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Confirmation from my Ku!


This is going to be a very trite sounding experience, but it was valuable to me because it indicates a true communication between me and my Ku, (or Unihipili, as you may prefer).

A few days ago, I sent the message that I wanted to lose weight, to be smaller, to my Ku. I used imagery of how I used to look before I gained weight in order to communicate this. I'd forgotten about this and put it out of my mind, when last night I had a dream that could only be the response.

In the dream, I was being shown a pair of small shorts, and I knew this was representative of shorts I would have worn back before I gained weight. I got the distinct message that I was being asked if this was what I wanted, as a confirmation of my desires. I "approved" the idea and indicated that yes, this is what I wanted.

I was so excited when I remembered this, as it is direct confirmation of communication! I also got a distinct feeling of familiar presense, the same way you would feel the presense of an old friend. Very exciting stuff!
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This is going to be a very trite sounding experience, but it was valuable to me because it indicates a true communication between me and my Ku, (or Unihipili, as you may prefer).



Congrats

If you talk your unihipili into losing weight; do not put it in the context of "losing" because your uni will react and ignore most of the rest of what you say.

You might want to put it into the context of regaining your health, active lifestyle, or your figure this way your uni listens because it will be getting something.

You might also want to make a deal treat your uni to an activity it enjoys every time you give away 2-3 pounds.

This might be flying a kite, eating a special treat your uni enjoys, etc.

my uni loves chocolate; so I treat my uni with a peice of Dove dark Chocolate. ;-)

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You might also want to make a deal treat your uni to an activity it enjoys every time you give away 2-3 pounds.

This might be flying a kite, eating a special treat your uni enjoys, etc.

my uni loves chocolate; so I treat my uni with a peice of Dove dark Chocolate. ;-)




It's interesting, I studied psychology at college a couple of years ago, and the job I'm in now requires me to use techniques based on behavioural psychology in order to help men make healthy lifestyle changes.

Huna is very much enhancing my knowledge of these techniques and WHY they work. One of the concepts we are expected to introduce early on to our clients is that of REWARDS.

I have a feeling that I'm going to get a lot out of this job in the way of understanding more about behavioural psychology, and therefore giving me a further understanding about the Unihipili :-)

I have found making deals with Unihipili to be quite effective for me personally. For example, I suffer from a disc problem, which puts pressure on my sciatic nerve and can be very uncomfortable at times. I have promised my Unihipili that if he gets rid of the pain I would read a few more chapters of the novel I'm currently reading, before bed. The pain nearly always lessens or dissapears.

I have stopped this approach though, because I want to reach a level where my Unihipili will listen to my requests without me having to make such deals.

It's also going to be no good if he gets into the pattern of only responding to my requests when I make promises, considering the nature of my lifestyle, I may not be able to always keep such promises.

Many blessings,

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I have a feeling that I'm going to get a lot out of this job in the way of understanding more about behavioural psychology, and therefore giving me a further understanding about the Unihipili :-)



Great!

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I have found making deals with Unihipili to be quite effective for me



That is terific news.

Personally I can not imagine my life without this spiritual technology.


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disc problem, which puts pressure on my sciatic nerve and can be very uncomfortable at times. I have promised my Unihipili that if he gets rid of the pain I would read a few more chapters of the novel I'm currently reading, before bed. The pain nearly always lessens or dissapears.



Thank you so much for sharing this. incidents such as yours encourages others to think outside the box.

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I have stopped this approach though, because I want to reach a level where my Unihipili will listen to my requests without me having to make such deals.
It's also going to be no good if he gets into the pattern of only responding to my



     Try promising a smaller reward such as reading 25 pages, then 15 then 10, then 5. then after convincing the uni that he can lessen the pain; try just asking without making a deal; but do remind the uni of the pain; and tell your uni how much better the body would feel without the pain. This way the relief of pain itself is the reward.

When you promise your uni; he expects you to keep your word; so don;t make the deal if you cannot follow through on the reward.


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That's excellent advice, Two Bears. Come to think of it. At this time, I simply sent images of how I wanted to look, which is why I think I got the response. But you're right, in that I shouldn't tell it we're going to "lose" anything. That's probably where I went wrong the first few times.

And the treat idea is a good one, too. I think it got excited at the prospect of getting new clothes, which is why it showed me a pair of shorts. Why my ku would like clothes, I don't know. I think it likes bright colors.

But this idea of rewards reminds me of dog training, which I think is similar. After the dog gets used to obeying a command or doing a task, it begins to do it without needing the reward every time.
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That's excellent advice, Two Bears.



you're quite welcome.

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Come to think of it. At this time, I simply sent images of how I wanted to look, which is why I think I got the



That is how the unihipili communicates (images and emotions.)

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And the treat idea is a good one,



Most people have mistreated their unihipili, and with years of lies, and emotional abuse; it is only natural for the unihipili to feel unloved and unappreciated. so using a treat as a reward is a good way to get the uni to do things; but as I wrote in an earlier message; "When you make a promise to your uni; your uni expects you to keep the promise."

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I think it got excited at the prospect of getting new clothes, which is why it showed me a pair of shorts. Why my ku would like clothes, I don't know. I think it likes bright colors.



The uni DOES like bright colors and stimulating activity.

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But this idea of rewards reminds me of dog training, which I think is similar. After the dog gets used to obeying a command or doing a task, it begins to do it without needing the reward every time.



The uni has a higher level of than a dog.

the uni is more like a five year old child you have to make a deal with. "if you behave; I will get you that ice cream, baseball glove, etc.".

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The uni has a higher level of than a dog.

the uni is more like a five year old child you have to make a deal with. "if you behave; I will get you that ice cream, baseball glove, etc.".




Hee-hee, you haven't met my dog. emoticon He's so smart, he's harder to train in some ways, if you know what I mean. He'd give your average 5-year-old a run for it's money. But I do know what you're saying, and I didn't mean to imply the uni is on the same level as a dog-- just that the rewards system is similar.
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