Aloha Mahalo Manna or Spiritual Meaning of these Words
The healing cabanas or treatment rooms at Springhill Wellness Center are the two most sacred words in the Hawaiian language, Aloha and Mahalo. I also use these two words frequently in my correspondence and on my web pages as a way to reaffirm my spiritual intent in offering my holistic health care and aromatherapy products and services. These two words represent the most cherished values of the Hawaiian culture.In the traditional Hawaiian culture WORDS or SOUND have Manna or Spiritual Meaning and Power.
Aloha and Mahalo are among the most sacred and powerful of all the Hawaiian words. Speaking them is said to have the power to transform and heal your life, as well as protect your life's journey.Be mindful when using these sacred and powerful Sounds and only speak them when feeling connected to their meaning at your heart center. You must experience their meaning from your place of knowingness and wisdom. Remembering that the heart is wise and knows all things.Being genuine in your intent when speaking Aloha and Mahalo politely conveys their meaning through all dimensions beyond time and space and attracts angels, spirit guides and protectors to help you along your path.
I was fortunate to be one of the few Haole (pronounced Howlee and literally means "without breath") or foreigners accepted to study ancient hula with Hokulani Padilla who is a wise woman and well versed in Hawaiian lore.Many wondrous spiritual events happened when I lived on Mother Maui and I was fortunate to directly experience some of the richness of Hawaiian culture first hand, including a meeting with the Goddess Pele (Goddess of Fire and Volcanoes).When I told Hokulani about my experience in Haleakela Crater on the morning of my 29th birthday she told me who I had met and what the event signified. Nine months later I gave birth to my son, Ezra.
Suffice it to say I've experienced the deeper meaning and significance represented by these words. Aloha is an invocation and welcomes the Divine Presence within each us. It represents our allowing and nurturing a sacred space for Divine awareness. Aloha recognizes a warm and receptive space for greeting and supporting the well-being of another and is like offering a breath of fresh air.
Mahalo is a Divine blessing of gratitude and thanks giving for ALL that is. Breath or Prana, life force energy, is inherent to the spiritual meaning of both Aloha and Mahalo as to Speak these two words is to give LIFE. Both words acknowledge the Divine Spirit that animates and gives LIFE to ALL of Life, in ALL dimensions, beyond space and time.
.KG Stiles is a certified aromatherapist practicing in Ashland, OR USA PurePlant Essentials is her line of pure organic and ethically wild crafted essential oils.
KG formulates aromatic oils for: colds and flu, insomnia, stress, anxiety, depression, menopause, anti-aging, skin care and more. KG's DVD & book about her AromaTest system, "Your Aromatic Signature - How to Formulate Blends that Heal," are scheduled for release in 2006. See Complete Menu for PurePlant Essentials Aromatherapy Oils: Pure Organic & Wild Crafted Aromatherapy Oils Learn about KG's holistic health care products & services Visit The Healing Shop KG invites you to Subscribe to Health Mastery Ezine to WIN FREE Aromatherapy Products.To learn more visit: Subscribe To Win Contact: KG Stiles at Springhill Wellness Center, 2520 Springhill Drive Ashland, OR USA (541) 941-7315.Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=KG_Stiles.
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