Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Your Center for Energy & Healing Therapies

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Self Initiation Energy Healing

The Huna World Convention is coming the week of October 18-24, 2009.

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Mahalo!

--Vince


© 2008 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD

2009 Huna World Convention October 18-24, 2009
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Monday, November 03, 2008

The First Kahuna Halau in over 120 years!

Aloha y'all,

If you've been studying the Authentic kahuna Tradition for a couple of years now, you've probably noticed some of the posts relating to "The House of Teave" and the "True Legacy of the Kahuna" and all that sort of thing over the past 18 months.

"House" is only one interpretation of the Hawaiian word Halau ... so you know that "The House of Teave" refers to something other that an actual house.

... it is Halau in every sense of the word.

Way more than just a "school" or a "meeting house" or "filling your house full of friends."

... in fact, we're referring to MORE than simply "an esoteric field of the Temple Ho'omanamana!"

On October 3rd, I got my "final initiation" in preparation for the 2008 Huna World Convention last weekend, where we did establish ... for the very first time in over 120 years ... a complete and authentic Kahuna Halau according to the regular ceremony dating back more than 10,000 years.

So ... not only was it "kind-a-fun" ... and perhaps the greatest opportunity for spiritual evolution up until now ...

... we also achieved the full-circle-of-completion as outlined in the Kumulipo.

And that means things are only going to get better!

So, enjoy!


--Vince

© 2008 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD


See ya' next year!

... at the 2009 Huna World Convention

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... space is limited.

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

How to Stop "blocks" from holding-you-back Quickly & Easily Forever

Are you "sick-and-tired of feeling sick-and-tired?"


... does this sound familiar?

--- In Huna Ohana "stuydaze" wrote:
> Over the past few years the blockages have been gradually getting more
> extreme, and despite many good options in my life, My income,
> relationships, achievement and pretty much everything, are becoming
> more and more blocked. I'm in a fairly unhappy place right now, as
> you may imagine.
> A lot of the gurus, particularly LOA, say the limitations are within
> ourselves, but I'm not feeling it!

--- In Huna-Ohana "julid93" wrote:
> I feel the same way! What is the answer????
> I've read and read every self help book known to man and I
> can't seem to advance either....in ANY area of my life.
> I'm weary and frustrated.

Aloha y'all!

Here's your answer!

Yeah ... I might be "a little late" in replying, but that's OK ...

... because it's worth the wait!

Wanna know "the fun part?"

... here's the fun part:

I've already started teaching you "how-to-do-it."

And ... if you haven't noticed it yet ... I'm always teaching that way.

"Why?"

Well, I've gotta make sure you're paying attention!

You have to "pay attention!"

... because you'll never learn anything of value unless you pay attention!

To me, that's the only way to do it!

So ... I started your lessons almost a week ago, if that's OK.

The Lessons on How-To Find & Eliminate the Blockages ... which up-until-now were "holding you back" ... Quickly & Easily Forever began with post #16498

Here's the link:

http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/Huna-Ohana/message/16498

Of course, it's FREE ... simply because this is so important!

You only have to "pay attention."

... and keep studying!

--Vince

© 2008 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD

* Nana I Ke Kumu
... "Look to the Source"


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Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Nana I Ke Kumu

--- On Wed, 10/15/08, Renata González wrote:

> Hi Rev:
> Thanks for your information. I really appreciate it. Please take a look at the
> book: "A course in Miracles", you may be astounded by the similarity
> to Hoponopono's teachings.

Aloha Renata,

Not "astounded" really ... because ACIM and Self I-Dentity Ho'oponopono are based on the exact same source material.

Helen Schucman and William Thetford were introduced to Huna mid-60's when they read Max Freedom Long's The Secret Science Behind Miracles.

Max was looking forward to his retirement years, so Schucman and Thetford started producing their early text ... originally called "Urtext" ... which was later developed into ACIM.

I remember when they ordered my Dad's 12-week course on the fundamentals of Huna.

Soon afterward, they "dictated" the book, ACIM ... from an "inner voice," described as coming from a "divine source."

Well ... the "divine source" was The Secret Science Behind Miracles.

Jane Roberts did the same thing at around the same time ... writing "Seth Speaks" within a year of reading The Secret Science Behind Miracles.

Dad is a stickler for paperwork and keeping accurate records ... so we're never really "surprised" at all when "revolutionary" new books that hit the pop charts "introducing" the Fundamental Huna Principles by different names.

Joe Vitale has recently made a fortune by doing the exact same thing ...

... in fact ... entire pages from "Zero Limits" are copied word-for-word out of the Huna Newsletters.

Look ...

... I'm not saying "they're thieves" ... I'm not saying "they're liars" ... I'm not saying "they're completely dishonest."

I'm just saying I've got a filing cabinet full of complete records from the Huna Research Associates over the years.

I used to browse through it in my spare time ... very interesting reading!

But that's OK.

I don't mind people getting-the-word-out about the powerful Kahuna system to the general public.

That's a good thing!

... and when people are "truly prepared" ... you'll return to the source. *

--Vince

© 2008 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD


* Nana I Ke Kumu
... "Look to the Source"


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Monday, October 13, 2008

Huna Magic

--- On Wed, 10/8/08, Robert Anderson wrote:

> Greetings: A couple of years ago I happened upon a copy
> of a book by Madeline Morris about Huna magic. I was
> intrigued. I even practiced some of the rituals she mentioned,
> but I didn't have any success. I had some real problems with
> visualization, so I assumed that it was operator error. Someone
> stole the book so I don't have it anymore.
>
> I do believe that the Hawaiians, and other peoples of similar
> genetic makeup, have a powerful magic, but there is
> something that has always bugged me (although I do not
> wish to come across as some sort of jerk for mentioning it).

Why not?

> If the Hawaiian magic is so strong, then why were the Hawaiian people nearly decimated
> within a hundred years after the Europeans, and then the Americans, arrived on their
> shores?

There is a HUGE difference between "Hawaiian Magic" and "Kahuna Magic" ... especially what came from The House of Teave!

> Why weren't they able to stop the problem? And the American Indian didn't fair any
> better with all thier spiritual rituals and so called native purity.
>
> I do believe, but I think it's a valid question. Thank you for your imput.

Good question!

In the Kahuna System, it is pretty simple.

... you just need to look more closely at the History.

