Huna Cleansing and Renewing Breaths

One of the first things you learn in Huna is the power of the breath.  Mastering your breath helps you master your power, your health and your well-being.  Here are a couple breathing techniques to clear and stimulate the respiratory system. Go slowly with these techniques and work yourself up to more repetitions very gradually. If you feel dizzy, stop.  My gratitude to Vince Wingo and the Huna Research Institute for their outstanding Huna teachings! Cleansing Breath Here is a breathing technique that helps you to ventilate and cleanse the lungs. It stimulates the cells and tones the entire respiratory system. It can be used any time you are tired, or if you’ve been around smoke or pollutants. 1) Inhale a complete breath.  Fill the lower part of your lungs first by descending the diaphragm. Next, fill the middle part of your lungs by expanding the chest. Finally, fill the… Read the rest....
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Solving Problems with Awareness

Whatever problem you have, whether relationships, money, work, health, confusion, whatever it is, there is an associated area of tension in you body that is related to it. This is a Huna exercise called ‘nalu’ I learned from Serge King, in his book Changing Reality. It demonstrates the mind/body connection and helps to open you up to new insights about your problem and new ways to deal with it. Because of the law As Within, So Without, while you work on your problem in this way you also notice changes in the  problem starting to appear in your outer life. 1) First, think of your problem and choose a symbol of the problem that you can keep in front of you while you do this exercise to help you maintain your focus. The more difficult the problem, the more your mind will distract you, so this is an important step.… Read the rest....
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Breathing Meditation for Beginners

Today I’d like to introduce an easy breathing meditation technique. In meditation, first of all, our objective is to stop all thought. It would be nice if we could flick a switch and just turn off all thought, but it can be pretty difficult to do, especially in the beginning. So, one technique is to focus on one thing to the exclusion of everything else. If you focus on one thing intensely, you push all the other thoughts out of your mind. In this exercise, all we’re going to focus on is the inhalation and exhalation of our breath. OK, maybe two things, we’re also going to count (or is that three things?). Sit up with your back straight. You can sit in a chair, or on a cushion on the floor, whatever feels most comfortable to you, just as long as your spine is very straight. Close your eyes,… Read the rest....
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