The ancient wisdom of Hawai'i has been guarded for centuries -- handed down through lines of kinship to form the tradition of Huna. Dating back to the time before the first missionary presence arrived in the islands, the tradition of Huna is more than just a philosophy of living -- it is intertwined and deeply connected with every aspect of Hawaiian life. Blending ancient Hawaiian wisdom with modern practicality, Serge Kahili King imparts the philosophy behind the beliefs, history, and foundation of Huna. More important, King shows readers how to use Huna philosophy to attain both material and spiritual goals. To those who practice Huna, there is a deep understanding about the true nature of life -- and the real meaning of personal power, intention, and belief. Through exploring the seven core principles around which the practice revolves, King passes onto readers a timeless and powerful wisdom.
In Mai 2016 Monika Petry published the English Trilogy of the HRA Bulletins of Max Freedom Long from 1948 to 1970. In September 1959 Max F. Long started the Huna Vistas Bulletins taking much care of the Kabala and Tarot. In Dec. 1962 he started his predictions for each year. He wrote: “My experience with the Tarot, for what it may be worth, is that it is an outer expression of veiled “magical” truth and that, in the hands of psychic and expert users, it forms a valuable tool with which to probe past, present, and to a degree, the future.” In this context this subject merges with Huna and is worth being presented to the readers. Monika Petry has collected all writings and correspondence concerning the Kabala and Tarot Cards in the Huna Vistas Bulletins so that readers who share Max Long's interest in Kabala & Tarot may find these subjects in a condensed form. Important notice: This is NOT one of thousands of Tarot books but the first Book of HUNA IN TAROT. The excerpts are presented in chronological order.
In the year 1953 the presence of coded Huna information in the Bible was discovered. Since that time the research work has progressed, with a number of additional pieces of coded information uncovered. This book gives not only the later findings, but further expands the study to show similar coded information in the religions of the ancient Egyptians, Israelites, Buddhists and practitioners of Yoga. The complete investigation of the Bible and Gnostic literature has not yet been finished, and the reader who wishes to do so may carry on for himself without much difficulty, once this book has been read and the research method is understood. Yesterday the unveiling of the coded knowledge would have been countered by the Church with burnings and any torture needed for the suppression of heresy. Today, happily, even the humblest Galileo is able safely to take up his telescope and peer into the realms of the new and strange.... . and still forbidden. (From the Forward.) Get Your Copy Today!
Using self-suggestion is a simple process which may be divided into three steps: First, quite naturally, one must decide what is to be suggested to the low self by the middle self - to the subconscious by the conscious mind self. Second, one relaxes the body, stills the trains of thought that may be running through the mind, and, when the low self is in this way made ready to accept suggestion, the third step is taken. This third step is to give the suggestion to the low self either aloud or silently. One may succeed in getting some response from the low self on the very first attempt to use self-suggestion, but usually it takes a little period of practice before one gets a full and swift response. One learns to crawl, then to walk, and then to run. An attempt to reverse the process and start with the running cannot help but be a waste of time. (From Chapter 4) Get Your Copy Today!
Centuries ago, the Kahuna, the ancient Hawaiian miracle workers, discovered the fundamental pattern of energy-flow in the Universe. Their secrets of psychic and intra-psychic communication, refined and enriched by modern scientific research, are now revealed in this practical, readable book. Learn to talk directly to your own unconscious selves and others'. It could change your life.