I do have a couple of posts on my blog http://huna.blogspot.com/ and on the Huna Ohana group http://huna-ohana.com/ which explain the important difference concerning the "Kahuna Class."

Look it up ...

... and keep studying!

--Vince

© 2008 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD

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Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Huna Ha Rite & the proper way to word affirmations

--- On Tue, 9/23/08, Mark Kirby wrote:

> This is in regards to the post Vince put up a while ago where he stated:


    "Pretending everything is the way you want it ALONE can actually
    set-you-up for "failure" ...because your unconscious KNOWS what
    is "real" ... what it is experiencing NOW. Huna does not use the
    practice of saying "I am healed here and now" ... because that can
    set up conflict between your selves . . . or worse. But ... having done
    your Ha Rite ... you know that you are being healed in that part of
    the future that is being molded NOW."

> Now, If you cannot say in your Ha Rite "I am now healthy and slim" or
> "I now have a successful career as a writer and a loving spouse" then how
> does one actually word the huna prayers so that there is no conflict with
> the unihipili and the uhane, between bringing your wish into the present
> but not confusing the time line? This may explain a lot of things I've been
> dealing with and why change and realization is slow in coming.

Aloha Mark,

The "time element" screws-up plenty of otherwise well-formed manifestations.

So all you need to do is re-mind-your-un-conscious-mind when now is ... and which "now" you're talking about.

Got it?

> Can anyone give any example of the wording of the affirmations one
> does during the Ha Rite or any type of prayer or manifestation exercise?


When you do it right ... it works every time.

The Master Key is discovering how your unihipili comprehends time ...

... that's about a two-hour class ... but it's worth it!

So ... what you can do right away to effectively deal with "the time element" ... consider which now you're talking about when.

You can find plenty of good articles on how to do the Ha Rite effectively by searching the message archives.

Now.

Here's a simple example:

Instead of "I am now healthy and slim."

... which is practically guaranteed to fail.

Test THIS instead.

... "It is January 7, 2009, and I am now healthy and slim."

THAT's the Thought-Form you want to use in your Ha Rite so your Aumakua High Self can place it in the future where it belongs now!

Got it?

Keep studying!


--Vince

© 2008 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD

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Monday, October 06, 2008

Manifesting Your Ultimate Reality

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Saturday, September 27, 2008

Message to European Huna Students ... or Anyone Outside the US

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It has been declining steadily for six years against other major currencies, undercutting its role as the leading international banking currency.

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© 2008 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD

Saturday, September 20, 2008

Spiritual Growth: Connecting with people who practice Huna

"I vow to use Huna for the highest good of every being."
-- a Huna Prayer



"What was important to me is the Extended Family and the
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home.”
—Roger Martin (MA).


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You're going to LOVE it!

--Vince


© 2008 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD

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Thursday, August 14, 2008

Higher Self Therapy

OK,

If you've studied anything about Huna, you should recognize some simple truths ...

  • You are connected to your High Self.

  • Your High Self always loves you.

  • Your High Self will help you if you make a specific request.
Therefore ... your High Self will resolve unconscious issues hidden in your unihipili or your energy body for you.

The essential format of Higher Self Therapy involves you making a conscious agreement with your unihipili to make a change.

Step 1: Identify the project you're working on.

What do you want to change?

Now ... your High Self recognizes the causes of any given condition, and HOW to remedy it. And ... because your High Self understands your true nature ... you want to involve it because it also has a higher understanding of the consequences of any given action.

The book Recovering the Ancient Magic has an excellent section on the nature of the High Self and its higher thinking processes.

Step 2: Verbally affirm your agreement that it is OK to allow yourself to experience the release and healing on this project with the help of your High Self.

As you clear out those old patterns, you want to prepare yourself for the future ... a time when a
situation arises that used to trigger the old pattern, but now triggers you to accept guidance from your High Self instead.

Very important.

Now. ...

Step 3: Allow your High Self to do it's job of changing that limiting pattern into a new empowering pattern that preserves all those special qualities of understanding that you have gained from personal experience.

Step 4: Notice when you have finished.

OK.

That's just a basic outline.

There are a number of positive experiences you can have that will confirm your success, and we can put more light on those things as we're progressing.

Questions? ... get answers to your specific questions at the Free Huna on-line Training Center.

Enjoy!

--Vince

PS - If you do want to experience the full therapeutic
process in a real one-on-one session with a Certified
Therapist in October, we will make arrangements for you.

© 2008 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD

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Wednesday, August 13, 2008

"Getting Everything You Can Out of All You've Got"

--- nicholas wrote:

> Just to say that I really enjoy being a member of the
> Huna Ohana and enjoy receiving your emails.So thanks a lot
> Vince!.

Heap Big Mahalo, Nicholas!

If you really want to get the most out of your life, then this is going to be the most important post you ever read.

... because this is totally unique in history!

How?

If you've read anything about how this system was traditionally taught ... like the original House of Teave material ... or like anything you read from Melville, or any of the other natives who learned the old way in days-gone-by ...

Well ... I got it the same way.

The cool thing is ... I was raised to "only answer the questions that are asked."

Huna was never taught according to a set program.

It was considered very sacred ... to be shared very carefully, and to the right person at the right time.

When I was growing up, I was only "allowed" to learn through participation ...

... the Elders did not volunteer verbal knowledge ... but they would always answer any specific question I asked.

All guidance was INDIVIDUAL.

That's why we only allow small groups at the Huna World Convention ... or any training we do.

You can get our individual attention by joining The Huna Ohana ... so your learning is tailor-made for your abilities and learning style, etc.

So NOW ...

... you have this special Huna forum where you can ask specific questions and get specific answers.

And that means you can learn properly "the old way" ... the way that you CAN NOT get from any book.

But you can get direction on books and resources you can use and how to use them for your spiritual evolution here.

By asking questions and then going out and actually using what you're learning ... the way so may people like Mark and Liana and Barbara and everyone are doing ... you get to grow so much more quickly!

... and you don't have to travel across the world every time you need the personal guidance uniquely necessary for learning this system "the old way."

Very Nice!

Keep studying!

--Vince

© 2008 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD

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Thursday, August 07, 2008

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Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Ka Hā O Nā Kūpuna

Ka Hā O Nā Kūpuna

My dear friend and mentor, Koko, has been appearing to Sarah and me quite often lately.

I truly believe this is a good sign!

