I am drawn to Huna. The language is just beautiful, the traditions are breath taking. With more awareness of Huna being brought out through books and the internet, I decided to set out to learn more. I am a Medium, Spiritual Counselor, Animal Communicator. I am not Hawaiian. I am a Seeker, hungry for knowledge to expand my own awareness and consciousness. The more I learn about other spiritual practices and other traditions, the more I learn about myself as a spiritual being.
I am a victim of Huna fraud. Well, really I take full responsibility for my experience, so using the word victim here kind of goes against my Inner Being.
I ordered DVD's called KaHuna Secrets. I wanted to learn about Huna. That was my intention. But the DVD's were $397. I thought I'm being drawn to Huna, I will go ahead and order the DVD's.
Well, these DVD's, in my personal opinion, are a fraud. When a topic came up about Huna, the instructor said to get such and such book from Max Freedom Long. From what I could hear and understand on the DVD's, they were unprofessionally recorded and the picture and sound was atrocious, the instructor was basically teaching a formula of Huna and The Silva Method, and other energy methods that were not Huna. I've learned them from other trainings.
This is my opinion from my experience so far. The Instructor of this program (he is a white man) is a typical greedy American that takes, exploits and markets to take advantage and make the most money. (wow! judgmental lens coming into focus here!) But I'm not one to look through my judgmental lens. I like to think I
practice non-judgment. But my treatment by this man that calls himself a
Reverend and a Huna teacher has brought out my judgmental lens. I don't
like what I'm seeing in myself when I look through that lens.
Now that I've had that experience, can anyone suggest a teacher of unadulterated Huna? Is that even possible? Or was I delusional in thinking I can learn a beautiful sacred tradition?
I know that I had something to learn and there was something going on in me that brought this into my experience. Though, when I saw the picture of the instructor, a tiny thought came up that said, "He's not Hawaiian."
But wait, I've learned some amazing practices from the East from freely giving people that learned them from a teacher from the East. They were not white men. They were spiritual women. There's that judgment lens again.
Again, this is just my experience so far.
I would like to hear from some of you your reactions and your thoughts to my experience. Yes, I'm opening myself up here.
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