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Acknowledging … Appreciating … Honoring with much Gratitude … Recognition … and Heartfelt Thanks

In Hawaiian thinking, words have mana, spiritual or divine power. Mahalo is one of two of the most sacred and powerful words in the Hawaiian language, representing a fundamental Hawaiian value. Deeper meanings and sacredness may only be hinted at by the linguistic interpretation of the root words, yet Mahalo remains ineffable, mysterious, and beyond description within the realm of words alone.  Mahalo must be experienced, on a spiritual level, as a Divine blessing, spoken from the soul as life-enhancing and life-transforming.  As I step into the Divine with care and sincerity, as I speak from my heart, I offer this blessing to each of you.  

Ma (In) + (breath) + alo (presence, front, face)

"May you be in Divine Breath"

  • Katie R - Mahalo, Instigator of Love and Techno Goddess;
  • Vee B - Mahalo, Paragon of Graceful Growth and Graphics;
  • Keith F – Mahalo for the benefits from your stories, information gathering, and research, mostly for acting as Healing Relationship and Wisdom Coach;
  • Merrie T – Mahalo for launching my NLP practice and for being a Creatrix of Clarity and ‘Parts Party’ whiz;
  • MaryAnn – Mahalo for being a body regeneration pioneer, for your brave expressions and MAX blogging, and thriving beyond grief;
  • Kathleen R – Mahalo, wondrous wordsmith and deep inner space guide;
  • Glenda R – Mahalo for your whole body giggle;
  • Bobbi B, the list is so long … soul sister, mentor, guide and great friend;
  • Tom B – Mahalo to you as navigator, teacher, storyteller, adventurer plus a good handy man too;
  • Dakota - will never forget the salk'a vision of you, glowing white, trotting through the moonlit shadows of a cold, high desert night. Mahalo for how your passing transformed your Spirit Self into my guardian of healthy grieving and restful release;
  • Mother Maui – for Mahalo, Aloha Spirit and the ‘Ohana, I am home’ loving embraces … oh and all those ‘jolt me into awake’ lessons;
  • Grace and Ease – Mahalo to my two whispering angels;
  • Rose, sinking into your green, Irish Princess eyes as you connect me into fathomless Love - Mahalo;
  • Daniel – for those fearless freckles on your gentle fool’s face – Mahalo for all the lovely Laughter;
  • Americo – Mucho Mahalo for embodying mischievous shamanism, mystic poetry and out of this world energy openings;
  • Kay - Mahalo for tribe gatherings and treks, hugs and giggles, the blessings of your “if it’s not Fun, don’t do it” attitude, and your willingness to serve;
  • Jan - Mahalo for helping me to Thrive with those great bear hugs and all your loving support;
  • Steve D – Mahalo for such magic coursing through your lungs, shaping sweet soul dancing music … thrumming deep into my bones from those sacred didgeridoos;
  • M.K. – Mahalo, witnessing your blossoming has been a true Joy and who knows what future adventures are coming our way as we expand beyond the Awakening Tribe; 
  • Bodeba – Ah sweetness, Mahalo, for breaking my heart with your passing – wide open;
  • Twyla – Mahalo, for grace and your precious, comforting purr as you perched on my hip each night;
  • Dazi – Mahalo for waking up alongside us in Hana as we birthed the re-emergence of our Goddess selves;