As we're preparing for October, so many things are happening.

Big changes ...

... all good!

So many wonderful learning experiences have presented themselves these past two years ... even though it's been a "roller-coaster-ride" ... spiritual evolution is always a blessing.

In recent weeks I've been re-connecting with many Hawaiian Kupuna.

When I announced the opening of "The Secret Vault" plan for this Fall, I had NO idea how powerful it is going to be.

"Never cease to be amazed!"

Let me give you another hint of things to come:


Ka Ha O Na Kupuna

The sacred breath of life, the spirit of our ancestors.

Na Kuleana O Hawaii is presenting The Kupuna Tour ... an evening of wisdom and the essence of life.


"Come join us as we share together
in the ways of our forefathers!"



Here is their basic "mission statement."

Ka Hā O Nā Kūpuna


The Hawaiian identity, our unique and precious way of life has been passed on from generation to generation through the ha of our kupuna.

The word “alo-ha” is a combination of two words: alo meaning ones’ front, face, or presence and ha – the sacred breath of life. It was the custom of our kupuna to exchange ha by pressing noses together and exhale, thus exchanging each others’ ha upon greeting.

In Hawai’i still today, breath is considered sacred. As Tutu Elizabeth Pa Chai says, “Breath is important because when God created man He – ha – breathed him into life.”

The sacred breath of life passed on from our ancestors is vibrantly alive in our greatest living treasures and resources: our kupuna still living today. Within them lies the essence of our Hawaiian identity. This sacred ha is what they desperately want to impart to us before it is too late. It is this very breath that sustains us through our language, and our cultural values, world view and beliefs.

The ha of our ancestors also includes the native intelligence, the talents, skills, and abilities that enabled our ancestors to cross thousands of miles of open ocean without navigational instruments; that same kind of intellectual genius enabled them to thrive and flourish in our island home.

We have a right and a responsibility to ensure that the ha of our ancestors live on in us so that our ‘ohana, our families, can once again live, breathe, move and have our being rooted in our Hawaiian identity.

The wealth of knowledge to be imparted by our precious kupuna will nourish our Hawaiian souls; it will be the most precious gift that we have to share with the world.

You can help by contacting http://kahaonakupuna.com/ and telling 'em Vince sent you!


I got an email from Pali Jae Lee encouraging me to do my part to share Koko's vision with the world. It is beautifully outlined in her book Ho'opono.

She is actively spreading his message of Aloha, but the 'Ohana Paia-Kapela-Willis no longer meets ... they have not met since Koko died.

So ... since Koko hanai'd me, I would be one of the hanai (adopted) member of the 'Ohana Paia-Kapela-Willis, and obligated to do my part to help in any way I can.

Because so much is going on "behind-the-scenes," I may not be posting as often as usual ... but all good things will come to those who wait ;->

Keep studying!

--Vince

PS - You can get Pali and Koko's books at http://astore.amazon.com/freeonlinehun-20

Saturday, June 14, 2008

Huna World Convention 2008

Aloha y'all,

We are planning the 2008 Huna World Convention and you're input is very important.

I've created a Poll so you can provide feedback and help us make this year's "family meeting" the most important event yet!

I've created a poll at

http://ancienthawaiianhunahealing.blogspot.com/

Please vote!

--Vince

PS - If you're computer savvy and can suggest a better way of polling, I'm always up for suggestions!

© 2008 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD

Friday, June 13, 2008

Ancient Hawaiian Huna Healing

The HUNATM system ... which eventually spread throughout the world, has influenced the basic beliefs of all modern religions.

Unfortunately outside influences ultimately contaminated the original beliefs and the system became lost. However, many of the concepts were preserved in the remote islands of Polynesia and have been recovered, in part, during the past century.

Huna, which means "secret," teaches that man is composed of three separate and independent units of consciousness which make use of the physical body during life.

This belief correlates nicely with modern psychology's subconscious mind, conscious mind and super-conscious mind.

Each "mind" uses a basic "life force" for a specific purpose. Proper utilization of this energy, plus the Huna techniques of creative prayer, can create success for every reader, whether measured in terms of money, power, health, or peace of mind.

"Science Mysticism Spirituality"


The purpose of this new free Huna ebook is to teach you the simple techniques of creative prayer.

Essentially a philosophy of life, the Huna system incorporates the knowledge of religion, psychology and psychic science. The religious aspect is the simplest, most complete system known. Huna concepts of sin, salvation, and the significance of life are completely free from the dogmas found in most of the world's faiths.

The psychological aspects demonstrate the importance of self-suggestion and relaxation in creative thought techniques; while the constructs of Huna readily explain all facets of psychic phenomena.


"The Esoteric Code of the Kahuna"

One of the oldest and best kept secrets in the world has been undergoing thorough, investigative and analytical research during this last century. It is a secret which combines psychology with religion, perhaps the finest and best system of this kind that the world has ever known; and yet, modern man nearly lost this fundamental knowledge.

The pop culture movie “The Secret” presented a simplistic view of just one of the basic tenets of this ancient Huna wisdom.

Some of the basic precepts of Huna have been "rediscovered" and presented to us under the label of "positive thinking” or “the law of attraction.” However, most people who try the techniques for awhile and then give up, because the psychology does not work for them.

Why do these techniques often fail to produce the desired results?

An ancient secret supplies the answer.

The people who knew this secret system practiced a very sophisticated, but easy-to-use form, of positive thinking that applies the complete law of attraction with spectacular results.

Unfortunately, some of the Kahuna’s most important concepts have NOT yet come into general knowledge. As a result, many people who have read books and have tried to "think positively" have found that practice does not work for them.

At least seven thousand years ago, a group of people knew the principles of positive thinking and the law of attraction … however, they understood the concepts far more clearly than our “modern” schools-of-thought. Their techniques were more sophisticated. With their additional knowledge, the ancient peoples who practiced this secret system performed what we now can only call miracles.

This secret contains much more than a successful method of positive thinking.

It offers a philosophy of life that could be classified as a religion. The religious aspect seems to be the simplest, most complete, and finest fundamental system so far developed. It stands on its own merits, and clarifies the basic tenets of many of the world's faiths.

Originally this system was without a name. It was handed down from parent to child through centuries and centuries. As this system was originally "rediscovered" in Hawaii, huna, the Polynesian word for "secret" was selected. The "u" is pronounced like the double "oo" in moon. The Polynesian word for "priest" is Kahuna, meaning "keeper of the secret."

