Saturday, May 23, 2015

A Fairy from Hawaii

Birth Date: Mei 22, 2015 (05-22-15)

Beautiful little Nani is a Good Luck Fairy. Celebrating the abundance of life, Nani plays happily among the 'Ihi'ihi (Hawaiian clover) in the sacred Ohia Forest. As she gracefully glides through the sky, she gently bats her fairy wings sprinkling fairy dust while she waves her magical 'Ihi'ihi wand to bestow an abundance of good luck to all who are around her.
The 'Ihi'ihi, a significant Hawaiian token of good fortune and prosperity, magnifies Nani's Mana.

Like a magnet, Nani's magical 'Ihi'ihi wand attracts good fortune in all areas of life.

Endowed with a powerful Mana (spiritual energy), Nani is a weaver of magic and dreams. Her presence attracts good luck, abundance and prosperity.

Nani invites you to spread your wings and let the fairy in you fly.
Simply express your most heartfelt desires to her, and trust that your wishes will manifest for the highest good of all concerned.

Nani's Tutu (grandmother) wove her straw hat and sewed her purple skirt and pink top. She crocheted matching purple panties and little shoes. Tutu adorned the top and shoes with purple crystal flowers. The color purple embodies abundance and prosperity. The crystals symbolize magic.
All these things were Tutu's gifts of Aloha (love) to her beloved Mo’opuna Wahine (granddaughter).

Nani 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. She has tiny little hands and feet, ears, buttocks, and a belly button. All of Nani’s accessories were individually handcrafted.

Nani happily skips and flies through the forest. Today she found a lucky four leaf clovers which she put in her hair. She is enchanted by the beauty of nature and eager to share the blessing of her good luck Mana with her Ohana (family) and friends.
Nani chants softly:

"Mahalo e Na Akua"
(Gratitude and thanks to the Gods)

Nani is a one of a kind collectible display doll handcrafted by Hawaiian Dolls.
She comes with her story and a certificate of authenticity.

An aura of good luck radiates from Nani to all who are around her.

Monday, May 4, 2015

The Mysteries of Ho'oponopono

(Harmony and Blessing)


E aloha kakou 
Ho’omau kakou 
Malama kakou 
Ikaika kakou 


We are loving 
We persevere 
We are caring
We are strong”

(Maka'ala Yates)

Many people claim Hawaiian Ho’oponopono is one of the most powerful healing techniques. Is this true? What is it all about?
Ho’oponopono is the Hawaiian way of “making things right”. (ho’o-to make, pono-right)It is a powerful Hawaiian ritual which has been used for many years to manifest healing, love, peace, and harmony within ourselves and our relationships.
According to Hawaiian beliefs, we are connected through our aka (cords of energy, also umbilical cord) to each other and everything around us. The relationship to ourselves, nature, and others is like a net. If any part of it is in disharmony the whole net becomes tangled, resulting in frictions and conflicts.
Through Ho’oponopono we are releasing guilt, resentments, or tensions correlated with past behaviors and restoring the net with balance and harmony.
The ancient Hawaiian ceremony of Ho’oponopono is all about forgiveness and forgiving to clear the path in order to ascend to peace and harmony within ourselves. If we take responsibility, all problems can be solved from within. In Ho’oponopono we are forgiving others and ultimately forgiving ourselves.

The ritual of Ho’oponopono always begins with a Hawaiian pule (prayer) of heartfelt love, humbleness and respect for the Divine within and all around us.

Chanting the Ho’oponopono prayer we are not only making things right within ourselves and the people in our current relationships, we are also asking for forgiveness from our ancestors. The power does not lie in the ritual and/or mediator but in our heartfelt intention and sincere desire to correct the wrong.
Communication between ourselves and the divine is of extraordinary importance in the ritual of Ho’oponopono. Words, spoken with heartfelt love, possess tremendous power to manifest positive changes.

Ho’oponopono is a way of letting go and clearing the path. We can balance and resolve internal conflicts within ourselves, our relationships, or our surroundings through Ho’oponopono.

