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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.

Beliefs

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.

Traditional Ho’oponopono

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

The miraculous powers of the self-healing practice of Ho’oponopono would have still been unknown to the world, if not for the efforts of Joe Vitale. He published a book “The Attractor Factor.” Joe Vitale is a well-known internet marketer, speaker, and writer. His major field of focus is self-improvement.  The world came to know about the phenomenal practice of self-healing only through the works of Joe Vitale in his book “Zero Limits.”

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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Who is MorrnahSimeona?

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MorrnahNalamakuSimeona is a gifted healer and a native Hawaiian Kahuna. She also developed a new system of healing. In 1983, MorrnahSimeona received a great honor by being named as Hawaii’s living treasure. The new system Morrnah developed was based on the ancient art of healing called Ho’oponopono.

Early Life

Morrnah was born on May 19, 1913, in Honolulu, the capital city of the U.S. state Hawaii. She belonged to the respected family of Kimokeo and Lilia Simeona. Her mother was one of the last few remaining Kahuna Lapa’au, one who uses words and chants to heal. Her mother also became a lady-in-waiting to Queen Lili’uokalani, the only woman to rule the kingdom of Hawaii.

MorrnahSimeona was influenced by this ancient healing tradition from the beginning. She grew up in a multidimensional world where her family follows a traditional lifestyle and the outer world was combining with the pressures of westernized cultures. She was recognized to carry this family tradition at the age of three. The training of the practice of healing is oral, handed down to the student from the teacher. There were no books and notes to read. Morrnah learned the art of healing by listening, remembering, and repeating.

Education

Morrnah went to Catholic school where she was deeply influenced by the teachings of Christ. In addition to her Kahuna training, she went on to learn the metaphysical traditions of China and India. She also studied the works of Edgar Cayce.

Ho’oponopono

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 interact with each other in a specific way. In 1976, 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

Later Career

Morrnah lived in the way of her ancestors and was respected as a valued member of her community. She practiced her gifts of healing for half of her life. She was also the master of LomiiLomiLapa’au, a Hawaiian healing massage. She obtained the ability to sense healing energies, which she later used in her massage treatments. Mornah also studied anatomy as well as the laying on of hands.

She also wrote two books “Season of the Mind” and “Dewdrops of Wisdom” for people who want to learn the art of Ho’oponopono.

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The ancient Hawaiian teaching of Ho’opnopono: marriage

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John watches the result of his work on his computer screen as he taps. A message appears and tells him that he has just made a mistake. It clears the error and makes the correction. Nobody expects him to scream and charge his computer for this mistake.

In recent days, Peter has been reluctant to go to school. It does not look like that. He usually gets up and dresses by himself. “The bus will not take long to arrive,” reminds her mother. “You gotta get ready.” She talked to him but still does not understand what is going on. She goes to see her teacher. His reaction is typical of that of the parents in this situation. No one would expect her to search inside to find the source of the problem and its solution.

Bill, 40, has a severe and chronic backache. He is a volunteer patient in a training program for therapists. “How long have you had a backache?” Asks a therapist. “How did this begin?” Asks another. “Have you been stressed recently?” Asks yet another. Then, in the midst of this deluge, an unexpected question: “What is happening inside me that manifests itself as a pain in Bill’s lower back?”, “Who’s the smart guy? asks the instructor suspiciously.

There is no such thing as total responsibility, just as money is growing on trees. This does not happen on the surface of the globe, in social relations, within families, at work, in commercial enterprises, in regional directorates or national governments, or in religious communities, let alone in therapeutic media. It does not exist. Unfortunately, problems, illnesses and even death are the result.

Yet there is a way out of problems and illness for any individual who is 100% responsible for creating his life as it is moment by moment. In the ancient Hawaiian technique of healing by the Ho’oponopono, the individual asks Love to rectify the errors within itself. “I’m sorry, please forgive me for anything inside of me that manifests itself in the form of this problem.” The responsibility of Love is then to transmute the inner errors that manifest themselves in the form of the problem. Love proceeds by erasing and correcting the error, as in John’s example in front of his computer, but in the computerized data bank of the mind.

If Pete’s mother asks, Love will erase in her thoughts, the error that manifests as the problem of her son. In their work, therapists can ask Love to erase from their mind the errors that manifest themselves as problems in their clients.

