Basic DNA introduces ThetaHealing technique and focuses on activating the 12 strands of DNA within each student.ThetaHealing-Basic-DNA Students experience an opening to the Unconditional Love of the Creator.
The focus of this seminar is the practice of techniques that allow you to change life patterns and beliefs, either self inflicted or externally imposed.
The student will learn to identify his/her own beliefs as well as to practice pulling them for others in the seminar.
Other topics and exercises include:
Learn why we create things in our life and what we learn from it
Learn discernment when working with guides and guardian angels
Introduction to manifestating in your life
balancing your moods
soul mates, waywards and implants
Seven Planes of Existence
The Power of Connecting to the Creator of All the Is
By the end of the seminar, the student is prepared to become a practitioner of the ThetaHealing Technique as a ThetaHealer®.
Seminar Includes: ThetaHealing Book and ThetaHealing Basic Practitioners Manual
This seminar is taught in 3 consecutive days. For full course description, visit here.
LOCATION: Hawi, Big Island, Hawai’i, the birthplace of King Kamehameha, the king of Hawai’i, is heralded by Hawaiians and locals as one of the most sacred sites of the Hawaii island chain. It is located on the northwestern tip of the island.
Hawi, meaning a breath of sweet air, is the main site for this Intuitive Anatomy class. Class will be held on Amy J.’s macadamia nut farm and healing space- both inside and outside. This location is situated along the northern side of the Kohala Volcano mountain range, where you will be able to enjoy daily views of Maui in the horizon, 2 acres of organic macadamia nut groves for relaxing strolls and meditations, organic homegrown produce and homegrown treats while exploring the Thetahealing technique.
Big Island, Hawaii has five volcanoes (Mauna Kea, Kohala, Hualalai, Mauna Loa, and Kilauea-currently active); the youngest of the island chain, and because of the volcanic activity, we have 7 climate zones: snow, desert, rain forest, temperate forest etc… Class is held on the dry but windier side of the island. Rain is not uncommon at night in some parts of the island; and if you are staying in higher elevation, temperatures can drop to around 40 degrees in some parts of the island. Temperatures during the day range between 65-80 degrees Farenheit each day, depending upon where you are; if you intend on exploring other parts of the island, pack accordingly. Our class will have a daily temperature of about 75 degrees farenheit.
Travel: Book flights to Kailua- Kona, Big Island Hawai’i (Airport code: KOA). You may also fly into Hilo; however, be aware that Hilo is about 2.5 hours from the class location.
Hawi is approximately 45 min-1 hour north of Kailua-Kona Airport on Highway. We recommend that you book your flights to arrive at least one day before the beginning of class in order to adjust to the climate and time-change.
We recommend that you rent a car while on the island, as travel to class will require a car or carpool. We are happy to coordinate carpooling between students; should any student wish to carpool, please let us know, and we can connect you.
Should you wish to travel by bus to Hawi, Hele-on is the cross-island bus service; however be aware that the Big Island is about 80% the size of Connecticut, with far less public transport. Please plan accordingly.
Accommodation: We recommend that you stay in Northern Kohala: in Hawi Town or Kapa-au, the next town over, near the beautiful Pololu Valley. Class is scheduled specifically for the low tourist season, and there are great deals available for students wishing to stay in a hotel or rent a room or house. We recommend: www.airbnb.com .
Additionally, check out the Kohala Village Inn, a lovely local inn, about 2 miles from our class site. http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g60582-d113125-Reviews-Kohala_Village_Inn-Hawi_Island_of_Hawaii_Hawaii.html
You are also welcome to book at other hotels along the Southern Kohala coast (north of Kona); please be mindful of commute time, and should you have any questions, please direct them to Amy J.
Directions from the airport to class location:
Turn left out of Airport onto highway 19. Continuenorth for approximately 26 miles. The road forks at Kaiwahae; turn left onto Route 270/ Kawaihae-Mahukona Road; continue for 19 miles until you reach Hawi Town. Drive into town, take a right onto Route 250/ Hawi Road. Drive approximately 2 miles until stop sign. Turn right onto Route 250/ Kohala Mountain Road. Take your first left onto Kainoa Road. Take an immediate Right onto Aina-U’i Road. Proceed up approximately ¾ mile. Pass a blue house on your left, turn right at Palm tree into 55-1116 A #2 in the back (see white sign on tree) Leave horse gate open, drive straight past first house on the right through a second horse gate. Pull up to green house. Welcome home!