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Huna is a Hawaiian word adopted by Max Freedom Long  in 1936 to describe his theory of metaphysics. Long cited what he believed to be the spiritual practices of ancient Hawaiian kahunas (priests) as inspiration, however, the system is his invention, with roots in New Thought and Theosophy. The New Age practice of Huna emphasizes practical living and harmony with three levels of consciousness or selves- the unihipili (subconscious, inner, emotional, intuitive), uhane (waking consciousness, rational) and aumakua (super-conscious, connection with the divine).