In the marriage of total responsibility and love, the problems are resolved, health is restored and life regenerated. This is evoked lyically by Shakespeare in Sonnet CXLVI:

“Acquire time in heaven from hours of dust,
Be nourished within, no longer seek outer riches,
So you will nourish yourself with death that feeds on men,
and death once dead, you will not succumb to it”
Discover true love and forgiveness through the ancient Hawaiian practice of Ho’oponopono.

A divided house

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A house divided against itself can not stand. This is true for nations, communities, organizations and families, as well as for individuals. In the House of Humanity, the individual is the common denominator. When the individual is divided, the house is divided.

In the game of tennis, the English point counting system is: Love (Love *), 15, 30, 40, game. The game begins with Love. In the etymology of the word, Love is neither the result nor the stake, it simply serves to bring the individual back to Love, to nothingness, to totality.

The process involves evacuating anger, fear, guilt, resentment, thought poisonous forms and toxic energies that divide the mind, the individual’s home, causing the fall into disharmony and disease.

The purpose of life is to return to Love, moment after moment. To achieve this goal, the individual must understand and accept that he is 100% responsible for the life he creates. He must realize that it is his own thoughts that create his life as it is, instant after moment. The problems do not come from people, places or situations but from thoughts related to these subjects. He must realize that there is nothing that in any way resembles an “outside”. People, places and situations exist only in the form of what he thinks.

One problem is a repetitive toxic memory, which Shakespeare describes as a “moan already moaned”. A toxic memory that repeats itself, divides the mind against itself, against Love. The updated version of Ho’oponopono is a process of repentance, forgiveness and transmutation, a request to love to empty and take the energy place of toxic memory. Love accomplishes this by circulating through the Mind, beginning with the Spiritual Mind, the Super Conscious. He then continues his journey through the intellectual Mind, the Conscious Mind, freeing him from energies of thought. Eventually, it moves into the Emotional Mind, the Subconscious, emptying the thoughts of the toxic emotions and occupying the space thus left free.

Here is a cleansing tool of the mind that everyone can use to empty the toxic energies of his thoughts: Saying mentally: “I turn on the switch in my thoughts about myself, my family, my peers and of my ancestors “. There is no limit to the use of this tool. It is a prayer made to Love, asking it to cleanse the toxic thoughts that divide your Mind, your home, about yourself, your family, your loved ones and your ancestors.

The goal of life has not changed with the arrival of the new millennium! It is and will always remain the same: To be restored to the Love moment after moment. The achievement of this goal requires absolute individual responsibility. It requires, first of all, an understanding of the real problem that divides the individual, all the rest comes after. A house divided against itself can not stand upright.

Nothing outside?

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One of the most important things I’ve discovered with I-Dentité by the Ho’oponopono® is the idea of ​​being “100% responsible”. What has this changed perspective changed in my life? All!

In practical terms, that means that until then I believed that most of the problems that appeared in my life came from outside, from people, from circumstances, and so on. And then, thanks to the practice of SITH®, I realized that every problem came from within and that the so-called “outside” was just a screen on which the “memories” were projected. For example, in the past, a conflict with my wife seemed totally to be a source of “her” attitude … This simple idea that there is nothing outside allowed me to change my point of view and say: “Memories that go up in me are generating this conflict with my wife?”

With this awareness, instead of trying to “be right”, to engage in a drama, every time I see a light flashing in my head: “Clean up! ” So I cleanse and let it pass with confidence. As a result, conflicts are becoming increasingly rare and short and they leave no traces. And it is the same in all the situations of my daily life involving “others” or “outside”. Whether it is a leaky tap or computer problems, what is called “reality” is the product of repeating memories.

The wonderful thing about technology is that I do not need to ask myself: “But why?”, “But how?”, “But what is it?”. Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len, Ph.D. often repeats Nike’s slogan: “Just Do it!”. Indeed, it is useless to understand how the heart works to stay alive. The heart works of itself perfectly well, so it remains for me to trust it. It’s the same with “cleaning”. I let go and I let it. I just need to go into “cleaning” mode using the tool that comes to mind in the moment … It’s like a washing machine … I select a wash program. I press the button and I let it.

