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Huna is ancient. As much as 35,000 years old, it is the healing and spiritual art the ancient Hawaiian people used for personal development, healing and spiritual connection. Their philosophy of love and blessing, being in harmony and making things right created a society where mental illness was virtually unknown until the arrival of the white man in 1820 when its teachings were forbidden and became secret. Today, the Huna teachings are no longer secret, and we can now empower ourselves with their timeless wisdom.
Much of the power that comes from Huna comes from their understanding of our true nature, the energy, or mana, of all life, and the relationship between conscious, subconscious and Spirit. Huna has a remarkable understanding of psychology, inner wounding and healing. Huna is not a religion, but is very spiritual in nature. Its principles reflect the underlying oneness of all creation, the power of thought to direct energy and the importance of the present moment where all choices exist. It offers us a true blueprint for self-empowerment and personal transformation.
Huna is alo based on flexibility and love. Healing occurs when conflict and stress and minimized and love is restored. This works in the world, among relationships and in our inner being. Ho'oponopono is a powerful process of restoring harmony in this way. As harmony is restored within you, it is reflected in your world and peace and joy are restored.
One purpose of the Huna teachings is to increase life force, or mana in your life. It takes energy to heal and grow, and increasing your mana provides this fuel. This life force is power, which can be directed purposefully to heal and create what you want in life.
The combination of these teachings provides you with a simple, loving path to self-empowerment, healing and growth. You have, within you, the power to heal and make the changes you desire and Huna will show you how and lead you to peace, love and joy.
Ho'oponopono means to make right. Essentially, it means to make it right with the ancestors, or to make right with the people with whom you have relationships. We believe that the original purpose of Ho'oponopono was to correct the wrongs that had occurred in someone's life including Hala (to miss the thing aimed for, or to err, to disobey) and Hewa (to go overboard or to do something to excess) which were illusions, and even 'Ino (to do harm, implying to do harm to someone with hate in mind), even if accidental.
This description is by no means a complete training in how to do Ho'oponopono. While appropriate to do for yourself, for yours and others safety, it should not be done with someone else without training.
For example, let's say your five-year-old grandson punched another five-year-old intentionally with hate in mind. If asked, then the one who was punched would forgive the other immediately, because it is inappropriate for anyone to carry guilt any longer than they had to, if it were not necessary.
We call this the Hawaiian Code of Forgiveness, and it's an important thought, because when we forgive others, who are we forgiving? Ourselves, of course.
If you are familiar with Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), there is a saying, "People are only doing the best they can with the resources they have available." If you've heard that before, it has to do with forgiveness. Think about it. As you do consider that you are included in "people."
In the Eastern traditions, too, there is a real tradition of being aligned with and cleaning up relations with the ancestors. In Japan, China, as well as the Hawaiian tradition, it is thought to be important to align and clean up any past problems that you've had in relationships, especially with relatives.
At the same time, perhaps there are family patterns you do not want. Certainly you have heard the saying, "We just don't do that in our family," or "That's the way it is in our family." What happens then, is that certain generational themes get passed along in families, like sadness or any number of different traits. Ho'oponopono will allow you to clean this up.
THEORY: We carry inside us as parts of the Unconscious Mind, all the significant people in our lives. (These parts of us often look very much like Carl Jung's archetypes.) Ho'oponopono makes it "all right" with them. The process of Ho'oponopono is to align with and clean up our genealogy as well as to clean up our relationships with other people in our lives.
The Process of Ho'oponopono:
- Bring to mind anyone with whom you do not feel total alignment or support, etc.
- In your mind's eye, construct a small stage below you
- Imagine an infinite source of love and healing flowing from a source above the top of your head (from your Higher Self), and open up the top of your head, and let the source of love and healing flow down inside your body, fill up the body, and overflow out your heart to heal up the person on the stage. Be sure it is all right for you to heal the person and that they accept the healing.
- When the healing is complete, have a discussion with the person and forgive them, and have them forgive you.
- Next, let go of the person, and see them floating away. As they do, cut the aka cord that connects the two of you (if appropriate). If you are healing in a current primary relationship, then assimilate the person inside you.
- Do this with every person in your life with whom you are incomplete, or not aligned.
- The final test is, can you see the person or think of them without feeling any negative emotions. If you do feel negative emotions when you do, then do the process again.
A = AO
L = LOKAHI
O = OIAIO
H = HA'A HA'A
A = ALOHA
As a code of conduct, a way of acting.
As our power grows to a higher level, our capabilities will grow, too. The paradox is that as our own power increases, we use less and less of it. The more powerful we become, the more powerful our words are, the more attention we need to pay to what we do with our actions, thoughts and words. When we become totally powerful, we don't use it at all.
A = AO
Appears as AO, NA AO, NA AU AO
- Light - In our behavior, one of the things that we need to do is to look to see that all of our behavior moves us toward the light. Therefore always ask: does my behavior lead me toward earth-ing my energy or toward enlightenment? So we should be acting in a way that leads others and ourselves toward the light, in the direction of the light with watchful alertness.
