We’ve all heard it said that there are no new ideas, just ideas that are new to you. And this certainly fits into that description.
For this is an old Hawaiian technique that is simple, yet very powerful in helping you to be free of anything that is bothering you.
It’s called Ho’oponopono (pronounced Ho-Oh-Pono-Pono) and was reintroduced to the world by Morrnah Simeona, the daughter of one of the last known kahuna la’au kahea (“healer with words”). And although Mornnah passed away in 1992, the practice of Ho’oponopono has only become more and more popular in recent years.
Please keep reading –this is very, very simple, and yet powerfully effective. Use this technique to help free yourself of any strong emotions about something/someone.
Here it is:
“I love you.
Please forgive me.
See how basic it is? Despite its simplicity, don’t dismiss it. Instead, practice saying this over and over, with emotion, while thinking of the person/situation that you are upset or angry or frustrated or stressed about. Allow any feelings or images to surface in your mind/body/emotions.
Do this as often as you think of it, many times a day, with all your intention and emotion behind it. You may find you cry, or laugh, or get angry as you say the words. That’s perfectly natural. Keep doing it.
After a while, you’ll find you have no more tears, no more anger, no more stress when you think of this person/situation. The emotions have just dissolved!
This potent technique works on many levels to allow you to release any connections you have to absolutely anything in your life.
Use it while thinking of your boss, your ex, your children, your in-laws, your co-workers, the clerk who was rude to you, the phone company, the road-raged driver who cut you off, and on and on….
This is a gift you give to yourself….it will bring you peace and serenity (and I promise it works a lot better than George’s “Serenity Now!” from the Seinfeld comedy!!)
If you’d like to read more about this miraculous, easy Hawaiian prayer, check out:
Join in the discussion, and share your experiences with Ho’oponopono….I’d love to hear from you!