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For those who are interested, it is my suggestion that if you are someone who really has a desire to learn all there is to learn about HUNA and live your life to its fullest, get your hands on a copy of "Hawaiian Magic" by Clark Wilkerson.
There is nothing like it! You will soon discover what no one has ever told you before about who you really are and how you can change your life...in the now and the hereafter.
This is GOLD!!
Aloha nui loa;
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  Hi there Tommy,
     I assume you've read Lewis's book already by now. How would you compare the two books in your opinion? You know, strong and weak points or focus and stuff?

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Aloha Max,
I've never read Allan Lewis's book. I only know what Two Bears has shared with me regarding his teaching style which is positive but, Clark Wilkerson is amazing to me. I mean..he has you thinking about the broader picture of things and your place in this vast universe. It is in my opinion the bible for becoming a real kahuna. We all have that potential whether we accept that fact or not. I have always been a firm believer of the Eastern way of thought..."To look within".
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Aloha nui loa Max; my brother

Tommy only bought "Hawaiian Magic"

Since Tommy has not read the Lewis book; he is not able to compare the two.

I have read both the Lewis and the Wilkerson books.

I read the Wilkerson book first, and it made a far greater affect on my life than the Lewis book did. It was the Wilkerson book that first fave me the tools to clear my complexes and fixations to stop me from being so reactionary.

When I sell the two books as a set; I always recommend that people read the Lewis book FIRST. Because Lewis teaches HUNA in a methodical step by step process step a, then step b, and step c, and finally step d. The Lewis book is a better HUNA teaching book.

I have stated on my website that "If I had to limit my HUNA library to one book; "Hawaiian Magic" by Clark Wilkerson is the ONLY book I would keep."

I say that in all sincerity. I have one copy of the Wilkerson book in my library, and I have another copy in my archives (a box of books that are rare and special to me. There is no extra copy of the Lewis book in my archives).

ANL - 2B

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I've never read Allan Lewis's book. I only know what Two Bears has shared with me regarding his teaching style which is positive but, Clark Wilkerson is amazing to me. I mean..he has you thinking about the broader picture of things and your place in this vast universe. It is in my opinion the bible for becoming a real kahuna. We all have that potential whether we accept that fact or not. I have always been a firm believer of the Eastern way of thought..."To look within".



I think Wilkerson takes one to the edge of physical realty, then raises the curtain so you can peek behind it.

If I had read the Wilkerson book 35 years ago; in my unenlightened state; I would have reacted "What has this guy been smoking!"

I have had paranormal experiences happen around me for the last 30 years since studying Qigong, Zen Buddhism, working with the Great White Brotherhood in MAP, attending Native American ceremonies, and I have had many personal paranormal experiences; so I can look at the paranormal events reported in the Wilkerson book with a kind eye.

If I were to tell my friends and neighbors what I had seen or done; they would call the men in white lab coats.

I will give you two mystical experiences I saw with my own eyes, and if you don't believe them; that is fine.

1. 1980 I was invited to my neighbors to have dinner. As I went down the steps I steped onto the throw rug and it slipped; so here I was falling toward the table, and I saw my head was going to hit the table. I heard a loud ringing in my ears, and the fall seemed to go into slow motion, and we all saw the table move out of my way, and I landed on the floor without fracturing my skull on the edge of the table. Then it took the combined strength of myself and my two friends to move the heavy wood table back where it had been.

2. November a year ago a medicine man and his wife invited me to their home for dinner, and before dinner Ed asked if I would like to participate in a pipe ceremony with them and the other guests. I said that's great so I brought out my Catlinite pipe (made from red pipestone). so we went out into a clearing in the trees behind their house. It was cold and the wind was blowing. As soon as Ed lit the sage (to smudge the participants with the sage smoke); the wind stopped blowing instantly. After he smudged the participants and himself; he took my pipe and the tobacco. As he filled the bowl slowly, and he left pinches of tobacco for the six directions (East, South, West, North, Above and Below). Every time he left a pinch of tobacco for the spirits of six directions; a HUGE gust of wind would come into the clearing and bend the trees over so the sun could shine in the circle of trees all six times. then he lit the pipe, and we passed the pipe in the circle.

