There is nothing like bringing new energy and life to your work. So, when I decided to refresh and reinvigorate the energy behind my business, I felt the need to re-brand. Previously I worked under my maiden name Jane Seaman (I am Jane Deacon now) and all the history that came with my maiden no longer resonates with who I am today. I will never forget my roots and experiences in my life, as they are what has made me. But, where does one start when creating something different and new that reflects who you are as a person and how you serve others? My business is about helping people to live a better life, so whatever I created needed to represent the energetic experience of the client journey.
The Magic of the Hawaiian Islands
Way back in 2002, I first visited the Hawaiian Islands. In particular, the islands of Maui and Kauai. It was a magical trip and personally transformational in so many ways. After that initial trip, I was drawn back to the islands time and time again. I clearly felt connected to the land and the energy, and I went through many deep healing initiations. Deep routed emotional patterns were cleared, and I felt a particular connection to the Goddess of the Moon Hina. Hina is a deity a powerful female force that governs the energy of the moon.
Many years later, my husband and I married on the island of Kauai with a traditional Hawaiian blessing. Even though we are linked to our ancestors here in the UK, we are now forever connected to the ancestors of the beautiful land of Hawaii.
Hina Hawaiian Goddess of the Moon & The Emotions
Hina is a Hawaiian Goddess of the moon which governs the element of water and our emotions. The moon controls the ebb and flow of the oceans. It also resonates deeply with the movement of emotional energy, female creativity, and the depths of female power. With each moon cycle, comes the opportunity to let go and then renew. We are cyclical beings and women in particular go through this natural cycle of birth and death every month.
Every moon cycle is different, with each new moon comes a particular quality of energy. This gives an opportunity to be born again symbolically speaking. The moon’s energy represents deep routed emotions. When feelings get buried over time as we are unable to digest and assimilate those emotions, they can cause havoc with a person’s health.
Meaning of Hina Light – the Moon and Sun
Hina Light is a name that came to light (excuse the pun!) by reflecting on the many years that I have worked with clients and the process that naturally happens during this work. Gently allowing a safe space for a client to discover the depths of their disruptive patterns, working to clear this negative energy in the body and the mind. Clients find strength and confidence, as well as freedom within their bodies to feel lighter and uplifted, with a sense of purpose in their lives.
Therefore, in the context of the name Hina Light, Hina means to go deep into the hidden stories, the deep routed mental and emotional patterns that are the cause of stress in life that are held within the body. Light literally means to shine a light into the depths, to release the power within, and liberate your soul to its true path. The light is the sun to its moon. Hina Light holds the energy of both masculine and feminine energies for balanced healing. This unique way of working combines physical body treatments, transformational coaching, holistic therapy, and spiritual healing.
The Power of Colour Vibrations
Hina Light has 3 primary colours and these 3 main colours came naturally to me as I intended my brand to reflect the qualities of energy that bring Hina Light to life.
Teal –clarity and clear insights of thought. Opening communication. Calming of blue and renewal qualities of green. The sky and the sea.
Magenta – universal harmony. Emotional balance. The passion of red and the quiet energy of violet. Creates a balance between spiritual and practical thoughts. Awareness of self.
Gold – illuminating. Precious. Sacred. Sun is masculine (Hina is feminine). High vibration yet grounding in its power.
The Symbolism of Flowers
Jasmine – Peace and meditation. Lighting the way for your goals. Wisdom. Peace and tranquillity. Higher aspiration. Buddhist energy. Spirituality.
Orchids – Moving forward away from stress. Real goals that aim for the stars. Lift higher. Deserve best. Focus on what can be achieved. Support, team, and forward aspects. Every step draws closer to goals.
Carnation – Whatever we put in we get out. Relationships help both parties find fulfilment.
Carnations are about love, Jasmine health and spirituality and Orchids moving forward.
All these components create the energy behind my work.