New Thought Center of Hawai`i

A Sanctuary of Aloha for the nourishment, development, and evolution of each individual's spiritual path.
Weaving a Lei of Love 
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November 19:  Carol Maikalani Hannum, DeM - What is the Sweet Taste of your Own Medicine? with music by The New Thought Thanksgiving Ensemble
Afternoon workshop - How are Common Health Issues Helped using the Holon. 

November 26:  Susan Gregg - Love or Fear? with music by Davina Mar
Afternoon workshop - Reiki Level 1 Initiation 

December 3: Dr. Will Tuttle - "Awakening Our Inner Genius"
Afternoon workshop -The Four Viharas and the Eightfold Path to Peace- Meditation workshop   

December 10:  Christmas Tree Trimming celebration 

December 17:  Dawn Barnett - Winter Solstice Celebration

December 24:  Bruddah Joe Hadley - Da Kapenta - 10 am
December 24: Christmas Eve Candlelighting Service - 7 pm

December 31:  Kumuhula Keala Ching - E Ho’ōla ē - 

2018
January 21: Nancy Rosenfeld Daly - "Leaping Into The Unknown"
Afternoon workshop - 

January 28: Sheila Gallien

February 11:  Dr. Hank Wesselman
February 17:  Workshop with Dr. Hank Wesselman

February 18:  Tom Catton

March 11: Nancy Shipley Rubin

For more information about workshops go to our events page.

Sunday, December 3, 2017
10 am
Awakening Our Inner Genius 
presented by Dr. Will Tuttle
with music by Will Tuttle
Our spiritual intuition is a direct connection with an inner knowing that guides us through our life and on our spiritual path, to unfold the potential that we carry in this lifetime. This ever-present internal guidance system—our unique inner genius—helps us question the cultural programming of our culture, and bring joy, compassion, and healing to our lives. Dr. Tuttle shares the New Thought message of inclusion, intuition, and healing, helping us to live authentically and to contribute to the evolution of our culture. We each make a difference, and together, we can transform our world.

Will Tuttle, pianist, composer, educator, and author, has performed and lectured widely throughout the United States and Europe. His doctorate degree with highest honors from the University of California, Berkeley, focused on educating intuition in adults, and he has taught college courses in creativity, humanities, mythology, and philosophy. He has a broad background in both Eastern and Western meditation traditions, and is a former Zen monk. Devoted to planetary awakening and to creating uplifting healing music, he has created 8 much-loved CD albums of original piano music, as well as his #1 Amazon best-selling book, The World Peace Diet. He currently travels with his spouse, Madeleine, a visionary artist from Switzerland, providing concerts, lectures, workshops, and exhibits, and their intuitively-inspired Personalized Music and Art Portraits for individuals and couples.

Afternoon workshop "The Four Viharas and the Eightfold Path to Peace"- Meditation workshop 
January 21, 2018
10 am
Leaping into the Unknown:
An Ancient Tribal Wisdom Map Illuminates the Path to Higher Self

with Nancy Rosenfeld Daly

Have you experienced taking a leap into the unknown - “going for it” - yet not knowing what is next or what the outcome will be? Why is that leap required on a path to higher Self and what transforms in the process?

National speaker, renowned facilitator to leadership teams, and author, Nancy Rosenfeld Daly, shares her story of taking a leap of faith, from a mainstream executive and consultant for senior teams in Washington, DC, to a more fulfilled and freer spirit providing tools and guidance in the process of taking a leap towards your authentic higher Self.

After years of intensive work focusing on facilitating change for national leadership teams, Nancy was burned-out and paused her career in 2000, resulting in a leap into the unknown for what could be next. Transformational change occurred. In 2003, Nancy was gifted an ancient tribal wisdom map that completely explained her recent experience and the Path to highest Self, applicable to tribes, organizations, and individuals. Nancy will illuminate where this required leap into the unknown occurs on the tribal wisdom map and explore why taking one step can change the entire journey from a mind and energy connection perspective. Join us Sunday morning, 1/21, to receive from the ancient sand drawing and illuminate the next step on your Path!

Note: Receive a copy of the wisdom map at the afternoon workshop and explore the entire tribal sand drawing to reveal stages required in evolving on your higher authentic Path. Nancy will also be available following the morning and afternoon programs for a personal book signing of her three books. Free excerpts are at www.nancyrdaly.com.

Nancy Rosenfeld Daly is a national speaker, author of multiple books, and facilitator for private workshops and leadership teams to help mobilize positive change using creative and skilled resources. She is a former Chief Financial Officer and consultant in Washington, DC, with clients including national think tanks, associations, DoD, universities, and private corporations. Nancy's path has led her to study and merge neuroscience, human behavior, ancient tribal wisdom, and implementation strategy, to live with authenticity and positive personal power to reach higher goals and higher Self.

Facebook page: "Unleash Your Inner Wisdom and Personal Power”.
Free book excerpts, client list, and more details at www.nancyrdaly.com
Book titles:
A Path to Higher Self: Ancient Tribal Wisdom Shows the Way
A Left-Brain Thinker on a Right-Brain Journey
Finding Joy Amidst the Chaos

Sunday, November 26,2017
10 am
Love or Fear?
Presented by Susan Gregg
with music by Davina Mar
Gourmet Potluck Luncheon follows
Afternoon Workshop Reiki Level 1 class & Attunement
What we've been taught to think about life so often is based in fear. I was taught to look both ways before I crossed the street so I would get hit by a car (fear) not so I could wave at people and say hi as they went by (love). 
Come and explore some of your old fear based beliefs and exchange them for love. Watch the results in your life expand exponentially when you do!

​Sunday, December 24, 2017
10 am
Da Kapenta
Presented by Bruddah Joe Hadley
with music by 
In the early seventies I encountered The Urantia Book. Authored by twenty-four celestial personalities who channeled this revelation through an individual in the early thirties, it was finally published in 1955. The last of its four parts depicts every year in the life and teachings of Jesus. Its astounding truth may be gleaned by those who are willing to quietly listen within themselves as they read from this amazing tome. 

It was from this unprecedented revelation that particular episodes in the life of this carpenter/fisherman/teacher came to me during the mid-seventies, and then again in the mid-nineties. These two CD recordings will be available at my presentation on Christmas Eve day at New Thought Center, along with my other books and recordings. 

Since this art form is the audience confronting my calligraphy and then hearing it spoken, I will begin by displaying a series of large cards of the writing, and narrating them. Invariably, after a few cards are seen and heard, some are able to speak them aloud. So there will be some audience participation.  

Born and raised in the early thirties on the Garden Island of Kaua’i, it was my public librarian mother, born and raised here as well, who sparked my interest in the arts, the music, and the mysterious spiritual ways of the indigenous peoples of Oceania. 

It was on the playground at elementary school on Kaua’i where my multi-ethnic classmates and I communicated in the grass roots Hawaii folk talk we call Pidgin. While earning a masters degree in Sculpture at UH Manoa in the late sixties, in the summer of 1969 three friends and I climbed down into Kaua’i’s Waimea Canyon, where I experienced an epiphany. A few weeks after, a phonetic cursive flowed through me that represents a written form of this spoken-only language I grew up with. 

My first book of this calligraphy, accompanied by a recording of my Pidgin narration, appeared in 1972, and is considered a classic in the Pidgin genre. Entitled CHALOOOKYU EENSAI (Try Look You Inside), this theme threads through my subsequent books and recordings. Since then I have enjoyed presenting my Pidgin poetry and short stories, especially to local school kids, who have become my target audience. Website: jozufhadley.com.