• It’s amazing that when you are not inspired, it’s hard to get started, have the energy/mojo to take care of projects, or make progress on deadlines. I found myself in this particular state when it came to wor

  • Allowing is a better term for the act of surrendering. A while back at one of my mind body talks I was asked what word could be used instead of the word, surrender? I thought about this question and came up

  • I recently met a gentleman who was an educator with many different vocations, inspiring all those that he came across. Although considered very unconventional and eccentric, he had the ability to inspire young

  • Just recently I had the opportunity to watch Manoa Valley Theatre’s production of the musical, “Allegiance.” This musical portrayed what happened in the Japanese interment camp after Peal Harbor was bombe

  • Knowing that life is in a constant state of flux, many attempt to control their environment, situations, and others. However, control is an illusion, because at any given moment something totally unexpected

  • The new year is off and running. By the time this blog goes out, February will already have started. I recently participated in a celebration of life for one of my practice members. It was celebrated on

  • As 2018 is coming to a close, many take this time to reflect on the successes and challenges of the past year (by the time you get to read this blog, 2019 may already be here). Finding gratitude in all that

  • If you take a look at the word dis-ease, it means that you are not in ease or in harmony with yourself and your life. Once you are at ease in your thoughts, as well as your emotions, you are in harmony and at

  • The old playground rhyme, “Trick or Treat give me something good to eat, if you don’t, I don’t care, I’ll pull down your underwear…” started way back in the 1960s, and was in reference to begging. It’s fascin

  • Recently I held my Healing Energetics Workshop, which was a great reminder that you are responsible for your perceptions, and being balanced provides for more ease in your life. The underlying incentive that

  • Facing an uncertain future can create havoc and discord for many due to the control factor or rather, the perceived lack of. Not feeling in control is created by unexpected circumstances, but yet you truly are

  • Recently at a Mind-Body talk, which I hold twice a month at my office on specific Friday evenings, Kumu Hula, Hoakalei Hina (Macey) Kamauu shared something really profound to another lady about the power of

  • The one thing you can expect about life is that things will constantly change and never stay the same. The idea of control is an illusion created to give many peace of mind. However, the one thing that you do

  • Mother nature is truly a force to be reckoned with, and we have had plenty of proof lately with the downpour of rain a month ago that wreaked havoc for the east side of Oʻahu and the island of Kauaʻi. Most r

  • Albert Einstein has been credited with the definition of insanity as doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results. How many times have you experienced repeating the same behavior

  • Lately I have been asked how can you use the mind-body principles to achieve vibrant health and a higher level of well-being. When a pain persists or a chronic health ailment returns, it’s truly difficult to t

  • Noticing is the precursor to becoming aware. I have noticed in the past few years the need for many to become more aware as a growing trend. Empowering gurus and life coaches have created exercises and

  • How do you begin to tune in to your own inner knowing and wisdom?  How do you block out outside opinions and perceptions?  How do you stay true to your own unique values and express your true authentic s

  • Embrace the ending of 2017 with all the ups and downs that came this year. The more conscious you are when certain life stressors or old patterns arise, will give you an opportunity to choose instead of

  • Busyness according to the Oxford Dictionary is defined as the state or condition of having a great deal to do, the quality of being full of activity. This term comes full front and center especially during the

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