During an IZI sponsor SITH® Basic 1, apart from the well known washing programs: “I’m sorry”, “Forgive me”, “Thank you”, “I love you”, learn more about 70 other techniques that make “cleaning” a rather playful activity.

At the beginning of my practice, I still had a tendency to think that cleansing applied to my relationship with others. In fact, thanks to this basic idea that there is nothing and nobody outside and that everything happens in me, I realized that when I say “I love you”, I do not speak to people to “outside”. I do not try to be “nice” or “spiritually evolved”, no. All I do is let the memories that lie in my subconscious free to leave and allow the Universe to transmute them. So I’m talking to them and no one else. So saying “I’m sorry” is just like pressing the “Delete” key on a computer. A problem on the screen of my conscience. Hop! I press the “I’m sorry” button continuously and the Universal Computer does the work on its own. No need to worry or wonder if it works.

The advantage of “SITH® Computer” is that all keys on the keyboard are used to erase. The “I love you” button is one of my favorites, but in the text of Ihaleakala Hew Len PH.D., “Who makes the decisions?”, The “Thank you” key, the “Solarized blue water” “, the” strawberries “key and the” blueberries “key, … There are many others, as simple, whose use is explained in detail during the courses.

Before I finish this little report about my experience, I would like to come back to this notion of “100%” responsibility. “In fact it does not mean” 100% guilt. “Nothing to see. I have to make cleaning a tedious task Cleaning is as simple and regular as breathing When you breathe you know you breathe for yourself, but the rest, assimilation, physico-chemical exchanges, no need to breathe worry or “understand” how to do, it is Life that takes care of it.

For me today, cleansing has become a daily hygiene that allows me to stay as far as possible out of judgments, expectations and any dualistic perception of things; a foretaste of the “Peace of the I” that surpasses all understanding “.

Identity of the self by the Ho’oponopono

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I recently received a wonderful note from a friend congratulating me for my 24th wedding anniversary and evoking her experience of Self Identity by Ho’oponopono, this traditional Hawaiian problem-solving art. She wrote, what has come to my mind lately is how we CHANGE over the years from the day we commit ourselves – physically mentally, emotionally and spiritually. Do the newlyweds have any idea? Personally I did not know. “She went on to tell me how much the method had been practical in her case and how grateful she was.

I was struck by his description of Ho’oponopono as a practical method. Hawaiians think our goal here is to let go and let LOVE solve our problems. We have the opportunity in every situation to accept responsibility for problems and to erase ourselves. Let’s imagine we are going through each day, ready to see every problem as an opportunity, as a chance to let go, let change happen and see where inspiration leads us.

I laughed into myself as I remembered her words, thinking of my husband and the point where life led me. I had no idea. And it seems so true that we have no idea what changes will happen in us, in our relationships, our families, our work and in the world. Hawaiians consider it not our role to know how things should unfold, it is the role of LOVE, God, the Divine, the Creator, the Goddess, whatever the name you use it for that. As they like to say, we are here only to improve ourselves.

The Identity of Self by the Ho’oponopono considers each problem not as an ordeal but as an opportunity. The problems are just memories of the past that appear to give us a new chance to see with the eyes of Love and act by inspiration. Thanks to a series of problem-solving tools, the Ho’oponopono allows everyone to assume 100% responsibility for the problem, to let go and to act by inspiration. One of the wonderful aspects of the process is that it takes only one person to apply it.

My husband and I come from a large family and we often do large family gatherings. I find it interesting to see how, over the years, these meetings have changed since I started using this method. Five years ago there always seemed to be some nervous or irritated about something, whether it was expressed or not. I often wished when this happened that they leave or they stop. With the method, I began to assume responsibility for my thoughts, for everything that happened in those meetings and for all the things I imagined would happen. For Hawaiians to be responsible means to clean each of these aspects.

Cleaning is done completely indoors. To be responsible does not consist in blaming oneself or in considering that one is at fault. It is just a willingness to recognize and respond to the memory that is emerging. In all the tools in the series of more than 60 cleaning tools available are implicitly contained the problem handling and affirmation: “I’m sorry, please forgive me.” We say “I’m sorry, please forgive me” problems. Often these have been present for generations. They resurface to give us another chance to let them go. When we say “I am sorry, forgive me”, LOVE erases memories, so that perfection may appear. We can not erase problems, only LOVE can do it. Have you ever noticed the number of times you have responded to a problem by ignorance, hope, blame, and anger without cries, ignorance or blame. It is not our role to eliminate problems: only the Divine can do it. And if a person wants to take responsibility for a problem, then inspiration can happen for everyone. is not our role to make the problems disappear: only the Divine can do it. And if a person wants to take responsibility for a problem, then inspiration can happen for everyone. is not our role to make the problems disappear: only the Divine can do it. And if a person wants to take responsibility for a problem, then inspiration can happen for everyone.

