Ho’Oponopono, Revisited

Fresh green leaves on natural background

I think it’s time for me to put this up here again.  I fell asleep saying it like a mantra last night, and will try to remember to say it again throughout the day today.  Its something I learned about during Reiki training.   It’s a traditional Hawaiian prayer of reconciliation and forgiveness.  You say it to yourself, about yourself.  Because we are all so connected, loving yourself, forgiving yourself extends to everyone, and particularly the person who is the focus of the prayer.

This link tells how a therapist in Hawaii used it to heal a whole ward of criminally insane men.  It’s actually documented. http://www.wanttoknow.info/070701imsorryiloveyoujoevitale

This is the Wiki link:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ho%CA%BBoponopono

Love and light to all.




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