Spiritual icons Ram Dass, Alan Cohen, Lei'ohu Ryder and other speakers and performers will participate in DeMystifying 2012, a celebration of awakening to unity consciousness, on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 29 (9:30 a.m. to sunset) and 30 (8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.), at the Kanaha Beach Park Canoe Hale.
A variety of speakers will share their insights, as we experience the many shifts along this never before traveled path to ascension, as foretold by the Mayan, Hopi and Incan Elders, event organizers said.
Topics include a "New Visions for the World" panel with Rev. Kedar St. John and award-winning poet Ayin Adams; "Introduction to the Hopi Prophecy;" Drunvalo Melchizedek's latest teachings; "Sustainability - A Return to Simple Living;" "Our Lemurian Legacy;" "Releasing Your Old Programs - The Wisdom of Margaret (Meg) Hoopes," and more.
Spiritual icons (left) Ram Dass, (right) Alan Cohen, Lei‘ohu Ryder and other speakers and performers will participate in DeMystifying 2012, a celebration of awakening to unity consciousness, on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 29 and 30, at the Kanaha Beach Park Canoe Hale.
Estaryia Venus will provide healing through sound vibrations with celestial chimes. Hawaiian Kupuna Aunty Pua Mahoe will speak about sharing aloha. Wendy Kennedy and Susan Leland will channel divine guidance from the 9th Dimensional Pleiadian Collective and Ascended Masters Sonanda, Ashtar and Sekhmet.
Music will be provided by Sundance, Ryder, Blue Mountain and Rev. Kedar. Kumu Ka'ipo Park will perform "Healing Hula" with her haumana.
Great food and lomi lomi massage will be available.
The event is sponsored by the Pacifica Indigenous Grandmothers Council of Maui and Aloha in Action. Proceeds from the event will fund local nonprofit projects, such as kupuna care, keiki mentoring, traditional healing and referral services, and global projects, such as a potable water well for a village in Kenya and support for a school in the Philippines.
For a full schedule and list of presenters, go to www.DeMystifying2012.org or call (808) 281-2912.
The price is $200 for the two-day event; the kama'aina rate (with ID) is $95.