Yuezhi origin Royal Peoples: Kushana, Huna, Gurjar and Khazar Kingdoms
Author: Adesh Katariya
Pubpsher: Adesh Katariya
The Yuezhi were the Tocharian-speaking inhabitants of the Tarim Basin, making them the easternmost speakers of Indo-European languages in antiquity. They had known a different nomenclature at different places and different time lines. Due to their native places Tokhristan, they called Tocharian or Tokharian (Tushar in Indian – Sanskrit Litreture). This book mainly focused on Central Asian History during 200 BC and its effects on later history, Role of Yuezhi migration in Ancient History of Central Asia, settlement of Yuezhi after migration and various theories about current form of Ancient Yuezhi tribe. In the later or previous events , these peoples spreaded in whole central asia and stablised many Kingdoms like Kushana, Huna, Gurjar and Khazar .Till now many researches publoished on the history of Great yuezhi tribe but several links are still under dark. In this book, we are trying to compile all happenings as per their timings. We also would like to clarify that motive of this book is not for money making; our approach is only to attract good schoolers to discuss and research on the great Yuezhi Tribes. Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Table of Contents 1 Yuezhi/Tochar in Past and Gurjar in Present 1.1 Origin 1.2 Migrations Out of India 1.3 Other theories about meaning of word, Gujjar or Gurjar 1.4 Occupation of Yuezhi 1.5 Evidences of Yuezhi/Tochorian Mummies found in Tarim Besin 1.6 Yuezhi(Tocharians)and other Central Asian People in Indian Literature 1.7 Early Relation of Yuezhi with Xiongnu 1.8 Starting of Great Migration of Yuezhi (Tocharian) 1.8.1 First War between Xiongnu and Yuezhi 1.8.2 Second War between Xiongnu and Yuezhi 1.8.3 Third War between Xiongnu and Yuezhi and Yuezhi Migration 1.8.4 Xiao Yuezhi 月氏or Small Yuezhi 2 2.1 Great Yuezhi Migration (Westward Path) 2.1.1 First Yuezhi– Wusun War 2.1.2 First Scythian-Yuezhi War 2.2 Yuezhi’s Further Migration to South West 2.2.1 Second Yuezhi– Wusun War 2.2.1 Yuezhi Occupy Bectria 2.3 Political Structure of Yuezhi States 2.4 Locations of Yuezhi States 2.5 Zhang Qian's Trip to Central Asia 2.5.1 Zhang Qian's reports 2.5.2 Socond Trip of Zhang Qian 2.6 Political Structure Of yuezhi Kingdom in Bectria 2.7 Yuezhi-Perthian War 2.8 Initial phase of Kushana Kingdom- Change in Politics and Art 3 Kushana Empire 3.1 Formation of Kushana Kingdom 3.2 Early Kushans 3.3 Territorial expansion of Kushana Kingdom 3.4 Social Structure during Kushana 3.5 Kushan art 3.6 Religions under the Kushans 3.7 Cosmopolitanism of the Kushan Regime 3.8 Evidence of Kushana Kingdom 3.9 Decline of Kushana Kingdom 3.9.1 New settlements of Kushans 3.9.2 The Impact of Kushan Extinction 4 Huna 4.1 Description 4.2 The Language 4.3 Who were Huna ? 5 White Huna 5.1 The early appearance of the Hepthelites 5.2 Hephtalites History 5.3 Hephtalites Kingdoms 5.4 Huns in Central Asia 5.4.1 First War between Peroz and Hepthelites; 5.4.2 Second War between Peroz and Hepthelites; 5.4.3 Third War between Peroz and Hepthelites; 5.4.4 The Great Persian War, 541-549. 5.4.5 The Hephthalite rullers of Central Asia 5.5 Last Phase of Hepthelites 5.6 Hephthalite Rulers of South Asia 5.6.1 Conquests in Gandhara and northern India 5.6.2 List of Rulers 5.6.3 Important Rulers of the Indo-Huna Empire 5.6.4 The Extermination 6 Kiderites Huna 6.1 Various Theories of Kidarites by Historians 6.2 Connection with Hepthelites 6.3 The Kidarite kingdom 6.4 Kidarites Kings 6.5 Relation to the "Huns" of Europe 6.6 Relation with Khazars 6.7 Kidarites and China 7 Xionites 7.1 Origins 7.2 History 7.3 Conquest of Bactria 7.4 Alchon Hephthalite and Huna people 7.5 Red Huns and White Huns 7.6 Religion 8 Uar 8.1 Origin and migration 8.2 Uar and Hephthalites 9 Northern Huna 9.1 Description 9.2 Iranian Huns 9.2.1 The Huns before Attila 9.2.2 Attila and Bleda's Rise to Power 9.3 History of Northern Huna 9.3.1 Battle of the Catalaunian Plains 9.3.2 