Ho’oponopono..what what?– The Mystery and Secrets of Hawaiian healing
Don’t you want to take a vacation to Hawaii? Get the next best thing and join our guest Harry Uhane Jim. Imagine the soothing ocean sounds, a tropical drink in hand, and a warm Aloha embrace by Harry Uhane Jim. Harry Uhane Jim shares the forgotten Hawaiian healing ways of thinking and feeling so that you can get back to profound peace and abundance.
Part 1: Learn about the ancient healing and how it is similar and different to Huna, and how it’s most like surfing. What are 4 principles of Hawaiian healing?
Part 2: Why combining Western treatments and Hawaiian treatments offers a holistic approach that is better than one alone?
Part 3: The true meaning and beauty of Aloha and Mahalo and how the Hawaiian circle of healing is stronger than the pyramid.
Part 4: How can Ho’oponopono be applied to your solving conflict in your life?
About Our Guest:
Harry Uhane Jim, Kahuna, healer, teacher. Author of WISE SECRETS OF ALOHA. He was born and raised on Kauai, Hawaii. He has been doing the work for many years, and has been trained in the traditional apprentice style by the best known native Kahuna’s of the last 7 decades-most gone now. His presentations carry authenticity and are known for unveiling profound ancient truths with wit and laughter. He evokes the Hawaiian experience of healing by raising your vibration.
Harry father of 5 teaches, works and lives with his wife Sila in Puna on the Big Island of Hawaii. In the last 8 years he and his family have been living in Clarence, New York. He lectured for Kamehameha Schools, Buffalo State College,Trocare College, Windemere Institute of Healing (Decorah, Iowa), Lilydale Assembly, Buffalo Psychiatric, Beebe Medical Center in Lewes, DE. Moravian Theological Seminary in Bethlehem, PA., Heartspire Massage School in Olympia WA., as well as many bodywork and healing organizations throughout the United States and Canada.
- Harry’s website: http://www.harryjimlomilomi.com
- Seattle folks sign up for Harry’s class at: http://www.eastwestbookshop.com/events/single_event.php?ID=1902