The knowledge of Huna eventually spread by migration through several parts of the world. The initiatory material of this system was kept within a hereditary clan of priests. It was not written down. Instead, a special language was developed, which provided a means of giving both an inner and an outer meaning to any statement of the teachings.

These dual meanings were similar to the initiatory statements of the lodges and brotherhoods that we have today.

Only an initiate of the particular lodge can understand a particular secret phrase or statement. Similarly, only the Kahuna initiates could understand the inner meaning of a Huna phrase or statement.

Max Freedom Long spent the greater part of his life researching this special language. He wrote several books recording his findings, which describe in detail the "code" as he knew it.

He came upon evidence that there had been such a system of knowledge almost by accident, and then devoted more than fifty years unearthing and correlating the bits and pieces,.

We have only recently come into full possession of the priceless knowledge.

According to Charles Kenn ... Max Freedom Long became acquainted with Doctor William Tufts Brigham and they became life-long friends. When they met, Dr. Brigham was the curator of the Bishop Museum of Natural History in Honolulu. When they met, Max had already spent forty years studying the Hawaiians, their society, religion and other aspects of their culture. Hearing that the Hawaiian Kahuna priests had fire-walked on red hot lava as it flowed from a volcano, he asked Dr. Brigham it there was any truth in the reports.

"Yes," he said, "these Kahuna priests lava-walked in my early days here in Hawaii."

He went on to explain how he himself had walked across red hot lava. He had burned off his heavy mountain boots and socks, yet his feet remained unburned. No one had treated his feet. All that the natives did was to pray for protection from the heat, and this protection was given.

Continuing this questioning, Long also confirmed the Kahuna priests had done remarkable healings.

"What have these people got?" he demanded.

Dr. Brigham replied ...

"A system of psychology and religion, which is pure enough and close enough to its source, whatever that is, to work for them. I have tried for forty years to learn how they perform their magic, but to no avail. The secret lore is very sacred to the native priests."

After this meeting with Dr. Brigham, Mr. Long spent the next sixteen years in Hawaii trying to find the meaning behind the chants and prayers of the Hawaiian priests. He continued the research later in California and, by 1936, had gained a fair knowledge of the basic principles of the secret lore.

Archaeologists have established that the present inhabitants of the Polynesian archipelago originally migrated from the Asian mainland. A study of Huna and its origins agrees with these findings.

In 1948, Werner Wolf revealed the similarity between the Egyptian glyph writings and the "Paddle Board" writings of the natives of Easter Island in the Pacific. He suggested some ancient tie between the Egyptians and the Easter Island branch of the Polynesians. Max Freedom Long's research definitely suggests the Polynesian Kahuna beiefs may have their origins in ancient Egypt.

His first book, "Recovering the Ancient Magic," was published in England. Among those who read it was Reginald Stewart, a war correspondent, who as a young man had learned of this same ancient lore from a tribe of Berbers in the Atlas mountains of North Africa.

An old woman, called a "Quahine." had demonstrated the workability of the ancient system.

In fact, she took young Stewart as a blood son and started to teach him, together with her seventeen-year-old daughter, the ancient beliefs and practices. Unfortunately, she had only made a beginning of her instructions when she was accidentally killed by a stray bullet from a battle going on in a valley between two warring tribes. As there was no other teacher to be found, Stewart returned to England, carrying his notes with him. Years later when, reading Max's book, he realized that Long was writing about the same system he had learned, in part, from her.

Many of the special words that his teacher had used to describe her beliefs were almost identical to the Hawaiian. He sent Long a letter and soon was sharing what he knew. Together they managed to piece together the basics of the secret lore.

Among the other things the Quahine or "Woman Kahuna" had told Stewart was the legend of how her tribe had once been a part of twelve sub-tribes who had known and used Huna principles, and who had lived in the Sahara Desert when it was still a green and fertile land of flowing rivers. As the rivers dried, the tribes foresaw that their lore was in danger of extinction. Concerned, they used their psychic powers to look about the world for a place to which they could move, an area where they would find safety for their beliefs. The place that they chose was the isolated Pacific.

The tribes left Egypt and went in large double canoes down the Red Sea into the Indian Ocean, and eventually made their way to the far Pacific Isles. There were, she said, twelve tribes; however, her tribe remained behind as a rear guard lest the others be detained by the rulers of the period. They eventually reached the Atlas mountain area where they were able to preserve the secret lore. The eleven tribes which got away divided. At least one tribe traveled along the coast of Africa to Madagascar. Some evidently settled there, since half of the island today, over two thousand years later, is inhabited by a light brown people, who speak a language which is one of the Polynesian dialects, called Malagasy.

Other Huna people migrated through Arabia and into India. In India they left traces of their ideas, but little of their language. Whereas in Madagascar the language provides the evidence, in India it comes from the ideas which were left behind. The Kahunas must have made friends with the religious men of that period. Apparently, the teachers of Yoga were initiated into the Huna Magic.

Unfortunately, the beliefs gradually became contaminated. As an example, breathing exercises, vital to the practitioners of Huna, are also important in Yoga. However, the yogis began to experiment and over the years most of the Huna concepts became mixed and muddled, until finally very little of the practical application of the original system exists in Yoga today.

On the other hand, the original Huna beliefs were still pure when Buddha established his doctrine as a reform of the Brahmanism of his day. Obviously, there was a knowledge of Huna on the part of Buddha and his followers, because there are esoteric elements of Buddhism which can be understood only by knowing the Huna system. For example, the concept of attaining Nirvana, ordinarily understood as blending back into the source of all life and thus ceasing to exist, takes on an entirely different meaning when one understands Huna.

From India the ten remaining initiate tribes migrated through the Sumatra and Java straits. The Madagascar tribe did not join them. In the islands of the Pacific are ten different dialects of the Polynesian tongue represented in New Zealand, in Hawaii, in Tahiti, in Samoa and in the smaller islands of the Pacific area.

Because of the remote location of these islands, the people were able to preserve their beliefs and practice them for over two thousand years, free from the influence of other beliefs.

