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The Bowl of Light: Ancestral Wisdom from a Hawaiian Shaman epub ebook

by Hank Wesselman

The Bowl of Light: Ancestral Wisdom from a Hawaiian Shaman epub ebook

Author: Hank Wesselman
Category: Other Religions Practices & Sacred Texts
Language: English
Publisher: Sounds True; UNABRIDGED VERSION edition (May 1, 2011)
Pages: 288 pages
ISBN: 1604074302
ISBN13: 978-1604074307
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 479
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In Bowl of Light, Wesselman composes a masterpiece, sharing Makua's profound talk-story-the indigenous way of imparting wisdom-as the oral tradition is effectively transmitted into the written word.

In Bowl of Light, Wesselman composes a masterpiece, sharing Makua's profound talk-story-the indigenous way of imparting wisdom-as the oral tradition is effectively transmitted into the written word. The book is essential for any world wisdom collection and for those on a spiritual path to discover the soul's true heritage, from "the last living holder of this knowledge. The book is such a rich banquet of food for thought that you need to put it down regularly to contemplate and digest each tasty morsel.

My newest is The Bowl Of Light: Ancestral Wisdom from a Hawaiian Shaman. It is about my great friendship and philosophical discussions with the kahuna elder Hale Makua. Hank's law: The less someone knows about (something), the stronger will be their opinion about (it). The Law of Evolution: Everything changes. Do not believe in anything simply because you have heard it.

The Bowl of Light book. With The Bowl of Light, paleoanthropologist Hank Wesselman, PhD, provides a rare glimpse into the heart of this tradition as he unveils the teachings passed down to him from the great Kahuna elder, Hale Makua.

Before you start The Bowl of Light: Ancestral Wisdom .

Before you start The Bowl of Light: Ancestral Wisdom from a Hawaiian Shaman, heed this warning: it’s going to make most people at least a little sad. It’s not the story that’s going to evoke thi. Take care in recommending this book to anyone who hasn’t sat with the medicine, as many of the stories may seem outrageous to those not used to experiencing alternative timelines, energy, dimensions, and subsequent knowledge gained by metaphysical means.

The Bowl of Light-how we can restore our natural divine radiance. Hank Wesselman, PhD, is a paleoanthropologist and shamanic teacher who has worked with noted anthropologists investigating the mysteries of human origins in Africa

The Bowl of Light-how we can restore our natural divine radiance. The three directives of the spiritual warrior-love with humility, live with reverence, and know with self-discipline. Rituals for communing with nature, receiving wisdom from the spirit world, purifying our consciousness, and more. Hank Wesselman, PhD, is a paleoanthropologist and shamanic teacher who has worked with noted anthropologists investigating the mysteries of human origins in Africa. His books include Visionseeker, Spiritwalker, and Journey to the Sacred Garden.

Henry Barnard Wesselman (born 1941) is an American anthropologist known primarily for his Spiritwalker trilogy of spiritual memoirs

Henry Barnard Wesselman (born 1941) is an American anthropologist known primarily for his Spiritwalker trilogy of spiritual memoirs. In them, he claims to have been in contact with "Nainoa", an ethnic Hawaiian kahuna (shaman) living some 5,000 years in our future. The books envision the imminent collapse of Western civilization as a result of Global Warming. On a more positive note, Wesselman perceives an ongoing "wide-spread spiritual reawakening" which he dubs the "Modern Mystical Movement.

With The Bowl of Light, Hank Wesselman offers a privileged and intimate view into the mind of an authentic Hawaiian kahuna- for the time has finally come for the world to hear the wisdom that this profound tradition offers. Издательство: Sounds True, Incorporated. ISBN 13: 9781604074307.

The Bowl of Light: Ancestral Wisdom from a Hawaiian Shaman. The Bowl of Light - Hank Wesselman. by Hank Wesselman and Sandra Ingerman. Also by hank wesselman.

In 1996, a revered Hawaiian elder befriended an American anthropologist, and from their rare and intimate rapport, something miraculous emerged. Through the words and teachings of the kahuna wisdom-keeper Hale Makua, Dr. Hank Wesselman was gifted with an enhanced perspective into the sacred knowledge of ancient Hawaii.

