The Bowl of Perfect Light

Ka Po’e Kahiko O Moloka’I — The Ancient People from Moloka’i

Tales from the Night Rainbow by Pali Lee & Koko Willis,1987

And so it was known that “each child born came with a “Bowl of Perfect Light.” And providing that the child was taught to carefully, mindfully tend to his/her light, the child grew in strength, and able to do all things – swim with the sharks in the deepest oceans, fly with the birds in the heavens, know and understand all things. If, however, the child becomes envious, jealous, judgmental he/she must drop a stone into their bowl of light, causing some of the light to go out, since light and stone cannot occupy the same space and time. And if one continues to fill the bowl with stones, the light will go out completely, and he/she becomes a stone and like a stone, one no longer grows, or is able to move. One remains in this state of being until if at any time, one tires of being a stone and realizes that all he needs to do is turn the bowl upside down, letting all the stones fall out, and light can shine through and fill the bowl again, and grow even brighter than before. The child learns very quickly, that nothing is impossible, and living life in the darkness, the density of trauma and drama, or not is simply a “moment to moment choice.”

The Power Within

Man has yet to tap into the fullest and most powerful resource found on earth or in all of the Universe. And that resource of powerfulness is no other than that in existence within all mankind. That power within escapes mankind and shall continue to do so, so long as the mind of man seeks sources of power from outside of self. Man sees power in nature and even sees power in all things produced, manufactured by himself and the more that he sees and seeks sources for power outside of self, the more he becomes convinced of his own lack of power.

Above is the method based in the essence of traditional Hawaiian Spirituality, and within the ancient teachings identified as Ho’opono Pono Ke Ala – Making Right, More Right, the Path. Herein, the implication is the Aloha Spirit value for promoting the “wellness and rightness at the onset. In the Hawaiian Aloha mindset, it was understood that one choosing to accept “wellness” at the onset, would receive it sooner than not, so the concept for “wellness,” suited the Aloha values and the practice was eagerly promoted and embraced. This form having existed prior to Western and missionary influences is virtually an unfamiliar practice by most Hawaiians today.

The One-ness

The One-ness is the knowing that all on the planet and in the Universe are of the same foundational makeup, and that makeup is energy. And it is energy, invisible, and real, the first structure to embody into a form, matter and density that operates at specific, though various frequency levels. Spirit is an energy, rarely sighted, due to its high frequency, uses its power to direct its energies to lower frequencies, resulting in the human form ideally suited to the Earth plane. And Spirit continues to create physical forms, and conditions for its human experiences, and that through human experiences the mind of man easily looses “reality” by disconnecting itself from Spirit and Spirit-realities. It is the conscious mind that separates from the One-ness, the invisible energies of the all-ness, and the knowing, that all is energy, all is one-ness. It is the knowing that Spirit creates for human experiences. And that with Spirit, the reality of all, there are no negative experiences, but only in the mind of man who thinks to suit a human reality and need for it. With Spirit, all things are possible, though man tends to easily disagree, and rightly so since man’s mind is not as familiar to “possibilities,” as it is to the “impossibilities.” And so it will take consistent mental re-enforcements to reconnect to truth and Spirit-realities. Death, demise of the body, as accepted by the human mind is suicidal acceptance, and that there is and never has been a real reason for such acceptance.