I have seen and caused mystical experiences that make those look tame.

ANL - 2B

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  Thanks, 2B for clarification. Lewis' book, which I'm reading at the moment, is very well-structured for a beginner to follow through, but it seems that, like I mentioned before, the long liturgy and prayers, which he wants us to memorize before we go on, truly wear my Unihipili out. It digged it at first, but got bored quite fast.
    Feel kind of hard to motivate my Unihipili these days to keep going with the clearing process, especially after the breakup with my girlfriend. Know I've done the right thing, but all the residual feelings and memories still haunt me at times. Can you recommend a prayer picture or a method to deal with the leftover feelings effectively so that I can freely move on to the next phase, as it were? 2B?
    If others on the forum experienced similar problem as mine and dealt with it successfully thru HUNA, do let me know as well.
    Thanks.

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Thanks, 2B for clarification. Lewis' book, which I'm reading at the moment, is very well-structured for a beginner to follow through, but it seems that, like I mentioned before, the long liturgy and prayers, which he wants us to memorize before we go on, truly wear my Unihipili out. It digged it at first, but got bored quite fast.



There will be even more prayers and structure in the "Hawaiian Nagic" book. It just isn't as well structured for beginners (step by step approach) as the Lewis book is.

You do NOT have to follow those prayers and meditations dogmaticaly. After you are accustomed to entering the silence, and have found techniques that work for you; use those techniques to get into the silence, then do the work you need to do in the silence. As I said before; Lewis was writing that book for beginners that knew ABSOLUTELY NOTHING about HUNA or working in the silence, and that is how he taught people 21 years ago to enter the silence.

When you read the Wilkerson book; you will see the way that Mr. Wilkerson taught people to enter the silence 36 years ago.

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Feel kind of hard to motivate my Unihipili these days to keep going with the clearing process, especially after the breakup with my girlfriend. Know I've done the right thing, but all the residual feelings and memories still haunt me at times. Can you recommend a prayer picture or a method to deal with the leftover feelings effectively so that I can freely move on to the next phase, as it were? 2B?



Max; you should mever try to push your unihipili around to do things as a slave. You as an Uhane are to work on your evolvement, and assisting your unihipili to evolve too.

If your unihipili is reluctant to participate; stop and try to do the exercizes later in the day, or even the next day. If possible; make a bargain with your unihipili. If you will help me in this exercize for 10 minutes; this unit will go do something you like for 10 minutes. It doesn't matter if your uhane thinks it is silly or not; still let loose and act like a kid and fly a kite, eat some chocolate, walk down a path in a park and see how many animals you can spot, etc (whatever activity your unihipili enjoys.

One can NOT have their 'aumakua be active in our daily life UNTIL the uhane and unihipili come into harmony, and you clear your complexes and fixations.

The unihipili has been put down, told the world does not work that way, called names, been verbaly or physically beaten by our uhane, parents or guardians, and authority figures, etc.

It is ONLY natural for the unihipili to be reluctant at first by the uhane to be treating it kind and with respect after 20 or more years of abuse or neglect.

It took me YEARS to clear the complexes and fixations that kept me acting as a robot, and bring my lower selves into harmony, and I began to see miracles happen under my hands because of the 'aumakua's assistance.

About the prayer picture regarding to your prayer picture with your girlfriend.

Choose a prayer picture of you going about your life as if you were perfectly happy.

ANL - 2B

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You do NOT have to follow those prayers and meditations dogma

Thank God. I was feeling almost too embarrassed to say "Thanks you" three times when I was doing 'forgive and forget' section. emoticon

The unihipili has been put down, told the world does not work that way, called names, been verbaly or physically beaten by our uhane, parents or guardians, and authority figures, etc.

It is ONLY natural for the unihipili to be reluctant at first by the uhane to be treating it kind and with respect after 20 or more years of abuse or neglect.

