I’ve been writing about the seven precepts of Huna in this blog for some time now. I thought it was about time to present them in one go and then to explain what they have to do with self-hypnosis.
I began learning the Huna precepts back in the early 1990’s. I have found them to be a very solid way of looking at the world and working with in it. I refer to them all the time as a reminder of how life if a mentation (something of the mind).
I was introduced to Huna by a teacher who had learnt from Dr Serge Kahili King in Hawaii.
And what does Huna have to do with self-hypnosis? From my standpoint, quite a lot!
You see, we hypnotise ourselves with little knowledge that we are doing it. The Huna precepts are a good way to learn to wake up to LIFE. To wake up that there is more to life that what we may have learnt or been told.
Huna has helped me to begin breaking out of the cage of limiting beliefs. To look beyond what we are taught and told on a daily basis.
It is a great tool to learn to break the bonds of limiting beliefs. The last precept is a great one to ask yourself when you are striving for a goal.
Pono – Effectiveness is the measure of truth.. Am I being effective? Am I achieving what I desire? If not, which of the other six precepts is an indicator of where my blockage is?
From experience, I have found that it is Makia – I am focusing on the wrong thing(s).
The other tool that goes with this is Mindfulness…We have to wake up from our waking sleep to be aware that we have drifted off course…
until next time