Top Hawaiian Words to Know Before You Go - Naturally Aloha
Here are the most common Hawaiian words you should learn before you go. The language of Hawaii is English, but you'll see these Hawaiian words everywhere!
Demystifying Hula: The Evolution Of Hawaiian Dance
Do you know the difference between the hula that we know today and the more traditional hula that was originally practiced on the islands of Hawaii?
In the Hawaiian thought, being pono means being in perfect alignment and balance with all things in life. It means one has the perfect relationship with the creative energy of the universe.
"Pele's themes are unity, tradition, protection, creativity and change. Her symbols are fire and red colored items. In Hawaii, Pele's fires develop and redevelop the islands through volcanic activity. It is this creative force that comes into our lives today, cleansing, transforming and rebuilding, augmented by summer's fiery energy. According to local legend, it is…
A long time ago, Hawaii was a mystical and magical place. What made Hawaii magical in ages past, was that there were shamans called kahunas that lived on its emerald islands. These individuals experienced a true nature of reality, in which they realized several critical defining aspects that were later taught to othe
11"x14" Hawaiian vintage inspired art print - "Imi Ola" guidance to finding your passion and purpose
Artistic vintage Aloha artwork printed on 140lb. heavy weight Canson art paper - Original poem & design copyrighted by Kathryn McRedmond. Image designed to fit 11x14 mattings inside a 16x20 frame. Frame and matting are not included. For larger print sizes in this artwork, framing or a canvas gallery
Pele Hawaiian Fire Goddess Art Print
The 11" x 14" and the 16" x 20" are open edition fine art giclee prints on premium Luster art paper. Enjoy his artworks by watching this video: http://youtu.be/Yh_qxTENiBA
Pele, Hawaii Goddess of Fire: Hawaiian Legend ⋆ Mythical Realm
Pele is one of the most well known and revered in Hawaiian mythology. Pele is a goddess of fire, lightning, dance, wind, volcanoes and violence.