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Ho’oponopono Meditation: A Way to Healing and Forgiveness

Ho'oponopono Meditation: A Way to Healing and Forgiveness
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Ho’oponopono..

Pronounced “hoh OH pohno pohno,” it is the ancient Hawaiian system of healing, problem solving and transformation.

If you’ve been carrying around guilt, blame, regret, anger or shame… perhaps practising Ho’oponopono for forgiveness, is just what your mind, body and spirit need.

In Hawaiian the word means “to make right or to rectify an error.” This may not necessarily be something literal that you have done. An “error” can also be a memory (or memories) of emotions, words, situations and behaviours that replay in your subconscious mind and feed your limiting beliefs.

By practising Ho’oponopono, we are able to open our subconscious minds to cleanse, release and heal the painful memories. In many cases, to also forgive ourselves and others.

By using four distinct, direct and cleansing phrases you can release pain and suffering, heal past hurts and clear erroneous subconscious beliefs holding you back from true happiness.

To Practice:

Sit or lay down comfortably, ensuring your spine is straight to protect your nervous system and open your airways.

Begin to focus on your breathing, simply observing the breath moving in and out of your body. Focus on breathing deep into your belly to increase oxygen intake, nourish your cells and organs with vital nutrients, pump lymph flow, and feed your brain. Try to exhale for the same count as you inhale.

After a few minutes of regulating your breath and quietening your mind, bring to consciousness a person, a belief, a memory, a hurt that continues to stay with you and prevent your personal growth, and consider this for a few moments.

If emotions threaten to erupt, allow them to – release the negative feelings and pain – and continue to breathe deeply and evenly for the same count in and out.

Begin to say the four phrases below in order. You may say them aloud or mentally…

I am sorry.

Please forgive me.

Thank you.

I love you.

Continue to slowly and purposefully repeat these phrases aloud or in your mind, breathing deeply into your stomach and exhaling for the same count as you inhale.

Allow any emotions or physical sensations to be experienced. When you allow yourself to go with the flow, your emotions and sensations will feel acknowledged and heard, and no longer have any power or fear over you.

Breathe deeply.

Repeat your Ho’Oponopono forgiveness phrases.

Heal, release and transform your subconscious mind to be open, positive and free.

Heal your heart and transform your mind…

Love

Viki  xo

 

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