I had always thought that one effect of Huna practice was that folks became better people. Mellower, wiser, more in tune with the universe.
Certainly that seems (imo) to be the case for many who study and practice Huna and/or who have taken workshops that include energy work
attunements along with Huna teachings. But sometimes perhaps the negatives have to rise to the surface or be mirrored before we can deal with them. Releasing and removing and reconciling our own issues.
In the Buddhist Practice I followed for many years there was a principle called Essho Funi which is that life and its environment are
essentially one. We are not simply conditioned by our environment and compelled to live our best within it but that, because there is no
essential difference between our lives and our environment, our lives actually affect our environment and vice versa.
This is in agreement with Huna principles and I take it as a true universal Law. When problems rise around us whether they are in the form of discord in our families or in society or whatever we can benefit by considering in what way this is a reflection of our own life particularly those parts we ignore or evade or refuse to be aware of.
Some Other Teachings tell us to mind our own business and stay out of involvement with other peoples problems /karma. I think rather that it is ALL our business and our problem/ karma . We may not charge in and attempt to " Save the Day" but we must consider that everything we became aware of is is some way personal that when we help others we help ourselves as well and we will never even become aware of anything that is not in some way our own issue.
Workshops by Peggy Jentoft