Tuesday, November 06, 2007

Huna: The Three Most Common Mistakes People Make with the Huna Prayer

Keys to a Successful Outcome.

Here's how to get MORE from your Huna practice.

Simply put, the quality of your thought-form determines your success.

... so we're going to focus on THREE KEY ELEMENTS of an effective thought-form.

The Telepathic Mutual Healing Group (TMHG) has been very active lately and reports of success are up, so we'll use the TMHG article as our frame of reference. If you haven't done so lately, go back and re-read the article… go to http://huna.blogspot.com/2006/09/huna-world-wide-healing-network.html ... it's a good review of the Ha Rite process.

Steps Two and Three cover the creation of the though-form to be energized.

When creating your thought-form, keep these things in mind.

#1 – State Your Outcome in Positive Terms.

Remember you're creating your desired results

... so don't picture the problem, picture the SOLUTION instead.

Creating the conditions you want.

The most common mistake I hear takes the form "Send energy for my money problems." The only way to create a picture from that is to picture the problem. Think about how things will be when you have your desired outcome and describe/picture that.

#2 – Go to the END of the Process.

If you're trying to sell a house, don't picture people wanting to buy it … picture it SOLD …

... the papers have been signed ... the money's in-the-bank ... everyone's happy.

#3 – Suggest an Action ... NOT the "ability to act."

"I want to be able to run like I used to."


... do you want to be "able" to run or do you want to be running ... feeling good ... etc?

Picture what you will be doing, how things will be at the successful completion of your desired goal.


So take a look at your current project and evaluate your thought-form by these three keys. And, having done that, here are some other keys to consider.

  • Be as specific as possible.
  • Set a time limit.
  • Be in control.
  • Verify your outcome is ecologically sound and desirable.
  • Use the present tense.
  • Go for your dreams!

... and keep studying!


© 2007 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD

1 comment:

Sarah said...

This is really helpful for me, i am at he moment feeling something that i find it difficult to describe, something very good, it's as if all problems have gone away and solved simply by reading and understanding this simple guide.

Thank you! Thank you!