Hawaiian Healing Words

I’m Sorry

Please forgive me

I love you

Thank You

..Possibly the only healing words you ever need to know, as its gentle, simple and loving intention erases negativity like Mr Muscle for the Soul.

Ho’Oponopono is an amazing Hawaiian Huna healing method that I came across a few years ago and then read Joe Vitale’s book, ‘Zero Limits’  on the subject, which was really inspirational. It’s such a simple thing that there’s hardly anything to it – and that’s really true. You don’t need to know much more than the words themselves and the intention behind them, but here are a few pointers of information that I have found on various websites.

Ho’Oponopono means ‘to make right’ and its acronym of SITH – (Self-Identity through Ho’Oponopono) is a way of recognising that we create everything in our lives including the errors we see in others.

Whatever we can see outside of ourselves is a reflection of our internal state for better or worse (we perceive what is within our own reality) and therefore forgiving others without condition allows us to heal ourselves at the same time.

Ancient Polynesian cultures held that prayer for others results in healing the self too and is therefore much more effective than praying for the self alone.

Thus, any criticism or argument that comes up in a relationship can be an opportunity to heal ourselves, and just by noticing what’s ‘wrong’ with the other person we heal the ‘wrong’ in us too.

Dr Len Hew who is perhaps more responsible than anyone for bringing Ho’Oponopono to the attention of the world, famously ‘cured’ an entire ward of patients with severe mental illness by reading through their medical notes and applying the Ho’Oponopono prayer to each ailment.

Ho’Oponopono is about taking full responsibility for your life experience.

In applying the healing prayer to any situation or person, you are also cleansing yourself.

As you request it, it is done!

I’m Sorry, Please Forgive Me, I Love You, Thank You

For more info on this healing technique, please go to www.hooponopono.org

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