ANSWER: Here are some guidelines that will help. If they don't help enough, it may be a good idea to seek professional help from someone who understands your beliefs about guides. Guideline #1 - Don't ever take orders from inner voices, no matter who they claim to be. You can listen to advice from any source you want, but reserve final decisions for yourself. Guideline #2 - Good advice is always given to increase good. If you get advice that encourages you to cause pain and suffering, it's not coming from a good source. Guideline # 3 - You have a right to reject advice. You can either not act on it, or "fire" the advisor. There is a big difference between hearing advice and following advice. And you can always order the advisor to come up with better advice or be gone (the more relaxed you body is, the easier it is to use this guideline).
Friday, April 17, 2009
QUESTION: My spirit guides used to give me good advice, but lately they've been telling me to do things that I know are wrong. Now I'm afraid some negative entities are just pretending to be my guides. How can I tell the difference, and what can I do about it?
Thursday, April 2, 2009
QUESTION: What is the Huna approach to dealing with a serious illness?
ANSWER: The Huna approach to dealing with a serious illness is to use everything available to get well. That means using techniques and practices from all four levels of reality to whatever degree they are helpful. To use an example, someone I know very well came down with a very bad case of pneumonia. On a first level he used the help of a medical doctor who did some tests and prescribed antibiotics. At that level he also used herbs, massage, vitamins, and good nutrition. On a second level he used affirmations, self hypnosis, visualization, bioenergetics, acupuncture, and the healing prayers and sendings of family and friends. On a third level he used radionics, ritual, and shaman journeys. On a fourth level he grokked healthy memories, people, animals, and plants. The result was that in 90 days he was healthier than ever. The point is, Huna is all about effectiveness. If it works, it's Huna.