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4th Annual Flow Festival

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Location Pahoa
Dates February 02, 2018 - February 04, 2018

From 4th Annual Flow Festival Website:

The 4th annual Flow Fest will feature over 45 artists, speakers, visionaries, workshops, Ceremony, Hula, Cultural presentations and of course the Bana Kuma Prayerformance.

The symbol of the fire in the water is significant to Puna, Hawaii because Puna is the home to the most active volcano in the world. It is a unique experience for residents and visitors of Puna to witness the lava flowing directly into the ocean.

If fire and water elements can combine and work together, they have the best chance of making the most desired impact. The two elements can have such subtle differences that they can be hard to delineate from one another. They create a fascinating duo.

The fire in the water is also a significant symbol to Chris Berry's Bana Kuma. It signifies the ultimate and achievable balance. Chris Berry's Bana Kuma honors specific characteristics of each of the 4 elements of Earth, Fire, Water and Air broken down into three (masculine, feminine, androgynous). In Chris Berry's history of Bana Kuma, there were four original tribes of humans. There was a time when all four coexisted harmoniously together. However, the Fire and the Water tribes began to fight when they disagreed on whether BLOOD belonged to the fire element or the water element. This began the war that has carried on to this day. In practicing Chris Berry's Bana Kuma, we celebrate the notion that we are alive in a time when we can manifest the healing of these two elements and honor the space for blood to exist in both fire and water at once. Furthermore, this is where the magic can really happen - when fire and water work together to achieve common goals.
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