THE ALOHA SPIRIT
by Serge Kahili King
copyright by Serge King 1990
The Aloha Spirit is a well known reference to the
attitude of friendly
acceptance for which the Hawaiian Islands are so famous. However, it
refers to a powerful way to resolve any problem, accomplish any goal,
also to achieve any state of mind or body that you desire.
In the Hawaiian language, aloha stands for much more than
or "good-bye" or "love." Its deeper meaning is "the joyful (oha)
(alo) of life energy (ha) in the present (alo)."
As you share this energy you become attuned to the Divine
the Hawaiians call mana. And the loving use of this incredible Power is
the secret for attaining true health, happiness, prosperity and success.
The way to tune into this Power and have it work for you is
that you might be tempted to pass it off as being too easy to be true.
Please don't let yourself be fooled by appearances.
This is the most powerful technique in the world, and
is extremely simple it may not prove easy, because you must remember to
do it and you have to do it a lot. It is a secret which has been given
to humanity over and over again, and here it is once more in another
The secret is this:
Bless everyone and everything that represents what you want!
That's all there is to it. Anything that simple, however,
some explanation. To bless something means to give recognition or
to a positive quality, characteristic or condition, with the intent
what is recognized or emphasized will increase, endure or come into
Blessing is effective in changing your life or getting
what you want
for three reasons: First of all, the positive focus of your mind stirs
up the positive, creative force of the Power of the Universe. Secondly,
it moves your own energy outward, allowing more of the Power to come
you. Thirdly, when you bless for the benefit of others instead of
for yourself, you tend to bypass any subconscious fears about what you
want for yourself, and also the very focus on the blessing acts to
the same good in your life. What is so beautiful
about this process is that the blessing you do for others
them as well as you.
Blessing may be done with imagery or touch, but the most
easy way to do it is with words. The main kinds of verbal blessing are:
Admiration - This is the giving of compliments or praise
good that you notice. E.g., "What a nice sunset; I like that dress;
so much fun."
Affirmation - This is a specific statement of blessing
or endurance. E.g., "I bless the beauty of this tree; blessed be the
of your body."
Appreciation - This is an expression of gratitude that
good exists or has happened. E.g., "Thank you, God, for helping me; I
thanks to the rain for nourishing the land."
Anticipation - This is blessing for the future. E.g.,
to have a great picnic; I bless your increased income; Thank you for my
perfect mate; I wish you a happy journey; May the wind be always at
In order to gain the most benefit from blessing, you will
give up or cut way down on the one thing that negates it: cursing. This
doesn't mean swearing or saying "bad" words. It refers to the opposite
of blessing, namely criticizing instead of admiring; doubting instead
affirming; blaming instead of appreciating; and worrying instead of
with trust. Whenever any of these are done they tend to cancel out some
of the effects of blessing. So the more you curse the harder it will be
and the longer it will take to get the good from a blessing. On the
hand, the more you bless the less harm any cursing will do.
Here, then, are some ideas for blessing various needs and
Health - Bless healthy people, animals, and even plants;
which is well made or well constructed; and everything that expresses
Happiness - Bless all that is good, or the good that is
in all people
and all things; all the signs of happiness that you see, hear or feel
people or animals; and all potentials for happiness that you notice
Prosperity - Bless all the signs of prosperity in your
including everything that money helped to make or do; all the money
you have in any form; and all the money that circulates in the world.
Success - Bless all signs of achievement and completion
buildings, bridges, and sports events); all arrivals at destinations
ships, planes, trains, cars and people); all signs of forward movement
or persistence; and all signs of enjoyment or fun.
Confidence - Bless all signs of confidence in people and
all signs of strength in people, animals and objects (including steel
concrete); all signs of stability (like mountains and tall trees); and
all signs of purposeful power (including big machines, power lines).
Love and Friendship - Bless all signs of caring and
and support; all harmonious relationships in nature and architecture;
that is connected to or gently touching something else; all signs of
as in games or work; and all signs of laughter and fun.
Inner Peace - Bless all signs of quietness, calmness,
and serenity (such as quiet water or still air); all distant views
stars, the moon); all signs of beauty of sight, sound or touch; clear
and shapes; the details of natural or made objects.
Spiritual Growth - Bless all signs of growth, development
in Nature; the transitions of dawn and twilight; the movement of sun,
planets and stars; the flight of birds in the sky; and the movement of
wind and sea.
The previous ideas are for guidance if you are not used
but don't be limited by them. Remember that any quality, characteristic
or condition can be blessed (e.g., you can bless slender poles and slim
animals to encourage weight loss), whether it has existed, presently
or exists so far in your imagination alone.
Personally I have used the power of blessing to heal my
my income, develop many skills, create a deeply loving relationship
my wife and children, and to establish a worldwide network of
working with the aloha spirit. It's because it has worked so well for
that I want to share it with you.
How to Enhance Your Power to Bless
There is a technique practiced by Hawaiian shamans which
your power to bless by increasing your personal energy. It is a simple
way of breathing that is also used for grounding, centering, meditation
and healing. It requires no special place or posture, and may be done
moving or still, busy or resting, with eyes open or closed. In Hawaiian
the technique is called piko piko because piko means both the crown of
head and the navel.
1. Become aware of your natural breathing (it might change
own just because of your awareness, but that's okay).
2. Locate the crown of your head and your navel by
3. Now, as you inhale put your attention on the crown of
and as you exhale put your attention on your navel. Keep breathing this
way for as long as you like.
4. When you feel relaxed, centered, and/or energized,
that you are surrounded with an invisible cloud of light or an
field, and that your breathing increases the energy of this cloud or
5. As you bless, imagine that the object of your blessing
with some of the same energy that surrounds you.
a. Instead of crown and navel, shift attention from shoulder
shoulder or sky to earth.
b. To help focus the energy field, imagine it in color,
as a tone
or chord, or as a tingle.
by Serge Kahili King
copyright by Serge King 1990
used with permission from Aloha
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