Under the full moon, in the secluded Makapu'u Beach the moon will shine for us all and allow us to see the remarkable setting nature provides. Perhaps you have heard David Wolfe say that the ocean is the plasma of the Earth. At Full Moon Beach Bash #1, I actually felt it, like the water was thick. The moonbeams shining through the curls was unforgettable. Hoping to see that again! Activities include swimming and surfing (no lifeguard on duty) in the moonlight (bring a towel and warm clothes to change into if there is nothing else that provides light and heat to warm up with), an informational demonstration on how crystals used to relieve stress or anxiety or to make sun tea can recharge with the moonlight and start vibrating (bring some crystals that you may have), a moment of sharing raw vegan drinks and snacks, which is not mandatory (please explain what went in your coconut drink, nut mylk, juice, smoothie, or sun tea, how it was made, how long it took to make, ingredients, etc.), a moonlight ocean adventure to a blowhole right near the beach (bring slippers or shoes to get past the jagged rocks), and feel free to bring any instruments you enjoy playing like some drums or rattles. Bring warm clothing just in case. Do not bring valuables and leave them in your car. If your car has a sound system, better to drive another car or ride with someone else.