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Songs For A Young Queen

Songs For A Young Queen Album:

Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya/Dona Nobis Pacem (arranged by Piarei)

What A Wonderful World (by George David Weiss & Bob Thiele)

Embryonic Hara/Red Cabbage Song (by Piarei)

Orange Yolk Sun (by Piarei)

Live Your Life As It Leans On It (by Piarei)

In Every Moment (by Piarei)

Over The Rainbow (by Harold Arlen and Yip Harburg)

Dragonfly Cinema (by Piarei)

The Now Is All We Have (by Piarei)

Something In The Celery (by Piarei)

Giving Means Intelligence (by Piarei)

In 2010, Piarei (nee Helen) created a children’s picture book, entitled “Suriso” which is based on the Hawaii’ian Ho’oponopono prayer, and in 2016, after her NDE, dedicated the book to the Native Hawaiians/Kanaka Maoli. Having been initiated into Kriya Yoga (2007) and in the footsteps of Ghandi’s civil disobedience, in 2019, she found herself on Maui, living with a Native Royal Hawaiian family — talking to them and everyone native Hawaiian to learn more about Hawaiian history, culture, and its sovereignty activism.

On the beaches of Maui, on two different visits, she started to write and create an original all-ages jazzy-pop song album called “Songs For A Young Queen”. In early 2020, during Covid 19, she returned to Austin, TX to arrange the music and write an additional 2 songs. In the ukulele-footsteps of Isreal IZ Kamakawiwo’ole, the album also includes “Somewhere Over The Rainbow” and “What A Wonderful World”.

“Songs For A Young Queen” is dedicated to a dear part of her Hawaiian ohana, a 4-year-old Native Royal Hawaiian girl who could otherwise be queen, as well as to her child-self (her maternal lineage is royal under the Korean name ,”Suh”). Further, Piarei dedicates this album to all women, men, and sentient beings who are relationship/community-oriented, openly sharing wisdom/truth towards future generations, respecting nature, and therefore displaying their “inner” infinite feminine royalty. Piarei’s “Songs For A Young Queen” songs are about the Creator/nature, giving/wealth, self-esteem/nutrition, and breath/life purpose.

A percentage of the album’s profits go towards the Native Royal Hawaiian girl and her family.

You may inquire about pre-ordering “Songs For A Young Queen” (due out before 2022) by emailing piarei@piarei.com

The life of this land is the life of the people/and that to care for the land (malama ʻāina) is to care for the Hawaiian cultureIsreal IZ Kamakawiwo’ole

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Gold provides “dividends” to those who wear them daily as thin gold hoop earrings…

Every pair is one-of-a-kind and made-to-order… All sales are final.

The last day to order for the holiday season is December 10th, 2020. If ordered on or after the 11th, then the earrings will be shipped on or after January 9th, 2021.

Thank you for your purchases, kind words, and support.

The Hara: The Belly’s Inner Magic Button (VI)

“You need to wiggle your toes…” His gloved hand plucks a kitten off the floor and I approach them with a tumeric/coconut oil salve on a toothbrush. We’re on a mission to render these kittens ringworm-free.

The toothbrush lands on the kittens face and toes are wiggles; the kitten calms down in his hands.

So besides being a goldsmith, I guess I’m what a metaphysical person would label as a “medical empath”…which means I’m empathic and use that awareness to help heal others who want to be healed.

To those who haven’t read about my or other people’s writing on the hara, the hara is a location in the lower abdomen that is considered to be a “control button” for thought and therefore a gateway to longer lasting calm/enlightentment.

I’ve tested the toe-wiggling/hara connection, with many a person including my Japanese ESL students. Since the Japanese language has a consistent consonant pronunciation and our English language doesn’t (e.g. the “p” in “party” vs “phone”), they told me they felt nervous upon ordering Starbucks’ hot chocolate. The “o” in “hot chocolate” has two different pronunciations and the “a” sounds like an “i”. The baristas couldn’t understand them and they felt embarrassed not to mention, still in want for hot chocolate.

I asked the students to wiggle their toes as we discussed how the word “hot chocolate” has 4 real syllables and only 3 “truly pronounced” syllables. We broke down the syllables and recited them frontwards and backwards.

Being empathic, I felt their haras relax (I understand if this seems imperceivable, but the truth is Oneness, we aren’t our minds, we aren’t our bodies…I experienced this first-hand in my 2016 Near Death Experience)

Their pronunciations flowed.

…a palpable calm fell over our circle.

Love, Hbb