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Serge Kahili King
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1 Jun 1983 Quest Books
Serge King, Hawaiian shaman, believes in the power of individuals to heal themselves or others. He says that emotions can heal or hurt, and when used as a positive force, their healing power can be stupendous. King sets forth the ancient Hawaiian tradition of Huna--a holistic health program involving the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual aspects of human beings.

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  • Paperback: 188 pages
  • Publisher: Quest Books/Theosophical Publishing House; 1st Edition edition (1 Jun 1983)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0835605728
  • ISBN-13: 978-0835605724
  • Product Dimensions: 20.9 x 13.7 x 1.2 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 455,969 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I have given treatments using the Kahuna principals and they touch the very soul of the Client. Blessings to Serge Kahili King for his wonderful healing work.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Let that which is unknown become known 1 Nov 2000
By "pittsburgh_scene" - Published on Amazon.com
Stay positive about life, and treat yourself to this fascinating introduction to Huna!
Serge Kahili King writes with a practitioner's interest in the psychic, an anthropologist's approach to culture, and a linguist's delight in the Hawaiian language. The result is a historical and philosophical overview of Huna shamanism which is remarkably clear and concise.
There are four basic principles of Huna:
1. "You create your own reality (Ike)." 2. "You get what you concentrate on (Makia)."
3. "You are unlimited (Kala)." 4. "Your moment of power is now (Manawa)." (p. 37)
Huna has much in common with visualization and affirmations. However, Huna is not exactly like either of these techniques. Huna shamanism has some rather sophisticated philosophical underpinnings which have subtle but important implications. For one thing, time is conceived a bit differently. The present is defined as the span of time which can be influenced by your current actions. Another important aspect of Huna is the idea that your beliefs don't just mirror the environment that surrounds you, your beliefs actually create your environment. Working with these beliefs is the essence of all healing practices. Other challenging concepts include the Huna viewpoints on the self, karma, the conscious, the subconscious, the emotions and the intellect.
Positive thinking is the basis of Huna. One of my friends who has been studying Huna for several years reports that the Huna philosophical concepts are very helpful for figuring out why some positive thinking techniques work and others don't. Traditional Hawaiian psychic techniques, healing techniques, and bodywork are described with brief summaries, rather than by using case studies or practical exercises.
I can't judge the historical or anthropological authenticity of this material. However, the author claims to have spent considerable time with traditional people in West Africa, and his way of expressing philosophical concepts shows an indigenous influence of some sort in his thinking. It's a fascinating world view which is quite unlike the one I grew up with in the suburbs!
Highly recommended for those with an interest in healing, the psychic, Eastern or Western philosophy, psychology, history or anthropology.
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A great book and read 28 Jan 2001
By The Grand Duke of Avram - Published on Amazon.com
We highly recommend this 17 year old book to any student of natural medicine. It has stood the test of time. We have recommended it to all our students.
As King states (1) "Ye shall know them by their fruits". (2) "We are the creators. Change your thoughts to change your world". etc.etc. We commend you on your book, it is in line with all our teachings. We acknowledge you and your work.
A great book and essential reading to all serious students of natural medicine.
The Grand Duke of Avram, The Royal Order of Humanism and Health
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2.0 out of 5 stars I really don't like this book or recommend it.. 23 Mar 2001
By W. Lambdin - Published on Amazon.com
At the beginning of this book; Mr. King spins a yarn of his father in Egypt seeking refuge in ruins during a sandstorm.
What self respecting sun worshiper would have an altar in a room underground?
Then the book goes even farther out into left field about the secret organization that his father and then he were inititated into.
The part of this book that really ticked me off was that Mr. King renamed the three seleves (Aumakua, Uhane, and Unihipilli These are the proper names (I studied Huna off and on for years)) and substituted the names Kane, Ku, and Lono.
Kane, Ku, and Lono are hawaiian deities, here are some additional names of Hawaiian deity, Hina, Kanaloa, Pele, etc.
If you want real HUNA books check these out. I recommend them in the order listed.
"Fundamentals Of Hawaiian Mysticism" Charlotte Berney
"Huna: A Beginners Guide" Enid Hoffman
"The Secret Science Behind Miracles" Max Freedom Long
"The Secret Science At Work" Max Freedom Long
"Kahuna Magic" Brad Steiger
I have heard positive things about "Huna Magic" John Bainbridge. I ordered "Huna Magic" from Huna Research Inc, but have not received it yet.
Please E-Mail me if you have questions or comments about this review. Two Bears
Wah doh Ogedoda (We give thanks Great Spirit)
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Kahuna Healing 30 May 2010
By Steven E. Rogat - Published on Amazon.com
Although there is some redundancy between this book and others by King, Kahuna Healing is specific to the healing aspects of Hawaiian Shamanism. It is fairly straight-forward, but I wanted to be inspired more when reading it. Good techniques, though. It's a good read, and very educational. I am glad I read it - for the new information and for the reminders!Spirit Journeys: Freeing the Soul in this Life and Beyond, Healing Thoughts: Applying Therapeutic Shamanism in Your Daily Life
5.0 out of 5 stars this book has excellent information and history of the Kahunas. 6 April 2014
By Mary T. Noll - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is a very good book about the Hawiian Kahunas, what they beleive, how they work and about the Hawiian history. I am enjoying it very much.
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