Re-Member: The Fastest Way to a Relaxed State and Bliss

I have many problems in my life, but my lips don’t know that. They always smile.” – Charles Chaplin Throughout my years, I have learned many techniques that incorporate relaxation as the most important first step on that all other methods are based upon.  May it be Meditation, Contemplation, Visualization, Silva Mind Control, Psycho-Cybernetics, Hypnosis, […]

Re-Member: The Fastest Way to a Relaxed State and Bliss

I have many problems in my life, but my lips don’t know that. They always smile.” – Charles Chaplin Throughout my years, I have learned many techniques that incorporate relaxation as the most important first step on that all other methods are based upon.  May it be Meditation, Contemplation, Visualization, Silva Mind Control, Psycho-Cybernetics, Hypnosis, […]

4 Steps To Stop Self-Punishment

If there is one thing that I learned from my life in general and all my spiritual revelations than it is that forgiving is not something that needs to happen between you and a God (let’s just assume that this one’s automatic and a done deal no matter what spiritual concept you are following) – […]

4 Steps To Stop Self-Punishment

If there is one thing that I learned from my life in general and all my spiritual revelations than it is that forgiving is not something that needs to happen between you and a God (let’s just assume that this one’s automatic and a done deal no matter what spiritual concept you are following) – […]

The 7 Huna Principles of Life – 7. PONO

If people hear this statement at first they might think of this as another version of “The end justifies the means”. But on the contrary Pono states that the choice of the means defines the end. If you select violence as a means, then peace will never be your end. If you use force as a means to settle for peace, then the state you get into might look like peace for a while, but you have not built peace from the inside out and therefore the mask of peace will shatter one day and up will come the underlying frustration and hate through an explosion of violence.

The 7 Huna Principles of Life – 7. PONO

If people hear this statement at first they might think of this as another version of “The end justifies the means”. But on the contrary Pono states that the choice of the means defines the end. If you select violence as a means, then peace will never be your end. If you use force as a means to settle for peace, then the state you get into might look like peace for a while, but you have not built peace from the inside out and therefore the mask of peace will shatter one day and up will come the underlying frustration and hate through an explosion of violence.