I am Sorry, Please Forgive me, I love you, Thankyou. Ho’oponopono

Today is 21st September, the Equinox and a time of change. It is also International Peace Day.

Many of us have been damaged by events in our lives whether it be child sexual abuse or the state stealing our children. These are things that get to our very heart and soul, the core of our being. The injustice, the unfairness, the guilt. That naturally leads to bitterness, anger, resentment and revenge. These negative feelings of ours have a huge toll on us, on our own physical and mental health and often we end up taking our feelings out on friends and family – those we love the most.

One way of helping to heal the rifts between us (and heal ourselves) is an ancient Hawaiian practice of reconciliation and forgiveness process called ho’oponopono.

To yourself and to others just say the words
I am Sorry, Please Forgive me, I love you, Thank you
and you might be surprised at the results

Please find some links below. Take the bits you find useful and not the others

ho’oponopono song and video [1]
ho’oponopono page   [2]
Link to wikipedia [3]

Links and References

[1] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ac5SGwRPv0o

[2] http://www.thereisaway.org/Ho%27oponopono_cleaning_meditation.htm

[3] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ho%CA%BBoponopono

I would love everyone to comment with ways that have helped heal them.

Have a very peaceful International Day of Peace
Love and Light
cathy
xx

cathyfox the truth will out

 

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7 Responses to I am Sorry, Please Forgive me, I love you, Thankyou. Ho’oponopono

  1. ooh, thankyou, i’ll give it a go. I was lucky enough to meet and do some work with a kahuna healer, years ago. I generally smudge, cleanse, and have to clear any building resentment, but keeping clear is better. I,m pretty eclectic in what i have used and found useful. hoping to be sharing more on healing soon :)

  2. Reblogged this on Sheva's Cross of Change Blog and commented:
    I was lucky enough to meet and do some work with a kahuna healer, years ago. I generally smudge, cleanse, and have to clear any building resentment, but keeping clear is better. I,m pretty eclectic in what i have used and found useful. hoping to be sharing more on healing soon :)

  3. ah, it doesn’t hit the spot for me, not today, and i’m a bit tired, usually i leave off the forgiveness word, one i don’t believe it is understood as self healing, two it is often shoved down our throat by counsellors, others we turn to as the first step, when there is nothing wrong at all with justified anger, its how we express it that matters imo. i find letting go an easier concept, and it took me a while to understand that and do it. but i,m sure it will for others, i,ll try and add some more to this. I prefer stronger sound, personally found this too drippy, but as i say for some it’ll be perfect. and it is a good process to begin or practise, letting go of negativity, which is often suppressed feelings, so its also good to scream, shout, cry, or whatever it takes, to let it all go, drain away, imagine it draining from the soles of your feet into ground and refill with colours and light and love…. sometimes if someone is attacking me relentlessly, i can only muster imagining them in pink light, which helps, and imagine any cords between us melting. repeating this can in time help alot, but some will keep reattaching, re attacking, so i hope any enemies get this :)

  4. this is one, a couple more on the playlist, :) this is american indian Water is healing. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T6H75gcAlXg&list=PLEA306A0D34A3F12A&index=17

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