New York Times contributor Deborah King interviews Morrnah Simeona & Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len about their Ho’oponopono philosophy and work:
“We can appeal to Divinity who knows our personal blueprint, for healing of all thoughts and memories that are holding us back at this time,” softly shares Morrnah Simeona. “It is a matter of going beyond traditional means of accessing knowledge about ourselves.”
The process that Morrnah refers to is based on the ancient Hawaiian method of stress reduction (release) and problem solving called Ho’oponopono. The word Ho’oponopono means to make right, to rectify an error. Morrnah is a native Hawaiian Kahuna Lapa’au. Kahuna means “keeper of the secret” and Lapa’au means “a specialist in healing.” She was chosen to be a kahuna while still a small child and received her gift of healing at the age of three. She is the daughter of a member of the court of Queen Liliuokalani, the last sovereign of the Hawaiian Islands. The process that is now brought forth is a modernization of an ancient spiritual cleansing ritual. It has proven so effective that she has been invited to teach this method at the United Nations, the World Health Organization and at institutions of healing throughout the world.
How does Ho’oponopono work? Morrnah explains, “We are the sum total of our experiences, which is to say that we are burdened by our pasts. When we experience stress or fear in our lives, if we would look carefully, we would find that the cause is actually a memory. It is the emotions which are tied to these memories which affect us now. The subconscious associates an action or person in the present with something that happened in the past. When this occurs, emotions are activated and stress is produced.”
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