Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Concentration -Energy Flows Where Attention Goes

"Energy goes where attention flows". 

The Huna principle ,Makia in Hawaiian meaning "aim, concentration". This is one of the first principles of Huna that I had learned from Serge Kahili King,PhD. . Since everything is energy including us, we are constantly creating with our attention, the world we live in. Well, words are one thing but to really know this means to use it to change something.

A few days ago, I had the opportunity to once again use this principle in the "real world".

 I live in a semi-rural area of north central Florida, outside of Gainesville and our neighborhood has a number of feral cats roaming it. I am one of those in the "hood" who feed these cats and see to their overall health (and neutering!) . One that I have named Lil Bit came for lunch and as I put out food for him, I noticed that he had a raw, red bite mark on this ear (the size of a quarter) and 2 long red cuts on his side. He had obviously been in a fight with another critter. I was concerned about these cuts getting attention so they wouldn't get infected;  knowing that he does not let humans touch him AT ALL!  I  put his food down on the patio and went back into my florida room and watched him thru a window. I had a good view of his injuries.

Now, as a Reiki Master and Huna Master, I began to concentrate energy (mana) and putting all my attention on his injuries. I stood there repeating." Wounds on your side and ear are healed. Your side and ear are fine." I kept this up for a few minutes and as I watched, the cuts on his side disappeared, even the fur was back! And the bite on his ear became simply a spot of skin with no redness but no fur.  O.K. so this was great to see and I ran around the housesaying, "yes, it works!" . When he came back for supper that early evening  even the spot on his ear had regrown fur. There was no mark on him to indicate he had been in a fight that morning!  

As Dr. King states clearly in his books, "energy goes where attention flows" and I would highly recommend his book Instant Healing Now! for further explanation.

Thursday, May 22, 2014

The World Is A Friendly Place

Yesterday I met a stranger in a public library. "So what!" you say.  Well, this stranger was a lovely older woman who happened into the library for some information. Waiting in line, we got to talking and she told me this wonderful story about one of her many experiences with this world being a friendly place.  Here's her story:

She lives in New Jersey and drove to New York City to attend a weekend class. She is retired and has a very limited income and so she paid for the class but really couldn't afford to pay for a hotel in The Big Apple ( downtown Manhattan) for a weekend.  She figured that she would just drive back and forth (we're talking about 1 1/2 to 2 hours each way).

 Friday morning bright and early she prepared to drive into the city and for some reason she couldn't really explain decided to pack a small suitcase with some clothes and toiletries and bring that along with her.

At the end of the day, when the class was dismissed she was feeling rather worn out and hungry. She walked down the street looking for a restaurant (New York has so many every where) and passed a building with a small sign saying " International Hostel " and an arrow pointing up to the second floor. The bottom floor was a well known Vegetarian Restaurant. Figuring she had nothing to lose she climbed the stairs and talked to the woman in charge of the Hostel. It seems that age wasn't an issue(she thought she had to be a young person to stay in a hostel) and she could have a very nice room, access to the kitchen, linens provided for a sum total of $10.00 a night. Oh and she was told that if she wanted to help out in the restaurant doing kitchen work like chopping vegetables or cleaning then she could stay for no charge. Yes, she stayed and the next day at the class she was attending the luncheon served was from this restaurant and she was sure it had some of the vegetables she had chopped the day before.

As she related this story to me, her eyes filled with tears and joy and a big smile lit up her face. "Isn't it wonderful ?" she said to me, "Whenever I need something it always comes to me in such amazing ways. Spirit always provides for me. What a wonderful world."

Have a wonderful, smile filled day.

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Kala The Unlimited Journey

Hi and welcome to Kala Journey!

 Kala is a Hawaiian word that means, "to untie, to loosen, free, forgive, release." The main idea actually is There Are No Limits.

The universe itself is infinite and contains all possibilities. So, anything is possible for you to do. You just have to figure out how to do it. That's the rub, right?  Well, you can figure it out.

Start by realizing that everything is energy including you and energy has an influence on all other energy. It's all interconnected.  Remember the Chaos Theory of the butterfly beating it's wings in Japan and causing a storm in the U.S.?  Yeah, it's all connected.   Another example perhaps? O.K.,,, we know that our thoughts, state of mind, emotions can all affect our bodies (proven scientific fact) and that extends out to our environment.  Think not? O.K., how about when you're depressed or angry? Are the people around you cheerful, loving and helpful to you then? Or, do they try their best to get away from you? Run, don't they? Yeah, they do. So....

It's all interconnected in this universe of ours and any limits or boundaries are just they way we have learned to perceive our world.

Kala - no limits. And we have free choice too!

I invite you to come with me on a Kala journey into a positive, helpful universe and world.