The Pele sculpture.
Inspired by Madame Pele herself, the Hawaiian volcano goddess.
KA WAHINE `AI HONUA is the poetic name for Pele, meaning “She-Who-Shapes-The-Sacred-Land“. She is the expression and embodiment of Divine Creative Power. In the Hawaiian mythology, Pele is the goddess of fire, lighting, wind and volcanoes. Pele is sometimes associated with destruction and violence. Goddesses associated with destruction are often misunderstood and perhaps even misjudged. When working with the Divine Feminine, destruction often equates to clearing away that which no longer serves us and may be considered part of the cycle of birth, death and rebirth.
Pele is more of a creative force, clearing the old and laying the foundation for new. Pele reminds us of our own dynamic creative power. We are reminded that we constantly create and shape our own life with the powerful energy that we project through our thoughts, words, emotions,beliefs and intentions. Within this awareness we are able to take responsibility and wield our creative power with clear focus and positive intention. In this way, we will create that which we actually desire to create and experience.