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The Cry of the Huna: The Ancestral Voices of Hawaii by [Moke Kupihea]

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" The Cry of the Huna is a journal of hidden things coming to light--an engaging collection of ancestral imagery, narratives, insights, and documented material that becomes Kupihea' s own inner journey from violence to wholeness. In sharing his journey with the world, Kupihea adds new light to the universal search for meaning and hope that is based on the spiritual nature and foundation of life. In these days of global insecurity, the timely subject of his book is the search for true identity, ancestral reconnection, and spiritual harmony--a search important not only to native Hawaiians but to all people of Earth."

"The Cry of the Huna is a journal of hidden things coming to light--an engaging collection of ancestral imagery, narratives, insights, and documented material that becomes Kupihea's own inner journey from violence to wholeness. In sharing his journey with the world, Kupihea adds new light to the universal search for meaning and hope that is based on the spiritual nature and foundation of life. In these days of global insecurity, the timely subject of his book is the search for true identity, ancestral reconnection, and spiritual harmony--a search important not only to native Hawaiians but to all people of Earth."

" Kupihea's writing is so clear, so concise, that the reader is literally taking this trip with him. . . . through his ability to move between the past and the present, we are given a clear view of a culture that [it] is most important that we not allow to die away." This book will touch you, the reader, in unexpected ways. It will become part of your spiritual growth, whether you are of Hawaiian lineage or not."

?The Cry of the Huna is a journal of hidden things coming to light--an engaging collection of ancestral imagery, narratives, insights, and documented material that becomes Kupihea's own inner journey from violence to wholeness. In sharing his journey with the world, Kupihea adds new light to the universal search for meaning and hope that is based on the spiritual nature and foundation of life. In these days of global insecurity, the timely subject of his book is the search for true identity, ancestral reconnection, and spiritual harmony--a search important not only to native Hawaiians but to all people of Earth.?

" Kupihea writes eloquently about the destruction of Hawaiian spiritual values by the invasion of a new culture . . . and the key to returning to a spiritual balance with humankind and nature."

& quot; Kupihea's writing is so clear, so concise, that the reader is literally taking this trip with him. . . . through his ability to move between the past and the present, we are given a clear view of a culture that [it] is most important that we not allow to die away. & quot; This book will touch you, the reader, in unexpected ways. It will become part of your spiritual growth, whether you are of Hawaiian lineage or not.& quot;

? The Cry of the Huna is a journal of hidden things coming to light--an engaging collection of ancestral imagery, narratives, insights, and documented material that becomes Kupihea's own inner journey from violence to wholeness. In sharing his journey with the world, Kupihea adds new light to the universal search for meaning and hope that is based on the spiritual nature and foundation of life. In these days of global insecurity, the timely subject of his book is the search for true identity, ancestral reconnection, and spiritual harmony--a search important not only to native Hawaiians but to all people of Earth.?

& quot; Kupihea writes eloquently about the destruction of Hawaiian spiritual values by the invasion of a new culture . . . and the key to returning to a spiritual balance with humankind and nature.& quot;

"Kupihea's writing is so clear, so concise, that the reader is literally taking this trip with him. . . . through his ability to move between the past and the present, we are given a clear view of a culture that [it] is most important that we not allow to die away."This book will touch you, the reader, in unexpected ways. It will become part of your spiritual growth, whether you are of Hawaiian lineage or not."

"Kupihea's writing is so clear, so concise, that the reader is literally taking this trip with him. . . . through his ability to move between the past and the present, we are given a clear view of a culture that [it] is most important that we not allow to die away.

"This book will touch you, the reader, in unexpected ways. It will become part of your spiritual growth, whether you are of Hawaiian lineage or not."

""The Cry of the Huna" is a journal of hidden things coming to light--an engaging collection of ancestral imagery, narratives, insights, and documented material that becomes Kupihea's own inner journey from violence to wholeness. In sharing his journey with the world, Kupihea adds new light to the universal search for meaning and hope that is based on the spiritual nature and foundation of life. In these days of global insecurity, the timely subject of his book is the search for true identity, ancestral reconnection, and spiritual harmony--a search important not only to native Hawaiians but to all people of Earth."

"Kupihea writes eloquently about the destruction of Hawaiian spiritual values by the invasion of a new culture . . . and the key to returning to a spiritual balance with humankind and nature." --This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition edition.

About the Author

Moke Kupihea is also author of The Seven Dawns of the Aumakua. He has lived his entire life in Kauai's sacred Waimea Valley. --This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition edition.

Product details

  • ASIN : B0068Q6U1S
  • Publisher : Inner Traditions (10 May 2005)
  • Language : English
  • File size : 4497 KB
  • Text-to-Speech : Enabled
  • Screen Reader : Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
  • X-Ray : Not Enabled
  • Word Wise : Enabled
  • Print length : 212 pages
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