September 24, 2014 in Prayers & Mantras, The Technique
One of the most common issues that comes up when using the 4 phrases is the reluctance of some practioners to say I’m Sorry..Please Forgive Me- saying these phrases often brings up feelings of guilt and remorse.
When asked if it was necessary to say all 4 phrases when cleaning Dr Hew Len teaches that it is to the memories that we are saying sorry, he advises to avoid over analysing the situation..don’t think too much just clean..
He says that it is up to each individual to listen to their own divinity and to act accordingly..
If saying I Love You..Thank You or even I Love You on it’s own feels right to you then follow that guidance, especially if the negative effects are affecting your overall vibration…
Try to remember that it is not yourself that you’re asking The Divine to clean..you are already perfect..!
It is the problem memory that needs to be addressed and the words I LOVE YOU are all you need in any communication with The Divine in any situation..
Said with faith and conviction these are the 3 most powerful words in the Universe..I advise you to use them often 🙂
September 16, 2014 in Ho' Philosophy Sources, Inspirational Quotes
“Bodhidharma laughed for seven days when he became enlightened — nonstop. His friends became very worried; they thought he had gone insane. They asked him, “What is the matter? Why are you laughing?”
He said, “I am laughing because now I see the whole ridiculousness of my search. I have been searching for lives together for the truth, and it has always been within me. What I was searching for was in the seeker himself. I was looking everywhere and it was within me. I was running hither and thither and there was no need to run anywhere. I could have just calmed myself down, and it was mine. It has always been mine. From the very beginning it was within me. It is my innermost being, my very being.
“The seeker is the sought — that’s why I am laughing. I cannot believe how I could remain in such a deception for so long, how I managed to be such a fool. And I am also laughing because I see all around millions of people searching in the same way — searching for bliss, for God, for truth, for nirvana — and all that they are searching and seeking and looking for can be found within themselves. There is no need to go anywhere. There is no need to do anything. Just close your eyes and look within, and the kingdom of God is yours. Hence, I cannot stop laughing.” -Buddha
September 12, 2014 in Inspirational Quotes
Need more of this attitude in the world…
September 12, 2014 in Cleaning Tools
“On the North Shore of Kauai, at the very end of the road where the Kalalau Trail starts winding its way above the steep Na Pali cliffs, there is a special place called Ke’e Lagoon. For most visitors it is just a pretty place to swim and snorkel, but the locals know that the waters there have a kind of energy that heals the body, mind and spirit. Nearby are the remains of an ancient temple, Ka Ulu O Paoa, which was used for spiritual communication, and this area was also home to the mysterious Menehune people whose magical powers would always be available to friendly humans.. When you are on Kauai it is a wonderful place to go for meditation and inner guidance…” Huna.org
Need some inner guidence try out the interactive Hawaiian Lagoon Here:
September 8, 2014 in Cleaning Tools, Ho'oponopono Articles
Looks like Dr Hew Len was right about the healing power of blueberries as this article below shows:
“The occurrence of dementia is continuing to rise and so scientists are looking for a way to prevent and treat it. One of the most natural ways of preventing dementia is blueberries according to results from a new study. This Most recent study confirms what was discovered in a study conducted in 2008, that easting Blueberries improves memory and world list recall.
The study involved 9 elderly people whose average age was 76, all recruited by study leader Dr Krikorian. They were administered a daily dose of wild Blueberry juice, the amount depending on their body weight. The average was about half a litre per day. The control group were a demographically matched and were given a placebo to drink.
Researcher Donal O’Mathuna said about the value of Blueberries that, “Because blueberries are high in antioxidants, which have beneficial health effects, they are being examined in many research projects,” adding that Blueberries are a nutritious and safe food… adding blueberries to a diet rich in fruits and vegetables is warranted.”
