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New Meetup: Effective Prayer - The Spiritual Warriors' Path to Power and Abundance

From: david
Sent on: Wednesday, November 10, 2010 6:15 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for The Pittsburgh Metaphysics Meetup Group!

What: Effective Prayer - The Spiritual Warriors' Path to Power and Abundance

When: Saturday, December 11,[masked]:00 AM

Price: $125.00 per person

Where: David and Mia's Place
6215 Monitor St
Pittsburgh, PA 15217

Effective Prayer or Prayer Action is a very powerful technique for manifesting desires. It bears remarkable resemblance to teachings found in the Law of Attraction, Napoleon Hill, and others, but provides a framework for understanding that complements and completes the others? very powerfully.

When western missionaries first came to Hawaii, native Hawaiians assumed that all of their ships, guns, and machines signified that they knew very powerful ways to pray. The native Hawaiians were shocked when they realized that the missionaries? prayers often go unfulfilled.

The popular witticism that sometimes God?s answer is ?No? aside, native practitioners realized that through Effective Prayer techniques they enjoyed much more success with their prayers than the westerners imagined was possible.

Effective Prayer is a part of Huna, which is a system of philosophy and techniques based on traditional Hawaiian and Polynesian practices. In the first half of the Twentieth Century, despairing that all of the truly great shamans had passed on before they could train replacements, Max Freedom Long recreated their practices and philosophy from secret knowledge ?hidden in plain sight? in the Hawaiian language itself. He called the system that he rediscovered Huna, which means ?secret? in Hawaiian.

Huna offers a system of philosophy and practices that are remarkably useful in dealing with real world situations and healing oneself and others ? even whole groups.

In this weekend intensive we will review the Core Concepts or beliefs of Huna and how they come together to support the practice of Effective Prayer or Prayer Action. We will also examine how the Core Concepts define the nature of sin and how to absolve oneself from past sins and how they enable recognition of and releasing emotional blocks to realization personal of success. If time permits, we will also briefly examine the practice of Ho?onponopono ? the Huna prescription for managing conflict and healing relationships in groups.

Join us to participate in this intensive interactive workshop created by David Park. The material covered in this workshop is based on his forthcoming book, titled, Faith, Prayer, and Action: Huna and the Principles of Success.

We will meet all day on Saturday and Sunday from 10 AM ? 5 PM with a 45 min. lunch break each day. Lunch will be provided as part of the cost for the workshop. Please set your intention to arrive at least 15 minutes early. The agenda is very full.

Please register early as space is limited.

Cost: $100 for registrants who pay in full before 4 DEC 10
$125 for registrants who pay on or after 4 DEC 10
Cost of program includes lunch both days

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