Radical Forgiveness & the Practice of Ho'oponopono

The practice of Ho’oponopono is a Hawaiian tradition of forgiveness by healing memories of the past in order to be aware, receptive, and loving in the present.  This timeless practice is aimed at creating a new perspective in how one interacts with his or her environment. Using the simple mantra, “I’m sorry. Please forgive me. Thank you. I love you,” creates an opening for reconciliation of old memories. Once used by the Hawaiian people to solve disputes among their community, the healing benefits of Ho’oponopono has been shared to create meaningful change in the world.

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Love Thyself

I am loved, I am loving, I am lovable forever.

Such a mantra connects to the depth of our existence. In this space of awareness, we are reminded of who we are; love in form. Let us relinquish our perceptions of the world, in favor of the true Reality. Removed are the distractions of the physical word, the confines, and limitations once envisioned. Replaced by the comfort of perfect silence, an enlightened knowing, an expansive peace. Love may be given and received, but Love comes from a space of being.

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