Huna: Working with Aloha, Nature and the Goddesses

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.

Register your interest using the form at the bottom of this page and we'll keep you posted about next dates 🙂

This series of three workshops 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.

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 Dalton

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.

Some Participant Feedback

I really enjoyed your Huna Adventures workshop and there have been many positive changes in my life, especially after the third session getting to know the goddesses! I feel much more empowered in myself, and since connecting with Hi’iaka, I have been experiencing greater success with getting things done! I am very happy to have shared with the group and the first two workshops sort of laid the ground for this to happen with the gentle encouragement that was provided, and all the comments the rest of the group gave, it created an open and loving space for me to express myself:-) I look forward to learning more about Huna and continuing on this wonderful path.

-Sarah Richardson

Aloha Pete and Stewart,

I want to thank both of you for the wonderful workshop "Further Huna Adventures". I was immensely satisfied with all aspects of the three teachings; Aloha Spirit, Nature Elements, Goddesses and Gods. I appreciated the way you organized each week's presentation by alternating the teachings between you. It was perfect for our modern shorter attention spans. And I appreciated the succinct lesson followed with a related meditative experience: information then action. I never had the feeling that ideas were truncated or rushed through in any way. We had plenty of time for questions, for our journey experience, and for sharing afterward. The homework suggestions were of great and lasting value. I received much more than I expected which included after-class information: homework, links, reminders, etc, Plus, you have allowed access to the recordings of the class for an entire year. You couldn’t have been more generous with your knowledge and your time. Knowing that you are both available for consultation afterward is a very loving gift.

I highly recommend this course to anyone interested in deepening their huna experience: it was filled with fun, inspiring ideas, and deeply moving.

Mahalo mahalo
Aloha nu
i,
Lynne Volker

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.

Register your interest in this event using the form at the bottom of this page and we'll keep you posted about next dates 🙂

This course is an introduction to the foundational ideas and techniques of Huna. Much of Huna is about healing and we will talk about and demonstrate the elementary ways in which Huna can help people.

There is no dogma here, only practices that work most of the time.

You are invited to expand your understanding of how you work and how to use your power to enjoy your life more. 

The workshops will include::

  • What is Huna and why is it relevant?
  • Shamanic thinking
  • How to use the 7 Principles
  • The 3 Selves
  • 4 Levels of Reality

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 four 90 minute online live sessions.

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?

The workshop is open to anyone with curiosity and a willingness to explore a philosophy of harmony and empowerment. There are no further prerequisites.

Some participant feedback

"I absolutely enjoy taking the various online courses offered by Serge, Pete and Stewart around various topics and techniques related to Huna that truly work effectively for myself and for everyone I share them with.

They are all wise men who have been working with and practicing everything related to Huna. They share their wisdom with open hearts, a straightforward, well structured and understandable approach, and they always gift me and all the other participants with enough space to experience first hand the effectiveness of the tools and techniques they teach.

I highly recommend joining their classes to anyone who is interested to learn more about the timeless wisdom that can be found in Hawaii and who would like to share the spirit of Aloha no matter where they are in the world".

-Yves Nager, bestselling author of 'Hawaiian Rebirth'

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 explore three fascinating elements of Huna.

Register your interest in this event using the form at the bottom of this page and we'll keep you posted about next dates 🙂

This series of three workshops explores three discreet topics from a Huna perspective.

Each workshop will explore one of the following topics:

  • The Fine Art of Manifestation – We manifest all the time; but we usually don't do it with care and awareness. In this we will explore the mechanics of creating our realities and learn how to do it more effectively.
  • The Way of Grokking – This is the ancient skill of “feeling into” something or someone that we can “see” from their perspective. In this class we will practice grokking with lots of examples.
  • Huna “First Aid” Healing – While no technique works all the time or for every problem, Huna provides us with a wide variety of techniques that allow us to relieve most pain and suffering. In this class we will explore some of the most important of these techniques.

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 weekly 90 minute sessions

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.

Some Feedback From Attendees at Pete and Stewart's Events

Aloha Pete and Stewart,

I want to thank both of you for the wonderful workshop. I appreciated the way you organized each week's presentation by alternating the teachings between you. It was perfect for our modern shorter attention spans. And I appreciated the succinct lesson followed with a related meditative experience: information then action. I never had the feeling that ideas were truncated or rushed through in any way. We had plenty of time for questions, for our journey experience, and for sharing afterward. The homework suggestions were of great and lasting value. I received much more than I expected which included after-class information: homework, links, reminders, etc, Plus, you have allowed access to the recordings of the class for an entire year. You couldn’t have been more generous with your knowledge and your time. Knowing that you are both available for consultation afterward is a very loving gift.

Mahalo mahalo

Aloha nui,

Lynne Volker

I really enjoyed your Huna Adventures workshop and there have been many positive changes in my life, especially after the third session getting to know the goddesses! I feel much more empowered in myself, and since connecting with Hi’iaka, I have been experiencing greater success with getting things done! I am very happy to have shared with the group and the first two workshops sort of laid the ground for this to happen with the gentle encouragement that was provided, and all the comments the rest of the group gave, it created an open and loving space for me to express myself:-) I look forward to learning more about Huna and continuing on this wonderful path.

Sarah Richardson

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