Monday, April 26, 2010

Mahalo Pau

Mahalo Pau
Literal Translation, "Thank you, I'm done."

There's more meaning than meets-the-eye in this common Hawaiian phrase which, properly pronounced, should hit the funny bone the way "forgettaboutit" does in "Donnie Brasco" or "Mickey Blue Eyes."

But, what of the esoteric meanings that may now be revealed?

There's more.

Practically everybody is familiar with "mahalo," meaning "thank you" ... even though the deeper meaning is so much more!

Mahalo has many deeper meaning important for your complete understaning.

Sunday, April 25, 2010

Divine Dissatisfaction

--- On Sun, 4/25/10, Sunny wrote:

> I have been watching the DVD's I got at the convention & the more I
> see the more I feel What the bleep do I know.

Aloha Sunny,

It's a good feeling, isn't it?

... I mean the mystery of it all ... ya gotta love it!

> I am in awe & amazed at all that is out there & in here !!!

Yes indeed.

I've given this phenomenon the perhaps ironic name of "divine dissatisfaction" in the past eight years or so, and I was again pleasantly surprised ... as I was preparing this reply to your post ... by discovering the great Martha Graham's quotation referring to the same phenomenon by the very same name.

... maybe "great minds do think alike?"


Check this out ...

"There is a vitality, a life force, a quickening
that is translated through you into action,
and because there is only one of you in all time,

this expression is unique.

If you block it,

it will never exist through any other medium

and be lost.

The world will not have it.

It is not yours to determine how good it is;

nor how it compares with other expressions.

It is your business to keep the channel open.

You do not even have to believe in yourself or your work.

You have to keep open and aware directly

to the urges that motivate you.

Keep the channel open.

No artist is ever pleased.

There is no satisfaction whatever at any time.

There is only a queer divine dissatisfaction;

a blessed unrest that keeps us marching

and makes us more alive than the others."

--- Martha Graham to Agnes De Mille


Now THAT's the "cure" for perfectionism!

Think about it ...

... because THIS is also your answer for your question about sending mana to your Aumakua daily instead of doing the Ha Rite.

"Chicken?" ;->

You are right, though ... anything that comes from the limited perspective of your unihipili and your uhane "might" be less-than-perfectly-aligned-or-in-balance with your "highest good."

... that's why life is a learning experience for your spiritual evolution.

So you do NOT want to use "perfection" as an excuse to duck your responsibilities as uhane!

You really are divinity expressing into this material world, right?

... so you do your part, and make a decision.

You decide.

... that's what uhane is supposed to do.

Then let Aumakua do its job.

Remember "mahalo pau."

That's it.


You're a great person with plenty of positive living experience and so much that you're going to be contributing in this world, so choose accordingly, because you ARE powerful and you have the naturally-born right to perform your life's purpose!

So you choose!


PS - For anyone who thinks you should always be satisfied with your work or your level of understanding ... by understanding the concept of Divine Dissatisfaction, you might see it's a good thing.

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--- Original Message ---

From: "Barbara Gajecka, CHP"
Sent: Wed, 21 April, 2010 11:45:00 PM
Subject: Huna World Convention

I thought ….I know nothing.

This was my 3rd Huna Convention.
Now I know that I know something
while it's so much that I do not know and want to learn.

There were people with the same
goal. To be together makes us very strong and confident.

It was like 40 years of learning …
I've learned among others

- how important it is and how to produce the extra MANA to establish a heling
- I know much more about UNIHIPILI
- how to make you yourself and your environment safe and shining
- what kind of new talent I can and will develop and why
- the subtle differences in communication with UNIHIPILI
- powerful symbols for healing seal
- new I'O process for inner conflicts
- process of choosing your life path and how to help someone else to do that
- and much more

I knew a lot about the projections,
but now I made very interesting discovery about it.

And during meditation, I found my
HOME. I was looking therefore for so long.

Thank you for the Huna

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Thursday, April 22, 2010

Notice to All Kahunas

--- On Wed, 4/21/10, Farrell wrote:

> Great post on "What is Huna?" Vince! I think it will be very useful for
> everyone. It certainly clarified some stuff for me.

Thank you Farrell!

> From all my readings, Mr Long did a great job of giving Huna the credit
> it deserves.

And less than 5% of his findings were published in book form!

> Long never claimed to be a Kahuna.


... and he never initiated anyone "as a Kahuna" either.

> His credibility and extensive knowledge are high in my book.


... most importantly might have been this "notice," originally published in 1936.


"Aloha. I apologize for any mistakes I may have made in
telling of you or of your long-preserved wisdom. If I have
hurt any of you, I ask that I be allowed to make amends
rather than that punishment be sent. I have violated no
confidence. I have written under permission. I have only
love and gratitude for you in my heart. Aloha nui oe."

Pay special attention to the part about "permission."

... very interesting!

Almost as if there's more to the story!

... from the original "institute of science and spirituality."

Nana I Ke Kumu!


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Monday, April 19, 2010

What is Huna?

The Investigation of HUNA
and How It Really Came About
by Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD

Many people mistakenly think Huna was the religion in Hawaii or the "teachings of the Ancient Hawaiian people," but Huna actually refers to the Metaphysical Theory developed by Max Freedom Long, along with a number of respected Kahunas, which was primarily based on the Ancient Hawaiian Psychological, Religious, and Philosophical traditions of the Kahuna.

