New Thought Center of Hawai`i

A Sanctuary of Aloha for the nourishment, development, and evolution of each individual's unique spiritual path.
Weaving a Lei of Love 
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)"
Weekly Events
Sunday 9 am - Healing Meditation
Thursdays 6 pm - Kona Loving Groups
7:15 pm Book Study Group​
Mondays Gentle Yoga - Evolutionary Flow, 5:00- 6:30 PM
Monthly Events
Universal Dances of Peace
(Second Sunday)
Gourmet Community Potluck
(Last Sunday)
Details below
Dances of Universal Peace
Free Event
February 12, 2017

6-8 pm
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
Kona Loving Groups offers Free Support from past trauma or recent breakups/upsets in a safe place to share. We host a weekly meeting on Thursday evenings in the Honua Room from 6-8pm. Most of us have not received or experienced unconditional love (the kind where no return of anything is expected). This is one of the opportunities to be heard, seen, accepted and loved. Arriving early ensures the group will meet and there will be time to share or get held.

We are friends gathering to practice giving and receiving unconditional love. Together we learn practical ways to improve all relationships (parents, siblings, children, spouses, partners, co-workers, etc.). No prior experience or participation is required.

This is a drop in, no charge, ongoing group with a host trained in facilitating based on Unconditionally Loving principles. All Donation$ received benefit the New Thought Center of Hawaii.

Book Study is planned to begin in February - stay tuned :)

  “We gather to awaken hearts to unconditional Love and to transform lives.” Loving Groups’ founding and largest community is in Phoenix, AZ, where there are 30 meetings a week! Free Conference Calls happen everyday. For more info, go to or 

 5:00- 6:30 PM
Where: New Thought Center - 81-6587 Mamalahoa Hwy, C302, Pualani Terrace 
Drop-in: $15 - Multi-class memberships: 3 class/$40
Beautiful Light-Filled Space overlooking Kealakekua Bay
Glow with the Gentle Flow!

Yoga Flow classes in the evolutionary style are meditations in motion. Steady, rhythmic practices help us cultivate the full spectrum of insights available in the core of the body and in each facet of Yoga.

The Tree of Yoga has eight limbs that range from the foundations of ethics and daily practices to the joys of movement, meditation, and creativity in the state of Soul to Oversoul alignment.

Please join us in the steady flow of integration, healing and inspiration! Bring mats and closed water bottles. All levels welcome. We may use props, keeping the postures a little more tailored to the individual. Bring yours if you have them. Some equipment available. Big smiles always welcome!

Marya Mann, Ph. D., is a Wellness Activist, a Yoga Teacher, an Artist, Dancer, Writer, Motivator, Educator and Risk-Taker. With more than 1000 hours of yoga training including Ashtanga Yoga, yoga therapeutics, restorative yoga and mindfulness meditation, Marya believes that yoga is an art and science for anyone on a path of embodied spiritual wisdom.

She studied yoga with Richard Freeman, Shiva Rea, Mukunda Stiles and B. K. S. Iyengar before research and practice in India, Indonesia, Australia, and the Mainland. Co-author of Healing Our Planet, Healing Selves, she writes about yoga, health and the arts for West Hawaii Today and has penned a blog, The Brave New Viewsletter, for nine years. Her work has been published in Huffington Post, YogaUOnline, Elephant Journal, New Light on Consciousness, and Ke Ola Magazine. The founder of Kona Coast Wellness, where she has a clinical consulting practice, she is also the co-founder of Feed the Children Kona and currently the Director of Pacific ArtWavEs Nourish the Children.

Specializing in yoga for all ages, shapes, sizes, and abilities, Marya is a leading voice in the Evolution of Yoga, Diversity and Inclusion Movements. She is writing a book on yoga, soul recovery and relationship repair, entitled Quantum Leap Creativity.

