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Only after learning Lomilomi (Hawaiian Massage) did he understand the concept of “AKA” or etheric cords that causes much to our physical bodies. Once he started to work on people and could understand what he was “seeing” on their body then he understood how to help them. Many times much of our physical ailments are tied to memories that we hold on to, whether it be words or actions that happened throughout someone’s lifetime or maybe further. When one can reconcile and release those memories one can shift their spiritual and physical body. By learning to understand this he has helped many not only free their body of pain but also to open themselves up to understanding their own “gifts”.
Douglas “Ka`iwi” Ah Hee comes from the windward side of the island of Oahu, Hawai`i. He credits his pure Hawaiian grandmother for his upbringing and “gifts.” She would talk to people that he could not “see.” Growing up as a “sensitive” was never discussed by anyone in his family. With her passing when he was 16 caused much angst on not knowing how to deal with his seeing, feeling and sensing “spirits.” It was not until he had his 2 daughters and they shared with him of what they were “seeing” that he decided to embrace his “gifts.” The greatest and most important thing one must have to do this work is a solid foundation in their Faith.
One thing that distinguishes a traditional Japanese Reiki practitioner from an American Reiki practitioner is knowledge, understanding and daily usage of the only ritual taught by Usui Sensei ... the Hatsu Rei Ho.
Today's offering is but one way to perform this vital ritual ... enjoy the experience!
At The Halau, all of our Reiki practitioners learn this ritual and incorporate it as part of their daily Reiki practice ... because Reiki is not something you pick up and put down like an object. It is a Shamanic way of BEing ... and daily practice of the Hatsu Rei Ho is the difference between a practitioner that isn't really sure about what energies s/he is wielding, and a practitioner that wields Energy with Certainty.
If you are interested in learning the healing ways of The Halau, you can check us out at https://spreadaloha.wordpress.com
Many homesteaders get side tracked by the promise of profiting from direct to consumer marketing style small scale farming. Often the promise of profit is elusive and dreams are dashed. In search of "making a living", many homesteaders lose sight of why they started this lifestyle in the first place. What is the difference between homesteading and small scale farming? Which is best suited for most American smallholders? Is selling food really the best way for homesteaders to earn money on their land? Scott Terry and Richard Grossman discuss these questions and many more...
Jim Jubelirer is a business coach and he joined us to talk about how to “Scale Up” your business.
You have some really good tools to help business owners and their teams - where do you
suggest people start?
You say you combine the best practices in business development and leadership. Tell me more about that?
I have heard that in the Rockefeller habits that you talked about that meeting rhythms are really important. Tell
us more about that?
Have you set goals before but not achieved them? They seemed realistic at the time, but then you just didn’t follow through. So what’s going on? Were they really what you wanted?
Is it possible you are missing the 1 thing that will make the difference? Have you tapped into your unique WHY? First you create your "big picture" WHY of what you want to do with your life (or over, say, the next 10 years), and identify the large-scale goals that you want to achieve. Are your business goals going to improve your whole life and visa versa?
What do you need to change? Then, you break these down into the smaller and smaller targets that you can and must hit to reach your lifetime goals. Enjoy your new success! Join me and discover how to stop struggling and make big goals Enjoyable, Rewarding!
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In our continued effort to bring you the best in both Sports and Music talk each week, this week we have Musician / Sol Artist Gary Hoey live on the air. Gary as you might or might not know (if you live in a cave) is an amazing Guitar Player / songwriter whos 18 solo albums would be enough all by itself, but the man has worked with some of the best in the business (Joe Bonnamassa, Lita Ford, etc) We will discuss everything from "Heavy Bones" to his connection to Christmas Music. This great guitar player will not nore you thats for sure.
In the Sports world, Chris Mullin has accepted the Head Coaching job at his Alma Mater, ST. Johns, we will certainly discuss wether or not this is a smart move for each party. The Rangers are in a mini slide since the return of the King, is this an aberration or the start of a downward spiral for the team.
The Mets are trying to take over the town and the Yanks are trying to stay Healthy and get back on the winning track so theres lots to talk about in the baseball world. We havent had a chance to discuss the continuing Pete Rose saga and I would love your take on whether Pete should be allowed in the HALL of Fame or back into Baseball in general.
