Aloha, I'm Lee "Kuhi" Sinnott
I am a husband, father, and Clinical Mental Health therapist. My spiritual journey began at an early age. At the age of 6, I would spend hours in the woods, hiking and often getting lost. I quickly learned to watch the animals and the trees to find my way home. I grew up in the Christian faith and after several mystical and spiritual experiences that no one could explain, I went looking for the answers. Following the path Jesus Christ set for me I found myself in some very strange places. During my Spiritual adventures I met many different people and teachers learning many different things. Some of the things I learned were Druidry, Kabbalah, Buddhism, Saivite Hinduism, and Kung Fu.
I was lucky enough and honored to learn some Native American traditions as well. I have been trained as a Fire Keeper, Pourer of Sweat Lodge, and being able to take part in Vison Quest Dances at the Center For Peace in Seymour Tennessee.
In 2012 my life changed when one of my teachers recommended “Urban Shaman” by Serge Kahili King. From that day I have practiced and studied the Huna Kupua Tradition as taught by Serge Kahili King. It matched my own beliefs and made room what I believed and already found true. Huna also provided a practical and effective system to heal myself and help others become who they want to be. After several years in Huna journey, and years of study and practice, I became an Alakai (ordained minister) of the Order of Huna International.
My Hawaiian name given to me during my ordination is
‘O ‘Oia ke kuhikuhi pono
One who will teach well.
Kuhi for short.