Honoria's Proposal 9.3.3 Historical importance 9.3.4 Hunas Invade Italy 9.3.5 Attila's Mysterious Death 9.3.6 Attila's Empire Falls 9.4 The Legacy of Attila the Hun 9.5 Later folklore and iconography 9.6 Appearance and customs 9.7 Language 9.8 Hunnic Descendants in West Asia and Europe 9.9 Relation with Byzantine Empire 10 Khazar 10.1 The Khazars Kingdom 10.2 Origins and prehistory 10.3 Formation of the Khazar state 10.4 History of Khazars 10.4.1 Khazar-Arab war 10.4.2 Khazar religion 10.4.3 Government 10.4.4 Army 10.4.5 Economic position 10.4.6 Khazar coinage 10.5 Extent of influence 10.6 Decline and fall 10.7 Khazars outside Khazaria 10.8 Late references to the Khazars 10.9 Khazar conversion to Judaism 11 Gurjar Pratihar 11.1 Written sources of Gurjar Pratihar Dynasty 11.1.1 Origin Theories 11.1.2 Gurjar Pratihara Branches Relations 11.2 Gurjar Pratihar Rulers 11.3 Expansion of Gurjar Pratihar Kingdom 11.3.1 Conquest of Kannauj and further expansion 11.3.2 Battle of Rajasthan 11.3.3 Gurjar Army 11.4 Decline and downfall of the Pratihara empire 11.5 Later events 11.6 Legacy 11.7 Symbolism of Wild Boar 11.8 Gurjara Pratihara art 12 Chawda Dynasty 12.1 External links 12.2 History 12.3 Relation with Solanki Chalukyas 12.4 Chowtas could be related to Chowda Gurjars of North India 12.5 Solankis came into existence from Chowda rulers 12.6 Chowda rulers of Gujarat were jains similar to Chowta rulers of Karnataka 12.7 Present Status
Huna philosophy is about learning to become a conscious cocreator with the Universe. Hawaiian shaman King uses Kahuna healing methods to help us access the hidden energy of life, develop powers of concentration, and make friends with the deepest aspect of our being. Learn how your Higher Self, or aumakua, is contacted in the dream dimension. Get in touch with the Mana, the hidden energy of life. Develop higher powers of concentration by utilizing the tikis, created images of sight, sound, and feeling in meditation. Become aware of your subconscious, an integral part of your being, which impatiently awaits communion with the ego.
Explores the breakdown in the chain of cultural transmission that has led to the decimation of Hawaiian spirituality, and how it can be restored • Shows how reconnection to the ancestral ways can be achieved through letting go and forgiveness of the effects of colonization • Reveals how the lessons of the decline of Hawaiian spiritual tradition reflect on other religions • Clarifies the complex nature of Hawaiian ancestral worship Hawaiian spirituality teaches that individuals can be truly fulfilled only if they are conscious participants in the long ancestral chain of witnessing and transmission that connects the present to the time of origins. The Cry of the Huna invokes the author's personal history as he recounts the decline of his people's spiritual tradition as a result of colonization. The breakdown of the Hawaiians' ties with their sacred land led them to forget not only the teachings of their ancestors, but also the chain of na aumakua they form, which connects this people to both the earth and the realm of the gods. While the na aumakua can be viewed with reverence it is not seen or worshiped as a God. Rather it is seen as a part of the chain of life that arose from one god's vision of creation. Aumakua is a compound of makua (parents) and au, the endless ancestral chain that stretches through time. Each individual on earth represents a temporary end to that chain. As we age and our vision of life slowly looks toward death, our descendents come forth to provide the next eyes in the chain of witnessing and transmission. The Cry of the Huna shows how the rupture of this chain has led to widespread alienation. An endless cycle of resentment and revenge is fueled by the loss of the Hawaiians' spiritual birthright. The connection to the aumakua, however, can be reforged, but only by untying the circular cords of revenge to allow forgiveness to occur in the present so that healing can take place in the future.