The Huna people evidently settled in the Polynesian Islands before the writing of the Four Gospels because when the missionaries arrived in Hawaii, they were surprised to find that the natives knew all the main stories of the Old Testament, but knew nothing that was contained in the New Testament. Their legends told the story of the creation of Adam and Eve and the Garden. They had a close account of Noah and the Flood. They even knew of Jonah and the Whale. These were stories that had come from Chaldea and Babylonia, when the Jews were in captivity there. However, in none of the Hawaiian legends can be found even a trace of the story of Jesus or Mary or the Crucifixion.

The missionaries, who arrived in Hawaii in 1820, could not understand how the natives had learned the Old Testament stories. If early explorers had taught stories of Adam and Eve, they certainly would have told of Jesus and his disciples.

Following the migration to Polynesia, the system flourished.

The Kahuna who knew the secret system were healers. They could heal broken bones, often in an instant. They were also able to look into the future.

Then the missionaries arrived.

The Hawaiians were impressed by their claim that Jesus performed healing miracles and, quite naturally, assumed that the Christians knew all about the Huna system. The missionary doctors, however, could not heal their sick as readily as the Kahuna healers. So the natives eventually realized that these Christians, while they had the outer semblance of some Huna, did not know the complete working system.

As the missionaries obtained political influence over the chiefs, and the Kahuna were outlawed.

The younger generation, the daughters and the sons who normally would have taken initiation and would have learned the secret, dill not undertake the necessary training. Gradually, as the older Kahuna began to die, the secret lore began to die as well.

Huna, after having been kept pure and intact throughout all the centuries, almost became lost.

The “Kahuna Motto” was the rule.

* "Conceal in Secrecy."

* "Preserve in Silence."

* "Disguise our Inner Teachings with a False Outer Mask."

* "Those who are "born into our house" are entitled to know the secrets of our
house."

* "Those who do NOT belong are not entitled to know what we know."


However, our brother King Kalakaua summoned all of the most accomplished of the Kahuna Class from throughout the islands to the palace. He gathered everyone of importance, including High Temple Priests skilled in the arts of divination, philosophers, historians, doctors of spiritual medicine, etc.

The secret knowledge passed down orally in the priesthood through the generations was finally recorded in writing and locked away in the King's palace.

Then, on January 17, 1893 ... the day Kalakaua's sister, Queen Liliokalani was dethroned ... drug dealers and smugglers broke in to the palace and burned the former King's filing room.

Only Nana Mary Julia Glennie Bush survived to preserve the "secret treasure" of the Hamatua strong-hold. These teachings were passed-down to Leinani Melville, who alone preserved the Lost Secrets of the Kahuna.

Before he died, Leinani gave the only existing copy of the "Lost and Hidden Secrets of the Esoteric Code of the Kahuna" to Morrnah Simeona to keep it secure until she could pass it on to “The True Legacy of the Kahuna."

With the blessing of the living Kahuna Elders at the time, Morrnah gave that manuscript to Dr. E. Otha Wingo, to whom Max Freedom Long entrusted his entire life’s work, to preserve the Authentic Kahuna traditions until the time was right.

Dr. Wingo, who I call “Dad” gave that manuscript to me, and it is my charge to reveal the Authentic Kahuna Traditions to you.

So ...

... as it said above the door to The House of Teave

"Ahuwale Ka Nane Huna!" ...

"Let that which is unknown become known."

Because many new and exciting things will become known to you, and when the student is ready, the teacher will appear before you.

Thanks!

--Vince

PS - Get your Free Huna eBook at "Ancient Hawaiian Huna Healing"

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© 2008 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD

Thursday, June 12, 2008

Huna Father's Day

Y'all inspired me!

Heap Big Mahalo to everyone for sending Sarah and me Amazon Gift Cards for our wedding!

I'm getting one for my Dad.

Treat you Dad!

Get him what he's always wanted ... even if you don't know what it is.



All the best!

--Vince

© 2008 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Huna "vampires"

--- Daniel wrote:

> I was reading something on the group about a psychic
> vampire, is there some one I should be aware of?

Aloha Daniel,

When your new to Huna, you have to be a tad careful. James, my friend, can tell you all about it!

Nana I Ke Kumu

Always look to the source!

--Vince

PS - Let me know if you want me to post on signs of a psychic vampire or how to identify a psychic vampire.

I've had a flood of requests for free online psychic chat rooms to help with these issues. If you know of anyone interested in psychic chat online, these topics are covered in full at these free psychic chat rooms:

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http://easyastralprojection.blogspot.com/
http://typesofdreams.blogspot.com/


© 2008 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD




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Sunday, June 01, 2008

Huna and Quantum Physics

--- Original Message ---

> Hey, Vince, I don't understand this "High Self"
> stuff. I can sometimes use it as a metaphor to get
> stuff done, but it makes more sense to me to think
> of "Higher Intelligence" or something along those
> lines.
>
> But what IS a High Self? How is it separate from
> "me"? How is it separate from my subconscious mind
> / my soul?
>
> Can you explain it in a way that makes sense to my
> thick skull?

Nope!

Einstein and others proved Newtonian Physics is "wrong."

Yet ...

Our entire Space Program is based on Newtonian Physics.

Airplanes pretend Newtonian Physics is true for navigation.

They build bridges assuming Newtonian Physics is true.

I wouldn't want a Quantum bridge that's only there when it's being measured.

So we use metaphors.

After all, what is a meta for anyway?

--Vince

© 2008 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD





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Thursday, May 22, 2008

Huna Code Words: Some Simple Basics

Max Freedom Long realized that the Hawaiian Kahuna must have had special words in their language to use to teach their beliefs to the younger priests. He began to study any words in the Hawaiian dictionary which might have to do with man's mental or spiritual nature.

He immediately found unmistakable words which describe the "parts of mind," as they are called in modern psychology.

After years of searching, he had started to learn the secret lore. Years passed before he found a "code" hidden in their language which told what they believed. This "code" aided him in discovering similar beliefs in other civilizations.

This code was built on a language which must have been identical phonetically to the language of the Huna tribes while they were in Egypt. In some of the lands visited by the migrating Huna tribes words of their language were left behind. Often these words became modified.

Fortunately, the Kahuna in Hawaii preserved their language with great care, because within their language lay a "code" which described their secret system.

If the language had been changed, key words would have been modified and the code would have never been preserved.

