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"The touching of foreheads—this is an ancient greeting that honors the heart and soul of another human being. Amongst the Māori, it is nose to nose, forehead to forehead—called hongi. The Hawaiians call it honi, and it is practiced amongst the Tibetans, and the desert Bedouins. For the Priestesses of Astera, this is how we bless the Beloved. Third eye to third eye—sharing sacred breath." Excerpt from GAIA CODEX- A Novel and Ancient Wisdom Text Revealed

"The touching of foreheads—this is an ancient greeting that honors the heart and soul of another human being. Amongst the Māori, it is nose to nose, forehead to forehead—called hongi. The Hawaiians call it honi, and it is practiced amongst the Tibetans, and the desert Bedouins. For the Priestesses of Astera, this is how we bless the Beloved. Third eye to third eye—sharing sacred breath." Excerpt from GAIA CODEX- A Novel and Ancient Wisdom Text Revealed

Ukulele Fingerpicking Lesson: How to Play "Hallelujah" 11 months to learn - I want to use the 'Hallelujah Christmas' lyrics by Cloverton instead of the original lyrics.

Ukulele Fingerpicking Lesson: How to Play "Hallelujah" 11 months to learn - I want to use the 'Hallelujah Christmas' lyrics by Cloverton instead of the original lyrics.