World of Empowerment
362: Dimensional Self Repair

362: Dimensional Self Repair

May 29, 2021

Ahonu goes vulnerable and deeply personal with a soul encounter that needed help.

361: The Horse Poop Realization

361: The Horse Poop Realization

May 22, 2021

This is called the horse poop realization. Let me explain. Over the last couple of weeks, I've done a couple of podcasts from Sedona, Arizona, where we spoke about being focused. Today I was mucking out horses, as is the norm for me here in Southern California, and I had a realization I want to share with you.

Scooping poop (or mucking out) is one of the most meditative exercises you can do. It helps by allowing the focus of attention to take place while doing something mundane. And rather than complain about doing the mundane all the time, it allows the door to open to some other possibilities.

Over the last few weeks we've been talking about "focus" all the time and we fail in all kinds of different ways because of life going on, children, families, work, business, politics, and the rest of it, all taking our attention.

So if we can somehow use the opportunity that life itself is teaching us, and that is to do what we're doing in the moment, stay just in the moment all the time. This has been preached by many people in various ways all through the years. And that's the realization I had, that the more we stay in the moment, the better we are with everything.

360: Pete Spates on Struggle

360: Pete Spates on Struggle

May 15, 2021

Listen to the cowboy from Jones Creek, Texas talk about struggle. 

359: The Angel of the Forest

359: The Angel of the Forest

May 8, 2021

Ahonu presents his short story entitled "The Angel of the Forest". 

358: The Grand Canyon intrigued Aingeal Rose & Ahonu

358: The Grand Canyon intrigued Aingeal Rose & Ahonu

May 1, 2021
Welcome to Aingeal Rose and Ahonu’s Tours of sacred places. We are at the Grand Canyon in Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona.
The energy of this place is clean, powerful, inspiring, and it’s rejuvenating, especially when we’ve all been so suppressed. The Canyon is magnificent. It has beauty and grandeur. It uplifts your spirit and gives you faith and hope that beauty and love still exists.
At 11 miles wide, this place is enormous, and deep, and the multiple layers of rock show millions of years of earth history. The Grand Canyon has the Colorado River running through it at the base. When you’re on the South Rim, you’re on the upper part of the canyon and you’re looking out over rocks and cliffs and plateaus and trees... and depth.
They offer excursions down into the Grand Canyon. You can hike, ride a mule, take a horse, you can even have a helicopter bring you down. There’s a summer resort down at the base by the Colorado River.
We drove along the rim of the canyon road which has several lookout points where you can get out, stand over the edge, and take pictures. And as beautiful as the Grand Canyon is for tourists when you first arrive, it’s even more exquisite as you move along down these lookout points. The canyon’s vastness is amazing. It has lights and shadows when the sun changes position, and I had fun counting all the faces I saw in the rocks; many of them looked like giant faces to me. 
Sometimes the cliffs look like rock temples. Sometimes it feels like a kingdom. It makes you wonder, because they’ve found caverns within the Grand Canyon that have hieroglyphics in them. Some ancient civilizations lived there, and there’s even rumor there are entrances to Inner Earth from deep within the Grand Canyon. You get that feeling when you’re there.
The cliff faces change color by the hour and by the season. The colors change from red to white to dark brown and black. Green trees growing in the distance on the upper plateaus of the canyon complete the panorama.
As people walked by, they commented on how beautiful the Grand Canyon was. I cried when I first saw it. We needed to go some place beautiful. We needed to be in this energy because we needed our spirits revived, and the immensity of the Grand Canyon did it!
The Grand Canyon with Aingeal Rose & Ahonu
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