How to practice Ho’oponopono in four simple steps

Orton, Tom J.



Title: How to Practice Ho' oponopono in Four Simple Steps Dear Prisoner Archives, I would ask you again to please send me your program outline, goals, and history. I shared what was sent before with another inmate here in this 1700 man institution and won't be able to get it back. He promised he'd send you his solitary story. I was 50 years old at my conviction. I believe it may be of help to others with mental health issues to tell something about what I learned initially taking a Prisoner (illegible) free course (Kaballak?) from Cornell University's Center for Transformative Action. 127 (illegible) Taylor Hall, Ithica, NY 14852. All courses-a wide variety- are free to prisoners and may be put on the web with your authorization at OR alt-lib@cornelledu. How to Practice Ho' oponopono in Four Simple Steps Have you heard of the Hawaiian therapist who cured an entire ward of criminally insane patients, without even meeting any of them or spending a moment in the same room? It's not a joke. The therapist was Dr. Haleakala Hew Len. He reviewed each of the patients' files, and then he healed them by healing himself. The amazing result seems like a miracle, but then miracles do happen when you use Ho' oponopono, or Dr. Len's updated version called Self-Dentity through Ho' oponopono (SITH). In one of his lectures a few years ago anyone could be taught and learn to practice Ho' oponopono immediately. The results are often astounding. Do you need a miracle? What you might wish to understand is how this can possibly work. How can you heal yourself and have it heal others? How can you even heal yourself? