monday, June 25, 2012


Ia Iho Ke Aloha – To my love
Ka Honi Mai Me Ke Aloha – And with love is a kiss
Ke Aloha - Beloved
Kipona Aloha – Deep love
Ko Aloha Makamae E Ipo – Sweetheart you are so precious
Ko`u Aloha – My Love
Ku`u Lei – My beloved
Ma’ane’i No Ke Aloha – For love is here and now
Me Ke Aloha Pumehana – With the warmth of my love
Nau ko`u Aloha – My love is yours
Na’u `oe – You’re mine
‘O Ku’u Aloha No ‘Oe – You are indeed my love
Pa’ipunahele – An expression of love for a favorite
Pilialoha – To be in a bond of love


"I mohala no ka lehua i ke ke'ekehi 'ia e ka ua,"
 which means
"The Lehua blossom unfolds when the rains tread on it."
One would say this when wanting to explain that it is better to respond with gentleness than scolding.

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Kūlia i ka nu‘u.

“Kūlia i ka nu‘u,” - always strive for the summit, wherever you are, whatever you do, to the best of your abilities!

Kūlia i ka nu‘u is the endowed legacy and personal motto of Queen Kapi‘olani, which translates to “Strive for the Summit” or “Strive for the Highest.”

Formally known as Esther Julia Kapi‘olani Napelakapuokaka‘e, Queen Kapi‘olani was married to King David Kalākaua and reigned as Queen Consort of the Kingdom of Hawai‘i from 1874-1891. Beloved by her people, Queen Kapi‘olani made a genuine commitment to helping the people of Hawai‘i; she was always a gracious hostess, full of humility, and a heart full of service. 

In the Hawaiian language, “Kūlia” means Julia; therefore, the beginning of her personal motto, “Kūlia i ka nu‘u,” is profoundly used as a Hawaiian proverb statewide in many organizations, programs and communities.

Kūlia i ka nu‘u represents the value of achievement. Those who have this value continually pursue personal excellence just as Queen Kapi‘olani had done for the Hawaiian people.

Saturday, April 21, 2012


Hawaiian phrasebook.

`Ula`ula (OO-la-OO-la)
`Alani (ah-LA-nee)
Melemele (MAY-lay-MAY-lay)
`ō`ma`oma`o (OH-ma-oh-ma-oh)
Polū (po-LOO)
Poni (PO-nee)
`Ākala (AH-ka-la)
`Ele`Ele (EH-lay-EH-lay)
Ke`oke`o (KAY-oh-KAY-oh)
`Āhinahina (AH-hee-na-hee-na)
Maku`e/Palaunu (ma-KOO-ey/pa-LA-oo-noo)

Friday, February 24, 2012

I Love the Power of the Mind with Marilyn Gordon

This is from:
I Love the Power of the Mind with Marilyn Gordon:

"Ho’oponopono is a powerful way to transform your thoughts.

When you say, “I’m sorry. Please forgive me” – you’re asking for the transformation of your doubts, anger, and fears. You want them to be released so that you won’t be a magnet for negativities any longer.

When you say, “Thank you. I love you” – you are expressing love and gratitude and raising your vibration."

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Love is like a bird!

"He manu ke aloha, 'a'ohe lala kau 'ole" 
Love is like a bird, there is no branch that it does not perch upon."

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