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Hawaiian Shamanistic Healing
Medicine Ways to Cultivate the Aloha Spirit

In this book, you'll learn how to cultivate the Aloha Spirit with Hawaiian philosophy, Ho'oponopono, Lomilomi massage, and many other tribal and shamanic medicine ways.

 

Hawaiian Shamanistic Healing explores many techniques
of several world renowned healing systems, some are shamanic and some traditional, which include:

  • Serge King's, Kahi Loa ~ A Touch of Hawaiian Magic, ​

  • Sherman Dudoit's, Heartworks, Traditional Lomilomi

  • Aunty Margaret's Big Island Massage

  • Uncle Harry's, Traditional Hawaiian Touch Medicine

  • Abraham Kawai's, Kahuna Bodywork, often called 'Temple Style' Lomilomi

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Aloha Wayne,

I am a fellow Alakai studying with Serge since the mid-90’s.  I am also a massage therapist, energy worker, yoga and meditation teacher, and wellness educator.  I was reading the book for my own pleasure, education and growth.  I didn’t realize until after I purchased it that you were the author!  I have seen you on the virtual Alakai meetings with Serge.  So, enough of the introductions ….

I loved everything about the book!  I, too, have read and studied many of the approaches you so eloquently encapsulate in the book, including ACIM.  You have represented each of your mentors with great respect, humility and gratitude.  It was delightful to read.  I was particularly drawn to the last chapter and the prayers for self-healing.  I found myself today (on the full moon) going back, reviewing and reciting a couple of them.  Thank you.  It provided the perfect focal point for my full moon meditations and prayers today! Keep shining your bright light!  It is a beacon for many.

Nancy Bloemer

The exciting 3 book series on Forgiveness Technology:
'THE SACRED APOLOGY'
in Print, Kindle and Audible  / Fall 2022

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WHY AND HOW TO READ THIS SERIES....

 

Most people have experienced an emotional wound or two at some point in their life. Sometimes those emotional wounds become associated with physical complaints, and stuck emotional complexes become aches and pains—or simply nagging patterns—that won’t go away in the body. The good news is, these ‘problems’ can become processed to become possibilities: they can set us on a course of discovery of who we are and the freedom to be our best self in our life and relationships.

 

Whether we are a healer or a receiver of healing, this series provides guidance and transparency about the nature of our odyssey of discovery. It explores our life journey, unlocking and activating our personal and spiritual potential through the healing process. The series is intended to be read in order, and readers who start with a volume other than the first are encouraged to seek-out the remaining volumes, as each offers a unique perspective and insights into the healing process.

 

Some concepts are presented in discrete form while others are gleaned through immersion in the flow of the material. Main topics and exercises appear in an ordered progression to gently reinforce and build on previously encountered knowledge and skills. Sections within each chapter are listed in the table of contents. For easy reference, a list of exercises found within the chapters follows the table of contents.

 

This series is written with love from the perspective of several traditions that hold dear the idea that there is one benevolent source from which we and all of life emanate. Its major influences include; Self-Identity Ho‘oponopono, A Course in Miracles (ACIM), the original teachings of Jesus, and holistic spiritual science.

 

For more information on some fundamental components of the healing process, readers may enjoy referring to Hawaiian Shamanistic Healing: Medicine Ways to Cultivate the Aloha Spirit (Llewellyn, 2018) by this author—Wayne Kealohi Powell—with Patricia Lynn Miller.