In ancient times, Kaua'i was regarded as a
sacred island where individuals were "invited
or called." Each area held special significance,
preparing you for specific work on your journey.
Hawaiians believe that all things sacred or
revered waited for the right time to be revealed.
It's the abundance of waterfall that are partly the
reason for Kauai being known as the Garden
Island. Some of the more spectacular falls are
easy to access, are the playgrounds of island
residents and some even have a lengthy history
of cultural significance and history. One thing is
certain, no two of Kauai's waterfalls are a like.
Some are powerful and tall others are delicate
and trickle but all are beautiful and unique.
Many people feel drawn to the lush green lands
and sparkling blue green waters of Kauai,
Hawaii. An ancient language speaks through the
winds, through the vitality of the
trees, and the
sacredness of the island itself, reverberating this
purity and wisdom.
Kauai offers a spiritual renewal that can be
received in the sweet taste of a tropical fruit, the
melodic ebb and flow of ocean waves dancing
through your toes, or the brilliance of the moon
and stars. Kauai flourishes as an example of
Divine balance, abundance and innate harmony
that we intuitively know we are all meant to
experience on this earth.
Kauai is known as one of the wettest spots on
Earth with Mount Waialeale receiving over 400
inches of rain each year. It has long been
recognized as Hawaii's motherland,
waters feed all the Hawaiian islands as well as
the entire Pacific rim, through an extensive
network of lava tubes.
Kauai is a Goddess-oriented culture that honors
the balance of both the masculine and the feminine
energies. Hula, the sacred dance of Hawaii,
embodies the culture's most powerful expressions
of the Divine Feminine and Kauai is home to the
two most sacred Hula altars in Polynesia, and to
many of the most sacred sites in the entire Pacific
Kauai, dwells in the peaceful Pacific as the oldest
among the Hawaiian Islands, about 5.1 million
years old. From outer space, the last light of each
day fades on the globe at Kauai.