Before his passing, elder Makua encouraged Dr. Wesselman to convey much of what had passed between them to the wider world, giving him permission to share his spiritual knowledge. Now, with The Bowl of Light, you are invited to share in the sacred wisdom of one of the world's most powerful indigenous traditions, including:

The Bowl of Light―how we can restore our natural divine radianceThe three directives of the spiritual warrior―love with humility, live with reverence, and know with self-disciplineRituals for communing with nature, receiving wisdom from the spirit world, purifying our consciousness, and moreThe Ancestral Grand Plan―exploring the path our ancestors set in motion millennia ago, and how the Plan is playing out across the world today
Reviews (7)
Froststalker
I have slight reservations about this book. I found it had valuable snippets of information, although the author's mental gymnastics are sometimes irritating. The book is at its best when he simply describes the relationship that unfolds. The friendship that develops between Wesselman and Makua is deep and very moving. In the end I think what leaves me unsatisfied is a failure of perception that seems to characterise most (all?) forms of shamanism. It is a failure to recognise that darkness is also of the light. In the end all serve. I also question how much of Makua's thought has been filtered through New Age beliefs, but not having any deep knowledge of Hawaiian culture this is not something I am equipped to judge. Is the book worth reading? Yes, subject to these quibbles, I think so. It is a touching account of a very deep friendship where each finds validation in the other, although both would probably deny the need. I loved reading of the frequent synchronicities that remind one everything is interconnected and there is an honesty in Makua's reflections that is refreshing. Many of his observations repay long reflection. As to the issue about whether or not there is a self, consider what dropping your humanness (which Makua says we all are heading for, ultimately) implies. Perhaps both Buddha and Makua are correct. Makua and Wesselman both hold deep biases against religion and I think this puts their observations on this subject in question. But all in all a worthwhile book.

Nikohn
Having followed the author's series of books about his visionary experiences, I was eager to read about his down to earth interactions with his friend and kumu, mentioned peripherally elsewhere but not in depth. The book did not disappoint, and I felt I learned, as much as could be from the printed word, about the thoughts and concepts of the kahuna. Though I sometimes did not understand, the words always give food for thought. The author's multifaceted perspective as a shaman, visionary and anthropologist, is appreciated, especially when presented alongside the kahuna's teachings. This is an ambitious book that adds to the store of knowledge of Hawaiian spirituality. That the kahuna is so fluent in Hawaiian and uses a plethora of Hawaiian terms, gives the book a special place in the literature.

FEISKO
I first heard about this book through the Non-Profit I currently belong with - Papaku no Kameha'ikana at a workshop I attended. I got the book pretty quickly and I'm almost done with it. The author, Hank Wesseman it's like he brings you to where he is and you can almost visualize sitting in the moments of both him, Makua, and Jill. Although, there are some things I would not do spiritually but, it's about keeping an open mind on a perspective of our Heavenly divine...I just found it very intriguing and really, really interesting at the same time. We are taught differently in this westernized world that we are sheltered from the truth of living in a spiritual world and that we are all connected somehow...I love love love this book and I really don't care to read...but, this is one of my favorites. My favorite quote from this is "Love all that you are with humillity, Live all that you feel with reverence, and Know all that you posses with discipline" These are 3 cardinal rules that I've learned over the course to live by and I was surprise how it is in this book from another man I have never met but, felt like I knew him...We are all the same just with different gifts to give

Rasmus
I'll make this short... read the book. For one thing, you'll get a sense of the immense loss humanity suffered when the westerners basically stole Hawaii and ruined its ancient culture, as well as many other cultures around the world. Secondly, you'll get a wonderful sense of that eternal wisdom coming from life itself, and the many dedicated humans who have sought through the centuries to honor and respect all life.. not just people and domestic animals... but trees, streams, volcanoes, even planets. This deep respect for life was rewarded with incredible inner experiences and realizations about LIFE, God, other beings, all of creation, and these insights have been passed down by many cultures for millenia... We are lucky to have sincere, gifted searchers like this author who have uncovered many ancient traditions and shared them with everyone.

Author Kesselman does a great job conveying a sense of the sacred. It's the kind of book you keep near your favorite reading nook. pick it up, read a few pages, and get inspired. It will make you think, and feel, and 'think-feel', your way into your own soul's presence and wisdom.

I have done a lot of reading about various kinds of indigenous, shamanistic, and esoteric teachings from around the world, but had not read much about ancient Hawaiian / polynesian teachings, so this was very refreshing. Polynesian tradition honored the ancestors, the way many cultures have done, such as in Japan and China. Personally, I think people from the "west", or the modern techno mechanical culture will benefit tremendously by doing the same thing. Who we are is related to where our ancestors have been, and what they did.

lifestyle
To put this in perspective, I have about a 25-year background with studying and practicing shamanism. Yet I was not aware of this author prior to reading his introduction to Sandra Ingerman's latest book. I looked him up and have read Bowl of Light and thoroughly enjoyed it. I felt like I was right there in person with many of the altered state events guided by his teacher. I did not previously have any knowledge of Hawaiian Huna shamanism; and I delighted in the teachings of and the personality of Hale Makua. Moreover, the quality of writing makes the book hard to put down.

Cktiell
This book is not only inspirational but transforming. I highly recommend it to all that desire to know and evolve. There are not many books in which the energy of the Master comes through, but this is one of them. Wesselman does an outstanding job of not only being the scribe and biographer but the channeler of Makua's energy as well.

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