MorrnahNalamakuSimeona is a gifted healer and a native Hawaiian Kahuna. She also developed a new system of healing. In 1983, MorrnahSimeona received a great honor by being named as Hawaii’s living treasure. The new system Morrnah developed was based on the ancient art of healing called Ho’oponopono.
Morrnah was born on May 19, 1913, in Honolulu, the capital city of the U.S. state Hawaii. She belonged to the respected family of Kimokeo and Lilia Simeona. Her mother was one of the last few remaining Kahuna Lapa’au, one who uses words and chants to heal. Her mother also became a lady-in-waiting to Queen Lili’uokalani, the only woman to rule the kingdom of Hawaii.
MorrnahSimeona was influenced by this ancient healing tradition from the beginning. She grew up in a multidimensional world where her family follows a traditional lifestyle and the outer world was combining with the pressures of westernized cultures. She was recognized to carry this family tradition at the age of three. The training of the practice of healing is oral, handed down to the student from the teacher. There were no books and notes to read. Morrnah learned the art of healing by listening, remembering, and repeating.
Morrnah went to Catholic school where she was deeply influenced by the teachings of Christ. In addition to her Kahuna training, she went on to learn the metaphysical traditions of China and India. She also studied the works of Edgar Cayce.
According to history, the traditional healing system required the presence of the mediator. The mediator is a senior qualified practitioner who would guide the healing practice for the practitioner. The process requires a group of people who interact with each other in a specific way. In 1976, Morrnah developed the practice in a way that the process of healing no more required a mediator. The practice only needs the practitioner himself. No specific interaction is required between practitioner and other people
Morrnah lived in the way of her ancestors and was respected as a valued member of her community. She practiced her gifts of healing for half of her life. She was also the master of LomiiLomiLapa’au, a Hawaiian healing massage. She obtained the ability to sense healing energies, which she later used in her massage treatments. Mornah also studied anatomy as well as the laying on of hands.
She also wrote two books “Season of the Mind” and “Dewdrops of Wisdom” for people who want to learn the art of Ho’oponopono.