I noticed that our family reunions have changed over the years. People are more joyful, the small disappointments disappear more quickly and especially for me, I am less nervous and I look forward to seeing people leave. I notice that our children and members of our extended family laugh more, that everyone seems less stressed or worried about details and that we all seem to agree more easily. Have the others changed? Was it I who changed? Who knows? And with the Ho’oponopono process I do not even need to know. I just notice that I see my family more often with the eyes of LOVE. The members of my family have no problem … The only thing was that I could not see them as they are.

Unfortunately when a problem arises we often start thinking. We react, we reflect, we face, we react and we reflect a little more. Beyond our small problem has grown and this is chaos. Hawaiians see reflection as a repetition of memories that replay the past. We can do nothing about it. We are only where we are. The memories emerge to give us a new chance to be truly ourselves. So with every problem, we have a chance to take our responsibilities, stop thinking and start cleaning. We can ask the question “What in me has caused what is happening?” We do not need to try to find out. However,

Often, when a problem occurs and a memory is being represented, we do not realize it. And the present memory is not what we are. For Hawaiians, what we are is a very important question. We are perfect, made in the image and likeness of God, wholesome, complete and timeless. And memories are not who we are. Have you ever experienced having someone who reminds you who you really are and realize that it has nothing to do with your current behavior?

I have 15-year-old twins and they are very gifted to remind me who I am. Not long ago, when I answered irritably to one of them, he looked at me and said very gently, “Mom I do not know who is talking at the moment because it does not resemble you “. I realized that a memory was coming up and I apologized and thanked him. He had felt that the grumbling person was by no means his mother and had received the inspiration to take responsibility for expressing it.

My husband Kurt also knows very well who I am. Sometimes when we are trying to make a decision about something and there seems to be a misunderstanding, he whispers in my ear very softly: “Have you forgotten that we are on the same side? ” The only thing I can do then is smile and drop.

He reminds me that the part that argues in me is not really me. The Hawaiian Method of Self Identity by the Ho’oponopono reminds me of who I am, complete, complete, perfect, in the image and likeness of Love.

One of my favorite cleaning tools is “I Love You”. As in all the cleaning tools transmitted as part of the Ho’oponopono process, the responsibility of the problem is contained, saying “I am sorry, please forgive me” and leave Love transmute the problem. All we have to do is have the thought “I love you”. I can use this tool whenever a problem arises. I do not even need to feel: “I love you”. In fact I find it very effective when someone really irritates me. I just need to think “I love you” and Love will naturally erase the memory concerned so that what is suitable can flow naturally.

It is sometimes necessary to use the tool several times or for several days, or even for an unlimited period because there may be several stacked memories to be erased. We are full of memories of hate, death, agony, illness and these memories can be in our family, our ancestors or ourselves. We have the possibility of being released. Can you imagine what our children will look like when memories cease to be transmitted to them and they can live by inspiration? What would happen if we were able to let every problem emerge and live in the current? How would it be if we did not have to predict what must happen next, if the people we hope to see or meet call us all of a sudden and all the problems resolve without our having to do anything. Ho’oponopono’s Self Identity is a practical and very simple problem-solving method that gives us this opportunity. We are lucky to be able to be our Divine self moment by moment and to be in Peace. To experience Peace beyond comprehension.

Beyond the traditional means, Ho’oponopono

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“We can appeal to the Divinity who knows our personal pattern, to heal all the thoughts and memories that prevent us from advancing,” Morrnah Simeona confides in a soft voice. “It is a question of going beyond the traditional means of access to the knowledge of ourselves”.

