It was an amazing gathering of 50,000 people at Ala Moana Beach in Oahu. People from various backgrounds gathered to send candle lit lanterns into the ocean in honor of their deceased loved ones. The ceremony itself involved the blessing of a Japanese Buddhist High Monk, a Hawaiian chant by Uncle Hau’ole, and a send off of canoes which gather the lanterns that have been sent out to sea. I felt enveloped by glowing comfort as I stood in waste high water, surrounded by lanterns with my future wife.
G. K. Hunter
Author of Healing Our Bloodlines: The 8 Realizations of Generational Liberation. This guidebook covers my discoveries while working with clients who courageously faced the cyclic abuse in their families in order to discover a more empowered and free expression of their lives. From families that survived the Holocaust to Irish Americans who didn't know their grandparents, each client story shares a piece of wisdom for those who find the courage to release the burdens of their childhood and claim their true gifts as adults. Join the group of Catalysts who are doing this deeper inner work. You are not alone. View all posts by G. K. Hunter