HSER 141 :: Introduction to Ho'oponopono
Fall 2018 @Hawaii CC

CRN:
17505 (E. HI) 17506 (WH)
Credit Hours:
3
Instructor:
Allysyn Bezilla
abezilla@hawaii.edu
808-934-2638 (Ph)
808-974-7757 (Fax)
Instructional Mode:
ITV
Instructional Mode:
ITV
Dates:
08/20/2018 - 12/13/2018
Schedule:
MW
3:30pm- 4:45pm
Origination Site: Manono Campus 388-102
Receive Sites: WestHI (501-126) Palamanui
Course Prerequisites:
Cross-listed as Subs 141
Course Description:
This is an experiential course that focuses on counseling and resolving conflict among families, individuals and other groups using Hawaiian
cultural methods of Ho‘oponopono (family) and Ho‘oku‘u Ka Hewa (individuals and other groups). Students will examine Hawaiian historical foundations, spiritual principles, values and beliefs, protocol and rituals; ancient and modern processes; and levels of involvement and
responsibility among participants.
Textbooks:
No Na Mamo By Michael Chun
CRDG UH Press ISBN: 9780824836245 Required

Legacies of Hawaiian Generations
By J Schachter
Berhahn Books; 1st edition; 2016
ISBN: 9781785332043 Required

Mokuola - Legend& History of Coconut Island Keliipio Ohana (1909 - 1960)
By Warshauer & Young
Publisher: Hawaii Plantation Museum Required

BOOK INFO: Students should purchase books through the UH Bookstore by calling 1-808-932-7394 or choose the "Hilo Bookstore" link online at http://www.bookstore.hawaii.edu

Technical Requirements:
This is a VideoConference Class with the instructor located in Hilo.
Additional Notes:
Students should go to https://laulima.hawaii.edu and log in with their UH username and password on or 1-2 days before the first class date. Students may email instructor with any questions. (abezilla@hawaii.edu)
Updated:
Saturday, April 14, 2018 18:15:45