In order to keep their language pure, young Kahuna were trained to memorize long chants covering the history of the people and the genealogy of the chiefs on the surface. The deeper, hidden meaning behind these chants revealed the secret system translated by the Esoteric Code of the Kahuna. So if, while chanting these genealogies and legendary histories, a young priest changed a word, syllable, or a pronunciation, he was immediately corrected by the older Kahunas. As a result, the language in Hawaii remained unchanged over thousands of years.

Language modifications occurred in New Zealand and, to a greater degree, in Tahiti. But the Hawaiian language remained the purest and was the language Long used to find the key words to break the code and recover the ancient techniques of the Hawaiian Kahuna. His findings have been confirmed and supplemented by the work of Leinani Mellville.

The Hawaiian, like other Polynesian dialects, is a simple language. It is not agglutinated and does not change words to make tense or gender or number, instead it uses special words to show these changes. Hawaiian words are built from short root words, which together describe the full meaning of the idea. Since many root words have multiple meanings, it was ideal for a code language.

Max found that by translating each root, he could find the hidden meaning, or code meaning, of the key words in the Kahuna chants.

What complicated the breaking of the code is that certain words were used as the symbol of some part or element of the Huna system. If the symbolic meaning was not known, the true meaning of the statement could not be understood until recently.

For instance, in early Egypt the little pictured glyph of a grasshopper is to be found in the tombs with the mummy.

In Hawaii , the grasshopper was also a symbol for the same concept.

The Hawaiian word for grasshopper is unihipili. The definition given in the Andrews "Hawaiian-English Dictionary" of 1865 is "one name of a class of gods, while Aumakua is another. They were departed spirits of decomposed persons." Only by translating and considering the meaning of the roots of the words can one get at the real Huna meaning. It was the word used by the kahuna to indicate what we call the subconscious. None of the roots have anything to do with a grasshopper or with spirits or with a mummy of the deceased, but they all describe some characteristic of the subconscious mind.

The root pili means "united or joining" or "belonging to a person," and "to adhere to something." The subconscious is "joined to" and "belongs to" the body of the man. The root nihi describes "secretiveness, working silently and softly." The subconscious mind is certainly silent. The root u means a self, an "I."

The priests had an alternate word, uhinipili, for the subconscious, which repeats some of the root words, but contains others which provide additional meanings.

Uhi carries the meaning of "a weak voice, which is smothered by another voice." Another meaning is "to hide or be secretive." All these descriptions aptly describe the subconscious mind and the way it works. They show that it is secretive, that it is closely attached to the conscious mind, that it will do things only when it wishes to do so, and that it also hides things, such as complexes, and is the center of the emotions.

Uhane is Hawaiian for the conscious mind. U means a "self” and hane means "to talk." The root words gave the description of the conscious mind, the self which talks. The human being is the only animal which is able to talk to convey ideas.

These examples show the method used in finding the hidden meanings in words used by the Kahuna. The code was really quite simple. The separate meanings of the root words describe the idea that is hidden in the word.

The Hawaiian code word for the Super-conscious is Aumakua.

Makua means "parental" or "a pair of gods," and it is the "parental" part of man. The roots also mean "very old." The translation for the word aumakua given by a student of Hawaiian lore is "utterly trustworthy parental spirit." The Hawaiian dictionary translates the word as "one who can be trusted as a child trusts a parent."

One could call the super-conscious: "God who is trusted to love the subconscious and conscious with whom it is connected." It will help us and guide us throughout our life.

© 2008 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD

Monday, May 19, 2008

The Huna Code

"The Code Language"

One of the oldest and best kept secrets in the world has been undergoing thorough, investigative and analytical research during this last century. It is a secret which combines psychology with religion, perhaps the finest and best system of this kind that the world has ever known; and yet, modern man nearly lost this fundamental knowledge.

The pop culture movie “The Secret” presented a simplistic view of just one of the basic tenets of this ancient wisdom. Some of the basic precepts of Huna have been "rediscovered" and presented to us under the label of "positive thinking” or “the law of attraction.” However, most people who try the techniques for awhile and then give up, because the psychology does not work for them.

Why do these techniques often fail to produce the desired results?

An ancient secret supplies the answer.

The people who knew this secret system practiced a very sophisticated, but easy-to-use form, of positive thinking that applies the complete law of attraction with spectacular results. Unfortunately, some of the Kahuna’s most important concepts have NOT yet come into general knowledge. As a result, many people who have read books and have tried to "think positively" have found that practice does not work for them.

At least seven thousand years ago, a group of people knew the principles of positive thinking and the law of attraction … however, they understood the concepts far more clearly than our “modern” schools-of-thought. Their techniques were more sophisticated. With their additional knowledge, the ancient peoples who practiced this secret system performed what we now can only call miracles.

This secret contains much more than a successful method of creative thinking. It offers a philosophy of life that could be classified as a religion. The religious aspect seems to be the simplest, most complete, and finest fundamental system so far developed. It stands on its own merits, and clarifies the basic tenets of many of the world's faiths.

Originally this system was without a name. It was handed down from parent to child through centuries and centuries. As this system was originally "rediscovered" in Hawaii, Huna, the Polynesian word for "secret" was selected. The "u" is pronounced like the double "oo" in moon. The Polynesian word for "priest" is Kahuna, meaning "keeper of the secret."

The knowledge of Huna eventually spread by migration through several parts of the world. The initiatory material of this system was kept within a hereditary clan of priests. It was not written down. Instead, a special language was developed, which provided a means of giving both an inner and an outer meaning to any statement of the teachings.

These dual meanings were similar to the initiatory statements of the lodges and brotherhoods that we have today.

Only an initiate of the particular lodge can understand a particular secret phrase or statement. Similarly, only the Kahuna initiates could understand the inner meaning of a Huna phrase or statement.

Max Freedom Long spent the greater part of his life researching this special language. He wrote several books recording his findings, which describe in detail the "code" as he knew it.

He came upon evidence that there had been such a system of knowledge almost by accident, and then devoted more than fifty years unearthing and correlating the bits and pieces,.

We have only recently come into full possession of the priceless knowledge.

According to Charles Kenn, Max Freedom Long became acquainted with Doctor William Tufts Brigham and they became life-long friends. When they met, Dr. Brigham was the curator of the Bishop Museum of Natural History in Honolulu. When they met, Max had already spent forty years studying the Hawaiians, their society, religion and other aspects of their culture. Hearing that the Hawaiian Kahuna priests had fire-walked on red hot lava as it flowed from a volcano, he asked Dr. Brigham it there was any truth in the reports.

