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Ho'oponopono - Forgiveness Healing

Posted on April 24 2020

Ho'oponopono - Forgiveness Healing
The word “ho’o” means “cause” in Hawaiian, while “ponopono” means “perfection”. The term “ho’oponopono” can be translated as “correct a mistake” or “make it right”.
 
It means FORGIVENESS, reconciliation, it’s kind of like a reset button, a spiritual cleanse. It’s an ancient spiritual practice that originated in Hawaii and it’s so good for you!
 
You see, whatever you're holding on to actually has a hold on you. It’s time to let it go.
 
Forgiveness does not condone the actions we have made or what someone else has done to us but it simply releases the energy that is no longer serving us.
 
We attract into our life whatever situation is needed to grow and evolve the soul. Circumstances that feel bad happen on purpose for you to learn something from them.
 
We have to be at cause for our life and not live in effect. If you’re at cause you are in charge of your emotional state. If your living in effect, you are responding to other people’s emotional states.
 
Something bad happened to you. How are you at cause?
 
Let me be clear. I am not saying that what happened to you was your fault! Remember, it happened for you to evolve. What I’m saying is, how are you at cause for it now? When did you decide that the situation was going to control you? When did you decide that the situation or person can hold all that power? When did you decide that it was going to control the decisions you make in life from now on?
 
Victim mentality is living in effect. Blaming others for your accomplishments. Depending on others to feel good. Feeling powerless. “If only my family helped me more then I wouldn’t be in this situation.” “If that person didn’t treat me that way, I wouldn’t be so fearful.” If you wish things didn’t go the way they did, or you wait around for someone else to provide happiness then you are living in effect. You feel like there is no way out.
 
Survivor mentality is living in cause. You take responsibility for your emotions. You recognize you have limitless choices. You see opportunities and decide your outcome. You live in power. If things aren’t going as planned you take action, pivot, and try another plan. Most of all, you’re in charge of your wellbeing. No one else.
 
In the ho'oponopono meditation practice you're able to cut the emotional cord with the people that are no longer serving you. Maybe the people you still blame for something. You can also forgive yourself and let go of underlying guilt. Making it easier to live at cause and take back the power you have been missing.
 
Once you start to live your life at cause you will look at situations differently. Something unfortunate could happen and you will ask yourself. What choices did I make that could have led up to this? What do I need to learn from this? What can I do differently or better in the future? You never allow that situation to control or define your outcomes. You don’t backslide. You learn from it, evolve, and make choices. You stay at cause.

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