Hawaiian Huna is a sacred teaching, the secrets of which have been passed from teacher to student for countless generations. The practitioners of Huna are known as the Kahuna, the searchers and seekers of light. They are the healers, teachers and leaders of Hawaiian shamanism.
In the Hawaiian language the word Huna means “secret”. It is the term used to describe the mysteries behind the teachings that were the spiritual way of life of the ancient Hawaiian people.
The word Huna can also be translated as, to rise to the light, and Kahuna, one who rises to the light.
And what is light?
Light is the potential of the human spirit, the light that exists within all of us. It is the source of the universal knowledge, awareness and power that is inherent. It is the intelligence of the potential that awaits to be awakened and expressed.
The Kahuna work towards the achievement of oneness with and within themselves, to become a living expression of the light of their potential.
The Kahuna work to enlighten and empower themselves by working in alignment with sacred principles and practices that reflect the secrets to the nature of light.
The purpose of Huna is self–empowerment—achieved through the practice of its sacred teachings. These include breath, energy work, meditation and chanting. Read more »