"Yes," he said, "these Kahuna priests lava-walked in my early days here in Hawaii."

He went on to explain how he himself had walked across red hot lava. He had burned off his heavy mountain boots and socks, yet his feet remained unburned. No one had treated his feet. All that the natives did was to pray for protection from the heat, and this protection was given.

Continuing this questioning, Long also confirmed the Kahuna priests had done remarkable healings.

"What have these people got?" he demanded.

Dr. Brigham replied, "A system of psychology and religion, which is pure enough and close enough to its source, whatever that is, to work for them. I have tried for forty years to learn how they perform their magic, but to no avail. The secret lore is very sacred to the native priests."

After this meeting with Dr. Brigham, Mr. Long spent the next sixteen years in Hawaii trying to find the meaning behind the chants and prayers of the Hawaiian priests. He continued the research later in California and, by 1936, had gained a fair knowledge of the basic principles of the secret lore.

Archaeologists have established that the present inhabitants of the Polynesian archipelago originally migrated from the Asian mainland. A study of Huna and its origins agrees with these findings.

In 1948, Werner Wolf revealed the similarity between the Egyptian glyph writings and the "Paddle Board" writings of the natives of Easter Island in the Pacific. He suggested some ancient tie between the Egyptians and the Easter Island branch of the Polynesians. Max Freedom Long's research definitely suggests the Polynesian Kahuna beiefs may have their origins in ancient Egypt.

His first book, "Recovering the Ancient Magic," was published in England. Among those who read it was Reginald Stewart, a war correspondent, who as a young man had learned of this same ancient lore from a tribe of Berbers in the Atlas mountains of North Africa.

An old woman, called a "Quahine." had demonstrated the workability of the ancient system. In fact, she took young Stewart as a blood son and started to teach him, together with her seventeen-year-old daughter, the ancient beliefs and practices. Unfortunately, she had only made a beginning of her instructions when she was accidentally killed by a stray bullet from a battle going on in a valley between two warring tribes. As there was no other teacher to be found, Stewart returned to England, carrying his notes with him. Years later when, reading Max's book, he realized that Long was writing about the same system he had learned, in part, from her.

Many of the special words that his teacher had used to describe her beliefs were almost identical to the Hawaiian. He sent Long a letter and soon was sharing what he knew. Together they managed to piece together the basics of the secret lore.

Among the other things the Quahine or "Woman Kahuna" had told Stewart was the legend of how her tribe had once been a part of twelve sub-tribes who had known and used Huna concepts, and who had lived in the Sahara Desert when it was still a green and fertile land of flowing rivers. As the rivers dried, the tribes foresaw that their lore was in danger of extinction. Concerned, they used their psychic powers to look about the world for a place to which they could move, an area where they would find safety for their beliefs. The place that they chose was the isolated Pacific.

The tribes left Egypt and went in large double canoes down the Red Sea into the Indian Ocean, and eventually made their way to the far Pacific Isles. There were, she said, twelve tribes; however, her tribe remained behind as a rear guard lest the others be detained by the rulers of the period. They eventually reached the Atlas mountain area where they were able to preserve the secret lore. The eleven tribes which got away divided. At least one tribe traveled along the coast of Africa to Madagascar. Some evidently settled there, since half of the island today, over two thousand years later, is inhabited by a light brown people, who speak a language which is one of the Polynesian dialects, called Malagasy.

Other Huna people migrated through Arabia and into India. In India they left traces of their ideas, but little of their language. Whereas in Madagascar the language provides the evidence, in India it comes from the ideas which were left behind. The Kahunas must have made friends with the religious men of that period. Apparently, the teachers of Yoga were initiated into the Huna beliefs. Unfortunately, the beliefs gradually became contaminated. As an example, breathing exercises, vital to the practitioners of Huna, are also important in Yoga. However, the yogis began to experiment and over the years most of the Huna concepts became mixed and muddled, until finally very little of the practical application of the original system exists in Yoga today.

On the other hand, the original Huna beliefs were still pure when Buddha established his doctrine as a reform of the Brahmanism of his day. Obviously, there was a knowledge of Huna on the part of Buddha and his followers, because there are esoteric elements of Buddhism which can be understood only by knowing the Huna system. For example, the concept of attaining Nirvana, ordinarily understood as blending back into the source of all life and thus ceasing to exist, takes on an entirely different meaning when one understands Huna.

From India the ten remaining initiate tribes migrated through the Sumatra and Java straits. The Madagascar tribe did not join them. In the islands of the Pacific are ten different dialects of the Polynesian tongue represented in New Zealand, in Hawaii, in Tahiti, in Samoa and in the smaller islands of the Pacific area.

Because of the remote location of these islands, the people were able to preserve their beliefs and practice them for over two thousand years, free from the influence of other beliefs.

The Huna people evidently settled in the Polynesian Islands before the writing of the Four Gospels because when the missionaries arrived in Hawaii, they were surprised to find that the natives knew all the main stories of the Old Testament, but knew nothing that was contained in the New Testament. Their legends told the story of the creation of Adam and Eve and the Garden. They had a close account of Noah and the Flood. They even knew of Jonah and the Whale. These were stories that had come from Chaldea and Babylonia, when the Jews were in captivity there. However, in none of the Hawaiian legends can be found even a trace of the story of Jesus or Mary or the Crucifixion.

The missionaries, who arrived in Hawaii in 1820, could not understand how the natives had learned the Old Testament stories. If early explorers had taught stories of Adam and Eve, they certainly would have told of Jesus and his disciples.

Following the migration to Polynesia, the system flourished.

The Kahunas who knew the secret system were healers. They could heal broken bones, often in an instant. They were also able to look into the future.

Then the missionaries arrived. The Hawaiians were impressed by their claim that Jesus performed healing miracles and, quite naturally, assumed that the Christians knew all about the Huna system. The missionary doctors, however, could not heal their sick as readily as the Kahuna healers. So the natives eventually realized that these Christians, while they had the outer semblance of some Huna, did not know the complete working system.

As the missionaries obtained political influence over the chiefs, and the Kahuna were outlawed.

The younger generation, the daughters and the sons who normally would have taken initiation and would have learned the secret, dill not undertake the necessary training. Gradually, as the older Kahuna began to die, the secret lore began to die as well.

