Huna is a label given in modern times to the art of healing and spiritual development of the ancient Hawaiians. The goal is to connect to the universal spirit and the practitioner’s personal consciousness. In Huna, there is the concept of the three selves, the lower, middle and higher self. There are seven principals that guide Huna followers. The Huna followers believe that by controlling their breathing they increase the energy and vitality of the body. The increased energy allows them to utilize the innate and often latent talents that they already posses. It allows them to fully oxygenate the body and by doing so, stimulate the electrical charge of each body cell. Like many of the other ancient beliefs, the breathing increases the latent energy in the body and allows the student to harness the powers and drive it with the breathing energy. The Kahuna breath uses clear focus on the breath to bring in the energy of the universe for the body to use.