HunaTrainer.Com 061-How to evangelize Huna

Introducing others to Huna

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Main Topic: Introducing Huna to others

  • My personal activity:
    • My wife, while natively understanding the knowledge, couldn’t name any principles.
    • Family doesn’t know.
    • Never shared with any colleagues at work.
    • My kids don’t know its called "Huna".
    • My professional side doesn’t know anything about Huna or HT.
    • Only two other people, my brother and a close friend, know about what I’ve been learning.
    • General Rule: I don’t talk about this to anyone.
  • Like any other exciting discovery, you want to share it with the everyone.
  • Many times that means someone close to you.
  • Some are ready, while others are not.
  • Most of the time, you will probably get rejected, why?
    • Some are not ready for Huna’s "You create your world" way
      • Not prepared to look at themselves
      • More comfortable to blame external reasons for their conditions
    • Some are happy with the way they are and are not interested in change
      • "Leave me alone!"
    • Some have suspicion on Huna’s fundamentals
      • "What is this, a cult?"
      • Some folks don’t look very highly on spiritual paths
    • Some aren’t prepared for you to change
      • If someone is used to saving you, what will they do now?
      • If someone is used to being "better" than you, what will they do if you "beat" them
  • Even if your Huna way is accepted you still are fraught with possible issues:
    • You may get questions you can’t answer.
    • There could be more confrontations/debates which might dampen your own progress
    • Your "object" might fail in adopting Huna, which could bring you down.
    • Helping the other person might take your eyes off the ball which stunts your own growth

What to do? After the break

Overall:

  • It’s all about your development. Not anyone elses.
  • Focus on your own work and those that are ready to learn will come to you.
  • "When the teacher is ready".
  • Many stories in HT about spouses that have seen dramatic changes in their spouse that has adopted Huna

Using the principles to:

Ike: Become aware of your desire to help others experience the joy and empowerment that you feel.

Kala:

  • Let go of the idea that those closest to you need to know about Huna.
  • Don’t limit yourself to just your closest loved ones.
  • If you continue your path there will be many, many people that will come to you for help.

Makia/Manawa:

  • Focus on your own development.
  • This is all about you, remember?
  • Get your life to advance and improve.
  • If your loved ones are really paying attention, a day will come when they will ask about what you’re doing.

Aloha:

  • Be happy with your loved ones even if they don’t take on Huna as their way.
  • If you take Huna as your own way, you will affect others in a positive way even if they know nothing about Huna. Keep that in your heart.

Mana:

  • Focus on your own development.
  • The more you feel the need to share, refocus that effort on the need to grow.

Pono:

  • If you improve your life, others will pay attention.
  • People will come to you that need help. Help them!
  • Much easier to help those that want to learn instead of trying to convince others they should learn.

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