Hawaiian Mana is power you receive when you do good things.
What does it mean to have power? Is it being strong or special, like a superhero? Or is it being rich and important? For Hawaiians, “power” means something else. They use the word mana to describe power, but to them, it means life energy that flows through all living things. They believe you receive or lose mana by the things you do every day. If you do good work, have good relationships with other people, and help those around you, your mana will be strong. If your mana is strong, you will feel happy and healthy.
Hawaiian people are welcoming and helpful because they receive mana by being so, and this makes them feel loved and happy in life. When they share this new happiness and love, they get even more mana. To them, this is real power!
What you can do
By living a healthy, meaningful life, everyone can receive this life energy called mana. If you care for nature and people around you; and share peace and love wherever you go, you will feel strong and happy. Receiving mana is more powerful than being a superhero!
Have you ever heard about ‘Karma’. Karma means something very similar. It is a belief in many religions like Hinduism and Buddhism. It means law of cause and effect. If you do good and kind things, good and kind things will come back to you.