A week of training from the teaching of Morrnah N. Simeona!
The "Lost" teachings of Morrnah Simeona's Ho'oponopono on DVD
Learn Ho'oponopono in its proper context as Morrnah Simeona intended.
Morrnah Simeona and her hand-picked team of experts ... most of which have been designated a "Living Treasure of Hawaii" for their significant contributions ... do all the training.
This was not just the only presentation Morrnah permitted to be video taped ... this is also the only time these experts ever agreed to appear together.
The panel includes:
Charles W. Kenn
Charlie Kenn was an olohe lua (lua master) and kahuna born in 1907. He was historian, professor, and author who was highly accomplished in a variety of martial arts. Kenn was honored in 1976 as a state "living treasure" for his pioneering work documenting Hawaiian language, culture and spiritual traditions.
Dr. Abraham Piianaia
Abraham St. Chad Kikiakoi Kalilioku Piianaia was a steward of native Hawaiian legacy, culture and language. A descendant of Hawaiian alii grounded in Hawaiian and Polynesian protocol and seafaring, he was the inauguaral director of the Hawaiian Studies Program at UH Manoa and a major force in the Polynesian voyaging revival. He was named a Living Treasure of Hawai‘i in 1999 and received outstanding alumnus honors from both UH and Kamehameha Schools and the 2004 Ke Alii Pauahi Legacy Award from the Order of Ke Ali‘i Pauahi Foundation.
Dr. Kekuni Blaisdell
Richard Kekuni Akana Blaisdell is a professor of medicine at the University of Hawaii, in Honolulu and is a co-founder of E Ola Mau, an organization of Hawaiian health professionals. His research interests include the spleen and blood disorders, the history of medicine, Polynesian medicine and Hawaiian health.
Probably better known for Surf music in the 60's and starring in Hawaii 5-0, Clayton was instrumental in preserving traditional Hawaiian Energy work.
Dr. Rubellite Kawena Johnson
Kupuna, Rubellite Kawena Johnson was Emeritus Professor of Hawaiian, Department of Indo-Pacific Languages and Literatures at the University of Hawaii, from 1967 to 1993. She is an expert in Hawaiian History, Culture and Religion.
Because Morrnah wanted to put Ho'oponopono in its proper Cultural context ... so many topics are covered and integrated to form a cohesive whole.
It was filmed by volunteers from a Honolulu TV station using old Beta I technology, so it's definitely not "Blue-Ray" ... but it is the information and historical significance that's important.
- Item #: Hoo-15DVD