Further Huna Adventures Online Workshop

Huna is a philosophical system with Hawaiian roots that is about personal empowerment and fulfillment. This system is a form of shamanism and uses all the elements of nature to work with both individuals and groups to make the world a better place.

In this workshop we continue to explore fascinating elements of Huna.

This series of three workshops is the first presentation of special Huna topics and explores three discreet topics from a Huna perspective.

Each workshop will explore one of the following topics:

  • Understanding the Aloha Spirit – There is powerful magic in the Hawaiian concept of Aloha. In this class we will explore the nature of Aloha and how to use it in our lives and in healing.
  • Working with the Natural Elements – We are surrounded by Nature and we are an integral part of Nature. In this class we explore some of the many ways that we can understand ourselves and our potentials better by working with the elements of Nature.
  • Partnering with the Hawaiian Gods and Goddesses – The Hawaiian deities are personifications of certain aspects of Nature. In this class we will learn to use these powerful metaphors to assist us in our work and play.

The sessions will involve teaching, discussion, exercises and journeying. In addition, exercises to do between sessions will be provided.

Timing

The workshop will run over three sessions on the following dates:

  • October 31st
  • November 7th
  • November 14th

Each session will run at 7pm -8:30pm UK time.

Cost

The total cost for all three is £75.

Workshop Guides

Your guides for the workshops will be Stewart Blackburn and Pete Dalton

Stewart Blackburn

Stewart is an Alakai of Aloha International living on Big Island Hawaii. Stewart's website is www.stewartblackburn.com

Pete is an Alakai of Aloha International living in the UK. Pete’s website is www.urbanhuna.org and he produces the Huna Adventurer’s Newsletter.

Who Should Attend?

These sessions are intended for people who have a basic understanding of Huna (the Seven Principles, 3 Aspects of the Self and the Four Levels of Reality) and are ready to explore more deeply this philosophy of harmony and empowerment.

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