Very true. Most of the times, as my Unihipili knows that HUNA is working in my life as real as can be, it is helpful. But, once in a while, it rebels and become suspicious. So, I dare my Unihipili with a Ha Rite - as in if we do this, that goodie is gonna happen. Wanna bet? -and 'Wala, it works again!' So, it's been getting better.
    
Just that when I had too much to drink the night before, it just doesn't want to do anything.
  By the way, is any substance like alcohol, cigarette, or whatever considered 'not spiritually wholesome' in HUNA tradition?

  Thanks, 2B.

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Thank God. I was feeling almost too embarrassed to say "Thanks you" three times when I was doing 'forgive and forget' section.



Those prayers and meditations are guidelines to help you do the inner house cleaning you are doing. As long as you go into the silence to do the inner house cleaning; that is ALL that matters.

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Very true. Most of the times, as my Unihipili knows that HUNA is working in my life as real as can be, it is helpful. But, once in a while, it rebels and become suspicious. So, I dare my Unihipili with a Ha Rite - as in if we do this, that goodie is gonna happen. Wanna bet? -and 'Wala, it works again!' So, it's been getting better.



I am glad you understand this, and I am glad that you are helping your unihipili develop faith that the system works.

For me; I KNOW the system works because it helped me clear my major complexes and fixations that kept me reacting like a robot for years, and I enjoy my life now.

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By the way, is any substance like alcohol, cigarette, or whatever considered 'not spiritually wholesome' in HUNA tradition?



Nothing like that is considered to be not spiritual.

There are reasons not to drink alcohol, or smoke; but none of them have spiritual reasons not to use them.

Smoking in excess can cause lung cancer, and you are literally burning money.

Alcohol in excess can destroy brain cells, damage one's liver, and there is the cost of the alcohol.

Your unihipili enjoys smoking a few cigarettes or a cigar once in a while fine. Just do not abuse the tobacco until you become addicted to it.

If your unihipili enjoys drinking a beer or a shot of alcohol every now and then; do for it; but do not use it until you become addicted. It is said that a shot of alcohol occasionally is actually good for the heart.

I will tell you two little stories about myself.

1. I used to smoke my pipe every morning and every evening during prayers for many years. I only stopped smoking the pipe AFTER I saw the mystical experiences during prayer (whether I smoked the pipe or not), and I learned real quick that the spirits would work with me whether I smoked the pipe or not; so I stopped smoking the pipe, and sold the pipe to someone who had wanted a catlinite (pipestone pipe) for years.

2. Occasionally; I enjoy an alcoholic drink. I think I blew Tommy's mind when one evening; I suggested that we go out and drink. I had a strawberry Daquiri, and after a few minutes of coaxing; I relented to have a second drink a B-52. I had not drank any alcohol for months earlier.

So Mahalo nui loa Tommy for the drinks.

ANL - 2B

If you read "Hawaiian Magic" you will read an incident of Mr. Wilkerson and his kahuna mentor who had been up for most of the night and talking about spiritual matters, and the kahuna wanted to come back down to be in balance, and asked for a shot of rum, and to borrow a pair of swimming trunks so he could go for a swim. I have quoted the incident below.

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As the sun came up,the Hawaiian teacher turned to me and said,Let’s get back into balance. He reached over and tapped me on the shoulder as he said,“Do you have any rum?” I said,“Yes.” The teacher said,“Pour me a shot,” which I did and he tipped it up and drank it down. As he got up and stretched, he inquired,“Do you have an extra pair of swimming trunks?” When I told him I did,he said, “Let ’s take a dip in your swimming pool.” It was invigorating and ref reshing,and it brought us back from the godly things and spiritual words and wisdom into material balance.
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So Mahalo nui loa Tommy for the drinks.


Your very welcome Two Bears!
I really enjoyed myself that night with you and Tiffany.

I hope we get the chance to do that again...soon!

Aloha nui loa;
Tommy



   
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