This site is dedicated to Morrnah Nalamaku Simeona (1913-1992), a Hawaiian kahuna (shaman). Years ago, I had the good fortune of being her student and receiving spiritual teachings from her on the island of O'ahu.
There are different kinds of kahunas, and Morrnah had numerous specialties. She is remembered best for broadening the definition of ho'oponopono, a Hawaiian system for resolving differences in a group setting, and adapting it to individual use. But she was also a kahuna la'au lapa'au, an expert in herbal medicine, a kahuna pule, one who works through the power of prayer, and a practitioner of lomilomi (massage).
In her later years, Morrnah lectured and conducted training at medical facilities and higher institutions of learning, on the mainland and internationally. Three times she gave the training at the United Nations in New York. In 1983, both the Hawai'i State Legislature and the Hongwanji Mission of Honolulu named her a "living treasure of Hawai'i."
The principles she emphasized live on through the teachings of her The Foundation of I. and in the hearts of those of us who graced us with her spiritual energy.
The above photo of Morrnah Simeona was likely taken circa 1985-1990. Mahalo nui loa to a kind person in Germany named Klaus, for sending me this much wished-for photo.
Kahuna Morrnah Simeona's Legacy
As much as I enjoyed Morrnah's teachings, it was her presence that quickened my understandings about consciousness and galvanized my interest in spirituality.
A part of Morrnah lives on, through those of us who were privileged to receive her teachings and be inspired by the example she set. The services I offer and the volunteer work I do carry a thread of her energy.
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