Xmas is almost here again, which for many is a time of reflection of what the year held for each of us and what difference did we each make to the planet. For me it was certainly filled with extraordinary events and adventures, learnings, movement, re-evaluation of values, meeting extraordinary beings, and so the list goes on. It has certainly been a year filled with embracing and articulating more of all that is important to me which can really be put under 2 phrases: Aloha Spirit and ‘Ohana.
As always, life reinforces to me why I do what I do, live how I live, teach what I teach. Whilst the journey always has it’s challenges, the joys certainly far outweigh the hiccups.
To all my ‘ohana -family, haumana, clients, friends, incredible beings who have crossed my path- mahalo nui loa for being a precious part of my life, and Murphy’s, and for encouraging and helping me to follow my pu’uwai,my na’au, my path, to keep striving to spread and live Aloha. I wish you all the most wonderful Mele Kalikimaka ( Merry Xmas) and Hau’oli Makahiki Hou ( happy new year). May you all follow your heart, your guidance with much aloha.
Remember too, to offer the compassion, caring and support to those who have perhaps had a challenging year and to the special little beings who don’t have a ‘voice’. Many of you know that I collect towels, sheets etc at this time of the year to donate to animal shelters, so feel free to pass them to me and I will deliver them, or do what you can to help these little beings and any beings in need. Be Aloha, Be pono
Me Ke Aloha Pumehana, Tracey and big Mana filled licks from Murphy