Find our more and reach out to her at
Kona Loving Groups
Thursdays 6 - 8 pm in the Honua Room.
Cost: Love Offering/Donation

Beginners Belly Dancing 
Kealakekua, Big Island, HI
New Thought Center of Hawai’i
 New Thought Center, Saturdays from 9:30 – 11:00 AM
no class on January 21st
Gentle approach to belly dance strengthens core, back, and thigh muscles, releases spine and pelvis, and yields beautiful, gracious, and flowing movements. Suitable for both beginners and "returnees." Classic New York-style belly dance is taught by Alay'nya, who has been teaching belly dance for over 20 years. Cost is $25.00 for single class / drop-in (1 1/2 hour class); prices drop when class coupons are purchased in sets.
Contact her at:

Oneness Healing Meditation with Singing Buddha Bowl 
Friday, January 20th at 7pm ~ FREE
Come enjoy a free guided healing meditation with the singing Buddha bowl. This meditation practice includes both silent and guided participation accompanied by cosmic healing sounds of an ancient singing Buddha Bowl. Every meditation session is a mini-retreat. It is a contemplative exercise where one has a chance to look more deeply into oneself and see clearly the obstacles (inner and other distractions) to One's Presence of Love.

Host: Rev. Ah Nah. Ah Nah is an ordained minister of Self-Ascension and Interfaith Ministry who has been practicing and advancing energy-healing techniques for over sixteen years. She is owner and operator of the Healing Center of Light in Lawrenceville, NJ. 
Opening the Door to a Masterful Life From Within
A One-Day Intensive Healing Retreat
Saturday, January 21st - 9am to 5pm
This one-day intensive retreat is uniquely designed for the gathered group. Participants will be guided through the meaning and understanding of the Mastery of Life. Healing transformations are accomplished by the creation of a safe and supportive energetic environment, Ah Nah's guidance, and the meditative sounds of a singing bowl. Aligning with the individual requirements of each attendee, we will facilitate a life-changing healing effect for all. 

Rev. Ah Nah is an ordained minister of Self-Ascension and Interfaith Ministry who has been practicing and advancing energy-healing techniques for over sixteen years. Her ascension-focused guidance and teachings are applied throughout this workshop in order to facilitate each participant’s enhanced experience. The aim is to ignite the spark of every One's highest actualization as a doorway into greater spiritual ascension. 
Pre-registration required
Talking Story
A film presentation with Marie-Rose Phan-Le
Sunday, January 22, 2017
1:30 pm in the Honua Room
Some filmmakers talk about the spiritual journey, but TALKING STORY puts you on the road with all the travelers. Marie-Rose takes the heroine's journey to a new level and we are invited to walk alongside her. 
David Skinner, Executive Producer - Smoke Signals

Talking Story: The Film is an award-winning documentary that chronicles the lives, rituals and wisdom of healers and spiritual leaders from diverse world cultures. Its unique approach of utilizing the personal journey humanizes the fight for cultural preservation and the importance of maintaining the different ways each culture perceives the world.
Please join us for this rare opportunity to speak with Marie-Rose and ask questions .
Spirit Medicine
An All Day Workshop
with Dr. Hank Wesselman
Saturday, February 18, 2017
9:30 am to 4:30 pm
This workshop with world renowned anthropologist and bestselling author Hank Wesselman will provide you with tools and techniques to experience the mystical excitement of shamanic healing.  

Drawing from his books, The Journey to the Sacred Garden and Awakening to the Spirit World, he will introduce ancient, time-tested ways of connecting with your spirit helpers and healing masters as you journey to the inner worlds and learn how to work with them in your personal place of power. Then drawing from his book Spirit Medicine, Hank will explore the nature of health, illness and healing from the perspective of some of the earth’s indigenous people. He will describe the three classic causes of illness and the four levels of shamanic healing. The group will participate in a powerful spirit medicine healing ritual that will benefit all workshop participants. Hank will also share a non-local, long distance method for extending healing energy to people not present who are open to receiving it. 
  Besides the books mentioned above, Hank is author of the Spiritwalker Trilogy and The Bowl of Light. His latest book, The Re-Enchantment, was released in January of this year. 
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. 
The WOW Factor
A Workshop with
Kimber Leigh
Sunday, January 29, 2017
1:30 pm
following Sunday Potluck Luncheon