The process Morrnah is talking about is based on an ancient Hawaiian method of stress reduction (letting go) and problem solving called Ho’oponopono. The word Ho’oponopono means to make right, to rectify an error. Morrnah is a Kahuna Lapa’au from Hawaii. Kahuna means “guardian of the secret” and Lapa’au means “specialist healer”. She was chosen to be Kahuna when she was still a child and received the gift of healing at the age of three. She is the daughter of a member of the court of Queen Liliuokalani, the last ruler of the Hawaiian Islands.

The process that is being transmitted is the adaptation to the modern world of an ancient spiritual ritual of purification. It has proved so effective that Morrnah has been invited to teach at the United Nations, the World Health Organization and many institutions around the world.

How does Ho’oponopono work? Morrnah explains: “We are the sum of all our experiences, which means that we are congested by our past. When we experience stress or fear in our lives, watching closely, we might realize the subconscious associates an action or a person in the present with something that has happened in the past.When this happens, emotions are activated and stress occurs. ”

She continues, “The main purpose of this process and to discover the Divinity within us. Ho’oponopono is a very profound tool that allows everyone to develop a cooperative relationship with the Godhead within himself and to learn to ask that each the errors in thoughts, words, facts and actions are cleansed. “The process is essentially about freedom, the total liberation of the past.”

The memory of all experiences, from the first moment of our creation, from time immemorial, is recorded in a thought-form and stored on the etheric plane. This incredible computer / recorder is also known as the subconscious, Unihipili, or childlike aspect within each of us. The inner child is quite real and represents a part of the Self. The other aspects are the Mother, also identified by the name of Uhane or rational mind, and the Father, superconscious or Spiritual aspect. They all form the inner family, which in collaboration with the Divine Creator constitutes the identity of Self. Every human being in creation, every plant, every atom and every molecule possesses these three aspects, but the pattern of each is totally different.

The most important task for everyone is to find his true identity and his true place in the Universe. The method provides access to this understanding.

The purpose of the Ho’oponopono is to: 1) Stay connected with the Inner Deity moment by moment 2) Ask for each memory and its contents to be purified. Only the Divinity can do it. Only the Divinity can erase or correct memories and thought forms. Since it created us, the Divinity alone knows what is happening inside us.

In this system, there is no need to analyze, solve or deal with problems. Since the Divine created us, it is enough to turn directly to Him and to ask him to correct and to clean what must be.

In the field of problem solving: the world is a reflection of what is happening inside of us. If you experience irritation or imbalance, it is within yourself that you must turn and not outside, to what seems to cause the problem. Any stress, imbalance or illness can be corrected by working only on yourself. It is important to note that this system is completely different from other forms of Ho’oponopono: In the traditional method all those involved in the problem must be physically present to solve it together. In the method of Morrnah, everything can be managed by you and the Divinity. You do not have to move one centimeter away from yourself to get the help or answers you need.

Morrnah particularly recommends Ho’oponopono to those who work in the care and healing trades: “It is important to clean up karmic ties with your clients before you start working with them, so you will not reactivate old things between you. Maybe you do not have to work at all with somebody, only the Godhead knows it.If you work with someone you should not have, you can take on your whole problem and everything associated with it. Ho’oponopono offers tools to prevent this from happening. ” Morrnah wished that in Western society, each of us could contribute to the reduction of stress. “Westerners have the greatest difficulty in keeping the intellect apart. It is very difficult for a Western mind to accede to the Higher Being because in Western churches the mode of access to the Higher Beings is not really revealed. “She continues:” The Western man went very far with his intellect, it divides and keeps people separated. Thus man becomes destructive because he manipulates and controls rather than letting the creative force of the Divine flow through him, inspiring him with righteous action. ”

Morrnah works with his associate Doctor Stanley Hew Len * who spent several years as a clinical psychologist at the Hawaii Regional Hospital. He has achieved impressive results using this method with Hawaii’s most dangerous and violent psychopathic criminals. However, he did not speak to them, he did not ask to examine them. He was content to write their names and work on himself. He cleansed his judgments, beliefs, attitudes and asked the Divinity what he could do for that person. As these ties and memories were cleaned, patients healed. “Divinity,” says Stan, “says it’s time to bring all the kids home.”

Did a Kahuna liturgy create these changes?

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I am there with my notebook and my pen, and here is Morrnah Simeona, with a grandmother’s look, in white knit and skirt of gray flannel, the daughter of one of the members of the court of Queen Liliuokalani, who was the last sovereign of the Hawaiian Islands.

