What brought you to Kauai?
How would you describe the healing you do?
I describe my work as a reset button, or a tool for transformation. Every session is a very individual experience, so its hard to describe it as a generality. What I can say is that we all have the ability and possibility to heal and transform whatever energy is blocking us and shift into our highest and best. What I love most is teaching people how to do this work on themselves, like the saying goes “teach a person how to fish and they will have food for life, give them a fish and they have one meal.”
What is your favorite thing about living on Kauai?
The beauty here continues to take my breath away 20 years later. I remember living in other places and noticing beauty but after a while, I would get used to it and it would sort of fade into the background. But here on Kauai, the beauty is so enormous that it is always present and seen. The mana, or life force here, and the presence of the loving Spirit of mama Kauai are my favorite things about living here.
Tell us a little more about women’s global peace alliance?
I’ve been holding weekly peace meditations for over 5 years now, tapping into theta brainwaves, feeling internal peace and witnessing global peace as a potential and possibility on this earth. The story behind this is too long to write here, but essentially if we can gather 9000 people and have everyone focusing internally and globally on peace, we make it a possibility for all of humanity, the 100th monkey effect so to speak. I believe that women need to step into their position of leadership with integrity and I believe the no woman ever wants her child to be at war. Women’s Global Peace Alliance is for all men, women and children and all beings, the reason the name has “women” in it, is to honor woman, and the divine feminine and birth peace together.
As a way to get the message across to as many people as possible, came the creation of Pepper Sauce For Peace, which is a hot sauce I make. I love to cook and create, and always knew there would be something that I make that gets on the shelves for sale, and once while I was picking peppers in our garden, I repeatedly kept hearing Pepper Sauce For Peace, and realized this is what I’m intended to create and put my love into. The tag line for it is “Focus on Peace, its a hot idea!” My belief is that whatever we focus on comes about, so let’s all focus on peace together. Pepper Sauce for Peace is a non-profit item created through Inter-Nation Cultural Foundation (INCF) 501 c 3 for which I’m the chairwoman. INCF sponsors and partners with numerous projects to benefit humanity globally.