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MUAISA HALE PULE

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Muaisa Hale Pule offers spiritually-conscious, transformational programs to teachers, healers, students, creatives, seekers, visionaries and travelers interested in personal growth and natural healing. An official 501(c)(3) chapter of the New Haven Native American Church (NHNAC), we do not engage in commerce and rely instead on donations and volunteerism for all our services.

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FOR DETAILS SEE OUR WEBSITE: www.muaisa.org
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Our volunteer program is open to all individuals between the ages of 18 - 56, who enjoy living in harmony with their natural surroundings. It is ideal for those who feel inspired to be of service, are willing to learn about and practice eco-sustainability, and find joy and fulfillment in personal growth and physical, emotional, mental and spiritual development.

Volunteers create their own work schedules and may contribute areas such as landscaping, gardening/yard-work, healing arts, web site design, videography, creative writing/screenwriting, housekeeping, carpentry, plumbing, electrical, construction, masonry or an agreed upon combination of these disciplines. Most people enjoy their experience with us and become an immediate part of the worldwide, Muaisa Hale Pule extended family, which is based in service, mutual respect, open communication, and celebration of enjoyment as the highest form of worship.

OUR LOCATION

Situated at 19.5 degrees North latitude in Kealakekua, we are located above Highway 11 at the 111 mile marker. We are approximately 11 miles south of Kailua-Kona and 19.5 miles from Kona International Airport. The shamanic grounds are 3 miles up slope (6 miles by car) from the State of Hawaii's #1 marine life sanctuary where Captain James Cook first discovered the Hawaiian island in 1778, and where pods of dolphins come almost daily to rest, feed, and nurse their calves.

At 19.5 degrees, we are perched atop of one of Earth's 10 major vortices. Ancients knew this place as "The Pathway to the God." It is a star gate portal, through which light codes enter the energetic matrix of the Earth and allow prayers and/or intentions made here to be "broadcast" to the world and beyond.

Whatever degree of involvement you choose to participate in when you offer to volunteer, just our location alone opens the opportunity for you to de-stress, commune with nature, and experience a break away from your everyday existence. It is a place at which those, who find their way here and are open to change, can re-awaken to a whole new sense of being and feeling more at home in the world.

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INQUIRE VIA OUR WEBSITE: www.muaisa.org
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TYPICAL VOLUNTEER

Muaisa Hale Pule is committed to diversity. Anyone between the ages of 18 - 56 is invited to apply to volunteer with us regardless of race, gender, social standing, spiritual belief, national origin or sexual orientation. All volunteers must be capable of being responsible for their own punctuality and attendance, for maintaining interest in their duties, and for their own mental, emotional and physical welfare at all times.

This is a FREE opportunity for anyone who is interested in engaging alongside our shaman/healers. It is likewise ideal for vital and active retirees or health practitioners in transition, people who wish to participate in community endeavors and offer support and experience to others.

ACCOMMODATIONS

Upon receipt of your completed application for one of the above programs, we will email you a list of nearby lodging options. (Application forms are downloadable on our website.) There is no camping or lodging on the shamanic grounds, however rooms are available nearby (.8 to 2.4 km / .5- to 1.5-miles) and have kitchenettes and/or access to restaurants, grocery stores and a well-equipped shared kitchen for preparing meals and snacks. You are also free to find your own accommodations elsewhere, if you prefer, and to commute back and forth to our area.

A few available room rates that we suggest are listed as follows:

* SINGLE ACCOMMODATIONS IN FEMALE OR MIXED DORM
$40 per night / $198 per week (off season)
* SINGLE PRIVATE ROOM / DETACHED, SHARED BATH
$42 per night / $252 per week year round
* SINGLE PRIVATE ROOM / PRIVATE ENSUITE BATH
$69 per night / $414 per week year round
* DOUBLE ROOM OPTIONS (add $3 per night)

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FOR DETAILS SEE OUR WEBSITE: www.muaisa.org
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VISA INFO FOR NON-US CITIZENS

The US "B-1 Visitor for Business" visa is generally available to members of a recognized religious nonprofit organization for participating in a "voluntary service program" of the organization. All who apply to volunteer with us are welcome to request membership beforehand if it facilitates the visa process.

Depending upon the "reciprocity agreement" between the United States and your country, the B-1 visa will be valid for anywhere between a few months to as much as ten years. It may also be valid for one or multiple entries.

WHEN TO APPLY

Positions are available now through the next six months. We encourage advanced planning as we operate on a first-come-first-served basis. Summers, Spring Break and the winter holiday months are our busiest times.

HEALTH & LIABILITY

It is expected that all volunteers are of adequate physical and emotional and mental health, and that each person's general health will allow them to fulfill the responsibilities they have chosen to undertake. Moreover, everyone at Muaisa Hale pule is responsible for their own health care treatment and costs.

Prior to arrival at Muaisa Hale Pule, all volunteers are asked to demonstrate that they have current health insurance coverage in place. International Volunteer Card (IVC) at the link below offers an effective $29 insurance package that is suitable for this purpose and covers accident medical, dental, illness, trip delay, baggage loss or delay, and all the bells and whistles for volunteers for up to 60 days. Moreover, IVC donates a significant portion of their proceeds to humanitarian projects.

https://www.volunteercard.com/compareplans/

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TO BE CONTINUED. . .

For more information, please visit our website at http://www.muaisa.org where you can see photos, learn more about us, and download a volunteer application form. We encourage advanced planning as applications are accepted in the order in which they are received.

Till then becomes now. . .

A hui hou (Till we meet),

Muaisa Hale Pule
www.muaisa.org

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WHEN

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WHERE

990 Halekii Street #2334Kealakekua, HI 96750

(19.518148,-155.92068)
 

SKILLS

  • Web Design
  • Video Production
  • Horticulture
  • Gardening
  • Landscaping
  • Carpentry

GOOD FOR

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REQUIREMENTS

  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 21
  • Orientation or Training
  • Open to all with 1- and 2-month stays available
  • All volunteers are required to show proof of health insurance

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