Island Energy is based in the fundamental power of Huna. A form of energy work used by Hawaiians or the Pacific Islanders. Huna is a Hawaiian term that means secret. It is the the powerful secret used by Shamans for centuries. While it means secret, the secret is a reference to energy. Huna is the essence of healing energy work practiced by shamans all over Hawaii and the Pacific Islands.Every aspect of our being and reality is based in our universal life force energy and how we receive and deliver chi in each and every interaction. The world and all matter is made up of one critical element that connects us all, to all living consciousness and each and every being, Energy.While the terms and principles of this methodology are simple and very concrete the idea behind Huna is much more substantive. The seven principles ask us to think deeply and on a critical level of the power of our energy and how it manifests our reality. This is the idea of whatever we put into the universe comes back to us. This is a reference to our energy. If we put positive energy out there we receive positive energy for the most part. The more we act in accordance with that higher frequency of positivity the more we are receptive to receiving mostly positive energy.As an energy worker the nature of how energy moves through our being and how we send it out is what makes up our experiences and how we manifest creation into being and our realities. It is very simple idea that we are so easily able to complicate. The power of positive thinking, positive vibes, good energy all these things allow power and grace to flow through us, to others and right back to us. Energy is cyclical.Huna is based in seven principles that make up all reality and every element of our existentialism.
- IKE – The world is what you think it is.
- KALA – There are no limits, everything is possible.
- MAKIA – Energy flows where attention goes.
- MANAWA – Now is the moment of power.
- ALOHA – To love is to be happy with.
- MANA – All power comes from within.
- PONO – Effectiveness is the measure of truth.