Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach Introduces Self-Discovery Program

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Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach is introducing the “Plant Your Intentions” experience at the start of 2019. Available starting the second day of January, the package is designed to guide visitors to self-discovery via an astrological reading, dream board workshop and symbolic native tree planting.

The trip starts with an astrological phone reading from the Debra Silverman Astrology method, which combines esoteric (soul-centered) law, astrology and psychology. Hokulani Beale, a student of Debra Silverman's, is going to use this approach to help travelers tap into their emotional health. The resort will provide a session reading and noted copy of their chart for future reference.

People who stay at the resort can apply their new knowledge when they go to the Alohilani through a two-hour private workshop with life coach Tiare Thomas who founded Aloha Dreamboard. The program is designed to dig deeper via guided visualization exercises, a journaling session and a Lifeboard Dreamboard that can be taken home.

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Through Alohilani’s collaboration with Hawaiian Legacy Reforestation Initiative, intentions will be “planted;” that is, the property will plant 100,000 trees across Oahu and the Big Island to contribute to reviving the native ecosystem. On a trip to Gunstock Ranch, travelers will see the scenic coast and finish-off by rooting their intentions into the soil by planting a tree. The experience will be recorded into a video.

The “Plant Your Intentions” package is available for $935 per night, accommodating two guests for a minimum of three nights. Additional nights and guests may be added to the package. 

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