Do You Ho’oponopono?

November 3, 2014 in Ho'oponopono Articles

Great article on the Ho’oponopono Process from Aaron Potts @ Today is That Day

‘At this point in the game, the word “Ho‘oponopono” is not nearly as well known as it will be within the next 6 to 12 months, so I am putting forth this basic description of Ho‘oponopono so that you can decide for yourself if you would like to engage in some further study.

Based on what I know, I would recommend that you DO spend more time learning about and practicing Ho‘oponopono, and if you take that advice, Dr. Joe Vitale is the man who you want to learn about it from. Dr. Vitale’s passion on this subject is amazing, and as of this date (November 7, 2006) he already has a book in the works on this very subject called Zero Limits.

The basic idea behind Ho‘oponopono stems from the meaning of the word, given to us by the Hawaiian culture. Loosely translated, Ho‘oponopono means “to set things right”, or, in more simple terms, to fix stuff!


Everyone has things that they want to have fixed, and Ho‘oponopono is not only a powerful way to fix literally everything that you can imagine, but it is so ridiculously simple to use that there is really no reason to not take advantage of this powerful technique.

The basic concept behind Ho‘oponopono is going to first require you to realize the immutable fact that your entire existence comes from within, not from outside of yourself.

John Assaraf does a great job of vocalizing this concept during part of his teachings in the movie ‘The Secret‘. John says “There is no ‘out there’ and ‘in here’”, and that is the very truth of our Universal existence.

We are all one with all things at all times. That may be tough to grasp for some, but it’s true. We are all simply extensions of “source energy”, which is the very “stuff” that the entire Universe is made out of.

So, if we are made out of this source energy – which we are, and based on Quantum Mechanics, we are all creators of our own existence (which we are), then one very simple truth rears it’s head for all to see, and it is quite undeniable…’

Read the Full Article Here: Today Is The Day (Do You Ho’oponopono?)

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