Psychometric Analysis

Psychometric Analysis

by Max Freedom Long

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Psychometric Analysis by Max Freedom Long

The Huna Way of Life contains elements of philosophy, psychology, and religion, offering practical, easy-to-learn methods of personal goal attainment and spiritual growth.

First published in 1959, this book by Max Freedom Long, founder of The Huna Fellowship—an organization which co-ordinates the teaching, research, and practice of this ancient system recovered during over fifty years of research by Long himself from the ancient traditions of Hawaii—serves as a technical manual on the special aspects of his many years of research.

The Huna Way of Life contains elements of philosophy, psychology, and religion, offering practical, easy-to-learn methods of personal goal attainment and spiritual growth.

An enlightening read.

“Huna is not an ‘occult’ system—that is, hidden from all but a few ‘favored’ adherents or ‘initiates.’ It is based on knowledge of human psychology and of how the various parts of the human personality function. When you learn how the psyche works, you will be able to see how it functions properly and with the greatest effectiveness. Huna emphasizes normal living in every way and makes everyday life more liveable. In times of stress, Huna offers effective relief in any situation. As Max Freedom Long put it, ‘If you are not using Huna, you are working too hard!’”—Huna Research, Inc.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781787205574
Publisher: Borodino Books
Publication date: 06/28/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 84
File size: 5 MB

About the Author

Max Freedom Long (October 26, 1890 - September 23, 1971) was an American novelist and New Age author.

Born in 1890 in Sterling, Colorado to Toby Albert Long and his wife Jessie Diffendaffer, he attended Los Angeles State Normal School from 1914-1916 and graduated with an Associate of Arts degree in General Education. After graduating, he worked briefly as an auto-mechanic in Los Angeles.

In 1917, he moved to Hawaii to teach in elementary schools. He moved to Honolulu in 1920 and lived there until 1932, later owning a photography store.

In the mid-1930s, he relocated to Orange County, California and Long began to focus on writing books inspired by his experiences in Hawaii. He devoted the rest of his life to creating theories about the Native Hawaiians’ practice of what he termed magic, and teaching those theories through the sale of books and newsletters.

He called his compilation of teachings Huna, meaning “hidden secret” and derived from the word kahuna, who were priests and master craftsmen who ranked near the top of the social scale. He published a series of books on Huna starting in 1936, and founded an organization called the Huna Fellowship in 1945.

Long stopped issuing bulletins in late 1970 due to poor health. He ended his own life at his home in Vista, California on September 23, 1971 at the age of 80, following months of suffering with bone cancer.

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