Ho’omana – a Weekend Writing Event with Hawaiian Elders
November 20th and 21st (Saturday and Sunday) – 11:30 a.m. PST / 2:30 p.m. EST / 9:30 a.m. Hawaii time
Length of Class: Two Hours
Recordings of Class will be make available within a week of the class for students who could not attend the live offering. No student stories will be recorded for privacy.
For those of us who are fortunate to live on the ancient island of Hawaii, and interact with Hawaiian elders, we are constantly in practice and students of the islands. In this weekend class, we receive the wisdom of the Kapuna, Hawaiian elders who will impart their wisdom on the ancient practice Huna and Aloha. In this class, our stories will be inspired and shaped by ancient Hawaiian wisdom. The weekend before Thanksgiving, perhaps we can learn a new practice to help us move through the world and our stories with grace.
Hawaiians believe Nature is also where we can gain the wisdom to make responsible choices if we approach with Aloha in our heart. With an attitude of Aloha we can gain from the wisdom of the wind and the wisdom of the water and the wisdom of the soil and the wisdom of the trees and learn from the truths and revelations presented by the non-human community.