HO’OPONOPONO

ORIGIN OF THE HOʼOPONOPONO TECHNIQUE
Hoʼoponopono is an ancient Hawaiian practice of forgiveness and reconciliation. Traditionally it was practiced by family members for a person who was physically ill as it was thought that guilt over errors the person had committed had made them sick. Modern researchers have found that the applications of Hoʼoponopono can have far reaching implications and can be used in any situation, problem, issue, relationship or concern, simply by using your intention and attention to use these 4 key mantras for healing of all relationships and for manifestations of abundance and prosperity in all areas of your life.
Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len was a therapist at the Hawaii State Hospital. He worked with patients who had been diagnosed as dangerous and criminally insane. When he began working there, the ward assigned, was not a good place to be. The staff including doctors quit or called in sick often. It was a high-stress environment with many staff terrified of the patients and we can say, it was just as bad for the patients as many of them were shackled or heavily sedated. As Dr. Hew Len would review a patientʼs file he would practice Hoʼoponopono repeating the key mantras over and over again and directing them not at the patients as you might have expected, but at himself as at the centre of Hoʼoponopono lies the belief that we all have a responsibility for the reality we experience. So, Dr. Hew Len believed that to heal these patients he would first have to heal himself and as he did so, incredibly, even patients he had never seen began to heal. Patients came off their medication, stopped being violent and some were even released. People began enjoying coming to work there and absenteeism and staff turnover stopped.
Dr. Hew Lenʼs story then began to circulate and as people began to practice this amazing, profound yet simple technique they began to see incredible changes take place in their lives as blockages to success, to happiness and wellbeing just seemed to disappear.
Repeat these 4 simple phrases with deep healing qualities
I Am Sorry
Please Forgive Me
Thank You
I Love You