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Huna Healing

Huna comes from ancient times and is one of the original arts and sciences of healing and spiritual development. Huna was originally called Ho’omana. Ho’o means to make. Mana means life force. Together the word Ho’omana means to make life force or to “empower”. In its purest form Huna is ancient knowledge enabling a person to connect to their highest wisdom within. It is intended to bring about healing and harmony through the power of the mind.


This form of energy healing utilizes the earth’s elements and ancient symbols working in concert through an Attuned Initiate who directs specific energy to the body that the body understands. This healing modality can relieve symptoms and breakthrough energy blocks stored in the body. It also restores balance in the chakras and promotes peace while it raises your vibration.


This healing art and earth science are spiritual in nature. It is one of nature’s tools helpful in the development of inner knowing. When you align the mental, emotional, physical and spiritual bodies you are living a fulfilling life!

What is Ho’oponopono?


Ho’oponopono, is a Hawaiian term that means “to make right two times.” It is a sacred art of reconciliation and forgiveness as well as a disconnection of energies to put you back in a state of homeostasis or sovereignty. 2x’s.


"Hoʻoponopono" is defined in the Hawaiian Dictionary as:

(a) "To put to rights; to put in order or shape, correct, revise, adjust, amend, regulate, arrange, rectify, tidy up make orderly or neat, administer, superintend, supervise, manage, edit, work carefully or neatly; to make ready, as canoemen preparing to catch a wave."

(b) "Mental cleansing: family conferences in which relationships were set right (hoʻoponopono) through prayer, discussion, confession, repentance, and mutual restitution and forgiveness.”


Huna means “secret” and is the current label given to the ancient art and science of healing and spiritual development from Hawaii. The original name of Huna was called “Ho'o Mana” meaning to empower. Ho’oponopono is derived from these teachings.


Ho’oponopono is also about disconnecting energetic bonds from others. We tether ourselves to others through our thoughts and our bonds to them. Ho’oponopono is a way to sever those connections so you can operate in a sovereign state within yourself. It’s sort of an “energy shower” where you cleanse yourself of other peoples’ energies.

The ancients knew the importance of remaining in balance and within a sovereign state to remain happy healthy people. If the error continued for too long, one would get sick.


Ho’oponopono as an act of reconciliation and forgiveness is often misinterpreted. Most of us think that to forgive is to make it OK for the other’s transgressions. This is far from the truth. Forgiveness is about disconnecting the energy of the one who (allegedly) wronged you. Forgiveness is about freeing yourself and letting go of the hold the wrongdoing has on you. It is liberation from a past act.

People are doing the best they can with what they have. The deeper meaning in forgiveness is forgiving yourself. When we attract a situation into our life experience, it reflects something that is within us. Self-forgiveness is one of the most powerful acts, and Ho’oponopono encompasses it. Forgiveness of ourselves and others is how we grow and evolve.

If you choose not to forgive, you are choosing to hold onto that which no longer serves you. It stifles you, causing emotional, psychological and spiritual discordance in yourself and in others. We are all one, and we are everything - no one is excluded.

Shelly Valinttine is a Second Degree Huna Practitioner. The art and science of Huna healing are one of the wisdom she calls on when she is working with a client.

30-minute session  and 1 hour session  (schedule a remote or video sessions )

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