A long time ago, Hawaii was a mystical and magical place (and still is today in many ways). What made Hawaii especially magical in ages past, was that there were shamans called kahunas that lived on its emerald islands. These individuals experienced true nature of reality, in which they realized several critical defining aspects of reality that were later taught to others in order to guide humanity towards a full self-realized state of existence. The Huna philosophy is based on seven simple principles developed to encourage positive self-improvement through the power of the mind. It is a very pragmatic philosophy and is “inclusive” in that it does not exclude any other philosophy or religion, and can be practiced along side any other system.
The Seven Principles: