Kauai- The Third Eye Island
Kauai is situated north of the seven islands where the “Third Eye” chakra would be located and has a very feminine and creative energy, a very spiritual quality. Many people have found their true calling while living or traveling through this island. Is almost like She has a magical way of showing you what you couldn’t see by yourself.
Join internationally recognized medium Apryl Nicole for the 3rd annual spiritual retreat in the tranquil island of Kauai for an intensive workshop of Psychic and Mediumship, along with spiritual excursions to the Kauai Hindu Monastery, 88 Shrines, Private Sound Bath Healings, and a secret excursion on the North Side. Apryl Nicole has 6 years of beginner to advanced teaching experience and hosts regular development workshops and classes in Huntington Beach, California. She specializes in retreats, as she loves to travel and share her spiritual experiences she has gained along the way.
During this intensive workshop you will learn:
Blending the Clair’s | Strengthening your Evidence | Water Alchemy
Platform Etiquette 101 | Working with Confidence | Fire Alchemy
Raising your Vibration | Remote Viewing | Chakra Calibration | Grounding
Spirit Verbiage | Empath Management | Healing Techniques | Meditation
And so much more…
Kauai’s Hindu Monastery
Kauai Aadheenam, also known as Kauai’s Hindu Monastery, is a traditional South-Indian style monastery-temple complex on the tropical Garden Island of Kauai in the Hawaiian chain in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. The head of the monastery, called the Guru Mahasannidhanam, is Satguru Bodhinatha Veylanswami.
This powerful spiritual sanctuary was founded in 1970 by Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami (1927-2001). It is the home of Bodhinatha and his order of swamis, yogis and sadhakas from different nations. The monastery is the headquarters and theological seminary of Saiva Siddhanta Church. It is also home to Himalayan Academy, Hinduism Today magazine and Hindu Heritage Endowment.
Two traditional Saivite Hindu temples are located on the monastery’s 363 acres, Kadavul Temple and the San Marga Iraivan Temple, a rare, all-granite Chola-style temple currently being carved in Bangalore, India, and assembled on Kauai. The lush temple grounds are home to granite murtis of Dakshinamurti, Hanuman, Shanmugam, Narmada Lingam, Murugan’s Shakti Vel, Ganesha, Nandi, the Guru Parampara and more.
The monastery’s religious tradition is the Nandinatha Sampradaya, which follows the monistic school of Saiva Siddhanta. The lineage is known as the Kailasa Parampara. The philosophy is called Advaita Saiva Siddhanta or Advaita Ishvaravada, known in English as monistic theism or panentheism. Monistic theism simultaneously accepts that God has a personal form, that He creates, pervades and is all that exists and that He ultimately transcends all existence and that the soul is, in essence, one with God.
Lawai International Center, a non-profit community project, is an archaeological and cultural treasure in a valley that has long been recognized as a healing sanctuary. In 1904 the first generation of Japanese immigrants built 88 shrines replicating an ancient pilgrimage of 88 temples in Shikoku, Japan. Today, it is the only such site existing outside of Japan and is one of the oldest Buddhist temple sites in the country. Volunteers are bringing these shrines and this valley back to prominence as an international center for compassion, education and cultural understanding.
Grandma’s footsteps have lead the way to the rediscovery of the important historical and spiritual significance of the Lawai Valley.
The initial project phase of the Lawai International Center focuses on the restoration of 32 acres in the Lawai Valley that once was the site of the Hawaiian heiau, a Taoist temple, a Shinto shrine, and a Buddhist temple. Today, this property still contains 88 Buddhist shrines, the likes of which are not found outside of Japan.
Upon completion, the Lawai International Center will consist of several phases that will dovetail with the next and will result in a place that honors and remembers the distinctive collective history and spirit of the Valley.
The initial project phase includes purchase of the property, the restoration and reconstruction of the existing shrines, and the building of an information center and Pavilion of Compassion.
The second phase will consist of a gathering pavilion, landscaping and a parking facility. The pavilion will house an educational display on the distinctive historical and religious role of the Lawai Valley. This pavilion will also provide an appropriate environment for educational, musical, artistic, and dramatic activities that will serve to inform, instruct, and inspire residents and visitors alike.
Queen Emma once wrote of the special healing powers of the waters of Lawai. And so it is that something, which not only drew the ancient Hawaiians to this valley but the successive immigrants as well. And something compelled them to make that valley a place of worship as well.
Some people say that the true spirit of Aloha can be found in the smiles of children or in the eyes of the people of Hawai’i. The Lawai Valley stands unequaled as a place of Aloha, where all people were welcomed and gathered for comfort, learning and healing.
This retreat is hosted in an intimate setting of Poipu in the majesty of ocean and sand. Be enveloped in the tranquility of this home adorned with the ocean breeze. With 5 beds and 5 rooms, each room is spacious and beautifully decorated to cultivate the energy and spirit of Hawaii. Then after a fun-filled day of spirit work, gather on the balconies of this glorious house and enjoy the magical rainbows and sunsets.
This retreat has 2 single beds and 3 King sized beds. Once singles are booked we will only be offering shared king size beds. We suggest booking with a friend unless you are comfortable with slumber party accommodations.
These accommodations also include one free day to play or explore.
The total cost of this retreat is $1777.00
There is a nonrefundable deposit of $500 due immediately upon booking
Second Installment of $500 is due by May 15th
Third Installment of $500 is due by July 15th
Final Installment of $277 is due by August 15th
The cost of this retreat covers:
Lodging for 5 nights | Meals and Snacks
Workshop | Materials | Hindu Excursion
Poipu is a short drive from Lihue Airport.
A rental car is recommended otherwise LIFT and UBER are accessible on Kauai.
Location address will be disclosed upon booking