Sunday, October 22, 2017

EnerQi device

The reason I am calling these EnerQi devices is because I hope that they use the Qi that is all around us. I am writing this blog as a letter to my granddaughters, maybe one day when they grow up this might be very important. I hope it contributes to a healthy and happy earth!

    I first got this "infinity Fibonacci spiral orbit" design on December 25, 2015, I remember being so excited and that it drew out easily on an egg! I was very happy and felt like it was something very important. I call it that because it goes around and around like infinity, but makes a Fibonacci spiral on either end which also make a sort of shape like a heart. Yet as you follow it around and around you come back the other way but in the process you are in an infinite orbit!

      Here is the developed EnerQi device at October 20, 2017. It has been developing for that long with ideas coming in ever once in a while, and with experimentation on my part and on Peter's part with the resin work. So it came to be a collaboration with both of us, Grandfather and Grandmother! (Since the first thought we have now 2 beautiful granddaughters)

       The interesting thing about this is that I had that same excited happy feeling when I felt like this was it, the finished product! I think it is charged by the sun, the moon, and the stars. I also think it is directed by your mind. Well now is the time to send them out to have us experiment and see how it feels, hopefully it will attract helping and compassionate humans / etc.!

      These have kyanite crystals, lemurian crystal, copper wire wrapped in the "Infinity Fibonacci spiral orbit" design that came to me on the egg, a bit of gold, all encased in a resin pyramid. Also it has the very important ingredient of both Grandfather Peter and Grandmother Lupita working with our hands many hours, thus putting in our personal enerqi!

     It was April 6, 2017 when this developed, where I made the copper wire wrapped into the shape of the " Infinity, Fibonacci spiral, orbit" design that I drew out on the egg earlier. Then I put the lemurian crystal inside, and realized it was fitting in like a battery! That was my other happy excited moment!

      This is so you can see easily what is inside the EnerQi device.  Aloha and love from your grandparents!

Thursday, September 7, 2017

Saturday, September 2, 2017

Saturday, November 7, 2015

Dia de los Muertos


            I am not so sure if this is normal grief behaviour, but I really like going to my mother's new gravesite.  I go about two times a week, I change up the flowers, rinse out the water, and put fresh ti leaves. I was looking around my yard for some flowers or foliage and I saw the little hawaiian hot chili peppers, I thought, "these look pretty" so I cut a branch for the arrangement. I can never use them all anyway.
        This day I was setting up the ti leaves and chili peppers and over walked two nene geese to visit, I took pictures. I talked to them in nene goose language, which sounds like the sounds that they make at me, hooonnn, hooonnn, hooonnn. When I make those sounds I think of what I mean to say, so I was trying to say hello, how are they? I ask them permission to be there, as that was looking like their territory, and say thank you for letting me, etc. They came so close, looked at me, then went on their way down the hill.
          Now for the curious part of this story, when I went back three days later, the chili peppers were all gone! Even the ones that had fallen on the ground (notice in the picture). I'm like, "whaaaaat?!? Who took the chili peppers? It couldn't be chickens, because they don't eat them in my yard. Perhaps live humans, (which would be fine because I have too many for me to use). Perhaps the nene geese ate them, (which would be so odd to me, because those little hawaiian hot chili peppers are very, very hot!) And they would have eaten all of them! Wow!
         Let's see, another possibility could be that the spirits enjoy hot chili peppers, as it was during the time period of the celebration of "Dia de los Muertos". It does seem to me that they are getting more familiar with me, and even that they are starting to like me, (I always ask permission to enter the graveyard, please, and I say "excuse me" to all the graves as I walk by them.)
        Well, whatever the conclusion is, I plan to take another branch of peppers, in part as an experiment, and part as an offering. Mainly because I am glad someone is liking my Hawaiian hot chili peppers!

