George Kamana Hunter is an Intuitive Healer and the founder of the Bloodline Healing Method which is used to address multi-generational wounding. He’s the author of Healing Our Bloodlines: The 8 Realizations of Generational Healing (May 2019) which details his use of Bloodline Healing with Jewish Holocaust Survivors, Native Americans, the homeless, veterans, physicians, and high-powered entrepreneurs from various cultures. Meant as a self-help guidebook for people of any cultural background, Healing Our Bloodlines provides a step by step process to unburdening the heavy stories that we inherit from our ancestors so that we can clear the path to our most purposeful and liberated life.
Currently residing on Oahu, he is directing Sakura & Pearls: Healing World War 2 (Jan 2021), a documentary about Japanese Survivors of the Atomic Bomb meeting the American Survivors of Pearl Harbor. For his work with Hawaiian people, he was honored by a Native Hawaiian family in Kaneohe, HI with the name Kamananui’okeola. It means “his great spiritual power of life” in the Hawaiian language, acknowledging how his teachings about generational healing can breathe new life into families.
An electric speaker and impassioned singer, G. K. Hunter has presented at such venues as the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, Cornell University, and NPR’s All Things Considered