Huna and related stuff
The following are some links to useful and interesting huna related things.
Organisations and individuals
Aloha International is an organization dedicated to alternative healing of body, mind and circumstances by spreading the spirit of aloha and the knowledge of Huna. It was founded in 1973 by Serge Kahili King and has its Heartquarters on the Big Island of Hawaii. These pages have a fantastic wealth of information on Huna.
Aloha New Zealand is part of the Aloha International Ohana and provides a full range of workshops and services in New Zealand and internationally.
Astrid Mohr-Kiehn is a translator, author and photographer and an Alaka’i of Huna International. She offers Huna and Lomi Lomi workshops in Germany and beyond (in German and English). Further information can be found at www.huna-for-success.com As a photographer Astrid aims to bring the beauty of our
earth into our lives. More details about Astrid’s photography can be found here www.amk-pictures.com
Ingrid Stadtler-Pree is a coach, counsellor, trainer, founder of SunCoaching and an Alaka’i of Huna International. She offers life-coaching & counselling in Salzburg, Austria (and online) as well as Huna workshops in Austria & Germany (in German and English). Further information can be found on: https://www.suncoaching.
Serge King’s Cybership. As well as running Aloha International Serge also keeps these pages.
The Little Pink Book of Aloha by Serge Kahili King. A wonderful little booklet teaching the power of blessing.
The Dynamind Technique by Serge Kahli King. A booklet detailing the Dynamind Technique a simple and fast method of healing using method of healing based using a mix of words, touch, breath and imagery.
The Internet Sacred Text Archive provides access to some excellent free texts concerned with the myths of Hawaii. This includes: Hawaiian Mythology by Martha Beckwith; the Kumulipo Hawaiian Creation Chant edited with comments by Marth Beckwith; Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula by Nathaniel Emerson; and Hawaiian Folk Tales by Thomas Grum.