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After opening the topic to review "Clearing Your Lifepath: With Kahuna Wisdom" by Allan P. Lewis, or "Hawaiian Magic" by Dr. Clark Wilkerson; in the For Sale section; I thought anyone who has read one or more HUNA books would like to have a special topic where they could share their opinion of ANY HUNA book with others.

Please use the same five star rating.

1 = poor
2 = below average
3 = average
4 = recommended
5 = highly recommended

ANL - 2B

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"Hawaaiian Magic" by Clark Wilkerson
5 stars!
Mr. Wilkerson lays the foundation for becoming a student of Huna using a pendulum
and removing complexes for bringing balance among the Three selves. Balance is a virtue we need in our life. Later, Wilkerson talks about communicating with other beings. For the uninitiated, it can seem rather erie but for those who are adventurous and want to delve into the other worlds unseen by the naked eye he leaves you with feeling that you ARE MORE than a mortal living in the mundane world. I call it my "bible" to becoming a real Kahuna.
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Huna - a beginners guide, by Enid Hoffman

4 stars

This was the first Huna book I read, and my opinion will thus be from a beginners standpoint. All in all I think this was a pretty good book. For me the best part was the exercises on using a pendulum. It's quite informative, but sometimes it was a bit "chatty" ie using lots of words to tell something pretty straightforward. Also, I get a feeling that it's not always "pure Huna", and that Enid mixes in some things from other sources (Maybe you can confirm this 2B?)
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quite informative, but sometimes it was a bit "chatty" ie using lots of words to tell something pretty straightforward. Also, I get a feeling that it's not always "pure Huna", and that Enid mixes in some things from other sources (Maybe you can confirm this 2B?)



Aloha nui loa Lilelord; my brother.

The Enid Hoffman HUNA material in her book "Huna: A beginners Guide" is heavily based on the MFL model of HUNA.

I recommend her book over all of the MFL material.

Your comment about mixing things; this is correct; but MFL did the mixing.

He took Hawai'ian mysticism, and added bits of Christianity, Theosophy, and other materials because he sincerely believed there was a link.

MFL was a sincere dedicated researcher; but in a few places; he took the calculation of 2+2 and reached a sum of 6.

Thanks for posting the review.

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As with Lillelord I read the Enid Hoffman book first as it was a 'quick introduction' to HUNA. I would give it 2 stars for introducing HUNA in a quick, easy manner that encourages you to research further.

Charlotte Berney book explained in much greater detail - for which I would rate it 3 stars.

MFL bookes (I've read 2-3 now) I would rate 3 stars for background history and interest. However, not so good in helping on my path

Alan Lewis would have to be the top of the pile so far with 5 stars (however I'm still to read Clark Wilkerson, so reserve the option to change this in the near future.

Other HUNA books I wouldn't really rate.

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As most people on the site have gathered by now - I've been away for a few years now, and only in reviewing old posts have I realised I never completed this one.

I did read the C Wilkerson book, and thought is was amazing - definitely a 5-star read. For those who are able to get their hands on it - the return I got from it was priceless! I value this more than the money I paid for it.

At the end of the day, money is just paper and metal.... riches can be found in other areas, you just have to look for it.

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Alan Lewis would have to be the top of the pile so far with 5 stars (however I'm still to read Clark Wilkerson, so reserve the option to change this in the near future.



As far as the material in the "Clearing Your Lifepath" book; the book IS excellent. The book is expertly laid out in 14 chapters or lessons (I consider it to be a Huna workshop in a book).

Unfortunately; that darned introduction by Adele Von Bibra implies that the author bought into all of the misconceptions and theories of MFL when he did not.

I hold Clark Wilkerson's book "Hawaiian Magic" in higher regard for three reasons.

1. It was "Hawaiian Magic" that gave me the technology to wade into the garbage held by my basic self, and take out the trash. After clearing the complexes and fixations; my mind no longer ran in circles while the rut got deeper and the walls got higher.

2. There is no nonsence introduction that buys into the theory that Hawai'ians are a lost tribe of Israel, Jesus was a kahuna, and adds bits of Christianity and Theosophy to Hawai'ian mysticism.

3. Mr. Wilkerson was a real seeker for spiritual truths. He had earned his DD degree, Ordained Reverend, had studied with the Rosicrucian's, and was a psychic and clairvoyant. He only wanted the truth, and didn't care where he had to go look for it.

I will tell you the same thing about Mr. Wilkerson I have told others. "He takes you to the edge of reality, and lifts the curtain"

It's a darn shame that some people throw the baby out with the bathwater where "Hawaiian Magic" is concerned just because in a few places he talks about the Lord thinkers of Venus, and UFOs from Jupiter.

I have also had some out of the ordinary experiences such as some of the Hawai'ian gods, and my 'aumakua appearing in my apartment.

Before a person becomes enlightened they go through a mental stage the Buddhists call makyo. In Makyo; the person has visual and audible hallucinations.

It's possible that Mr. Wilkerson was experiencing makyo, and it's possible those experiences were real.

When I experienced makyo myself; I can tell you that the experiences felt ABSOLUTELY real to my 8 sences.

I just wish people would put the Lord Thinkers of Venus, and the UFOs from Jupiter in the gray box (meaning the person is not sure if it was real or not) because the other 90-95% of the book is worth it's weight in gold.

At least "Hawaian Magic" is worth It's weight in gold to me; because I am healthier and happier than I have ever been!

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