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Change We Must


I'm really confused here Two Bears. How come this amazing book is only 15th on your list, and doesn't even get designated as worth reading? Come on, below four MFL books?

Yeah, it doesn't even mention the word huna, but that is because the term was invented by MFL and has nothing to do with the Hawaiian tradition. Of all the books on the list, Change We Must gives BY FAR the most authentic feel for true Hawaiian culture and spirituality. Yeah, it doesn't contain much in the way of technique or even explicit philosophy, but if forms the foundation for a true, deep understanding of the culture which gave birth to Ho'omana. None of the other books on your list come within 1000 miles of Change We Must in this respect.

So, on the 5 point system you gave, Change We must obviously deserves about 15. What gives?
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I'm really confused here Two Bears. How come this amazing book is only 15th on your list, and doesn't even get designated as worth reading? Come on, below four MFL books?



"Change we must IS a good book. It is a true message from the heart of the author.

1. it is no helpful for someone that was not raised in that culture with the aloha spirit.

2. The book dies not teach readers HOW to use this spiritual technology.

3. Does not even instruct the people about the culture or legends

This book will NOT help open their eyes to a much wider world

My one purpose is to help people wake up to a far more mystical and exciting universe they have never dreamed possible. A universe where we ARE co-creators of the way the universe unfolds.

Most religions tell their followers that we are helpless puny mortals, and we have no power of our own.

It IS possible to change your future.

It IS possible to modulate the weather.

It IS possible to bend time.

It IS possible to heal the sick.

It IS possible to improve your mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual health.

"Change We Must" did NOT tell people those things were possible; let alone how a person can manifest those things in their own life.
 
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Yeah, it doesn't even mention the word huna, but that is because the term was



I don't care if a book uses the name huna or not. When I talk about this spiritual technology; I use the name I coined (pule me mana) because this more accurately describes this technology. I use the name huna on my website so people who have read assorted huna books will know what I am talking about.

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invented by MFL and has nothing to do with the Hawaiian tradition.



You are quite correct. the Hawai'ians NEVER used the name huna. When they called their spirituality anything; they said ho'omana (to make mana). Their spirituality was as natural as breathing.

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Of all the books on the list, Change We Must gives BY FAR the most authentic feel for true Hawaiian culture and spirituality. Yeah, it doesn't contain much in the way of technique or even



We will have to agree to disagree here.

Yes the book tells some of the philosophy; but does NOT put Hawai'ian spirituality, hawai'ian culture, or the legends into the hands of the readers.

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Ho'omana. None of the other books on your list come within 1000 miles of Change We Must in this respect.



If I may use your analogy; That book does not come within 1000 miles of opening the eyes of the readers, and telling the readers that THEY have the power to change their life for the better.


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