• A phenomenon of a person being woken up in the middle of the night by a suspected malicious spirit, or “old hag”, thereby paralyzing that person in fear, unable to speak.
• Also known as “Old Hag Syndrome.”
• Known in the medical community, without paranormal belief, as “night terrors,” or “sleep paralysis”.
• Celebrated on October 31.
• A holiday stemming from the pagan holiday “Samhain,” a festival celebrating end of harvest.
• Believed to be a night where the veil between those in body and those in spirit is very thin.
Hawk (as a spirit guide)
• Messenger, Visionary, Protector
• Perspective, Focus, Priorities, Inner Visions, Wisdom
• A non-psychotropic variant of the Cannabis Sativa plant.
• Often erroneously confused with marijuana. T
• Fibers are very strong; used to make rope, clothing, plastics and cosmetics, among other things.
• Priest “who interprets sacred mysteries and esoteric principals.” (Apple Dictionary.)
• Fifth card of the major archana in the Rider-Waite-Smith Tarot deck
• in the tarot: a person who holds the key, a teacher; may represent education or conforming to a belief system or set of rules.
• One’s direct connection with what they consider to be God
• One’s direct connection with universal life force and knowledge
• Considered in many belief systems under a variety of names: aumakua, kane, god, inner god, pure love, universal mind, holy spirit, christ, angels, spirit guides.
• In Huna the higher self, also known as the Aumakua or Kane, is one of three selves: the low self, middle self and high self. These can be equated with the subconscious, conscious and one’s own inner god connection with all that is
Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen
[hone sha zay sho nehn]
• Second degree Reiki Symbol
• Also known as the “Distance” Symbol
• Used to send distant healing (or attunement) be it something or someone in the past, present or future
• An ancient Hawaiian belief system/philosophy (not a religion)
• Mixture of metaphysical beliefs and psychology which works on the premise that people can create their own reality through focused energy
• For book recommendations, see Huna Books on my Spiritcaat site
• Originally a form of worship during religious ceremonies
• A sacred Hawaiian ritual based on movement where dancer’s body may represent such things as plants and animals such as palm trees and sharks
• A form of grokking to tell a story through movement and gesture