Ho’oponopono & Ho’omanamana

Online Huna & Ho’oponopono

E Komo Mai! Aloha & Mahalo!

Are you interested in Hawaiian huna? Are you motivated to change?

Huna is a word only recently used to describe Hawaiian shamanism – there were many older words … but the word huna, popularized by Max Freedom Long and other Western trainers, is commonly known. Huna in Hawaiian means something small, hidden or nondescript. But let’s move on.

Huna & Ho’oponopono Coaching

Aloha to huna coaching. You can join us on our intensive Huna Trainings and you can benefit from huna coaching at home, online, thanks to the Internet.

Are you ready to explore the mysteries of your life? Our huna coaching is based on the work of many Hawaiian elders and teachers (see Awaiku). We have the mana (power), we have the mana’o (methods) and we have experienced alaka’i (leaders) and kumu (teachers) who can assist and mentor your development.

We have used and taught Hawaiian shamanism for over 20 years and you can benefit from our online huna coaching. For some of our story of our research in Hawaiian shamanism, check out ho’oponopono and awaiku.

Hawaiian Shamanism

How did those Hawaiian shamans of old manage to pass these healing techniques through the centuries and through two hundred years of American religious and commercial domination?

How can these ancient ways be applied to health, success and therapeutic coaching? Discover for yourself some of the ways used by the old Hawaiians.

And how can those old folk help you help yourself and your family? Our mind-expanding sessions can steer you between worlds that you did not know exist. Learn ways to harmonize energies between you, your relationships and your environment. Learn how to use the elements of nature to change your life.

Why Take Our Coaching or Training?

  1. To understand the principles of Hawaiian shamanism and the basis of huna healing.
  2. To manage emotional problems to living your life purpose
  3. To explore the natural elements of Hawaiian shamanism
  4. To clarify and heal relationships that slow you down and hold you back
  5. To explore dreams, Dreamtime and Hakalau
  6. To access and use awaiku

We also teach you about the traps and blocks on the Hawaiian road to spirituality. Many Western huna-teachers only teach the light and pretty side of huna – and ignore the dangers of the darker side. Imagine learning to drive a car with lots of talk about convenience and without the slightest information about the possibility of accidents, how to avoid them and what  to do if one happens!

Hawaiian Healing – Mawaho or Maloko?

The Hawaiian healers of old differentiated between illness caused by external imbalances (mawaho) and diseases caused by internal imbalances (maloko). Mawaho illnesses required ho’oponopono with the living (and often with the dead), while maloko disease required herbal remedies (la’au lapa’au). Many diseases required both.

You can obtain additional coaching, tuition and guidance in our ongoing mentorship.

Hawaiian Spirituality . Ho’oponopono . Huna, Healing and Ohana . Kumulipo . Soulwork

Huna Kalani . Soul Mentorship . Awaiku . Hawaiian Antiquities . Daddy Bray

Huna Kalani Training

E komo mai. Welcome.
We teach in many countries – usually on secluded beaches, forests or parks.
We can meet and work online – or in beautiful places.

We bring this wisdom to the world under the name of Huna Kalani.
Do you want to heal your life? We seek people who wish to bring back this ancient magic.

Huna Kalani provides an experiential introduction to old Hawaiian healing. People can experience the beauty and power of Huna Kalani in a series of workshops that can expand their perception of reality. Hawaiian magic refers to a technology that few understand. Within these old healing skills are some of the roots of the systemic magic that we call Soulwork systemic coaching.

Training in Hawaiian Mysticism & Healing
Huna 1 Bringing Down the Sun: Ho’oponopono & Ho’omanamana
Huna 2 Elements of Nature: Honua, Ha, Ahi & Wai
Huna 3 Dreamtime: Ho’omoe, Moe Uhane & Expanded Consciousness
Huna 4 Advanced Huna: Awaiku, I’o and Kumulipo
Huna 5 Huna Experience in Croatia, Mexico or on Hawaii

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