Mindfulness | Buddhist Meditation by Rev. Clyde Whitworth

Schedule
Saturday, November 18th at 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm


All Souls’ Day

Honor Your Loved Ones on All Souls’ Day

All Souls’ Day is a day when we pray for our loved ones who have died. Primarily a Catholic tradition, All Souls’ Day is now commonly recognized by the Eastern Orthodox Church, the Anglican church and a few other Protestant denominations. Catholics not only pray for all souls, but in particular the souls of those who are caught in purgatory undergoing a process of purification before entering heaven.

Come out to Valley of the Temples Memorial Park to commemorate this day by placing the names of your loved ones on our prayer board. Complimentary refreshments will be served and drawings and giveaways will be held throughout the day.

Call us for more information: 808-800-2662 or see the All Souls’ Day flyer.

 


Tea Ceremony & Ikebana By Mokichi Okada Association (MOA)

Approximately 50 years ago, Mr. Mokichi Okada proposed the Zuisenkyo (Land of Auspicious Springs) concept. This concept was of fostering psychological and physical health in people. Increasing the number of such healthy people would eventually lead to the ideal household and community.

MOA will present Bontemae Tea ceremony and flower arrangement to show the harmony within the pace of contemporary life. If you choose, you can experience the Jorei (cleansing body and mind) therapy by MOA licensed practitioners.


Blue Urchin Photo Studio – Shannon Rae

About the Artist, Shannon Rae

She’s been a natural artist her entire life. She spent her childhood in the high desert of New Mexico surrounded by the rich and diverse culture provided by the area. At age 8 she won the national Kellogg’s Cereal competition to draw your favorite character. She attended New Mexico State University and has continued training through various workshops and classes throughout the years. She is well versed in watercolor, pottery, and photography. She has lived in the Hawaiian Islands for almost 20 years.

She started Blue Urchin Studio Hawaii in 2003. She has been strictly selling her art photography since 2009.

Event Information

Where: Byodo-In Temple

Tuesday’s @ 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Friday’s @ 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Saturday, November 25th @ 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM


Yoga & Meditation At Ocean View Terrace

Event Information

Where: Ocean View Terrace
Cost: Donations are accepted.

Yoga Schedule
Wednesday 9:00 am – 10:15 am
Thursday 5:30 pm – 6:45 pm

Cost
Donation. Bring your own Mat

For more information, contact Sara at (808) 329-8811


Crystal & Pearl Jewelry – Emiko Hirata

About the Artist, Emiko Hirata

She is a jewelry designer. Her previous experience in retail sales in Waikiki extended her welcome to join the Temple Gift Shop of the Valley Of The Temples, LLC
(an affiliate of NorthStar Memorial Group, LLC, Houston, Texas.)

When a Swarovski crystal or a freshwater pearl is arranged with certain colored beads or glass, the colors and textures make the crystal or pearl seem to come alive. The beautiful colors and textures make Emiko feel very happy. She anticipates the pendant, necklace, earring or bracelet that she creates shall make the person wearing it feel very happy, too.

Materials: Crystals, Pearls, Precious Stones

Event Information

Location: Byodo-In Temple

Schedule:
Tuesday @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Friday @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm


Fused Glass Jewelry – Kyle Ino

The Artist, Kyle Ino

He is a full-time artist and who handcraft’s fused glass jewelry. He kiln-fire his creations in his home studio in Kapolei, Hawaii on the island of Oahu. He uses dichroic glass, art glass and recycled glass to make my artwork. These pieces are unique and one of a kind. 14k gold filled and Argentium Sterling Silver wire is used to enhance each piece of my jewelry. Earring posts are made of Titanium and are completely hypoallergenic.

“I am so pleased to share my Artglass Jewelry. Come and check out my work at an upcoming event or contact me for ordering information.” Mahalo nui loa! Thank you very much – Kyle

Event Information

Where: Byodo-In Temple

Event Days & Times:
Thursday 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Sunday 12:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Kyle Ino was born and raised in Hawaii. Having a background in ceramics, he has been producing art for craft and art fairs since 1986. Through the years, he has produced numerous different crafts, such as ceramic ikebana vases, raku and porcelain jewelry and polymer clay jewelry.


Chinese Watercolor – Daniel Wang

 

About the Artist, Daniel Wang

He is an exceptional artist, born in Shanghai, now resides in Honolulu. Daniel’s keen, sensitive eye combined with his gifted, skillful hands produce some of the Chinese watercolors available today. Exhibitions of his work have been held in Hong Kong of China, San Francisco, Canada, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, and Singapore receiving widespread recognition.

Treat yourself to a visual experience you won’t forget. Whether you prefer gushing waterfalls, romantic moonlit nights, singing birds, patient fishermen, or blossoms bursting with color, a pleasant feeling of peace and serenity may fill your heart. Daniel’s love of nature is expressed magnificently in each unique painting.

Exceptional works of art must have vitality and life, expressing the artist’s deepest emotional and intuitive senses. Daniel’s favorite technique is one which he developed utilizing the palm of his hand. This enables him to transmit more intense inner emotions into his work. Every painting is created with the finest materials to ensure lasting beauty. The brilliant hues you see today will last 300 years from now, providing an excellent heirloom to be treasured by future generations.

Invest in beauty and share with others the heartfelt satisfaction that may be attained by owning a Daniel Wang painting.

Event Information

Where: Byodo-In Temple
Event Hours: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Available Days:
Monday’s
Wednesday’s
Thursday’s
Saturday – November 4th & 18th
Sunday’s


Robyn Busfield – Book Signing

About the Author, Robyn Busfield’s

Her first book, “It’s Time to get Selfish,” published in 2006, was geared toward a better understanding of the Divine Wisdom within each one of us. Robyn offers the reader an ability to gain clear discernment in the difference between the voice of Love and the voice of fear. She also discusses how we can wisely infuse the Law of Attraction into our life while connecting deeply with this Higher Self within. The “selfish” concept leans toward the understanding that knowing intimately and working with our “Higher Self” benefits those around us; we fulfill our own needs and fill our own cup with happiness, which naturally overflows and extends to our loved ones.Where: Byodo-In Temple

Event Information

Where: Byodo-In Temple

Event Dates & Times:
Monday’s 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Wednesday’s 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Saturday, November 4th & 25th at 9:00 am – 4:00 pm


Sumi-e Art Demo – Hisae Shouse

Artist Hisae Shouse

Demonstrates the Ancient Oriental art of Sumi-e (ink painting).

This unique oriental art called Sumi-e literally means “ink painting”. It was brought to Japan from China during Kamakura period. Sumi-e requires only simple materials such as black ink, water, rice paper, and brushes. These simple materials can be used to produce an infinite variety of tones and dynamic quality of strokes on washi paper. Practicing the basic techniques of Sumi-e brings pleasure and enjoyment to the painter

About the Artist Hisae graduated from the Women’s College of Art in Japan with a Bachelors Degree in Fine Art. She studied under Master Kunpuu Ito, chairman of the board of the director at Nanga Association. She has exhibited in both Japan and Boston. She has taught Sumi-e-classes at the community college in Boston and Temari, Center for Asian and Pacific Arts in Hawaii, and Tradewind gallery in the Windward Mall.

Event Information

Where: Byodo-In Temple

Event Date and Time:
Friday, November 24th at 11:00 am – 2:30 pm
Sunday November 19th at 11:00 am – 2:30 pm


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