Changing Reality: Huna Practices to Create the Life You Want

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Quest Books, Apr 2, 2013 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 256 pages
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“Reality is experience, and experience is reality,” says Hawaiian shaman Serge King, speaking of Huna, the esoteric tradition in which he was reared.King emphasizes that all of us have the ability to shift from one world to another. The difference is that shamans do it purposefully, while the rest of us are unaware of it. He trains us to engage in the process consciously in order to expand our human potential. Among books on Huna, this one is unique for offering actual practices for changing our reality to create the life we want.

In a user-friendly, conversational style, King’s chapters explain the four worlds of a shaman and basic Huna principles. Then, citing case studies, he guides us in how to change reality in each of the four worlds, bringing in ESP, telepathy, the perception of auras, telekinesis, dreaming, magical flight, and, finally, soul retrieval and the great power of healing.

“It sounds simple,” says King, “and it is. The most difficult part is to accept the simplicity, because that means changing one's idea about what reality is. And that's what this book is all about.”

 

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Contents

Changing Reality in the Objective World
37
Changing Reality in the Subjective World
55
Changing Reality in the Symbolic World
171
Changing Reality in the Holistic World
275
Index
317
About the Author
333
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Serge Kahili King, Ph.D., holds a doctorate in psychology from California Western University. He has studied with master shamans from Africa to Hawaii and has trained thousands in his popular seminars. He is the president of Aloha International, a non-profit organization dedicated to spreading the aloha spirit of peace through blessing. He is also the founder of Order of Huna International, which teaches workshops in personal effectiveness and trains shaman peace-makers and healers to work in modern, urban environments. King is regarded as a kahuna kupua or master practitioner of the Hawaiian shaman way. He is the author of the world's largest selection of books on Huna, the Polynesian philosophy and practice of effective living, and on the spirit of Aloha, the attitude of love and peace for which the Hawaiian Islands are so famous. He also writes extensively on Hawaiian culture and is a novelist as well. For more about the author please visit his website www.huna.org.

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