MAKAHIKI: THE TIME OF “RE”
RENEWABLE FUTURE : VERGE HAWAII 2017
VERGE HAWAII 2017 OPENING KEYNOTE: FROM IDEALISM TO REALISM: TRUTH OR DARE
IMAGE-A-NATION: Noʻonoʻo Ulu Wale
LOKAHI: Lessons from the Reef
HO’ALA: Rise Up, Awaken
FIVE PILLARS OF ALOHA
HO’OMALUHIA: Making Peace – It’s an Inside Job
HO’OKUMU HOU: Make a Fresh Start, Create a New Future
HO’OKALA: The Key to Forgiveness and Living Aloha
Paʻakai: A Gift of Salt
Trained and mentored by Kahuna La’au Lapa’au Morrnah Nalamaku Simeona, Ramsay Taum is one of the few individuals who continue to share and teach the Native Hawaiian practice of forgiveness, making things right and stress release called Ho’oponopono.
Ho‘oponopono brings proper order, rhythm, balance, and alignment physically, mentally, and emotionally. According to Taum, it is an “inside job” and not something you “do” to somebody else. “It is very much a personal, internal thing. Introspection is key. If you were to walk into a ho‘oponopono session in progress, you might get the impression that the participants were asleep. When in that quiet place, practitioners mentally and spiritually release and remove barriers and obstacles that trigger negative thoughts and feelings. Upon removing these negative vibrations and memories, mind, body and spirit become integrated. Pono is integrity within, the state or condition of being in the right place for one’s good and for the good of others. When each person is pono, there is no hukihuki (tension).” One On One Sessions and Classes Kumu Ramsay is now offering one on one sessions as well as group classes. If you want more information or wish to enroll for either experience, feell free to enroll for more info below. Listen to an interview about Ho’oponopono Click on the image below for an interview of Ramsay by Noe Tanigawa of Hawaii Public Radio on how Hawaiians teach that stresses and tensions with others can be solved by looking within… listen to this interview
If you’d like to make a donation to support the continued teaching and sharing of ho’oponopono and Kumu Ramsay’s work, you may do so below. Mahalo nui!