The end result is true healing and enlightenment. With Ho’oponopono we can erase or change unwanted negative energies and thoughts, replacing them with new thoughts which ultimately will bring about peace, harmony, and love. Through Ho'oponopono, the power of forgiveness manifests miraculous results.

33 years ago, I became a firm believer in the tremendous power of Ho’oponopono and have been using it ever since. Here is how I was introduced to this transformational Hawaiian healing ritual: I left Germany and moved to Hawaii with my 4 year old son when I was 27 years old. My mother was devastated that her only child and grandchild had moved so far away from her. Understandably, she was very angry, sad, and depressed and refused to talk to me on the phone or respond to my letters. I love my mother and was extremely upset, because I did not know how to restore our relationship.

I told one of my neighbors, an older Hawaiian man who later became a dear friend of mine, about my problem. He said:” You must use Ho’oponopono with your mother. It will heal and resolve your conflicts.” He then wrote the Ho’oponopono prayer on a piece of paper for me and told me to keep reading it out loud to myself with lots of love and sincerity. I will never forget when he said, that the spoken words of the Ho’oponopono prayer have tremendous power and radiate energy which will restore peace and harmony. At the time, all this was hard to believe, but I did it anyways with the very intense desire to heal the relationship between my mother and me. After about one week of using Ho’oponopono, I received the first letter from my mother which started the resolution of our relationship problems.
I would like to share my Hawaiian friend’s Ho’oponopono prayer with you, hoping that it might lead you to peace and harmony within yourself and your relationships:

Divine (name that which is sacred to you),
If I (fill in your name), and family and ancestors have at any time offended (fill in their name) their family, relatives and ancestors in words, thoughts and deeds from the beginning of our creation to the presence I humbly ask forgiveness for myself, family and ancestors.
Release us from spiritual, mental, physical, financial, and karmic ties from the beginning of our creation to the presence. If others have offended me I forgive them. Pull out of our memory banks and bio computers all unwanted negative energies and blocks we have created and or accumulated.
Cut all the ties that bind us together. Transmute all unwanted negative energies to pure light that divine order, wisdom, and understanding. Peace of mind and balance be made manifest within and through us.
We give thanks in the name of (name that which is sacred to you) and it is done!

I have practiced Ho’oponopono on a regular basis for years now. The effectiveness and outcomes always amaze me. Using Ho’oponopono with the right intention and attitude, never fails to produce the desired results. I often use it without having any specific problems and just address the prayer to the world which leaves me with a feeling of deep inner peace.

The divine powers of Ho’oponopono inspired my creation of the Magical Hawaiian Menehunes, Pono and Puli (Harmony and Blessing). Pono and Puli are Ho’oponopono mediators who perform a ritual to restore peace and harmony within their Menehune Ohana (family).

Saturday, May 2, 2015

Hau'oli La Makuahine! Happy Mother's Day!

Mahalo nui loa
He Makana Nau Aloha Nui Loa

(Thank you very much.
A gift for you with all my love.)

On Mother's Day we celebrate and honor the loving, caring essence of all mothers. It is the time to cherish the special bond of love we share with our mothers. The ritual of giving gifts expresses this gratitude to all mother figures in our lifes, like aunties, sister, grandmothers, not to forget the greatest mothers of all, Mother Earth and Mother Nature.

Mahina (Moonlight), the Guardian Angel was created in the honor of all mothers.

We can always depend on our mother's unconditional love. In addition we were also born in the loving embrace of our guardian angel. Some may call it our inner spirit being whose devotion and infinite wisdom guards, guides and enlightens us on our life’s journey. All we ever need to do is turn within and ask our angel for help or inspiration. There always is a response offering strength and guidance. Maybe the answer doesn't come right away, but there will be that moment of clarity when we just know what we need to do.
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.
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.

The devotion of all mothers and guardian angels inspired the creation of Magical Hawaiian Menehune Angel Lani (Heaven).

Lani (Heaven), the Guardian Angel