I ka ‘ōlelo no ke ola, i ka ‘ōlelo nō ka make.

In the language there is life, in the language there is death

 

Welcome to the "Better Way":

 

The word "Mana" means life force energy, power, authority...   The Hawaiians call it Mana. Taken together, the word Ho'omana means to empower or empowerment. When you have Life Force Energy you are empowered by the Creator. The people, called Kahuna,  who practiced these techniques and teachings knew that all power and all force emanated from the One, the source of all life, all energy, which in Hawai'i was called I'o. "Nana i ke Kumu"  Look to the Source and walk in the Malama. - Hawaiian Olelo

 

 

Suicide:

  • The sign posts

  • Prevention strategies

  • Understanding the physical, mental and spiritual forces involved

  • The impact on family, extended family and friends

  • Addiction impact

  • Education pressure to succeed

  • Failure and hopelessness

  • Failed romance and pregnancy shame

  • Loss of identity and self esteem

  • Youth decision making 

  • Unstable family environments 

  • Molestation shame and anxiety 

  • Abuse: verbal, physical, sexual and mental

  • Generational and cluster suicides

  • Ancestral suicide

  • Mate Mauri/Wairua – spiritual sickness

     

Gangs, Recruiting, Stand Overs and Bullying:

  • The first signs

  • How they operate

  • Gang culture (patterns)

  • The forces involved

  • Gang mind maps

  • How and where they started

  • Parents the key to stopping them

  • Gangs in families, schools, the community and prisons

  • How they recruit

  • Putting stops in place

  • Breaking the cycle

 

Addictions:

  • From beginning to end

  • Changing negative patterns

  • Peer pressure

  • Putting the stops in place

  • Interventions that will work

  • Walking with two masks

  • Walking on a bend

  • Chronic offending and addictions

  • Negative spiritual influences

  • The six week cycl

 

Mo'o Ku AuHau - Genealogy:

  • From the Americas into Polynesia down to New Zealand

  • The movement of Ike Kapu (sacred knowledge), the building of sacred schools of learning - Hale Wanana

  • Spiritual patterns

 

Mana Wahine Mana Kane:

  • Ke pae kapu o pua'i lani, Ke pae kapu o pua'i po'uli - two sacred barriers

  • Ke Hua,  Nā Keakea, Ke hāpai / hapu - sacred seeds

  • Ka moku ke piko - cutting the umbilical cord

  • Ka hāpai ki Io Ke Makua - lifting up

  • Ke Wai-hona-no'o-no'o - the intelligence, the mind

  • Ke Kino - the body

  • Ke Waikapu/Ke Wailua - Ke Mauli Ola - Ha Manawa

  • Nā Wahine Nā Hale Kanaka

 

 

Ho'oikaika Ke Ohana:

  • Husband and wife, love, respect and communication 

  • Whanau leadership, roles and responsibilities

  • Verbal and body language communications

  • Puberty and teenage pregnancy

  • Physical, mental and spiritual growth

  • Space, support and quality time

  • Family counsels for positive direction

  • Addressing addictions, anger, truancy, lack of respect, self esteem….

  • Setting examples

  • Keeping good family traditions and building identity through family history

  • Traditional family structure, roles and responsibilities

  • 14 points of learning and retaining

 

Ke Hale - The House:

  • The house has a voice – Ho'olono

  • The path of the spirit - Ala Uhane

  • You, we, I am the house

  • Beauty in the messages that inspire change

  • The structure and why it is so relevant today

  • Each name has a meaning and principle

  • A powerful influences on decision making revealed

  • Individual and family protection and education

  • The two ancient paths: decisions - determine - destiny.

  • 15 hidden points of leadership, of fatherhood and motherhood.

  • From the heavens into the world.

  • Birth - Life and Death

  • Ke ʻOiaʻIʻo - Nā ʻOiaʻIʻo  - Truth and the true way, education the priority

 

Ke Honua - The Earth:

  • Five posts of life

  • Ke Mauna, Ke Awa, Ke Honua - ʻoni-paʻa ki Opo-a-lewa

  • Pule (prayer) the sacred connection to Io Ola

  • Sacred Water all are connected

  • Knowing and understanding Identity - means change

  • Five sacred entities in the creation of man

 

Ke Kapu:

  • The four directions. The four peoples, the four elements...

  • From Mana Taka in Pennsylvanis to Alofi Ali'i in Samoa - to Taka Rangi in New Zealand

  • People of the red earth - One Ula in Hawaii - Kurawaka in New Zealand - Ke Kino the physical body.

  • The circle of chiefs in the heavens

  • Knowing and understanding Identity - awakens power to change

  • The pure language of chiefs

  • Ke Uhane Kapu - the sacred spirit

  • Nā Kahunanui, Medicine Men, Tufunga Otua, Tohunga

  • Prayer, Pule, Karakia - connecting to the powers that heal

  • Nā Pu'uhonua - sanctuaries 

 

 

 

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