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

Friday, September 13, 2013

From http://www.shamanicbodywork.com/main/main.php   newsletter September 2013:

This is one small part of an old Hawaiian prayer that called to the gods and goddesses for healing.  In this prayer, we call to the gods and goddesses to show us where we need to correct our thinking, correct our way of living, so that we can find solutions to our problems, and find healing in our bodies and our relationships:

O ke kahuna i ka puoko a ke ahi.

O 'imi, o loa'a, o loa'a ho'i ka hala uku,

Nana o kono e haele,

E Hele no a miliu mai a.

Eia  ka leo la, he kanaenae aloha na'u na (inoa)

Eia ka pilikia la (ho'ike a'e)

'Eli 'eli kapu, 'eli'eli noa.

Noa ke ku, noa ka hele

Noa i kanawai a ke akua.

Calling the priestess in the pillars of fire.

Seek and find, find my fault, that I may atone;

the fault that turned me away from thee.

Go thou, prayer, but return again to me.

Here is my voice in a prayer of
affection to thee a prayer from (name)

Here are my troubles: (list them)

The sacredness has been profound, it is now freed.

Freed that I may stand, freed that I may walk,

freed by the decree of the gods.


"There were many gods associated with healing:

Ma'iola, who brought life (ola) out of sickness (ma'i)

There was the god Mauliola,
whose similar name meant "Breath of Life",

Women had recourse to Hi'iaka i ka poli o Pele,
who was considered physician to the family of Pele,
and to Haumea, the earth mother,
who guarded the women in childbirth.

Hauwahine, the mo'o (water creature goddess)
warded off sickness.

Uli, the High goddess of sorcery,
could be called on in life-giving resuscitation.

Lono, Ku and Hina, and to some extent Kane,
would remain through generations
the constantly invoked gods of medicine.

Lono, because he caused all plants to grow,
remained supreme: the Hawaiian Hippocrates
of the healing kahuna.

Ku and Hina continued to symbolize
the balance embodied in well being.

For Ku was maleness; and Hina was female.

Ku was erect, Hina was supine.

Ku was East, the morning,
and Hina was West the evening.

Ku was the external factor, Hina was the internal.

Ku was the right side and the right hand,
Hina, the left."

> from  Nana Ike Kumu, by Mary Kawena Pukui,
E.W. Haertig, M.D., and Catherine A. Lee

May the gods and goddesses of healing
be with you today!

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