We have a bunch of special guests coming up so I will lay-out the upcoming schedule so you won't miss a minute of this exciting time in the shows progress.
Log onto blogtalkradio.com and search for Hard Rck n' sports this coming Thursday @ 6:30 p.m. est for all of this and much much more! I am sure show producer Joe Gansas has a few tricks up his sleeve so I would tune in if I were you and be a part of history.
Remember The call in line is (347) 826-9934 to phone in and give me your side of the story (whatever story you want to tell that is.
See you Thursday!!
and Keep on Rockin!!!
Whenever you use one of the world's biggest Internet services (Facebook, anyone?) you're also using one of the biggest data center and networking infrastuctures. At this level, the scale is beyond big -- these are hyper-scale implementations.
What does it take to build and maintain a hyper-scale infrastructure? Our guest today, from InteropNet participant Big Switch, will give us the inside scoop on making it happen.
Prashant Gandhi leads Product Management, Strategy and Technology Alliances for Big Switch. He joined from Cisco where he was responsible for driving product strategy and management of the Cisco ONE Controller, Nexus 1000V virtual switch, VXLAN-based network virtualization as well as Cisco’s SDN and cloud network services product and go-to-market strategy. He came to Cisco in 2009 through the acquisition of Rohati Systems where he was CEO and co-founder. At Big Switch, he oversees the company’s complete Open SDN Suite. He holds a PhD. in electrical engineering from the University of Pennsylvania.
Interop 2015 will take place from April 27th through May 1st at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, NV. More information and registration details are available online! Register with code RADIO for a $200 discount on Total Access or Conference passes, or get a FREE Expo Pass. In addition, join the Interop mailing list to get the latest news and special offers.
Douglas “Ka’iwi” Ah Hee, a Kahu in Hawaii, will be discussing his work in - and philosophy of - healing, and the need for a strong faith. His experiences in “seeing” what was going on with his client’s body, allowed him to recognize how their memories from past events would promote disease. By explaining this to them, he has helped many - not only free their body of pain- but also open up to understanding their own “gifts”.
Kahu Ka’iwi will discuss cases from his own work that describe how releasing these ties to harmful memories helped clients. He helps clients heal physically, emotional, and spiritually – the true healing of ho’ oponopono.
Douglas “Ka`iwi” Ah Hee comes from the windward side of the island of Oahu, Hawai`i. He credits his pure Hawaiian grandmother for his upbringing and “gifts.” She would talk to people that he could not “see.” Growing up as a “sensitive” was never discussed by anyone in his family. Her passing when he was 16, caused much angst, as he did not know how to deal with his seeing, feeling, and sensing “spirits.” It was not until he had his 2 daughters, and they shared with him of what they were “seeing”, that he decided to embrace his “gifts.”
Ka’iwi started The Ho`ola Foundation LLC, which was created to teach individuals, groups and eventually communities to empower themselves. Through Ho`oponopono (to make right; or correct) and Ha`aha`a (humility) one may restore the true La`a kea (Sacred Light) of Aloha within the mind, body and spirit.
Ho'ola - meaning to give life, heal, to cure; Ola - meaningful life, well-being, living.
The BDPA iRadio Show creates a vibrant communications platform that speaks to all BDPA stakeholders. We have an exciting line-up for our show on May 26th, 2015.
Johnathan Holifield, Co-founder and Chief Evangelist, Scale Up Partners
Midge Johnson, Past Chapter President, BDPA Washington DC
The BDPA iRadio Show. Linking Business, Education and Technology. The BDPA iRadio Show creates a vibrant communications platform that speaks to all BDPA stakeholders. Sponsored by the BDPA Education and Technology Foundation, and BETF Executive Director Wayne Hicks. Produced by Franne McNeal. Studio Engineering by Everaldo Gallimore. Co-Hosting by Timothy Butts, Jala Cruz and Ronald Story. The BDPA iRadio Show broadcasts the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month. Join us on blogtalkradio.com/BDPA.
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