New Thought Center of Hawai`i

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

Attend in person (masks optional)

CLICK HERE to watch livestream on YOUTUBE 


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:
www.newthoughtcenterofhawaii.com

Our officers for 2020-2021 year are:

Pasha MacGregor, President
808-325-7441
[email protected]

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

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



Ramona Owen
Secretary


Welcome!
SUNDAY, April 14, 2024
10 AM
Upcoming Presenters 
4/21: Lee Shapiro, "Synchronicity & Miracles" Music by Mahina and Kristina. - Afternoon workshop
4/28: Kumu Keala Ching, program & music
5/5: Craig Villarrubia
5/12: Genevieve Keola Brunet. Music by Dan Brunet
5/19: Jean-Pierre Thoma, program & music
5/26: Marie-Rose Phan-Lê
6/2: Callie Kares Stand on Your Story: a Heart-Healing Transformative Journey
6/9: Kabira Lyon
6/16: Drew Womack, program & music
6/30: Harry Uhane Jim

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

Art as Spiritual Practice
Honoring the Creator in All of Us

with 
Vyana Reynolds

Music by Dick Franklin

What makes something art?
How does life become a masterpiece?

Can we ALL be artists?  

Some would say Art is novelty or mastery of something. Let’s expand and deepen, seeing art through a spiritual lense.

I believe we are here to experience art and create it from Divine inspiration allowing all that we touch to be kissed by the Spirit.   believe that we are ALL artists when we allow the spirit to flow through us – potentially in everything we do. So let’s find evidence of our artistry together. Feel free to bring a piece of art that you made for display or to share. If you don’t identify as an artist yet, come with an open mind to meet that part of yourSelf. 
Vyana (aka Heather) Reynolds has spent most of her life as an overachiever, filling up her resume with degrees, awards and
accomplishments to make a difference in the “justice” system as an attorney and to empower anyone who will listen to avoid that system whenever possible. She’s more interested in transformative justice and healing ourselves and our communities by rewriting the stories we tell. 

Vyana’s previously limiting beliefs about what it means to be an artist has stopped her from finding enough time to listen to the fountain of creative play that she carries. Finding new freedom, Vyana’s magical storytelling is brought to life on her websites. Her second children’s book was sent to the printer this week to help her remember the wisdom of the Hawaiian spinner dolphins with playful rhyming. www.MermaidTalesPress.com. She lives in Kealakekua with her partner, Bud, when she's not in the ocean as a mermaid enthusiast and visionary dreamer.  

Here's an image of the magical webs we weave with our inspired stories