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What Have You Always Wanted To Do...But Haven't Done Yet?
by Pamela Brennan

"Good question!" I thought, when I was first asked this a few years back. I spent a good half hour scanning my life, looking at all the highs and lows. I have to admit, I had a good number of regrets, things I would do differently, if I could do them all over again. And I also had a lot of experiences that I treasured and wouldn't change a bit. But something I had never done before? What if I had 6 months left to live, what have I always wanted to do, but haven't done yet? This intrigued me, yet I came up blank. I couldn't think of anything at all.

This question rumbled around my mind, off and on, for quite some time. Then out of the blue I got the answer. Go to a tropical island! Yes! I have never been to a tropical island and that's what I want to do! Then, a funny thing happened, I quickly forgot about this whole little process that had been going on and never gave it another thought.

Soon after that, I had a series of eight past life regression/healings. They were all very interesting and healing and varied greatly in content. The last one was a life I had on Kaua'i. I never had an inkling that I had any connection with Hawaii at all. The session itself was incredible; the clearest of them all, very much like watching a movie. At the end of the session, all my Aumakua (Hawaiian ancestors) came to me and there were huge colored waves of healing running through me. The love was awesome! When I came out of the regression, I was even craving Hawaiian food!

The next day, on my way to the bookstore I owned at the time, I prayed that there was something, anything, Hawaiian in my store. I knew I had never ordered anything Hawaiian, but I had such a need, a craving, for anything I could get my hands on. God, help me out here! Please! I need something Hawaiian!

I arrived early, so I would have plenty of time to look around before I opened the door to customers. It didn't take long before I saw a book that I had never seen before, and by the way, a book I knew I had never ordered. (I later double checked my records - sure enough, the book literally manifested on my shelf! ) The book was Kahuna Healing, by Serge Kahili King.

The first thing I noticed was the seven-pointed star on the front cover. I was always counting the number of points on stars, because the seven-pointed star was a personal symbol that was given to me by my Spirit Guide, St. Germaine. He had told me to use it for my own personal healing and that part of its meaning was my connection to the Pleiades star system and the rest of its meaning would be given to me when I was ready. I have a tattoo of the star and it was the logo of my healing practice and bookstore as well.

I sat down and read it immediately. I couldn't believe my eyes! Was this for real?! The book even mentioned the Pleiades star system and it was all about Hawaiian healing. I had been a healer for about 10 years at that point. I was very, what I like to call, discerning, with any information I read or heard. It was extremely rare that I would find something that I agreed with on most points. Yet, here in my hands, was everything I always knew to be true and right there in black and white. And it was Hawaiian! (I also, by the way, wasted no time and ordered everything else by this beautiful man and his beautiful wisdom.)

This beautiful path of the adventurer would soon bring me to that tropical island of Kaua'i. But first there was a very important step that I needed to work on - loving myself. Yes, loving myself. In the beginning, when the Hawaiian energy first came to me, it was someone else who first suggested that I might want to actually go to Hawaii. It had never even occurred to me. Here I was studying Huna and Hawaiian healing and buying anything Hawaiian I could get my hands on and it never even occurred to me that I could actually go there. Go to that tropical island! What a concept! What a beautiful and exciting concept! Yes, I could actually go there! This is what I always wanted to do, but haven't done yet.

But, oh my word! Here is where the love really needed to happen. This would be manifesting a dream come true. This would be something that I would love so much, and immediately every block you can imagine was in my face. It seemed like for every step forward I would take two steps back. My inner dialogue was like a whirlwind of confusion. "Sure, I can go, why not? Who do you think you are? I deserve it. What about everyone else? They'll be fine. Where are you gonna get the money? Who's gonna take care of everything while you're gone? There's no way you can go!"

Oh boy, I knew I needed to study some more, and so I did. I used all the wonderful tools Huna was giving me. I used visualization, clearing the path and many more. And it became even clearer that if I didn't feel that I deserved it, or that if I wasn't worthy of this good thing, it would never happen. I needed a very solid foundation of high self-esteem, self-confidence, and self-love. Everywhere I looked in Huna, I was brought back to this point. The seven principles and all the tools gave me the wisdom of self-love and the awareness to apply this very practical knowledge.

It has brought me to that beautiful tropical island of Kaua'i three times so far! And it has given me so much more, more than I can remember in any one given moment. It has given me everything I will ever need and want. It has enriched my life more than I can find words to describe. It is magic indeed!

So, my advice? Ask yourself this question, "What have I always wanted to do, but haven't done yet?" And do it! The answer to that question is your High Self whispering to you, urging you on to the magic that you so rightfully deserve. You'll be pleasantly surprised at the outcome, no matter what it is. And, of course, when you continue to study Huna and use the 7 principles in your every single experience, this will always bring you more and more self-love - the beautiful magic of the Aloha Spirit!

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