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An awesome glimpse into a ceremony in Hawaii! from my friend Maria Sherow
My friend and QHHT® client spent over a year preparing her lot to create an amazing labyrinth which is now open to the public. It’s located in Seaview Estates on the east side of the Big Island of Hawaii.
Here’s a look at the opening ceremony.
The labyrinth opening ceremony starts with The Oli which is a chant performed by Petronila Tabudlo Blank.
The chant is called Kunihi Ka Mauna.
She is asking for permission to enter the labyrinth.
It’s like a password.
It’s a Hawaiian cultural protocol.
Then the property owner, Marylove offers a blessing.
Sasha O’Malley dances hula to ‘O Kalapana’ to honor the sacred area of the ‘Aina.
Once the labyrinth has been blessed, it is open for the walking meditation.
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A note from the editor:
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Pararescue Beret Moto: “We Do These Things, That Others May Live”
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Have you ever looked at a blank piece of paper or computer screen and imagined, if written, what the words would say? I am not talking about the email to a friend or the memo to your boss. I am talking about words about yourself, your emotions, and your experiences.
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September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Let’s use our considerable influence to end the month with a wave of posts and tweets to give this issue a powerful boost.
Did you know?
- Just in the U.S., nearly 16,000 children are diagnosed with cancer every year
- 1 in 4 will not survive.
- Pediatric cancer requires different treatment from adult cancer. Yet only 4% of research funds are dedicated to research for kid’s cancer.
We’ve gathered links with social media resources on this thread. You’ll also find out how tossing teddy bears and picking up pie or upgrades you need can help fund research or care for childhood cancer. If you have experience with organizations which specialize in pediatric cancer research or care, please nominate them for our donation in the same thread.