At tonight’s Honolulu Night Market Event my great supports at Last Of A Dying Breed Clothing Co. will be there bringing Hawaii life to the night. They will be featuring their flagship t-shirts as well as fashionable tank tops for these hot summer days, inspiring designs, and some ladies gear as well.
Give the local businesses support and love as they support you.
Most people hold the vision of Hawaii as beautiful sunrises, sunsets, clean white sandy beaches and palm trees. But most people fail to see the life that’s here at night.
One event that brings life to Hawaii nights is the very unique and artsy Honolulu Night Market.
The people who brings life to people’s stomachs, Street Grindz, has brought life to the night with a one-of-a-kind night time market filled with tons of life of shopping, eating, fashion, art, Hawaii’s urban culture, and Aloha.
Here in Hawaii, we unconsciously try to spread goodness throughout the world both consciously and unconsciously by way of the “Aloha Spirit”. And that’s what I’m trying to do here on this blog.
So far, Ive touched on some miraculous information on how powerful words and consciousness can be. It relates to the essence of Aloha. It may seem pretty unbelievable, but it’s the same as being believable. It just depends how conscious and knowledgable you are on the subject.
Although you may not well versed in what is being exposed to you on this blog, the main thing is that you keep an open mind and continue to learn. Continuously ask yourself, “what the bleep do I know?”, to humble yourself to take in newly found information.
One night me and my friends were partying in a very nice luxury Hawaii party bus. Being the introverted person that I am, I just sat in a corner observing the party and enjoying myself. As the bumping sound system of the party bus vibrated the whole limo bus, it made me think about what was happening to our bodies, or everything for that MATTER.
As I showed you in previous posts, thoughts and words become things. Or, at least they have influence on our reality – mentally, physically, spiritually, and metaphysically.
As I sat there inside my own mind, I started visualizing our physical matter being shaped from the frequencies of the music that was projecting unto us. Just like this:
This question came up while I was riding with a very cool and “Aloha spirited” driver from one of my supporting companies VIP Limo Hawaii (check them out and ask for Alex when you are Hawaii Bound). But the conversation got pretty deep and gave me a few revelations.
A human body is made up of an average of 57-70% water. Why is that so significant to know, or why am I even writing about it? Well if you read and viewed my previous blog post, maybe you can connect where I am going with this.
Dr. Masaru Emote proved that words and thoughts have an effect on water and the crystals it made when frozen. Subsequently, positive thoughts, intentions, and words spoken toward a sample of water caused the water to crystalize nicely with more order than a sample of water that has been treated with ill thoughts, intentions, and words.
Now, think about it, your body is majority water content, so think about what your thoughts, feelings, intentions, and the things you say have an affect on your body physically and non-physically.
Still can’t comprehend it? Here’s another “reality twister” for you:
In the bible Proverbs 18:21 states, “Death and life are in the power of the tongue: and they that love it shall eat the fruit thereof.”
The law of attraction says that your thoughts create your reality and your words become things. You can speak things into life.
To see how powerful your thoughts and your words are and prove the above statements hold true, watch Dr. Masaru Emoto’s water experiment’s along with others:
Whether it’s biblical, metaphysical, conscious of it or not, religious, atheist, male, female, white, brown, purple, black, Hawaiian, caucasian, Filipino, Eurasian, etc., your words and thoughts become Continue reading The Breath Of Life
Hawaii is paradise. Yes, it’s a group of tropical islands with beautiful beaches, perfect weather all year long, and breathtaking scenic views. But if you think about it, there’s abundant amount of places around the world with similar characteristics.
So what makes Hawaii so different, referred to as paradise, and being one of the most sought after places to vacation or even reside in?
Aloha isn’t what most people think. Well, in terms of the stereotypical perspective. Most people, especially foreigners to Hawaii and the Hawaii culture, associate the word Aloha with hula dancers, flower leis, beaches, paradise, grass shacks, and overly zealous happy people telling each other “Aloha” and “mahalo” everytime they interact with each other (reference to 50 First Dates with Adam Sandler).