The Three Selves 

 The definitions of the three selves used here are not complete explanations.  Evolving understanding of the High self includes more of what in Euro-Western tradition is considered external Spiritual elements such  gods and spiritual forces sometimes called the fourth self. 

  The Lower self:

 The unconscious, subconscious self where the emotions reside.This is the  shadow and is the part that gathers the sacred Mana the power which is used to create.   The lower self is where the emotions and memory are, it is not logical it forms, or literal deductive conclusions.  The lower self   depends on the 5 physical senses and is able to use telepathy. 

  The Middle self: 

 The conscious reasoning rational self. This self is fully conscious and reasoning but is not the seat of memory in the Huna View. It has imagination and will and instructs the conscience.  The middle self is the ordinary part the day to day mundane self.  It is also the only part that can do wrong (sin). The only wrong Huna acknowledges is to willfully cause pain or hurt to a person,  being,  another including one's self. 

 The High self : 

  The Super conscious the God self or soul.  The High self brings all desired things into reality.  The high self is trustworthy and wise.  It has intuitive Knowing of the past, present and the fixed part of the future and future possibilities. The High self communicates with the Higher powers and other High   selves. 

  The most important thing is that the three parts work together in harmony. They  must be strongly connected and able to communicate with each other.   When the three selves are in perfect harmony that is when our lives go beautifully and  when seeming miracles happen . 

   Our goal then, from our conscious thinking middle self is to become aware of and harmonize our higher and lower selves with our middle self.   This is at the center of  many Huna practices.  This union of the selves results in an incredibly alive and energized participation in daily life.   The more traditional and ancient practices do not spend as much time on this as has been needed now.  We are usually less integrated then would have been the norm  for people brought up with these teachings. 

You may want to take a few minutes in the morning to visualize or just to invite the  harmonization of the selves.  This will have a positive effect on your well being.  Spend one to three minutes intending that each of your selves be harmonized with the other parts.  Harmonize low self to middle self, middle self to high self ,high self to low self.  You may feel energy movement internally as you do this. Jst let it happen.  This does work even without the attunements some schools use.  When you become aware of the harmonies within and conflicts among your three  selves you will  know where your internal conflicts are. This will give you insight into the   ways you interfere with your own dreams goals and highest good. 

                                                Qualities of Heart 

 Huna does a great deal of work on developing qualities of heart and character important Goals are Enthusiasm , saying yes to life,Courage  and the ability to give and receive unconditional love.  The Huna practitioner becomes more and more aware of the the nurturing and loving aspects  of the Earth.  They come to know that they are loved and supported by nature, connected to all of life and able to direct energy to assist the Earth in return for that support .

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