There are no “accidents,” only the “timeless and opportune” moments to experience the “re-connection” to ancient teachings rooted in the Aloha Spirit, and to “consciously” weave it, like a beautiful and colorful flower lei, into your lifestyle today. It’s especially beneficial to all who call Hawaii home, physically, energetically, or simply curious with desires to expand your experiences with the ever-flowing, living, breathing mana that enlightens the energies within ourselves, and our Hawaii, be it “here,” or an ocean away, is but a heartbeat.

So, tie your slippahs tight, and journey with Aunty Mahealani through the teachings of Ho’opono Pono Ke Ala, Making Right, More Right, The Path.

Only as high as I reach can I grow
Only as far as I seek can I go
Only as deep as I look can I see
Only as much as I dream can I be
Karen Ravn

Ho’opono Pono Ke Ala, the Hawaiian traditional method for “reconnecting” Self to Self-Greatness, as rooted in the Ancient Hawaiian teachings and pragmatic values within the Aloha Spirit, is taught in through Mo’olelo (talking story). It is frequently given at intervals to “aloha” and digest the teachings in all three aspects of “Self.” It consists of the following parts:

Pono Part 1: Ka Ho’omana’o Ana No — The Remembrance

The history of the teachings, and reconnections with the ancestors, angels, and Spirit guides.

Pono Part 2: Na Kanawai Holo’oko’a — Universal Laws

The Universal Laws, Spirit, and Human Dynamics.

Pono Part 3: Hele Ka ‘Olelo — Walk the Talk

Walk the talk with Spirit, human, and the teachings, the partnership.

Pono Part 4: E Hana Pono, E Noho Hau’oli — Working Pono, Living a Happy Life!!

Now that we’ve gained some PONO experiences, we can further add to our experiences by:

  1. Summarizing with the teachings, and practiced applications; Did we do, and What was done??
  2. Sharing, as a group, the experiences
  3. Reconnecting to the Pono principals for living a happy life.
  4. Crossing the line, from “there to here.”

Pono Part 5: Ka Hala Ola — Past Life Regression + Why Past Life Regression???

Although, Pono is about “doing” life in the “moment,” here and now, however, the success for doing so, often requires identifying with the “one-ness,” to include the reconnection to a past life or two, to clear cellular energies of pilikia, define energetic connections, or simply gain clarity from past into present purposes & directions. Ka Hala Ola meets these purposes, even beyond one’s expectations.

Pono Part 5a: Ka Loko Na Keiki — The “Gang,” The Inner, Hidden Child, or Children

Depending on the class and time, this topic may require more than one class. This class may be done in lieu of the Ka Hala Ola class, or the Part 6 class when directed by the ancestors/ spirit guides. The Inner Child/Children consists of the child-like characters that often times remain as hidden elements causing unfavourable behavior patterns, and confusing results, due to childhood traumas. Reconnecting to the Inner Child/Children with proper communication as a Pono practioner adult helps them to “catch up,” and align successfully to present self.

Pono Part 6: Na Keiki Pa’ani — Celebrating Self-Alohas with Keiki Magic!

Considering the topic, this class is about taking the “opportunity” and making it a “priority” to celebrate the “One-ness” with your newly formed spiritual family (those in the class with you); and in this class, everyone comes as a Keiki (a child). No adults allowed, only growed up kine keikis, that are happy to share their mature, yet child-like manners of alohas! Everyone is encouraged to dress as children, including that of a past life character, and to bring 2 children-no-gender-type-wrapped gifts (valued at less than $3 per gift) for the game prizes, and random gift exchange. Optional: bring games or any game ideas you may wish to share with others to help make this event most “memorable!”

Questions & Answers

Q: I’m not Hawaiian, and I don’t know anything about the Hawaiian Spirituality; so how would someone like me benefit from the teachings?

A: According to the ancestors, no one would benefit at all from the teachings, including those of Hawaiian ancestry, unless one is really ready to do life “differently,” and that is to willingly be one’s own practitioner to recognize, overcome and replace old programs for “self-sabotage.”

Q: Is there anything “unique” about this teaching from other Spiritual teachings?

A: There are several unique factors. Firstly, the teachings are rooted in the Aloha Spirit commonly known as the Universal Spirit. Thereby, not “cemented” in known structured religious dogma, thereby, ever-evolving. The Aloha Spirit – Universal Spirit – has no demands, but promotes freedom for choice to do, to believe, to formulate, even at random one’s own belief system based in the recognition that one is a creator and co-creator of one’s own life conditions upon “ever-changing” experiences. The teachings helps one to consciously, emotionally and spiritually reconnect all elements to becoming a better creator, a better human, moment to moment.

In addition, the teachings are taught with Hawaiian words and phrases, and in the “mo’olelo” or talking story style. This style and usage of the Hawaiian words prove especially helpful at “unlocking” the analytical mindset in human logic, based upon minimal to no recognized, or nurtured Spiritual experiences. Further, the usage of the Hawaiian words, powerfully, and purposely engineered by the ancestors, are the “words” that soulfully activates mental curiosity, and willingness to open channels in the brain, that were “stuck” in preconceptions, and limitations.