5 Tips to Ho’oponopono Part 2

This is the second part to our article on clearing your life with Ho’oponopono.

Ho’oponopono is a powerful, ancient Hawaiian technique for clearing your life of negativity and self imposed limitations.

A quick review of what we went over last time is…Tip #1 Observe Your Feelings And Thoughts.  Tip#2 Start To Clean On The Feeling, “I love you”, “I’m sorry”, “Please forgive me” and “Thank you” is the way to clean.

Tip #3. Let Go Of The Need, Addiction, Feeling or Attachment

When you first experience the negative feeling or thought, consciously take a step back and observe what you are feeling.  Realize that this feeling or thought is not you.  You are experiencing it but it is not you.

As you continue to clean, occasionally observe your feelings as if you are a third party.  Notice how your mood shifts and improves or declines.  Move back into your full presence and continue to clean until you become detached from the negativity and let go.  You will come to a feeling of peace and

Tip #4. Listen For Promptings To Take Inspired Action.

Dr. Hew Len once said that he cleans on a decision three times. If the answer is the same after those cleanings, he takes action on it. This means if I get an impulse to do something to resolve the perceived problem, I might clean on it three times before I actually take any action.

In this way, you ensure that the action is coming from inspiration and not memory.  Then you must quickly take action.  By doing so, you open yourself up to more inspiration.

Tip #5. Repeat as needed.

Everyone wants a shortcut to cleaning and reaching Zero.  But that very impatience needs cleaning. Wanting something right now is memory playing out, urging us to get instant gratification. It’s data. The Divine has no time and no urgency. Wanting things to unfold faster than they unfold is a wonderful opportunity to clean.

Keep cleaning because it makes you feel lighter, happier and healthier. It’s a fast-track way to remove the data in your being so that you can get closer to the Divine. It’s also easy, effortless and free.

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