Awareness and opening ourselves to receive the message is crucial. Otherwise, it may be overlooked or not perceived correctly. Messages can come through a voice, a vision, a dream, or a sign. We must welcome this heavenly advice. Sometimes we may reject the message because it would lead us on a path we don’t want to take. The course of action may not make sense but somewhere inside it feels like the right thing to do. We then have to take the detour and follow this heavenly inner guidance trusting that everything is unfolding in a divine perfection which lays way beyond our imagination. Following the enlightened path of our guardian angel often leads to a seemingly magical, almost effortless conclusion of the issue.
Ancient Hawaiians referred to angels as Awaiku, the spiritual nature of human being. The Awaikus came from a place called Kaulike, where everything was in balance. Their home is Lanikeha, the high sky. Hawaiian Kahunas (magicians) called on the Awaiku’s healing powers, their protection and guidance in all life situations.
In most cultures the essence of angels is unconditional love. They beckon us to enter our sacred inner space to illuminate our lives with the light of consciousness.
Hoku carries a candle in her sacred Hawaiian Ipu (gourd), which invokes blessings of the divine. The heavenly light of Hoku’s candle illuminates the paths of the Menehune’s lives on earth.
The Menehunes know Hoku always watches over them enlightening their lives with her angelic presence. Hearing the divine drumming of the Ipu in the distance, the Menehunes sense that Hoku is near. Sometimes she allows them a glance at the heavenly glow of her Ipu candle or a glimpse of her angelic white feather wings passing by to remind them how brightly the Aloha spirit is shining from their own souls. All they have to do is call and Hoku appears offering her wisdom and guidance.
Hoku often rests in the serene Hawaiian Ohia forest, worshipping the beautiful world around her. She never tires of rejoicing in the abundant splendor of nature.
Hoku wears a turquoise Hawaiian Lava Lava (wraparound dress) with a white Plumeria flower and a star crystal in the front and white crocheted panties. Her yellow Hulu (feather) haku (head lei) represents spiritual strength, unity and love. A white Plumeria flower adorns her beautiful long brown hair. She is holding an Ipu with a star crystal and a candle in her hands. The angel wings are crafted out of real white feathers.
Hoku is about 3.5” tall, fitting in the palm of your hand. The body is made out of stretch cotton and wired for flexibility. The eyes and mouth are intricately embroidered onto the face. Hoku has tiny little hands and feet, ears, buttocks, and a belly button. All accessories were individually handcrafted.
Hoku is a one of a kind display doll handcrafted by Hawaiian Dolls. She is a collector’s item bringing you the spiritual power of Hawaii. Hoku comes with her story and a certificate of authenticity.