Ancient Hawaiian practice of reconciliation and
forgiveness. I practice it often: writing down one
of my children’s name or saying it out loud and
then praying: I am sorry, please forgive me, I love
you, thank you. I repeat it for at least 10-15 minutes
for that person. I pray it before I go on auto trip –
touching my car. I have prayed it in an airplane
when there has been turbulence.
It corrects, restores and maintains good
relationships among family members and their God
by getting to the causes and sources of trouble.
There was a Hawaiian psychiatrist that performed
this with inmates in prison for murder. The ones
he performed this on were released from prison
because they became good citizens.
Ho’oponopono in 4 simple steps
- Repentance – I AM SORRY
- Ask forgiveness – PLEASE FORGIVE ME
- Gratitude – THANK YOU
- Love – I LOVE YOU
I have used Ho’oponopono for years plus I meditate and
Pray also. I use all the tools I have in my Tool Box.
Deepen YOUR understanding of how the universe and especially
YOUR part of the universe
It is not always easy and can be very stressful on each of us
Individually but accept that we are the sum total of all past
thoughts, emotions, words, deeds and actions and that our
present lives and choices are colored or shaded by this memory
bank of the past, then we begin to ssee how a process of
correcting or setting aright can change our lives, our families and
The above is from Momah Nalamaku Simeona that founded the
Foundation of I, Inc.