my Journey with Mother Maui 3

Uncovering a Sacred Site at Oluwalu

” When we walk in the footsteps of our Authentic Self all of Humanity benefits”

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After a week under my belt (well 4 days), I can honestly say that I now have a Refreshed View of my Journey with Mother Maui.

1.)  This is not a Race or a Mission, it is about letting go of “Reality” and just spending time in Nature

2.) This is about me Remembering my Authentic Self, Reconnecting with my Higher Self, Being in the Now, Being Adventurous, Being Alone, Seeing things from a Different Perspective, Finding my Walk, Dancing in Joy and Freedom with the Goddess

3.) Cutting out all Communication and technology connected to the “Real” 3d world, Facebook, Texting, etc for 4 full days

4.) Walk fully in Faith with Trust, Believing without Fear

5.)  When WE walk fully Present, Dancing with the Goddess we are a Blessing everywhere we step.

 

Day 2-4 Iao Valley and Oluwao visits.

So it’s the end of week 1 and I was able to spent two days in Iao Valley and two days at Oluwalu. Just connecting with the energy, relaxing and stepping into my intention plus reminding myself that this was not a race.

I left Iao Valley on day 2 feeling like I had completed something, having a knowing in my gut that it was time to go. I did a blessing, offering and Gave my Heart at attempting a few Sacred Hawaiian Chants.

I left with no new downloads but with a Total Relaxed Silence in my Brain.

Which is a pretty weird and amazing feeling all the same.  My brain space was large, open, uncluttered, and relaxed.  To leave knowing that my “job” for now at least was complete was a nice feeling.

I felt called to go hang out in Wailuku which is Maui’s capital and full of Beautiful old Historic Buildings with a touch of drugs and riff raft. Waluku is at the base of the river that flows through Iao Valley.  I really had no thoughts other than spend some time in this little town, and that there is is no rush.

As I have learned a lot of what we do is done on a spiritual level and not physical. I have learned not to question if I do not get a vision or answer right away. I believe that the answer is there and comes into our subconscious when the time is right.

So as I enjoyed a fabulous late lunch at a cute coffee house I felt a bit exhausted and still found it odd that my brain had little to no thoughts. The rest of the day, I drove around with no place in mind to go to, and again had no thoughts. The rest of the evening and next day at Oluwalu was the same, no thoughts. I can honestly say this is has never happened before;)

The next morning I headed out to Oluwalu, which is a small town on the west side before Lahaina. You walk about a half mile inland to this Large Red Lava Hill with over 100 Ancient Petroglyphs.

Wall of Petroglyphs

Wall of Petroglyphs

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To my surprise there was a beautiful creek that I could have relaxed at for hours, maybe do some dancing too.   I did ask my companion to join just this one time. For some reason I felt he was suppose to come with me my 1st time. So, I was a bit rushed but relaxed in the same knowing that this was only day one.

Oluwalu Creek

Oluwalu Creek

I didn’t even visit the Petroglyphs until we left.  I was called to an area past the Petroglyphs within the first few min of being in the area. We followed a trail along the backside as it spun around and around getting higher and higher with beautiful views of West Maui Mountains on one side & Views to Lanai overlooking the ocean on the other.

Back side Trail of Oluwalu

Back side Trail of Oluwalu

Lanai in the distance

Lanai in the distance

We continuing to follow the trail until we ended up on top of the Hill that contains the Wall of Petroglyphs.  To my surprise (not really) I found what appeared to me to be an Ancient Heiau. I knew there was something deeper to this place.

Heiau on top

Heiau on top

I also noticed that the Wall that holds the Energy Center looks Man made. In researching Oluwalu afterwards nothing speaks of a Ancient Heiau in the Area and calls the Cliff a basalt cliff (which means it is made in Nature).  I have been to the Ancient Cites in Peru and seen Giant Rocks fit together that still has Scientists looking for answers.  To me this Wall Fits the Bill.

Petroglyph Wall

Petroglyph Wall

 

Petroglyph Wall

Petroglyph Wall

Petroglyph Wall

Petroglyph Wall

 

Petroglyph Wall

Petroglyph Wall

Afterwards we stopped along the Oluwalu Beach Area for a Connecting Visit and Some Photos.  Camping and Surfing at Oluwalu has been a Very Big Vision of Mine before I stepped foot on Maui!!!   I am excited to Dive into and Live this Futuristic Part of My Dreams. (next week)

Oluwalu Beach

Oluwalu Beach

Oluwalu

Oluwalu

 

My Favorite Pic of the Mountains and Sacred Site looking inland

My Favorite Pic of the Mountains and Sacred Site (looking inland)

 

View of Lanai

View of Lanai

The 4th day I went and connected, meditated, swam and enjoyed the water rushing up to my feet and under my chair at Oluwalu.  I met a Nice Family that was visiting and out in the Water while we swam they told me (without me asking) about this walk they went on around the War Area of Iao Valley and where the Royal Ali’i are buried.

I love when Spirit Speaks Through Others!!!

I took this as Comfirmaton of my Time in these areas, but I am not rushing to conclusions.  I am excited next week to camp, surf, dance and continue to connect with the land and energy here in these Power Places.

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Thank you again for your Love and Support

With Warm Aloha and Starlight,

Annalisa

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