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Huna - Hawaiian Spirituality Classes - LET THE BLESSINGS FALL LIKE RAIN.

Known as Huna (meaning "secret"), the Hawaiian spiritual tradition places equal emphasis on connecting with your spirituality and connecting with the earth, your body, and your emotions. Rather than teaching transcendence of the physical plane, Huna teaches us to celebrate life, to merge matter and spirit. Connect more easily to the Earth and your spiritual self.


Healing stone on Oahu north shore
The Huna Philosophy

Huna believes that the key to living a fulfilled life lies in the awakening and integration of your subconscious self, conscious self, and higher self. It offers us a profoundly beautiful philosophy of life centered in love and the vision of humankind, nature, and the divine as harmonious parts of a cosmic community. But Huna is not just a philosophy; more than anything else Huna is something you do. It gives us a set of practices that are simple yet, when used regularly, profoundly transformational.

Huna Classes

The S.U.N. Network teaches a sequence of classes called "Huna". The ancient Hawaiians used the word Huna to refer to a body of knowledge and the word kahuna (literally "keeper of the secret") to refer to a practitioner of that knowledge. Like all S.U.N. classes, Huna is an initiation workshop in which you receive powerful energies that you can then access at any time for yourself or others by mentally directing the flow (no visualization, mantras, etc.). The workshop leader is trained in the Malaka tradition of Huna. The teacher transmits directly to the student, through permanent empowerments of the student's energy field, abilities which would otherwise take decades to develop.

The Huna system is a sequence of five progressively transformative course levels.

However, the sequence is so carefully designed that you can stop at any time and have a complete experience. The first level alone contains enough tools to keep you evolving for the rest of your life.

Some of the empowerments you will acquire in the first level include:

  • Connecting with the earth in a new and deeper way
  • "Melekiana" empowerment, which permanently deepens and strengthens your energy flow
    from just one exposure
  • "Kala" empowerment for dissolving emotional conflict at the subconscious level. You may have heard that this ancient Hawaiian technique had been lost, however it has been preserved in the Malaka tradition.
  • Sending a powerful Hawaiian energy to yourself and others

A significant increase in what Huna believes are the three key qualities of the heart:

  • The ability of your heart to give and receive love, courage and openness to life
  • Clearing negative thought forms the Huna way
  • Linking with the heart chakra of the sun

The ancient and powerful Cross of Fire initiation.

This works with a whole system of energy centers and channels that most people aren't even aware they have! It profoundly deepens work with the chakra and meridian systems as well as accessing trans-formational potential not available if we work with only the chakras and meridians.

Not only are these Huna empowerments unusually powerful, the energies feel great! Many people say they feel like they've spent a week in Hawaii after using them! Come to one of our demonstrations and experience these beautiful energies for yourself.

Email or call today to take this Huna class and be opened to your true self and bring in the sacred Mana you deserve.

Keith Darwin Rector can be contacted by email darwin@cruzio.com or 831-479-3296


Ua ola loko i ke aloha. Love gives life within. Love is imperative to one's mental, physical, emotional and spiritual welfare.

"Huna is a wonderful spiritual experience. It not only grounds you to the earth but allows your spiritual side to soar and expand."
Katharine, Chemist

"Huna has been wonderful for my depression I can't say in words how it has transformed my life. If I wake up depressed, I just do the Huna and the joy is back in my life like magic!"
Sharrona

"The Huna attunements have...helped me enjoy being in my body and experiencing my humanness more."
-JM, Suisun


Hula the spiritual dance to the SUN. Keith dances to the Sun and Spirits

Malamala - Let us uphold and spread abroad the light!

I have seen much on the Hawaiian spiritual system on the web pages and because there is not one Hawaii but several islands, there are several versions of Hawaiian spirituality. There is much confusion about the Huna or Ha as some call it and so I hope to give a little help by offering this advice. Some will not agree, so please add your wisdom. Email me and tell me more.

As a teacher of suppressed spiritual systems such as Hawaiian, Tibetan and others I see tremendous benefit for all to work with these wonderful systems. Many Hawaiians I know on the mainland (moved here or born here) have little history or working knowledge of their ancestor's uses and benefits of their Huna spiritual systems. Please learn as much as you can and be proud that Huna or Ha or what the name is this week, is a powerful and positive system. It was suppressed and few will talk about it in the Hawaiian culture for that reason there are many wrong things being circulated and an emphasis on the negative things done in the past.

Many think that Huna is a loose collection of practices or techniques. It is a profound psychological, spiritual and earth oriented tradition that is very grounded. Different Islands had different parts and practices as well as those brought from Tahiti with Alii systems. Many argue this is wrong and that is wrong, but this like Christian systems all fighting about who Jesus loves the most and the others will go to hell.

Much of the ancestral activity was more psychic practices to get something, get even or get love and there is a history of some deep dark practices of getting the spirit world to do things unethical that gave a tainted history to Hawaiian practices. Today there are many things coming out to the public that are very positive and loving, giving healing to the earth and all people.

In the old days you really had to prove your self worthy and go through purification by fire walking and initiation ceremonies that were complex. Today there is much more emphasis on the daily practice of meditation and clearing with energy tools, without the dogma of "religion". Yet people can go to church, temple or group worship, Hawaiian chanting and Hula, and not have it conflict with daily inner practice. The creator is in both worlds, our inner and outter, so we can explore both.

One thing I recommend to all is to spend time meditating on the Hawaiian deities, visit and ask for help at the Temples or Heiau. In visiting these powerful places of worship (like City of Refuge on each Island) Please respect the people, offerings and do not disturb or take things. Learn to pray in the ancient ways with the breath and work with your higher self (some call this the soul and guardian angel).

If you want to learn more please ask for the free book "Jack of All Subtle Energies" with a chapter on Huna

I both dance and sing Hawaiian, Tihitian and Maori. Dancing Hula over ten years with a group in Santa Cruz has been an empowering experience. I love the energy within the music and dance. Hula was a spiritual dance, honoring the Sun and nature, keeping a deep aliance with nature. The Halau has over 45 dances that we keep memorized and perform these at local events such as Luau's and parties.

Dance for the spirits beyond the audience and project the love from you to them all.
Mahalo, Keith Rector

E noho iho i ke opu weuweu, mai ho`oki`eki`e.

Remain among the clumps of grass and do not elevate yourself. Don't show off. Don't get puffed up and big-headed. Be ha`aha`a (humble), which does not mean timid, submissive, and spineless. An inner self-confidence which gives rise to quiet strength is far more admirable than self-importance, arrogance, and egotism. Ku`ia ka hele a ka na`au ha`aha`a. Hesitant walks the humble hearted. A humble person walks carefully, so as not to hurt others. Don't walk all over people..! Those who are sensitive to others inspire respect and allegiance. Those who throw their weight around will hurt others, and eventually themselves, when enough people have been hurt.


Keith Dances at the Aloha Races Santa Cruz California, my Kumu on the Left.

 

Polynesian paddle and club collection.

Field museum Chicago. Lots of playable slit drums, 8 feet long!

Hawaiian Alii helmet - same style and Solar colors as the Tibetian priests.

 

Keith plays IPU (Gord), Twete (Tihitian Drum) and sings Hawaiian.

   

 



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