The Adventurer approach and mindset is a core concept of Huna. In this article Jim Fallon shares some thoughts about the Way of the Adventurer.
The thing Aloha, The way of the Adventurer, tries to teach us is that life is about being happy. If we learn how to deal with life, how to live in this world, we have a sure relief from grief.
The problem is that we’re always running after pleasure and excitement, and we get locked into the hell of ‘things.’ We forget that they are only instruments by which we do what we’re supposed to be doing in life.
We’re here on this earth to get wisdom and grow into an understanding of how to live. This is the Way of the Adventurer. Certainly there are problems, but there is always one basic problem. If we can identify and deal with it, we have the ability to improve our life.
There will always be hurdles. But the only real goal is attain enlightenment, Ike. We’re not in competition with anybody, even though it seems the whole world is in competition with us. We’re only here to learn how to live. This is the Way of the Adventurer.
We suffer and feel grief because we forget that life is about getting happy. Ask yourself, what are you all about? If you think you know, but you’re not happy, then you’re wrong about what you’re about. There is a meaning for your individual life. You simply forgot it. It’s about getting happy with wisdom and self-awareness. Love is to be happy with. Aloha.