Sunday, August 17, 2014

Party in Paradise

    Some things that I imagined so long ago have now come into really happening in this dimension of life. Such as me swimming with the dolphins, I did this painting long time ago thinking that I was painting an imaginary self of me flying above the dolphins. Now that is exactly what I do when I get to visit with the real spinner dolphins, I swim and watch as they swim by, and I dive down under the water when they want to visit me and check me out. I can see them and feel their energies and I imagine they do the same with me. I love them so much and I imagine that they love me too..

    How about the children's book I wrote when my daughters were baby girls called "Party in Paradise", I imagined the baby girls out surfing with the Spinner dolphins and sea turtles and Monk Seals and even a shark who wanted "fish frosting " on his cake. They all came and had a party with the girls in the bay. Well now, when the Spinner Porpoises come in to the bay, the whole town it seems go out to "play" with them. The humans bring their little children on paddle boards and kayaks to see the dolphins. The dolphins bring their baby dolphins to show to the humans and everyone gets so happy, we all are having a "Party in Paradise"!

Friday, January 31, 2014

Yes, Wolfy is an Iwa Bird now!

       I have not written any stories on this blog for a while now, actually there is a lot to catch up on. First off I see my last story was about Wolfy as a Kitty, well it did turn out that we saw her, both Peter and I. We were surfing at Anini, we were the only ones out as the waves were very small, it still was summer. Down swooped an Iwa bird right over us!  I had been telling Peter that Michie said to look for an Iwa bird with a heart on its chest. We both looked up, curiously looking for a heart, and both of us saw it! We were both a little bit perplexed as we both said "There was a white heart on its chest, but it was upside down!"

        As I wrote before I was really too sad to tell the story, I missed Wolfy as a Kitty too much and I kept wishing for her to come back as a kitten again. I had to accept her as an Iwa bird, this did take some time. As we went into the ocean we would see her flying high above us, or swooping down right over us, always with such fun and vigor, as if she were surfing in the sky. My heart began to soar along with her. All through summer we would see her at Anini, just one Iwa bird. Then as Fall began we went to surf another spot around the crater and I would see her with a whole gang of friends. Sometimes we would scold her, "Naughty Wolfy!"  We saw her swooping after another little bird to steal the fish from it. Well, that is what Iwa birds do, but they can get their own fish too.

        One time I heard a little eek eeeek sound, I looked up and I made the same sound back. I wondered which bird was making that sound, all I saw was one Iwa bird. I thought that was a funny sound for such a big bird to make, but it was, it was just Wolfy flying around us, saying in a little high pitched voice, "eeeeek eeeeek!" Ha ha, that was when I was practicing to talk in their languages, meaning my wild life friends, so I replied in my own high pitched voice, "eeeek eeeek!" back to her.

        My heart feels much better now, I know when Wolfy as a Kitty fell from the tree, she was all broken up and crippled. Now as an Iwa bird I see her flying free, freer than ever she could do as a kitty, so I am content to let her be. I have stopped thinking she will come back to us as a kitten. Since then the cat next door has moved in and adopted us, but that is another story.

Today I found some of the wild orange lily bulbs, next to one I saw blooming. I was able to dig them out with my hand so I brought them home and planted them over Wolfy as a kitty's grave, and some over Rosie's grave. Then I painted some trucker hats with the orange lilly I had picked.

Last week this thought did come to my mind, about when someone close to you dies. "You didn't lose them, because they are a part of you."

Sunday, July 21, 2013

I need to tell the update story on Wolfy, well she died, again. I was too sad before when it happened but it did happen. She didn't even live as a Kitty for two years, but she got to run free and climb trees and stay in the house all night with us, sometimes even in our bed! Well I have to say she was the best pet we ever had as a kitty, or at least that is what I think now because I still miss her. I am just waiting for her to come back again. I just hope she learned a lesson to be at least a little bit more careful and not so daring! She really tested her Kitty body and in the end I think she was trying to be like the birds she saw flying. She would jump from the branch of our starfruit tree to the roof and back to the branch to get off the roof, There in lies the accident that took her wonderful little kitty body, maybe she thought she could fly. Now I wonder, is she a bird? Perhaps an Iwa bird as they are black with white chests. Michie says I should look for an Iwa bird with a white heart on its chest.