New Thought Center of Hawai`i

A Sanctuary of Aloha for the nourishment, development, and evolution of each individual's spiritual path.
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NEW THOUGHT CENTER OF HAWAII is a 501(C)3 Non-Profit Organization
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August 25: Manuel Roberto - Janmastami

September 1:  Swami Om - Special Dances of Universal Peace - with music by Jamill

September 9:  Kona Kozy - “The Magic Of...”MAGIC” 

September 15:  New Thought Birthday Celebration
September 22: Dawn Barnett - "Fall Equinox Celebration and Drumming Circle"
September 29:  Kumu Keala Ching - "Wahi Pana"
October 4:  Kimber Leigh
October 13: Sheila Gallien
October 20: Nancy Shipley Rubin
October 27:  Dreaming Bear
November 3:  Janeen Marie
November 10: Dr. Hank Wesselman
November 17: Linda Satchell with music by John Float
November 24:
December 1: Genevieve Brunet
December 8:  Tree Trimming & Decoration Party
December 15:  Mahalia Michael
December 22: Dawn Barnett - "Winter Solstice Celebration and Drumming Circle"
Decemer 29:  Kumu Keala Ching - "Wai - Wailua"
For more information about workshops go to our events page.

August 25, 2019
10 am
Presented by  Manuel Roberto
and Prema Rasa Music
“Presenters will bring traditional Indian vegetarian dishes for the monthly potluck after the program.”​
Music meditation, Kirtan , Storytelling and Vegan Feast. The appearance Day of Lord Krishna is celebrated by millions of people around the world. Krishna is the speaker of the timeless wisdom of the Bhagavad Gita. Please join us for a program of beautiful music by Prema Rasa Music, Stories from Ancient Indian and Vegan Feast.

In Hindu mythology, the 8th carnation of Vishnu, Sri Krishna, is the only one who appears in different colors in every stage of his earthly life. As a child he was mischievous and his childhood was full of pranks and fun. Some worship Krishna as the ideal child of innocence. In his youth, he was the most romantic lover and wooed young girls with his flute. The girls were devoted to him and Radha was his greatest devotee. He was a compassionate king and cared for the poor. He was a loyal and trusted friend. He was skilled in war and counseled his friend, Arjuna, on the battle field of Kurukshetra, giving the world the greatest scripture-Bhagwad Gita, which is read worldwide.

Just before the war, Arjuna had a dialogue with Krishna, in which Krishna had explained how an aspiring seeker might seek union with God. This formed the basis of Bhagwad Gita, which till date, when studied, comes forth every time with new meaning. Unlike the other scriptures of the past, The Gita did not teach world renunciation, but instead encouraged world acceptance.

There are many exciting stories about Sri Krishna from his birth to his death. Those who believe in the Hindu faith and in Sri Krishna, celebrate their adorable God’s birthday in the form of Janmashtami. On this day, devotees pray and keep a fast to obtain the grace of Lord Krishna. It is one of the biggest religious festivals in India.
“Presenters will bring traditional Indian vegetarian dishes for the monthly potluck after the program.”