A forgiveness ritual
Ho’oponopono is an ancient, traditional method of conflict resolution. For the solution of disputes and disturbance potentials of all kinds inside and out, which belongs to the ancient teachings of Hawaii, the so-called Huna (the Kahuna sciences).
The physical world is the manifestation of thoughts. When thoughts are harmful, they create a harmful physical reality. When thoughts are perfect, they create a physical reality that is like love. Each of us has full (100%) responsibility for creating our material world.
Likewise, each of us has full responsibility for transforming and neutralizing harmful thoughts that create a conflicted reality. By taking full responsibility, one cleanses oneself and everyone involved through debt relief, forgiveness, forgiveness and self-forgiveness.
With everything we think and feel, touch and see, we create subtle energy cords and permanent energetic connections. This goes back to ancestral programs and childhood trauma, stored emotions, destructive patterns, etc.
These connections act like double antennas. They act as both sender and receiver. The corresponding energies are stored in the subconscious. This leads to the fact that, due to vibrations and resonances, corresponding events are constantly repeated and we meet again.
With Ho’oponopono these attachments and connections to people, events in the past, places and objects etc. can be removed. When the inner resonance is healed, there is relief and peace on the outside.
Anyone can use Ho’oponopono at home at any time. It works like a powerful mantra that, through projection of the mind, liberates the mind that is trapped in material dualities and directs it to the divine in the heart.
A prayer of forgiveness
I’m so sorry.
Please forgive me.
I love you.
1983 Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len was asked by an acquaintance to work in the mental health department of Kaneohe State Prison, Hawaii, where over thirty mentally ill prisoners were held. There was a shortage of staff, and there was a reason for that, because the institution and the work there were generally referred to as “Hell”. The majority of the employees were ill, unfit for duty or quit as soon as possible after being hired. Dr. Ihalaekala Hew Len agreed to work there, on condition that he could use a method he had learned. He was allowed to do so, but he was only allowed to read the prisoners’ medical reports and not have any conversations with the inmates.
What did Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len?
In the following four years he read the prisoners’ reports several times a day and asked himself: “What is there in me in the dark, in the negative, in violence and ugliness that there is something like this in my world? What is my part in that my brother did something like that in his mind? ”Whenever he found something of it in himself, in his heart (violence, aggression, hatred, revenge, jealousy, envy – the whole range of human abysses ) he made a Ho`oponopono according to the Hawaiian tradition and summarized it with the following sentences: I am sorry. Please forgive me. I love you. Thank you.
Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len worked solely on purifying his heart and consciousness, and after doing a ho`oponopono for a year and a half, the mood and atmosphere in the prison hospital changed. After eighteen months, none of the prisoners were handcuffed, the staff, guards, and therapists were happy to come on duty, and the sick leave of the staff decreased. Therapeutic discussions with the prisoners were now possible, and after four years all but two inmates were cured.
Did Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len now healed someone?
Those affected may say. “Yes”. Dr. However, Ihaleakala Hew Len stated in an interview that he was only working on his own purification and erasure of information in his subconscious. He did not speak of healing, but emphasized that the solution to the conflict in question had come about because he had taken 100% responsibility for the presence of the prisoners in his life.