Samstag, 29. Januar 2011

~ Aloha Lovelies ;) Der Zauber des Wortes Aloha

~ Für den Hawaiianer ist ALOHA eine Lebensphilosophie und jeder Buchstabe steht für ein einzelnes Wort mit tiefer Bedeutung:

A steht für Akahai e na Hawai’i -
Sei sanft und zeige Güte und Freundlichkeit zu jedem Menschen.
L steht für Lokahi a ku like -
Seid vereint und haltet zusammen

O steht für Olu'olu ka mana’o -
Habe und gebe immer gute Gedanken
H steht für Ha’aha'a kou kulana -
Sei demütig
A steht für Ahonui a lanakila -
Sei geduldig, dann wirst du aushalten und beharrlich sein.

Mit dem Aloha Spirit ist auch die Lebenseinstellung der Hawaiianer gemeint: ein Leben in Glück, Harmonie und Gesundheit zu führen, sowie tiefen Respekt und Toleranz gegenüber dem anderen zu zeigen. Hawaii's offizieller Beiname lautet daher auch „The Aloha State".






For those who follow the path of Kahuna “Kahu” ~ , or are fortunate enough to live in Hawai’i, it is common for us to use the word Aloha. We use it in greetings and farewells and in expressing love. But the word means even more, it is a way of life.

Besides these common meanings, the word Aloha holds within itself all one needs to know to interact rightfully in the natural world. These insights describe an attitude or way of life sometimes called “The Aloha Spirit” or “The Way of Aloha”. The spirit of Aloha was an important lesson taught to the children of the past because it was about the world of which they were a part. 

One early teaching goes like this: Aloha is being a part of all, and all being a part of me. When there is pain – it is my pain. When there is joy – it is also mine. I respect all that is as part of the Creator and part of me. I will not willfully harm anyone or anything. When food is needed I will take only my need and explain why it is being taken. The earth, the sky, the sea are mine to care for, to cherish and to protect.




Hawaiian Goddesses wisdom ~ female essence

Hina – Goddess of female energy, feminity. Goddess of the Moon. White colour – knowledge
Haumea – The First Woman, Mother. Red Colour – freedom, release
Pele – Goddess of Fire, the Spirit of Family, Woman of all ages. Orange colour – focus, attention
Hi’iaka – Sister, Female Body. Yellow Colour – presence, goal
Laka – Goddess of Love, Goddess of Wealth, Hula Dance and Forest. Green colour – love, compassion
Kapo – Goddess of Birth, female health. Blue colour – power, opportunity
Uli – Goddess of Healing Art, Wife. Purple colour – success, effectiveness

YOU are your own LIGHT that lies within your spirit - YOU are Blessed
29. Jan. 2011
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