Ho’oponopono is a powerful, ancient Hawaiian technique for clearing your life of negativity and selfimposed limitations, taught by Dr. Hew Len. With it, you can clear the data in your subconscious, freeing you to hear the path that is waiting for you. The more you clear your unconscious of its flawed programming, the more your higher self can guide your way.
Here is part 1 the first 2 or five simple tips to help you incorporate the Ho’oponopono method.
“Hoʻoponopono” is a mental cleansing. Its translation is “to put right, or to put in order”.
Tip #1. Observe Your Feelings And Thoughts
Have you ever been overwhelmed or weighed down by a negative comment from a friend? This feeling can be triggered by a thought, another person, an event, or anything that triggers a negative association. This is the stimulus. Realize the problem is inside you, not in the other person.
It’s actually a problem that you have control over. Whatever the case, the first step is to notice that you don’t feel good. You’re angry, upset, worried, scared, lost, vacant or any other of a wide range of emotions and feelings that could be labeled as unhappy.
Especially in the early stages, these feelings often come up during your personal mirror sessions. Using Ho’oponopono during your mirror session, as the feelings come up, can give you power to train your mind to clear itself of the beliefs and patterns that lead you to feeling unhappy. Instead, you can quickly come to a place of peace and contentment.
Tip #2. Start To Clean On The Feeling
Don’t clean on the other person, or the thought, or the situation, or anything “out there.” The problem is inside. You control yourself. You are the one aware of a problem. You are the one who has to clean it. Saying “I love you”, “I’m sorry”, “Please forgive me” and “Thank you” is the way to clean.
Repeat that statement non-stop in your mind while feeling the problem as you perceive it. But don’t just stop at unwavering repetition. Open yourself to applying the concepts behind the words in your life. Remember LOVE, HUMBILITY, FORGIVENESS, and GRATITUDE.
See Part 2 and the next 3 tips in our article released tomorrow