New Thought Center of Hawai`i
A Sanctuary of Aloha for the nourishment, development, and evolution of each individual's unique spiritual path.
Sunday morning from 9 to 9:30 is a pre-service healing meditation with a variety of offerings each week including, but not limited to, crystal bowls, flute, didgeridoo. There is also Frankincense anointing and white sage for smudge ceremony.
Join us to experience the healing tones of the bowls as they resonate throughout your body balancing your Chakras.
Written prayer requests for healing are available just prior to the meditation using the New Thought Center of Hawai'i's God Can.
Please arrive early as the doors get locked promptly at 9 AM. Donations and Love Offerings are greatly appreciated and remember, the more we give the more we receive so please give generously.
Sunday @ 9 AM - 9:30 AM
Pre-Service Healing Meditation
Musical offering from Babaji Bob Kindler
"Adoration (of the Divine Couple)"
Sunday 9 am - Healing Meditation
Thursdays 6 pm - Kona Loving Groups
Universal Dances of Peace
Gourmet Community Potluck
Dances of Universal Peace
September 11, 2016
(Come celebrate Swami's Birthday)
People worldwide yearning for Unity have found in the Dances of Universal Peace a renewing and inspiring spiritual practice that brings us face to face with Life and Truth, beyond concepts and beliefs.
Moving in the moment while singing sacred phrases, mantras and poetry of the myriad of spiritual traditions that grace the Earth. The dances open us to remembrance of the natural human state -- unguarded, authentic and free. They continue to be, (as the originator, Samuel Lewis envisioned) “a way to generate life-energy and the peace that passes all understanding.”
For more info: Swami Om 808 323-3344
FREE Donations Welcome
New Day New Time
Kona Loving Groups
Thursdays 6 - 8 pm in the Honua Room.
Cost: Love Offering/Donation
If you want to more happiness and peace in your life and a safe place to practice universal principles, attend Kona Loving Groups on THURSDAYS from 6-8PM in the Honua Room. All adults are welcome to attend any of our meetings. We are friends practicing giving and receiving unconditional love, while learning simple ways to improve all relationships. No prior experience or level of participation is required.
The host is trained in facilitating the group based on Unconditionally Loving principles. Loving Groups are now in Boulder/Denver (CO), Bowling Green (KY), Dallas & Houston (TX), Kona (HI), Phoenix (AZ), San Diego (CA) and St. Louis (MO) and offer free conference calls every day of the week.
Suggested love offering is $3 - $5, which goes to the New Thought Center of Hawaii
ECHO THE HEARTBEAT OF THE MOTHER EARTH
WITH YOUR OWN HAND-MADE DRUM
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
September 2nd & 3rd, 9am -- 5pm
with Dawn Barnett
Come and share in the JOY and EMPOWERMENT of handcrafting your own one-sided
Native American Prayer Drum, in a ritual and ceremonial setting; also experience a
Shamanic Journey to receive the purpose of your drum and how to use it in your life.
15” Cedar Rounds and Elk rawhide will be provided for creating your Drum
WORKSHOP WILL BE HELD AT New Thought Center of Hawaii
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
September 2nd & 3rd, 9am -- 5pm
FEE: $200.00 for 15”drum – INCLUDES ALL MATERIALS
Please send a deposit of $70.00 to register -- Space is limited!
Send check to Dawn Barnett, P.O. Box 1078, Kapaau, HI 96755
or pay by credit or debit card via New Thought website:
www.newthoughtcenterofhawaii.com (Click Register below)
Deposit must be received by 7/21; balance due on or before 9/2/16.
For more Information about this or future workshops please call Dawn Barnett
@ 895-7870 cell
PLEASE POST THIS FLYER OR PASS IT ALONG TO A FRIEND
Dr. Hank Wesselman presents an all day workshop:
Saturday, September 17, 2016, 9:30am-4:30pm $95
Working with the Elemental Spirits
The world renowned author and anthropologist will lead an experiential shamanic workshop exploring the nature of elemental spirits and the shaman's role as gatekeeper.
Hank describes the significance of elementals as follows. “Within indigenous cultures, individuals are born embodying one of the elements as part of our soul essence. They also carry the others as support elements. No one can be just one element without the presence of the others. Yet the dominant elemental is most important for our soul essence also contains our genius.”
Bring a frame drum or a rattle if you have one, floor comforts, a notebook, an eye shade and a bag lunch. Pre-registration is required. For information call 808 325-7441.
Saturday, September 10, 2016
1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
Ancient Hula Today, Part 2
presented by Lehua Lopez
$15 per person
`A`a i ka hula, waiho ka hilahila i ka hale.
When one wants to dance the hula, bashfulness should be left at home.
(from “Olelo No`eau,” M. K. Pukui, 1983)
What we know about the hula prior to 1776 and the arrival of Captain Cook comes from sparsely written sources and oral stories. In Part 1 of this class, held on August 20th, Ms. Lopez presented information about what the sources and stories tell us about hula kahiko: its origins, dancing styles, hula implements, body and clothing ornamentation, hula pahu, hula `ala`apapa, hula `olapa, and a few hula stories. Class participants also learned a simple kahiko-style chant and hula to help them understand the significance of chanting and dancing in the old culture.
In this next class,“Ancient Hula Today, Part 2,” the discussion will focus on ancient hula performed today beginning with a historical review of hula kahiko over the past 50 years. The class will also view snippets of hula kahiko from recent Merry Monarch hula festivals. Differences in dance protocols, choreography, and chant/story interpretations will also be discussed.
Lehua Lopez, a native Hawaiian cultural anthropologist, has been researching Hawaiian culture for more than 40 years. Born and raised in Hawai`i, Ms. Lopez studied and danced the hula for more than 20 years and has taught keiki and adult classes in Hawaiian culture for more than 30 years. She is a gifted presenter and delights her audiences with mesmerizing stories and complex insights. Contact Lehua Lopez at 929-9891 for more information.