New Thought Center of Hawai`i
A Sanctuary of Aloha for the nourishment, development, and evolution of each individual's unique spiritual path.
FREE child care during Sunday Services.
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We are located at
81-6587 Mamalahoa Hwy, C302
Pualani Terrace, Building C302 in Kealakekua,
From Kailua Kona drive south on the highway to Kealakekua. On your left you will see all the banks then look right for Antiques and Ice Cream (large red building on makai/ocean side of the highway). The entrance is right next door. From south we are on the left, just a few tenths of a mile past Konawaena School Road traffic light.
for mail: P.O. Box 333, Kealakekua, HI 96750
Our facilities are handicap friendly with lots of paved parking area.
Childcare is provided at Sunday morning services.
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‘O ke Aloha iho nō - Having love Within
Presented by Kumu Keala Ching
Sunday, October 28, 2018
with music by Kumu Keala
Potluck Luncheon follows
‘O ke Aloha iho nō - Having love within.....
Aloha (compassion) is needed to heal and be able to passionately live harmoniously. Ua ola loko i ke aloha - Aloha is what lives within. We need to recognize what values and qualities we have to be able to share it equally.
Kumu Keala Ching is a Hawaiian cultural educator, composer, song writer, and spiritual advisor to many Hawaiian organizations. Kumu Keala lives and breathes aloha into his Hawaiian heritage with his strong presence and great heart.
Growing up on the island of O'ahu, Keala Ching began his hula training as a dancer with the Men of Waimapuna under the direction of the late Darrel Ihi'ihilauakea Lupenui. In 1999 he became a practitioner of Ho'oponopono with Kupuna Malia Craver, a cultural specialist at the Queen Lili'uokalani Children's center. He is a graduate of University of Hawaii, Manoa with a degree in early childhood education.
Under the tutelage of Loea Frank Kawaikapuokalani Hewett, Keala has spent many years learning and building his knowledge and he graduated in the 'uniki rites to be a kumu hula. He is fluent in the Hawaiian language, which he uses as the foundation for teaching all of his students.
Nana ka maka; ho`olohe ka pepeiao; pa`a ka waha.
Observe with the eyes; listen with the ears; shut the mouth.
Thus one learns.
-- Mary Kawena Pukui