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Deeper Teaching of Aloha Part 4

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In my past few posts we’ve been discussing the deeper meaning of the word aloha. Many of my mentors and teachers have told me that living by the concepts within aloha is the key to empowerment.  And they taught me about these concepts using the letters of the word ALOHA. Let’s recap. This is part […]

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Deeper Teaching of Aloha Part 3

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This is part three of the deeper teaching of ALOHA. Though this may be a simple one to explain, it can be a harder one to live! Make sure you have read Part 1 and Part 2 of this five-part post. The “o” in ALOHA stands for oia`i`o. Oia`i`o means truth and/or truthfulness. It’s simple. […]

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Deeper Teaching of Aloha Part 2

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Today’s post is the second in a series about the deeper meaning of the word “aloha.” If you didn’t get the chance to read that post, please click here and read it first so that today’s post makes more sense to you! I’m excited to discuss aloha because knowing this deeper teaching allows you to be […]

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Draggin’ the Past Around

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Aloha, I wrote a blog post for Psychology Today called Draggin’ the Past Around. This is about rewriting your past using NLP (if you have attended our NLP trainings, you’ll know this as “reframing”). This blog offers tangible steps on how to reframe experiences in the past. It also offers ways you can reframe that old experience in the present […]

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Deeper Teaching of Aloha Part 1

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I’ve had the amazing privilege studying with and learning from many traditions. In addition to that, I’ve gotten to experience some truly gifted individuals who teach at our Huna Workshop. (If you are not sure what Huna is, click here for the link to a previous article about Huna. One of the most important concepts […]

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The Importance of Tradition

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Today (Dec 28, 2012) my daughter cut her hair. Now that may not seem like a big deal, but consider this: She is six, and this is only the second time she has cut her hair. She began dancing hula at the age of two (2). My Kumu Hula Etua Lopes, who wrote the foreword […]

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Tis the Season to Prioritize…

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So the year is wrapping up, and we are about to go into 2013. Are you like me, wondering how the year went by so fast? Wow, this year flew by. This year, we at NLP.com celebrated our 30th year in business! I have been with the company for 20 years. I’ve run it for […]

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Receive a Free Gift for Completing Our Survey

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Aloha, We just created a survey so we can learn what types of blogs you prefer the most. Please click here to fill it out (it should take about 1 minute). As a thank you gift, we would like to offer you a free mp3 download of Hiolani: The Guided Meditation on the Light. You […]

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The Science of Storytelling: Why Telling a Story is the Most Powerful Way to Activate Our Brains

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Aloha, A while ago I wrote a blog on storytelling and how it activates different parts of the brain. I just read an amazing article on Lifehacker called The Science of Storytelling: Why Telling a Story is the Most Powerful Way to Activate Our Brains. When the co-founder of Buffer started marketing products by telling […]

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It Is Ok To Grieve

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I am in the back of the room at our final NLP Practitioner Training here in Newport Beach. “Write a Blog” has been on my to-do list for over a week now. As always I am very transparent, so here it goes: I took a break! I needed to. I just recently experienced a loss […]