The Secrets and Mysteries of Hawaii Summary & Study Guide

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The Secrets and Mysteries of Hawaii, by William 'Pila' Chiles is a book about how people looking for inner peace and rejuvenation can find it in Hawaii. Writing under the name of Pila of Hawaii, the author writes of the beauty of the Hawaiian Islands, but this is not a travel book. Pila is more concerned with the mysteries of the Islands and how they may hold the answers for all of humanity. He continually refers to Hawaii as a Paradise and the most remote place in the world.

As a veteran of the Viet Nam War, the author experienced many emotional scars and spent twenty years trying to find himself. He had visited the Islands while on leave from the war. On the battlefield, he had a near-death experience and visions of places in Hawaii. Returning to Hawaii to live in the 1980s, he became interested in the culture and language of the people.

Pila relates the story of the Children of the Rainbow and how they lived in harmony and inner peace until they changed and began withholding wisdom from one other. Then the Rainbow disappeared and eventually the bad children were expelled from the garden. Before this, they had always experienced a link with the higher being. This link was broken when the Rainbow disappeared.

The book basically looks at ways people can work toward establishing this link. Pila states that the ancient Hawaiians believed that the body was made of energy. Colors correspond to frequencies or energy and every color of the rainbow can be found in the Hawaiian Islands. Each island has its own color or colors and these correspond to different spots on the body. People can go to different places on the various islands to revitalize their energies. He discusses where and how to do it.

There are certain places on the planet that are power vortexes, such as the Bermuda Triangle, the Egyptian Pyramids and the island of Hawaii. These places have special energy fields and function as a doorway in the time-space dimension. Some people feel that these doorways lead to a different dimension and that the ancients knew how to use them. Many of the sacred places in the Islands correspond to special energy fields and are linked to alien cultures.

Pila promotes these energy centers and the healing nature of the islands. This is one of the reasons why the Islands are such a popular vacation destination. People who are receptive to these energies find they are refreshed and rejuvenated in Hawaii.

The book is short and rather easy reading, although the reader will take the time to study the diagrams and charts and try to relate the content to his/her own life.

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