United States Air Force Thunderbirds


/^Messenger/^ Teacher''''

 /^Rainbow Warrior*.

~.~Thunderbird Clan`.`

..Owl^  Medicine^

Blended~ ".Fox + :'Tiger


~`For The Care And Healing Of Your Body, Mind, Heart And Soul`~

My journey began when I was born and raised in Hawaii, bringing in the old Hawaii energy. I am proud of my ethnic mix: Irish, French, Filipino, Spanish, South American Indian ,Arapaho and Navajo Indian, Persian and Turkish. I left Hawaii when I was 18 and began my experience as a Rescue Firefighter in the US Air Force.

 With professionalism and devotion through accomplishments of leadership and educator ability, that reflect, my credits, education and certifications. I was an Emergency Medical Technician and earned the Air Force Achievement Medal during my eight years of military service. It is my intention to give back-the best service I can, using my lessons learned, gifts, talents and military education.

On my continuing voyages, I have learned there are lessons to be found and there is no such thing as a coincidence or luck. Each experience is a lesson of; leaning, releasing, healing, giving, forgiving and accepting-balance. Healing myself was part of the plan. It's not always easy and it, always continues! I am here to serve and share. Within this service, I help guide those that want to go forward on their journeys through awareness to healing on different levels. To make needed and wanted change inside and out.

An added plus, I Share about the energy surrounding Sedona - scientifically and why this works metaphysically. I share of the Western, Native American and Hawaiian histories and folklore. 

I embody this by orchestrating guided walkabouts in nature. These walkabouts are customized according to each person's spiritual desires which can include Western and Eastern Healing Therapies. These tools come from a verity of ageless wisdom teachings. Receive your healing tools for continued use and to share with others. To continue forging the way ahead in preparation of the planting and harvesting in and for a good-life connected to creator, animals and plants, nature.

~Keia Ha No Maluhia~ = This Breath is for Peace 

One Hawaiian myth says that it was "Honu" (Hawaiian for turtle) who guided the first inhabitants of Hawaii to their new home. 

An ancient petroglyph that depicts a turtle with a vertical line drawn down its shell supports this mythology. Although there are alternate myths, a reverence for the turtle's prowess in navigation is part of the Hawaiian culture. Ancient Hawaiians believed that their "Aumakua" (guardian spirits) could take the shape of a variety of animals, including the turtle. It is said the great turtle Kailua would turn into a human female and appear to protect children playing on the beach from danger. Protected by a hard shell, equipped to navigate both land and water, capable of crossing oceans and exceptionally long-lived, it is no wonder that the turtle has been revered for thousands of years by cultures all over the world as a symbol of strength, stability and stamina.


Symbolic Meanings

The characteristics of the turtle are deeply intertwined with its symbolism:

Long lived, they are seen as symbols of immortality.

Capable of laying a hundred eggs at one time, they are viewed as symbols of fertility and creation.

Their protective shell is associated with strength, security and stability.

Their ability to travel thousands of miles is associated with endurance and perseverance.

The sea turtle's ability to return home connects them with guidance, good luck and faithfulness.

Their slow movement has some negative connotations, such as the decreased mobility of old age, but primarily the slow, dogged movement of turtles denotes steadfastness, as in Aesop's fable of the tortoise winning the race against the hare.


~The Fox Borrows the Tiger’s Fierceness by Walking with the Tiger~

`Adapted from an Ancient China Fable

~A fable is a short story devised to convey some useful lesson.

A distinctive feature of the fable is that it contains a moral truth.

"Some Chinese fables concentrate on a certain period in the development of Chinese

fables while others cover almost the entire history of Chinese literature up to the Qing


Fables have served to enrich the Chinese language and the morals of these tales have found their way into the language and are still in use to this day."

     Strength and Courage, the Tiger" 

         "Fierce like a Tiger"

   "Sly like a Fox" High IQ`~

A distinctive feature of the fable is that it contains a moral truth.

"A tiger caught a fox one day and was about to eat him. The fox said: "You cannot dare to

eat me. Do you know I am sent by god to rule over the animal kingdom? If you eat me,

you will be going against god's mandate. Do you think I'm lying? Come and walk behind

me. You'll see all the animals will flee when they see me."

The tiger followed the fox's plan walking behind the fox. All the animals fled when they

saw them coming. The tiger believed that the animals were really afraid of the fox. He

did not realize that he himself was the reason why the animals ran away.

In Chinese, the idiom 狐假虎威 is used to describe a person who uses another person’s power to manipulate or intimidate people."

Blending Tiger and Fox Medicine 

  The Fox Borrows the Tiger’s Fierceness by Walking with the Tiger

Blending~ '.Fox + :' Tiger  Medicine^

Tim Marshall, the author of "Worth Dying for: The Power and Politics of Flags"

 explains why American flags are reversed on military uniforms. 

"A lot of people ask, "why is the US flag reversed when it's on an arm patch of a US military?" Just as the US flag dips to no man or king and you will see even at the Olympic ceremonies, the American flag is the only one that doesn't dip to the head of state of the host country. Because — it's not a mark of disrespect to them, it's a mark of respect to the American flag. And they take it so seriously that it must always face forward.

Now, on a flag pole that puts the stars on the left-hand side next to the flag pole, that's the most prestigious position. On an arm patch, you are looking at it differently and when the soldier, or marine or whatever, marches forward, the US flag most face forward. It must not be seen to be in retreat. And so the stars are actually now on the right-hand side of their badge and so they face forward, just as it never retreats. It's always in its special position when it's flown on a car.

You might think this is taking things to extremes but when you really get to the bottom of flags, they are about extremes of passion and extremes of belief. 

And the Americans take their flag very, very seriously." And So Do I "="