What do you mean by the term "Real priests"?
In using the term "Real" priests we do not mean to imply that the only "Real priests" are the mo'o kahuna or those who teach the system of wisdom known as Ho'ala Huna.
"Real priests" can be parents, siblings, or friends. They can work as janitors, fighter pilots, Catholic nuns, mothers, or Native American medicine men and women.
Real priests have no need to "fix" people, no matter how unconscious someone might appear to be. Instead, they confine themselves to helping those who are ready to wake up.
Most significantly, Real priests understand the difference between loving and caring, connection and attachment, and the value of being loyal to principles instead of people.
What makes a "Real priest" is that they always see the Divine perfection in themselves and others and act accordingly. For this reason Real priests do not arrogantly think they know what is spiritually "best" for another, nor do they confuse the Real person with any personality that happens to be manifesting in the moment.
Real priests seek to serve, rather than to be served. Real priests help others take responsibility for their own energy instead of projecting blame on others.
Real priests understand that because God is the ALL THAT IS, no one can be so fundamentally evil that they get left behind or condemned to an eternity in hell. Real priests understand that the only hell that exists is the one we create in every now when we are not awake enough to live in the harmony that is Love with the Divine ALL THAT IS of which we are all a part.
In other words, Real priests understand that the cause of all suffering is unconsciousness - not unworthiness!
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