Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Huna Mind Secrets ... The Kahuna "Waking Meditation" Stage One, Part I

Hakalau is the "waking meditation" of the Kahuna. One meaning of Hakalau is "to focus in and to spread out."

Hakalau is good for learning, disassociating, energy testing, teaching, seeing auras, etc. It's probably the fastest way to learn "alpha" there is.

"Daddy" Bray talked about how it was necessary for Kahuna practice, but he didn't teach HOW, and there were other Kahuna techniques for theta.

There's been a lot of talk about looking up just above eye level on the Huna Ohana list lately, and THAT'S WHERE YOU START ...


It's good to start in a room with a wall ... you might even want it to be the South wall, if you know what I mean.

Just pick a spot on the wall to look at, above eye level, so that your field of vision just meets your eyebrows, but NOT so high so as to cut off your field of vision.

As you stare at that spot, just let your mind go loose, and focus all of your attention on the spot until you notice your vision begins to spread out.

Let it spread out until you can see both corners of the wall (You'll begin to see more in the peripheral than you do in the central part of your vision, even though you're keeping your eyes "on" that spot).

Begin to pay more attention to the peripheral than to the central part of your vision as you allow your vision to spread down until you can see all four corners of the wall.

Relax and continue to let your vision spread back until you have (or seem to have" 180 degree peripheral vision.

Stay in this state for as long as you can. Notice how it feels. Notice the ecstatic feelings that begin to come to you as you continue the state.

That's the FIRST STAGE ...


© 2006 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD


in_search_of_grace said...

Very neat! Possibly cool and most probably nifty!
Keep going!

Manish said...


I have a query, what is a South wall ??

Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD said...

--- Manish wrote:
> I have a query, what is a South
> wall ??

It's simple.

You face South, looking at a wall.


Nessa said...

My question is....is it a south wall in the southern hemisphere too?

johnealrouse said...

Thank you great little exercise to get out of your mind space and into open space and joy

Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD said...

Aloha Neesa,

You wrote:
> ...is it a south wall in the
> southern hemisphere too?

Yes, it is.