Loosely translated kahi nanea means ‘place’ and ‘interesting, fascinating, amusing…’ and was a phrase for this page suggested by my friend Serge King. So this is a where I put anything that doesn’t fit anywhere else. So for example, things that are not blog related, directly Huna related or not original but that I consider worth sharing. Enjoy.
A Wonderful Gift and Way of Remembering a Great Time
The following is an example of a page of a journal created by Paula Brown at Chilightful. Paula attended a workshop I was at in Hawaii. After the workshop she presented all attendees with a copy of the wonderful journal of her drawings that she had made. It really captures the essence of the event in a way that words alone cannot. It was a wonderful unexpected gift. I really like the idea of capturing events like this and can see such a great use of it to capture stages on the someones personal journey of discovery. More of Paula’s work and contact details can be found at http://www.chilightful.com
Fascinating Images Provide Unique Perspectives
This image is one of many inspiring images taken from the NASA image gallery. Images like this evoke in me the sheer wonder of the Universe as well as providing a different viewpoint on the world. Sometimes it’s useful to shift perspectives on things and take ourselves out of our routine habitual thinking. For example, if you imagined standing on the moon looking at yourself way down on earth would it allow you to get a different perspective on something you might be dealing with?
Even The Smallest Action Can Have Big Consequences
This video provides a great metaphor for taking action no matter how small or insignificant. It’s amazing to think of the potential consequences that just one action tiny can have. If you ever find yourself thinking -‘why bother, what difference can I make?’ then maybe it’s time to change that way of thinking…..