New Thought Center of Hawai`i

A Sanctuary of Aloha for the nourishment, development, and evolution of each individual's unique spiritual path.

We are located at:

Pualani Terrace,
81-6587 Mamalahoa Hwy
Building C302 in Kealakekua,
next door to Antiques and Ice Cream (large red building on makai/ocean side of the highway.  From south we are on the left, just a few tenths of a mile past Konawaena School Road traffic light.

Phone:  808-323-2232

for email:   [email protected]

for mail: P.O. Box 333, Kealakekua, HI 96750

Our facilities are handicap friendly with lots of paved parking area.
Childcare is provided at Sunday morning services.

For more information about New Thought, a map and what we offer please visit our website at:

Our officers for 2020-2021 year are:

Pasha MacGregor, President
[email protected]

Stephen Goss,
Vice President
970 319 6900
[email protected]

Margie Bourgeois
Treasurer -
808 464-1625
[email protected]

Ramona Owen

Upcoming Presenters 
3/26: Richard Stevens, "Trail to Redemption: Kuleana, the Law of Attraction & Writing Your Life Story". Music by Darby Partner
4/2: Nancy Shipley Rubin, "Trusting Your Source". Music by Sakshi Zion. Afternoon workshop
4/9 (Easter): Julia Fairchild, "Sacred Sounds". Music by Dick Franklin
4/16: JinAn Wong, Tai Chi. Harp music by Mia Margaret.
5/7: Kumu Keala Ching, program & music, "Leo Hawaii--Hawaiian Voice"
5/14: Genevieve Brunet
5/21: Craig Villarrubia
5/28: Drew Womack, program & music​
All virtual events from the past are always available for you to view at your leisure.  

Events page or click HERE 

For more information about workshops  go to our Events Page

For links to archived speaker videos on YouTube, visit our Archives of Speakers

Live in person (see guidelines for attendance)


The ceremony will begin with community drumming, starting at 9:45. The main service will start around 10. The program will be live-streamed via the New Thought YouTube channel on March 19, beginning with drumming at 9:45. The service will take place on the lanai. Please bring your own mat if you want to lie down for the journey, and a drum or rattle if you have such ceremonial objects. (A few extras will be available.)

If you are participating via live stream, you can drum along with Kaimana during the pre-service drum circle, and create a space in your home for a personal equinox journey. A video will be available on the New Thought channel afterwards. The link to the channel ID is

Raised in Hilo not far from Rainbow Falls, Kaimana now enjoys living on the Kona coast near the ocean. He shares weekly outdoor yoga classes and Ho'oponopono ceremonies with people. He is an ordained psychic minister, a founding member of the Hilo Lightworkers Center, a Reiki Master and a Massage Therapist.

He has been drawn to the study of healing and spirituality from a young age. He took Pre-Med courses at the University of Puget Sound, and did post-graduate work at Fuller Theological Seminary. He has studied with Eileen Caddy, founder of the Findhorn Community, as well as Hawaiian wisdom teachers Harry Jim and Uncle George Naope.  Kaimana attended several of Hank Wesselman’s workshops at New Thought Center, including the final one in March of 2020.

Please join us in person in Kealakekua or by live stream this Sunday as Kaimana Lighthawk leads a ceremony in observance of the 2023 spring equinox. 

Participants will be invited to go on a shamanic journey, a personal meditative experience that includes a guided visualization and drumbeats of a certain rhythm, intended to induce an altered state of consciousness.​

Spring Equinox Ceremony