Pono & Puli

The divine powers of Ho'oponopono

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Pono and Puli

(Harmony and Blessing)

Birthdate: 'Apelila 12, 2015 (04/12/15)

The Power of Ho'oponopono

Pono (Harmony) and Puli (Blessing) are the Menehune’s ambassadors of peace and harmony. Pono is named after the Hawaiian Pono lifestyle of righteousness. Puli is a little Menehune Elf with leaf wings. Her name means Blessing, which she bestows generously upon all who are close to her.
Together, Pono and Puli perform the sacred, ancient Hawaiian ritual of Ho’oponopono.
Whenever there is trouble and disagreement between members of their Menehune Ohana (family), Pono and Puli appear to make things right again through the magic of Ho’oponopono.
They begin their ritual with a heartfelt pule (prayer) of love and respect to the Divine asking for health, balance and harmony to be restored:

E ho'olalelale ka 'ike, 'ike iho nei. E ho'olalelale ka wailua, wailua iho nei
Inspire the knowledge, the knowledge within. Inspire the spirit, the spirit within.

Gently batting her wings, Puli sprinkles fairy dust to clear the way for truth to appear and bestow blessings upon the Ohana.
Pono’s Ti leaf Ihoiho (torch) is the shining heart of love and forgiveness.
Pono and Puli never fail to restore peace and harmony among their Menehune Ohana. They also never forget to bring a gift of Aloha. Today Puli offers a big, sweet Hawaiian Kahiki (pineapple) and Mai’as (bananas) on her sacred Ohia leaf tray for everybody to share.
When Pono and Puli close their ritual of Ho’oponopono all troubles have been resolved and the Menehunes once again wear big smiles of happiness on their faces.

Open yourself to Pono’s and Puli’s Mana (spiritual energy)! They will shower you with blessings and perform a special ritual of Ho’oponopono just for you to manifest love and harmony within yourself and your relationships.

Pono’s Tutu (grandmother) wove her Mana and Aloha (love) into the Maile lei she draped around Pono's neck. Maile, the Hawaiian lei of eternal love, represents the umbilical cord to the spiritual world.
Tutu sewed Puli's blue and green dress and Pono's Malu (loincloth). She crocheted matching underwear and shoes, which she adorned with green crystals.
Pono and his Kuku (grandfather) made the Ihoiho (torch) out of bamboo and Ti leaves. They fueled it with Kukui Nut oil.

All these things were Kuku’s and Tutu's gifts of Aloha to their beloved Mo’opunas (grandchildren).

Pono and Puli are about 3.5” tall fitting in the palm of your hand. Their bodies are made out of stretch cotton and wired for flexibility. The eyes and mouth are intricately embroidered onto their faces. Pono and Puli have tiny little hands and feet, ears, buttocks, and a belly button.
All accessories were individually handcrafted.

Pono's and Puli's Manas (spiritual energies) are so intensely connected that they are inseparable. Holding hands, they happily walk through the beautiful Ohia forest rejoicing in the splendor of nature.

Pono and Puli are one of a kind collectible display dolls handcrafted by Hawaiian Dolls.
They come with their story and a certificate of authenticity.

Pono and Puli channel balance and harmony.