Morrnah who returns from a conference at the University of Hawaii is in Philadelphia for a work seminar described as “Hawaiian Metaphysics.” She is then expected in Baltimore for a conference at Johns Hopkins University.

What exactly does she do — not as a speaker, but as Kahuna? Well, despite her English as fluid as that of a radio announcer, I find it very difficult to grasp what she tells me. For the most part, it seems to be summarized as follows.

“We tend to be haunted by our old fears, emotions, ideas and reactions, which not only contributes to the present psychological distress, but also to physical illnesses, since most diseases can be attributed to the pressures we create “. The role of a Kahuna is to help us flush out and erase the rubbish that pollutes our lives – in much the same way that we seek and erase unnecessary information in a computer.

For the moment, it does not sound too unreasonable, is it? Apparently what happens, if something really happens, is that we feel much better after a session with our Kahuna, since we expect to feel better. This is the old placebo effect, a subject on which Dr. Herbert Benson, a cardiologist at Harvard, has written extensively and is beginning to attract some respect in the medical community.

Morrnah had never heard of the placebo effect but after listening to my explanations, she replied that this is not the case to the extent that some of the people she had to do did not have high expectations. For some of them, it was just one more step in their never-ending quest for happiness and fulfillment.

The strangest thing, says Morrnah, is that this quest is inevitably abandoned after our encounters … because their problems disappear. In addition, she can help people she has never met – working through those who come to see her.

The only thing necessary, she says, is to appeal to the divine creator of our choice “through the divinity present in each person … which is truly an extension of the divine creator.”

The liturgy says:
“Divine creator, father, mother, son, indivisible … if I, my family, my parents and ancestors, have offended you, your family, your parents and ancestors, words, facts and actions from the beginning of our creation to this day, we ask for forgiveness … Clean, purify, detach, release and cut all negative memories, blockages, unwanted energies and vibrations and transmute these unwanted energies into pure light … And it’s done! “.

This invocation is called Ho’oponopono, it is compatible with all religions, says Morrnah, because “in all beliefs there is always a part of the liturgy where we ask forgiveness from those we have offended … But we are more far away: to families, parents and ancestors, because it is possible that the problem may spring from a grandfather who would have cut off someone’s head in another century. ” What we eliminate is transformed into “pure light”, she says, because otherwise, “we would pollute the atmosphere with all this waste rejected.” But in the form of pure light, there is no possible contamination “.

Morrnah says: “the computer automatically erases” the waste that has been kept since … who knows how long?

What is formidable with this system, she says, is that “it is simple, practical and infallible, that everyone can apply it, from the youngest to the oldest. that it’s so simple, but it’s really infallible – would not I have a problem myself that I’d like it to work on?

I wonder how I will succeed in writing something from this interview? People may think I’m a bit disturbed – and I can not blame them. Okay, Morrnah, I’m willing to go through with the experience. Things are not going very well with my eldest son since my divorce, and things have gone bad with my old wife. What do you think, Morrnah?

“Divine creator, father, mother, indivisible son … if I, my family, my parents and my ancestors have offended you.”

Shortly after, the interview ended, and all this episode came out of my mind. I then flew to North Carolina where lawyers were waiting for me to settle the final details of my divorce.

Jay is 22 years old. Last winter, when I had seen him again for the first time after three years, he had remained distant and told me that he could never look at me as a father, that maybe we could be friends … but not very close because that we did not have much in common.

The other night we had finished dinner at a restaurant, he and I with my youngest son, Grant. After Grant left us to go to his campus housing, Jay and I got into my rental car and we started to leave the parking lot. At that point, Jay lowered the volume of the radio and told me that his feelings about me had changed.

He said, “I know you love me,” and “I really need it. I want you to know how much I respect you and how much I admire the person you have become.”

The next day I met my ex-wife and after the lawyers left, she told me that she no longer felt any bitterness, that everything that had happened had probably happened for the better and that it had given us both a opportunity to grow.

I was immediately struck by the radical change of position that these two conversations reflected. It was really strange that they could have taken place within 24 hours.

It was not until I came back to Philadelphia, as I was rummaging through my work books that I came across the notes about my interview with Morrnah Simeona, the Kahuna.

Morrnah, would not you … have you?