You can read the full article here @ Ho’oponopono Magic
September 7, 2014 in Ho'oponopono Teachers
Wise words from the Mother of Modern Ho’oponopono:
“If we can accept that we are the sum total of all past thoughts, emotions, words, deeds and actions and that our present lives and choices are colored or shaded by this memory bank of the past, then we begin to see how a process of correcting or setting aright can change our lives, our families and our society.”
Morrnah Nalamaku Simeona
September 7, 2014 in Ho'oponopono Articles, The Technique
All of us who practice Ho’oponopono will experience different levels of results. Why is this ? Why does Ho’oponopono produce tremendous results in some situations but not others. Most of us will have experienced the initial surge of success followed by more sporadic results. The article below from www.presentlove.com addresses this issue and provides in my opinion a highly plausible as to the reason why this is so-
Mastering Ho’oponopono: The missing key
“After years of studying personal development modalities, and especially practicing Ho’oponopono cleaning tools and techniques I noticed that certain people have immediate success with practice, while others would get only occasional positive results, while yet another group experienced almost no change.
Is that an issue with practitioner’s “genes”, incorrect way of practice or modality itself?
Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len reiterated the simplicity of Ho’oponopono and “just do it” approach. But is there a possibility of “incorrect” way to do it vs. “correct” way?
The “light bulb” answer emerged when I’ve researched experiences of multiple participants who practiced meditation for many years and yet grew increasingly frustrated with their lack of progress in personal lives: “I’ve mediated for 20+ years and nothing changed”, reported one. Studying multiple sources detailing such experiences and correlating it with my own observations the conclusion started to appear…”
September 6, 2014 in Mainstream Evidence
As we discussed in a previous post it is important to heal/change yourself before you can even begin to help others…This is being backed up by mainstream scientific research into the power the mind has on our health and physical well- being as this article by Jo Marchant in the New Scientist shows:
“Everything’s going to be fine.” Go on, try to convince yourself, because realism can be bad for your health. Optimists recover better from medical procedures such as coronary bypass surgery, have healthier immune systems and live longer, both in general and when suffering from conditions such as cancer, heart disease and kidney failure (Annals of Behavioral Medicine, vol 39, p 4).
It is well accepted that negative thoughts and anxiety can make us ill. Stress – the belief that we are at risk – triggers physiological pathways such as the “fight-or-flight” response, mediated by the sympathetic nervous system. These have evolved to protect us from danger, but if switched on long-term they increase the risk of conditions such as diabetes and dementia.
What researchers are now realising is that positive beliefs don’t just work by quelling stress. They have a positive effect too – feeling safe and secure, or believing things will turn out fine, seems to help the body maintain and repair itself. A recent analysis of various studies concluded that the health benefits of such positive thinking happen independently of the harm caused by negative states such as pessimism or stress, and are roughly comparable in magnitude (Psychosomatic Medicine, vol 70, p 741).
Optimism seems to reduce stress-induced inflammation and levels of stress hormones such as cortisol. It may also reduce susceptibility to disease by dampening sympathetic nervous system activity and stimulating the parasympathetic nervous system. The latter governs the so-called “rest and digest” response – the opposite of fight-or-flight.
Just as helpful as taking a rosy view of the future is having a rosy view of yourself. High “self-enhancers” – people who see themselves in a more positive light than others see them – have lower cardiovascular responses to stress and recover faster, as well as lower baseline cortisol levels (Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, vol 85, p 605).
Some people are just born optimists. But whatever your natural disposition, you can train yourself to think more positively, and it seems that the more stressed or pessimistic you are to begin with, the better it will work.
David Creswell from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and his colleagues asked students facing exams to write short essays on times when they had displayed qualities that were important to them, such as creativity or independence. The aim was to boost their sense of self-worth. Compared with a control group, students who “self-affirmed” in this way had lower levels of adrenaline and other fight-or-flight hormones in their urine on exam day (Health Psychology, vol 28, p 554). The effect was greatest in those who started off most worried about their exam results.” (Jo Marchant)
You can read the full article on the link below: