Thursday, January 12, 2006

Huna Kupua - Wisdom of Polynesia

Huna is a Hawaiian word meaning "secret," but it also refers to the esoteric wisdom of Polynesia.

Kupua is another Hawaiian word and it refers to a specialized healer who works with the powers of the mind and the forces of nature. In that respect it is very similar to the Siberian Tungusic word "shaman."

The Seven Principles of Huna

1. The World Is What You Think It Is.

2. There are no limits.

3. Energy Flows Where Attention Goes.

4. Now Is The Moment Of Power.

5. To Love Is To Be Happy With (someone or something).

6. All Power Comes From Within.

7. Effectiveness Is The Measure Of Truth.

These truths can be linked to the teachings of Bashar:

Bashar: "What you put out, is what you get back."
This ties in with numbers 1, 3 and 6 above. It refers to how the material world is nothing but a mirror, reflecting your thoughts, words and deeds; reflecting your intention, attention and core beliefs. So "Do unto others as you would have it done unto you." Smile into the mirror, and the mirror smiles back - without judgment, without delay.

Bashar: "Life is what works." which ties in with number 7 above. If some method or situation doesn't work, or doesn't work as good as an alternative, then give yourself the freedom to change your mind. When working for peace, is "an eye for an eye" a dogma that works?

More information on Huna Kupua:
More information on Bashar: or this overview



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