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Huna Healing

Huna Healing is an ancient form of Shamanic wisdom originated in Hawaii. It has passed from generations to generations in the form of stories, proverbs, chants and what we would call principles in modern times.

Because Shamanic practices have passed orally from generations to generations, and because of the oppression that many Native Nations have endured since colonization, there is little written information or documentation about its history, roots or methods. What we know now a days about Huna is that it is a way of living and perceiving the world. According to Serge Kahili King, founder of Aloha International, a non-profit organization dedicated to preserve the study and teaching of Huna, “To those who practice, there is a deep understanding about the true nature of life – and the real meaning of personal power, intention and belief” (Huna: Ancient Hawaiian Secrets for Modern Living, 2008).

Huna is a Hawaiian word that means “secret”. According to King “the Hawaiian phrase ka huna translates as “The Secret”, referring to an ancient wisdom of turning inner knowledge into outer success” (King, 2008, p. ix).

Huna is based on the following seven principles:

• Ike – The World Is What You Think It Is, meaning that the world is the reflection of our inner beliefs and thoughts. Our experiences are shaped not so much by the events and situations we go through but by our perception and ability to transform our pain and sorrow into lessons and opportunities to grow and evolve.

• Kala – There Are No Limits. This Universe is vast and bountiful; the only limit is our own limitations.

• Makia – Energy Flows Where Attention Goes. This speaks of our ability to create. You feed whatever you focus your attention on.

• Manawa – Now Is The Moment Of Power. Our ability and power to change and create is in the present moment. The past doesn’t exist, and the future is only a projection.

• Aloha – To Love Is To Be Happy With. Love is the most powerful force of creation. Love is not only something that we feel but something that we do and express through our actions – actions of care, respect, compassion, and all the wonderful things that have the effect of bringing happiness and wellness into our lives and of those around us.

• Mana – All Power Comes From Within. We all are beings of unlimited power. We have the power to create, for example through love; or to destroy, for example, through  hate and judgment.

• Pono – Effectiveness Is The Measure Of Truth. This is a rather pragmatic principle by which truth is measured by its effectiveness in creating the desired effect. For example, is it true that a pill can take away your headache? The answer is yes, if it does take away your headache.

How does Huna Healing work?

In energy healing it is believed that our physical experiences of illness or pain originate in the ethereal (energy) body. Huna Healing works by accessing your ethereal body to identify and remove energetic blockages that might be getting manifested in the form of illnesses, pain, discomfort, negative thoughts or negative behaviours.

With the direction of your Higher Self (everything comes from within), the practitioner channels the loving life force of Mana Loa to any blockages identified, clearing what is no longer needed and that could be in your way to achieving your best. According to Enid Hoffman, a Huna teacher and researcher, “Mana Loa, the life force used by the Higher Self or Aumakua, contains the power of compassion, or the highest form of unconditional love. This force has a cohesive quality that keeps forms pulsing in a contraction-expansion motion that animates them. The golden cord from the Aumakua is rooted within the heart of the physical body and keeps it beating rhythmically. When Mana Loa is used to heal, its power is so great that the healing occurs instantaneously” (Huna: A Beginner's Guide, 1981, p. 20).

During a Huna session you will be fully clothed. You can lie down on a massage table or be seated on a chair. You will be provided with pillows and blankets to help you feel as comfortable as possible. You’ll be invited to close your eyes, relax and just enjoy the calming and loving force of Mana Loa.

After a session, clients report feeling a sense of clarity, comfort and wellness. It is a very calming, non-intrusive, safe practice that will help you accelerate your healing at the physical, emotional and/or spiritual level.


Sessions are provided by Gilberto in-person in Brampton or online. They last 75 minutes and have a cost of $105 + HST

Please note that these services are not covered by insurance companies.

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