Ho’oponopono is an ancient Hawaiian healing art of forgiveness and reconciliation. It has been used for centuries to correct, restore, support, and maintain peaceful relationships between people, Spirit, and Nature. It is believed that consistency in one’s external relationship starts by establishing harmony between one’s own body, spirit, and mind. Some Ho’oponopono practices have been practiced over time, and they evolve constantly. The art was originally found by MorrnahNalamakuSimeona, a healer who received a great honor by being named as Hawaii’s living treasure.
The meaning of Ho’o is something about to happen. Pono means stability, balance, order, adjustment, or harmony. Ho’oponopono translates: to bring into balance. The power of the word is accentuated when using the word Pono twice.
It is believed in Hawaii, Pono is to determine whether a thought, word, or action. According to the people who practice Ho’oponopono, one must realize, it does not only affect our present generation and community but also how it affects our descendants and ancestors. All forms of life are interconnected. The family includes not only human relatives but also nature.
According to history, the traditional healing system required the presence of the mediator. The mediator is a senior qualified practitioner who would guide the healing practice for the practitioner. The process requires a group of people who should interact with each other in a specific way. Morrnah developed the practice in a way that the process of healing no more required a mediator. The practice only needs the practitioner himself. No specific interaction is required between practitioner and other people
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How to practice Ho’oponopono
Let us discuss how to practice Ho’oponopono in four simple steps,
Step 1: Repentance
As it is mentioned above, you are responsible for your own mind. Once you realize that, it is natural to feel sorry. This realization can be distressing until you start accepting the responsibility for problems out there. Repeat,” I’m sorry,” that’s the complete step.
Step 2: Asking for forgiveness
Don’t worry about who you are asking. Say, “PLEASE FORGIVE ME” over and over. Keep in mind your guiltiness from step 1 as you ask to be forgiven.
Step 3: Gratitude
Again it doesn’t matter who you’re thinking. Thank yourself for being the best version of yourself. Thank your body for what it does for you. Thank the universe for forgiving you. Repeat saying thank you.
Step 4: Love
This step can also be step 1. Say, “I Love You.” It can be to your body, God, or the air you breathe. Say it over and over. It is important to feel and mean it.
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