There are various varieties of shamanism along the world, most of the old civilizations and cultures have their healing practice, some use herbs, chants, magical objects or mental and spiritual work on different levels of reality. Shamanism is commonly associated with rather unusual healing techniques, such as shapechanging, communicating with plants and animals, and journeying to the "underworld".
Shamanism, especially the Hawaiian variety, is well adapted to modern times and needs. It is completely pragmatic and nonsectarian. It is a craft, not a religion, and you can practice it alone or with a group. It is very easy to learn and apply, although, as with any craft, the full development of certain skills may take a while. The Hawaiian shamanism is especially practical to use anywhere and anytime, mainly because the Hawaiian shamans worked primarily with the mind and body alone. They did not use drums to induce altered states of mind and they did not use masks to assume other forms and qualities.
The understanding of Huna described here comes from the kupua tradition of the Kahili family from the island of Kauai, through Serge Kahili King, who was adopted as the grandson of Joseph Kahili and trained in his tradition. Get a book about Huna from Serge Kahili King.
Sylvie is an Alaka´i of Aloha International Order, she has been trained in Huna shamanism by renowned Serge Kahili King and Stewart Blackburn. There are variety of methods in Huna that can effectively help in solving everyday problems, health issues and in claiming your personal authority and power in your life.
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