Huna, after having been kept pure and intact throughout all the centuries, almost became lost.

The “Kahuna Motto” was the rule.

* "Conceal in Secrecy."

* "Preserve in Silence."

* "Disguise our Inner Teachings with a False Outer Mask."

* "Those who are "born into our house" are entitled to know the secrets of our
house."

* "Those who do NOT belong are not entitled to know what we know."


However, our brother King Kalakaua summoned all of the most accomplished of the Kahuna Class from throughout the islands to the palace. He gathered everyone of importance, including High Temple Priests skilled in the arts of divination, philosophers, historians, doctors of spiritual medicine, etc.

The secret knowledge passed down orally in the priesthood through the generations was finally recorded in writing and locked away in the King's palace.

Then, on January 17, 1893 ... the day Kalakaua's sister, Queen Liliokalani was dethroned ... drug dealers and smugglers broke in to the palace and burned the former King's filing room.

Only Nana Mary Julia Glennie Bush survived to preserve the "secret treasure" of the Hamatua strong-hold. These teachings were passed-down to Leinani Melville, who alone preserved the Lost Secrets of the Kahuna.

Before he died, Leinani gave the only existing copy of the "Lost and Hidden Secrets of the Esoteric Code of the Kahuna" to Morrnah Simeona to keep it secure until she could pass it on to “The True Legacy of the Kahuna."

With the blessing of the living Kahuna Elders at the time, Morrnah gave that manuscript to Dr. E. Otha Wingo, to whom Max Freedom Long entrusted his entire life’s work, to preserve the Authentic Kahuna traditions until the time was right.

Dr. Wingo, who I call “Dad” gave that manuscript to me, and it is my charge to reveal the Authentic Kahuna Traditions to you.

So ...

... as it said above the door to The House of Teave …

"Ahuwale Ka Nane Huna!" ...

"Let that which is unknown become known."

Because many new and exciting things will become known to you, and when the student is ready, the teacher will appear before you.

--Vince


© 2008 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD

Thursday, May 08, 2008

Huna: getting strength and vitality from your Aumakua

An experiment for you!

Start by doing the basic Ha Breathing from Huna Breathing.

Then ... after sending a little "gift" of mana to your Aumakua to "prime the pump" ... start saying ... while you're breathing ... "I am breathing strength and vitality from my Aumakua to my unihipili."

... and notice how it affectsthe return flow.

Enjoy!

--Vince

© 2008 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD

Monday, May 05, 2008

Huna 101: The Basics

Huna Teachings

The Huna teachings are the Ancient "Secret Science Behind Miracles" that has finally come to the West through the work of Max Freedom Long and others.

Long initially learned about the teachings of Huna from William Tufts Brigham who had spent forty years living in Hawaii, trying to understand the secrets of the lost and secret teachings of the Hawaiian Kahuna.

Long spend the next forty years studying and working with the Huna teachings, until his death in 1971. The work has now passed-down to Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD, who is the International head of Max Freedom Long's Huna Research Associates and High Priest of the Huna Fellowship.

It teaches the practical application of Huna and many other Kahuna techniques.

The essence of Huna teachings is that the human being is made up of three levels of consciousness, known as selves, or minds. The Kahuna called the conscious mind the "uhane," or middle self. The "middle self" is that part of you that is conscious of its own existence and has the ability to reason. It also has the free will to create as it pleases, along with the inner self, or "low self. "

The subconscious mind is called the "unihipili" or low self. It is the part of you that is unconscious. It is the storehouse of all memory and the seat of the emotions. Its is the "inner child" of pop psychology and the New Age movement. with only simplistic, deductive reasoning.

The term "low" has no reference to rank or importance, only to the fact that it is below the level of consciousness of the middle self and to the fact that its bodily center is in the solar plexus rather than in the head.

The third part is the High Self, called the "Aumakua" by the Kahuna.

The high self is the "utterly trust-worthy parental spirit."

This higher part of you lives at a higher plane of consciousness, outside the physical body. It will not intervene in the affairs of life unless asked to do so.

This is understood to be a cosmic law your High Self must adhere to.

The high self can see into the "crystallized future" and creates your future "automatically" from your day-to-day thoughts.

As you thoughts change throughout your daily life, so your future likewise change.

Huna also teaches that communication with your High Self occurs quite naturally during sleep. It is in that contact that most of the thoughts-of-the-day are used by the High Self to materialize conditions in your future.

Huna teachings say that each of the three selves is equally important, and has its proper role to perform in the life of the individual. Your health, and happiness depend on the integration, blending, and harmonizing of your three selves.

Huna teaches that your High Self expresses ALL the Divine qualities … compassion ... patience ... love ... and forgiveness.

This is the IDEAL to which you, the middle self, are to aspire.



© 2008 The Huna Fellowship

Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Huna Telepathic Mutual Healing Group

"24-Hour Healing Report"
--- Kimara wrote:

> Dear Vince;
>
> I wanted to send you an update. Aunt Julia is doing
> better. I did talk to her nurse. As Julia had
> fallen asleep. She is being allowed visitors so we
> will make the hour trek to see her. She was in great
> pain and not eating. She says she has no pain and
> was asking for a peach fruit salad they have
> earlier. And she ate part of that. The pneumonia is
> gone.

I love it!

> The nurse said that the staph infection was present
> but she is doing better. I will have to find her
> Dr. To learn more. Apparently she had more than one
> infection and this was also causing pain in her
> neck as part of the infection was in her spine.
> YIKES!

That IS amazing!

Also read the article on "100% Success."

All the Best!

--Vince



© 2008 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD

Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Super-Charging Your EFT

"Getting to the Next Level"
by James Mason

> Andy wrote:
>
> I do have Joe Vitale's "Transcend the Secret"
> and "Zero Limits." Just can't seem to get beyond
> first base though. Doesn't seem to be enough to
> take me to the next level... you know !?

I understand. One of the reasons you could only get to first base with Zero Limits is they only talk about first base. With the Advanced Self I-Dentity Ho'oponopono DVDs its much easier to apply and you can even super-charge your EFT!

> Could you confirm either way given my experiences.
> I have also done EFT.

Vince gives you the 7 most common mistakes people make with EFT and he add the missing steps that make it work every time.

Let me know it you want the DVDs right away because we only have a couple of sets left!

Thank you!

James

James Mason