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Kahuna LamaKu about Huna Shamanism

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Our weekly host Trevahr Hughes will have some questions for Eric Schmall (Kahuna Lamaku) about sacred forms of healing in Huna and various other experiences that he has had within the realms of alternate realities and healing. Bio for Eric Schmall: My destiny to be a healer could only be fulfilled by suffering and I would do it again because I've been able to help many people over the years as a result. In 1984 I ran away to California after getting in trouble with the law. I went to a school for alternative medicine in Garberville, CA now called Heartwood Institute. The kindness and abilities of the people there opened my eyes to the possibility that I might be able to live my life in a way that I felt was meaningful. My early years were spent observing my mother playing around with unusual ideas such as macrobiotic cooking and acupuncture. She also inspired me to become interested in alternative medicine. I worked in the health food section of a pharmacy as one of my first jobs and continued in similar positions until about a decade ago. I'm just now putting together my first office type situation so I can start seeing clients. I am ordained as a Kahuna of the Huna Heiau to perform the sacred healing art of Aumakua Therapy. The Huna Heiau was started by my Kahuna, Lani about 20 years ago. Aumakua Therapy was created by Beau Kitselman in the 1940's (I believe). I can also heal with my ki'i kukui nuts which are blessed over a period of a few weeks to create a healing icon. I'm also able to infuse mana into soft tissue to stop pain and reduce inflammation. I will be retraining myself to do Huna Tarot readings in the near future. -ES

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