- To look - HO'O AO to look for right time and right place. To pay attention to what's happening around you, look outside self, being circumscribed (meaning appropriate in all occasions). Someone not circumscribed will act silly and talk, talk, talk... And when we talk we're not listening. Interesting people like to overwhelm us. Interested people listen to us. So, look around and take everything in. Pay attention!! You have to choose whether it is the right timing to say what you have to say out loud or not.
L = LOKAHI
Oneness. Oneness among us. All is one. We need to support the people that are with us on the path. Anything less that 100% support is sabotage. Oneness requires being PONO and ONE with everybody. PONO means, if you've got something with me, come and tell me. The process can be done inside self and outside in person. Get together and talk it out. (KUKA KUKA) If you are "inside" you can't look to the other person to see if you're PONO. This is why it is very important to know how to listen and look across rather than talk and look inside.
"Every breath of air coming out your mouth, sucks your eyes out."
O = OIAIO
I'O = truth. Tell the truth. Most of us are too polite to tell each other the truth and by this action we actually don't participate totally in the process of constructing our Universe. Apart of the fact that we put this message out as being all right, we hold back a part of us and we don't have total truth. Therefore we can't have Oneness. Withholding something back is just not allowing us to be one with anyone.
We can't have LOKAHI without full OIAIO. If we don't trust people with the same goals & aspirations as ourselves, that are on the same path, then who can we trust????
H = HA'A HA'A
Means to be humble. HA'A HA'A is a very important concept in being aware. Ego is a big trap in the spiritual evolution. The minute you think you know something, you're ruined in spiritual matters. The only reason you're not saying the truth is ego. "He doesn't deserve the truth". If you play the game of power you'll always have to know more than others. If you're playing the game of showing off, you'll always have to have more than others to show.
On the other hand, the more you're putting out there in terms of sharing with others, the more is coming back to you, and accordingly you get more and more energy coming to you. Remember to remain humble. If you think you know more than others, then you have to prove it, and the minute you have to prove it, it becomes power and the minute it's power it's not the last A...which is:
A = ALOHA
Absolute, true love. The minute you think you're better than somebody else, the minute you make comparisons, judgments and spiritual judgments, you separate yourself from the true Love. In that moment you give up the spark of divine essence that comes from pure spirit, the love that we are, all of us. The minute we make comparisons, we're not HA'A HA'A. According to the research, Elizabeth Kubler Ross, wrote in a book: "before you go you're going to be asked: Did you love enough? Did you learn enough?"
Many of the Advanced Huna Techniques are involved with the process of working with gods & goddesses, and with casting spells. As one advances in Huna it is also important to be protected.
We all have access to all of the gods, angels, and teachers. You have assistance to do whatever you need, to do. And they're ready to assist you.
If, however, you feel you are held back by negative entities or negative energies, look again. This time look inside. You'll probably find it's your own negative emotions that hold you back. As soon as you remember who you really are (light, love, joy, and happiness) the negative energies loose their power in the light. Remember, focus on what you want.
If you are doing Noho with an entity of the light, you will quickly find that it will not use "should." It will never tell you what to do. It won't judge you. Higher level guidance does not judge. Expect to find only love there. You will find that a higher level being will discuss, lecture, etc. -- but not judge. Beings of the light will be all love.
Just remember who you are! Remember you're a being of light. Send the negative energies light and love. Love will always triumph as it is the most powerful, and it cuts through the negativity.
To protect oneself from unwanted energies, you have to remember one paradox:
It is important to know, for the purpose of understanding how things work, is that the World is as you think it is. Reality is relative to the observer. Truly the basis of all shamanic practice is that your world is a reflection of your beliefs. In the Middle Ages people believed the world was flat and before that they thought the Sun moved around the Earth. These were the beliefs of those times.
Even today, we believe and we're confident about many things, but we know only what we perceive through our 5 senses. The world is what we think. As we change out perception (therefore our beliefs) our universe changes as well.
If you believe that you're broke, hopeless and a poor helpless victim, this is going to be your world. Michael Talbot, the author of The Holographic Universe showed us how "spontaneous remission" could occur by holding in mind the right belief therefore transforming illness to health. Think for a moment of how many important changes YOU made throughout your life by becoming aware of different choices.
While the world is what you think it is, the shaman goes a step deeper. You are projecting the play called "your life" through your decisions, beliefs and choices day by day. Everything in your awareness is a reflection of you and your beliefs. Therefore what you perceive to be "the truth" is only your experience Ð through your own filters of what we call "life".
Since perception is projection, any unwanted energies are simply unresolved material at the unconscious level. Alan P. Lewis, the "Golden Kahuna, "says that " it is wrong and negative to hold onto the extreme fears. When you and your subconscious are agreed that it is time to remove and release them, wipe (them] clean..." (Lewis, 1983)
ॐ Namasté - Blessings!
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