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Hawaiian Ho'oponopono Workshop-conflict resolution and forgiveness
Date Friday May 27
Time 7:00 PM - 5:00 AM
Location Details

Language Studies International
2015 Center Street, Berkeley, CA
(near Downtown Berkeley BART station)
Event Type Other
Organizer/AuthorAmy Marsh
Ho'oponopono Workshop with Ramsay Taum

Friday, May 27th
7-8 PM Free Lecture
Refreshments

Saturday, May 28 and Sunday, May 29, from 9 AM-4 PM
Registration at 8:30 AM.
Cost: $100 per day, or both days for $175.

Saturday's focus will be on the sense of place and Hawaiian cultural foundations of Ho'oponopono. Sunday's focus will be the practice itself.

Immerse yourself in lesser known aspects of traditional Hawaiian culture and language while learning a modern version of Ho'oponopono, an spiritual practice which results in
forgiveness, conflict resolution, spiritual protection, and karmic release. This version was developed and taught by the late Hawaiian healer, Morrnah Simeona. It is a wonderful tool for use in family, business, or any type of creative or spiritual endeavor.

Ramsay has been teaching this method on O'ahu and Maui since 1993. This will be his second workshop in the Bay Area.

In addition to teaching ho'oponopono, Ramsay is a Kumu Lua (teacher of Hawaiian martial arts) and a consultant in many Hawaiian cultural, civic and environmental projects. His work with the Native Hawaiian Hospitality Association was recently featured in the Jan/Feb 05 issue of Hawai'i Magazine. Workshop participants will enjoy Ramsay's depth of knowledge, spiritual insight and warm aloha spirit.

Class size is limited, so advance registration is recommended.
For advance registration or more info, please contact Amy Marsh, waihili@aol.com.

Malama the air! Please come fragrance free to allow others to breathe freely. Mahalo!
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