Huna does not refer to any specific practice ... like Hoomana, Hooponopono, Hula, Chanting, or Lomi Lomi ... but instead refers to the underlying assumptions upon which these individual Hawaiian practices are based.

In fact, over 2600 separate Hawaiian systems have been discovered and researched. And, even though they differ from island to island, from village to village, from clan to clan, from family to family, and from individual to individual, there are certain key principles upon which they do agree.

It is these most fundamental and universal principles, upon which all traditional Hawaiian Healing methodologies are based, that comprise Huna.

Huna may be called a philosophy or a system of psychology because it contains elements of philosophy, science, and religion.

During the last century investigations were made into native magic in Africa, India and other parts of the world. Spiritualistic phenomena have been certified as genuine and studied by recognized scientists. Spiritual and psychic phenomena have been generally verified and are gaining wider acceptance in the Western World.

But there was never any definite basic system, philosophy, theory, or psychological-religious science which would explain, even in the most general terms, the phenomena of the various fields until the publication of Recovering the Ancient Magic by Max Freedom Long.

He gave this general theory the name Huna.

Around 1880, in Hawaii, an investigation began which, after seventy years of research, produced a general theory that promises to provide answers for a host of puzzling questions.

This investigation was begun by Dr. William Tufts Brigham, long-time curator of the Bishop Museum in Honolulu.

In Hawaii there were, up to about 1900, many Kahunas, or native priests, who, although outlawed, worked among their fellow Hawaiians as healers or practitioners of the dreaded "death prayers." Some fire-walked over lava flows, a few demonstrated instant healing, and the young Dr. Brigham was fortunate enough to observe and study a case in which a boy, dead from drowning for sixteen hours, was brought back to life through a use of "native magic. "

Dr. Brigham came to the conclusion that, behind these and similar activities, there must be a single basic scientific system which explained all such "magical" phenomena.

He postulated ...

1. There must be some form or entity or consciousness which the Kahunas were able to contact through ceremony or prayer.

2. This "unidentified consciousness" could use an unidentified force or energy in such a way as to control temperature in fire-walking or make the changes in physical matter necessary to produce instant healing.

These conclusions pointed inevitably to a system of Metaphysics, so it was necessary to include research into the Psychic Sciences because this secret and mysterious system found working magic in Hawaii was not a matter of empty words and theorizing because it clearly worked.

In due time it was possible to explain a part of the basic theory and its methods of application. Because of the major contribution made by Hawaiian Kahuna ("keepers of the secret") preserving and maintaining these ancient practices, Max Freedom Long gave this new theory the name Huna.

Max continued doing research along with the Huna Research Associates until his death in 1971, when he bequeathed the organization to Dr. E. Otha Wingo, then professor at Southeast Missouri State University in Cape Girardeau, where the Huna Research Associates are continuing the coordination of teaching, research, and practice of Huna today.

So why the confusion?

In the mid-1960's some authors, recognizing the popularity of Max Freedom Long's Huna, began promoting themselves as Kahuna. Other people began promoting a variety of Hawaiian and pseudo-Hawaiian belief systems by saying they were "the real huna" even though the word previously referred only to Max's work.

This trend is still going on today, but everyone using the word Huna got it from studying Max Freedom Long.

His most popular book was The Secret Science Behind Miracles, which is totally incomplete because he wrote it long before establishing the Huna Research Associates. But Max was fortunately able to produce more than 50 years of painstaking research himself, and the vast majority of it was never published in books.

So a deeper understanding of Huna and complete, workable system for producing miracles was passed on through the Huna Research Associates, who quietly continue studying and perfecting the system through a world-wide network, meeting annually to share, teach, learn, and explore new territories.

Nana I Ke Kumu!


© 2010 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD


Saturday, April 10, 2010

Celebrating 65 years of excellence!

Aloha y'all,

This year we're celebrating our 65th Anniversary!


Nana I Ke Kumu!


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Monday, April 05, 2010

2010 Huna Convention Report

I know I am a different person since the Huna convention in March 2010. Really glad I attended. Went back to work and still to this day, I have coworkers coming up to me and asking me what I did different to myself. I look different and act differently, in a superfantastic way. I told them, I am the new and improved Shelly. They all love it. I know I am on top of the world. Everything is possible for me to create and make happen.

Thanks to all of you for all your help!

Shelly Biesinger
Oshkosh, WI

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Saturday, April 03, 2010

2010 Huna Practitioner Training

Aloha all,

First time posting here.

I just came back from the March 2010 training last week.

I wanted to say big thanks to Vince and everyone else for the wonderful event.

Prior to the event, I was trying to study Huna from the books alone. I was not having much success.

In the class, one of the first things I learned was proper breathing. There, I found out I was doing it all wrong. There's a huge difference between learning from books and learning from someone first hand .

Before the event, it was like I was trying to learn how to drive a car from books. Needless to say, it is a lot easier and faster to get a proper training from someone who really knows the stuff.

Besides that, I simply learned so many powerful techniques, that I'm still going through the notes and trying to organize what I've learned. I'll probably spend the next several months practicing each.

I highly recommend it to anyone interested in Huna.

Jon Hirota

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