A main part of the philosophy of western musical instruments is to provide as many sonic possibilities as possible - hence the piano keyboard, with seven octaves of fully chromatic notes.
A main part of the philosophy of the kalimba is that it has exactly the notes it needs to create a particular scale or a particular song. Every note on a kalimba is important and useful. A particular kalimba's scale, or tuning, will span a particular "music space" which contains the musical possibilities of that scale. And there are "way many" music spaces and there are also "way many" kalimba tunings.
One of my most favorite activities is to explore new kalimba tunings and their music spaces - ie, the different possibilities these tunings create.
However, as much as I love to explore and map all of these exotic music spaces, sometimes I forget to cover the most basic tuning of an instrument. In this post, I go back and analyze the Sansula's standard mystical and enchanting tuning, and then I relate the Sansula's tuning to exactly how I accompany the Sansula on my guitar.