base, Ancient Wisdom of Hawaii.
The 7 fundamental principles: an introduction to the Hawaiian
philosophy HUNA, with practical exercises.
Long time ago, the extremely precise observation of life in
all its manifestations led to the discovery of the secret,
or non-obvious aspects of things, soon bringing about a philosophy
called HUNA, the "secret" or "hidden knowledge".
Once, the sages of that culture got together to share their
knowledge of life and healing. Finally, they chose to express
their concentrated wisdom as seven principles, easy to teach
and to remember.
Each word in the Hawaiian language carries several meanings,
as reported in the following examples.
1. Ike: The world is what you think it is –
Everything is a dream. All systems are arbitrary. There
are thousands of ways of perceiving things.
2. Kala: There are no limits – Everything
is connected – Anything is possible. Take the freedom
to change believes, and to open up your view.
3. Makia: Energy flows where attention goes
-Attention goes where energy flows – Anything is energy.
Focalize on your aim.
4. Manawa: Now is the moment of power - Everything
is relative. Be fully in the now.
5. Aloha: To love is to be happy with –
Love increases as judgment decreases. Bless what is.
6. Mana: All power comes from within –Everything
Trust your personal power.
7. Pono: Effectiveness is the measure of
truth – There is always another way to do things. Trust
your ideals and manifest them.
These seven principles apply to the three aspects of the
conscious: KU, the body/heart, LONO
the mind/intellect and the spirit KANE.
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