Our work is to understand who we really are then demonstrate that balance, power, and connection in our work, our relationships, our every moment to create lives of exuberance and meaning
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Santa Fe, NM (Vocus) September 2, 2010
Kailua-Kona, Hawaii (Vocus) September 2, 2010 -- In three West Coast visits this fall, Dr. Matthew B. James, MA, Ph.D., will discuss how the ancient Hawaiian discipline of Huna can help people in their quest for health, wealth and love.
Dr. James, president of accredited Kona University, will present his popular workshop, Huna Prosperity Weekend: Become a Manifestation Magnet with Money, Relationships and Health, Oct. 2-3 in Newport Beach, Oct. 9-10 in Portland, Ore., and Dec. 11-12 in Seattle, Wash.
Dr. James is an expert on forgiveness and how Huna, the ancient Hawaiian discipline of energy, healing and consciousness, can help people today. He holds his Ph.D. in health psychology, is Chairman of the Association for Integrated Psychology and author of the new book “The Foundation of Huna: Ancient Wisdom for Modern Times.” Dr. James is also president of The Empowerment Partnership, the leader in Neuro Linguistic Programming and hypnosis education.
During his upcoming visits, Dr. James will be available for media interviews at prearranged times. Topics he can discuss include:
- Huna Principles for Healthy Relationships: How to nurture a love that lasts and be a better spouse and parent using Ho‘oponopono, the Hawaiian approach to forgiveness.
- Living Green After the Oil Spill: How the indigenous Hawaiian view of nature can help Americans live more environmentally sustainable lives.
- Prosperity in Any Economy: How limiting beliefs can create a self-fulfilling “scarcity consciousness,” and how understanding money as a form of energy can help people prosper despite the economic downturn.
The secret to making money, finding a soulmate, beating depression, creating a rewarding career and even losing weight lies in the subconscious mind, says Dr. James, who has been chosen by Hawaiian elders to carry on a Huna lineage of 28 generations.
“Our work is to understand who we really are then demonstrate that balance, power, and connection in our work, our relationships, our every moment to create lives of exuberance and meaning,” he says.
To learn more about Dr. James, visit http://www.Huna.com.
Michelle Tennant Nicholson
Wasabi Publicity, Inc.
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