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The Great Hawaiian Protector

Our monks enjoy a blessing from a Hawaiian Aumakua, an ancestral guardian.

To the Hawaiians the owl is a protector and guide, held as sacred. This sentiment is encapsulated in the saying "A no lani, a no honua" meaning "Belonging to heaven and earth."

5 Responses to “The Great Hawaiian Protector”

  1. Panshula Ganeshan says:

    Amazing! Aum Namah Sivaya.

  2. Easan says:

    Stunning photos. That first one is deva tyerehnabe timing, isn’t it?

  3. GAYATRI RAJAN says:

    This is a gift indeed. Where I live, in the forest, we hear the songs of several different kinds of owls. A blessing!
    Thank you.

    Jai Kailasa Paramparai!

  4. shakti mahadevan says:

    I love this picture! ( gives me chills to look at it) and lined up right with Gurudeva!!

  5. Rajendra Giri says:

    Jai Gurudeva!

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