Awakening Humanity to Oneness with All Nature (AHOWAN) has traveled to 49 states in this last year presenting their Nature Oneness Weekend Experience. The Center for Spiritual Living East HawaiĘ»i will host their completion of a 50 state tour on September 28 – 30 in Hawaiian Paradise Park at the corner of Paradise Drive and 31st Street.

On Sept. 21, 2011 Myshell Howler and Dr. Ron Landau left Dayton & Columbus, Ohio with of a 2007 Harley Road King motorcycle, a 2009 Honda Element, a 10 X 12 foot tent, a Stinger motorcycle trailer, and Daymon & Mia, their two dogs. After crisscrossing the nation and Canada they left their mobile Spiritual Sanctuary behind to fly to the Big Island.

The Nature Oneness Weekend Experience is a series of six workshops (all are children friendly) that can be taken individually or as a whole. It starts on Friday with Intentions and Oneness Blessing. The weekend continues on Saturday morning with Pet Behavior and Health as Oneness. This workshop leads us into Nature as Teacher & Guide into Oneness. Which then expands to a contemplation of World Religions & Nature as Oneness. Saturday ends with experiencing our oneness by Animal Spirit Drumming. On Sunday the weekend wraps up by experiencing and working with tools that allow us to continuously remove the illusion of separateness from our Living the Joy. A suggested love offering of $20 per session (though, no one is refused for financial reasons) will benefit the CSL building fund.

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About Hawaii Center for Spiritual Living

We are a Center for Spiritual Living. Our Center (previously named Religious Science Church East Hawaii) has been serving the East Hawaii community since 1986. We teach the Science of Mind (SOM), a spiritual philosophy developed by Dr. Ernest Holmes in the early 1920’s. We currently hold Sunday Services at 10:00 AM in Hawaiian Paradise Park on the right (when facing the ocean) hand corner of Paradise Drive and 31st Street. Be sure and check us out on Facebook; Center for Spiritual Living East Hawaii.

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