Na'auao Ola Hawaii

Hawaiian Principles and Practices of Being Well

by Maka'ala Yates

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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 01/08/2014

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 250
ISBN : 9781452519234

About the Book

Native Hawaiian writer Maka’ala Yates shares timeless wisdom and practical tools for vibrant health from the forgotten Hawaiian past. The deeper ‘aumakua principles deals with the idea that matter, mind, consciousness, and life are all manifestations of Kumukahi (One Source). Ho’oponopono teaches how to live responsibly to bring peace and harmony to one’s self, the community and ultimately the world.

About the Author

Maka’ala Yates D.C. is a Kanaka Maoli (Hawaiian ancestry) trained in Hawaiian medicinal practices since the age of six. He is the founder of Indigenous Botanicals and Mana Lomi® . He enjoys traveling around the world teaching traditional Hawaiian medicinal practices including fasting, ho’oponopono and bodywork therapies. In 2005 he was awarded the “Kaonohi Award” for excellence in Hawaiian medicine and community support. His focus is “breaking the blueprint” from disease and illness and his mission is “bringing the healer back into the family.” Maka’ala was one of the original crew-members in 1976 that sailed on the Hawaiian double hull canoe “Hokule’a,” which was filmed by the National Geographic Society. Maka’ala is the Ambassador at Large and Minister of Health for the Polynesian Kingdom of Atooi, a Hawaiian Nation recognized by the U.N.