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Hawaii specials: the sound healers of Honokaa, Hawaii

 
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added on 5th of November, 2008

The sound healers will play ancient and modern instruments tuning forks tuned to the “Music Off The Spheres” the actual frequencies and harmonics of the heavenly bodies - Earth, Sun, Moon, and Planets. Tibetan Bowels, Bells, Chimes, Percussion, Conch, Flutes, Tuning Forks, Didgeridoo, Chanting, Violin and Live Music.

Acusonics Dr. John OMD, Jas Marlyn Didgeridoo, John has 30 years of clinical practice in Traditional Chinese Medicine in private practice, pain clinics, and resort hotels. In addition, he has more than 16 years experience in the traditional Amazonian (Peru and Brazil) practice of related sound healing arts. His teaching experience includes basic to advanced courses at the International Institute of Chinese Medicine (IICM), and numerous classes, workshops and symposia in massage, acupressure, Qi Gong, T'ai Chi. and sound healing.

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Tony Selvage Violin: Music has always been a powerful force in the world. But in the hands of the true artist, wondrous happenings occur…” Tony’s music has long been nationally and used as a research tool at the National Institute for Mental Health since 1986, Tony’s music is used for all types of healing and well respected in the metaphysical arena. Upon hearing his unique playing, no one is left untouched. From the moment he first puts his bow to strings, one is awakened… as if from a long sleep… and aware that something quite magical is about to occur. Sweetly, softly, with the tenderness of a new lover, the strains pour fourth in ever-widening circles. One is swept away to a place of beauty… of power… of magic… far from the chatter of the mined and planet. When awareness does emerge, one has the uncanny realization that, through the talented fingers of Tony… the sound of one’s soul has been heard… Melodies are plucked, it seems, as are harmonies so exquisite they seem to move the Sun and Stars…

 

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A brief background of how the city came into being will bring alive the city for visitors and give them a perspective of why and how the city functions the way it does. Fontana can trace back its history to 1813 when Don Antonio Maria Lugo received a land grant. He was also the first recorded landowner of the Fontana area. The piece of land known as Rancho de San Bernardino was secured for his sons by a second land grant.  A group of Mormon settlers bought a portion of this land (which included a piece of the current Fontana city) from the Lugo sons in 1851. After the Mormon settlers ultimately returned to Salt Lake City, the Rancho was... Read more »

 
 
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Accomodation in Honokaa - Nov 4, 2008, by AMARAKA
The best place to stay in the whole Honokaa is definitely the Kalopa Homestead Guest House. It is very cozy very well equipped and feels almost better than home. :) We stayed in a lovely cottage with two bedrooms and had a wonderful time.... Read more »

 
 

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