The people from the beautiful seaside city of Maluhia know the secrets of being happy, healthy, and peaceful. And now, thousands of tourists are flocking towards the island to find out how they can live that way, too. Little do they know; the answer is simple. It’s also right in front of their noses.
In twenty-six charming stories, you will find messages that shine brightly and awaken greater awareness in readers who are young and old. These stories create the vision of how the world can truly become a happier and more peaceful place to live. They also convey how important it is to support our children’s positive imagination and beliefs, and allow them to be themselves so that they will go on to create a better world for all of us.
Maluhia is a wonderful place where children and adults will want to visit again and again to remind themselves that they can be happier. If you come often enough, you just might find yourself living in a paradise of your own.
"Thank you, God, for putting the book Maluhia in my hands, I loved it. I am deeply grateful to have found "the easy way" to be connected with you, and to solve my problems. Thanks Mabel, for the book, it is a beautiful way to continue learning more, about Ho'oponopono. I ask God to be able to live on Earth in the same way as in Maluhia".
"Aloha My hearts! This is more than a story, it's a miracle. As usual, before going to sleep, I was reading to my children a chapter of the beautiful book Maluhia. My kids love it! When we read it, they always interrupt in order to make their observations and tell me their similar experiences. Then came a moment when I was impatient of how much I was being interrupted and I already wanted my little three-year-old to go to bed. At one point, my son grabs a bottle of water and drinks a little, uncovers it and spills it on the carpet and then in his pajamas. I was very angry and I told him in a severe tone to go change his clothes. He left crying. My girl, 7-year-old Victoria, was supposedly looking at a toy catalog the entire time behind my back and as she was still looking at it she tells me: Mommy, if you get mad at Rodrigo and make him feel bad in his heart for something he has not done with Intention, you’re not practicing Ho'oponopono, and if you’re not practicing Ho'oponopono you can't read Maluhia. I felt bad, I tried to calm down wanting to continue reading but couldn’t, I looked at the book and saw the lines but couldn’t pronounce a word, I began to practice breathing and with every breath I felt that the book did something with me, cleaned me, until I noticed that I was able to read again. Curiously, after Victoria described what happened to me, nobody did or said anything, they were all quiet and my little boy stopped crying. When Rodrigo came back, we hugged and apologized. It was amazing to see how my children have captured Ho'oponopono without me explaining anything. After reading we always say The Peace of Me and I notice that they take that peace to their dream world. Thank you, God, for tremendous teachers you’ve sent me. Thank you! Peace of the self". -Romy, Austria