Muaisa Hale Pule -- Kona, Hawaii
Kealakekua, HI, USA
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Indigenous Hawaiian Sacred Plants that active the same brain receptors as South American Ayahuasca, only differently, through a calmer inner space, "the Eye of the Storm,” and work primarily through the channels of the heart, of feeling, and of one’s presence with inner knowing.
Medical and safety
The center has medical facilities available nearbyKona Community Hospital/Emergency Ward is approximately 2 miles from us.
The center has a psychological therapist available on-siteDr. ZZ "Hovering Humming Bear." our resident PhD who sits in circle during ceremony is an insight-oriented therapist and relationships/woman's issues/eating disorders specialist who researched and authored the article on eating disorders and their treatment for the Encyclopaedia Britannica 1996 Health and Medical Annual. She draws on over 35 years as an educator, lecturer, advice columnist, Medicine Woman and Wisdom Keeper and has lived and worked at schools, clinics and in private practice throughout Asia and the USA, assisting others in reclaiming their lives from habitual, dysfunctional, patterns. Her credentials are too prodigious to list.
The center conducts an intake processApplication forms and consent/waiver forms are available via download on our website.
The center provides a follow up integration processSacred Plant Ceremonies take place every Sunday evening. On Monday or Tuesday, guests can elect to participate in a 2.5 HR PRIVATE, ONE-ON-ONE, INDIVIDUALLY-DELIVERED, INTEGRSTION SESSION WITH SHAMAN. This is designed to assist people in diving more deeply into their own inner ecology and personal imagery to confront what is hidden below the surface in their personal unconscious; so that they may recognize and free themselves from their own self-defeating symbolism and blind spots.
The center provides ceremonies for personal development
Sustainable projectsMuaisa Hale Pule is an authorized 501(c)3 chapter of New Haven Native American Church.
The center accommodates private ceremonies with a single participant
Maximum 8 persons per group
Maximum 8 participants per facilitator.
The facilitator stays during session.
Someone who stays sober is present during ceremonies.
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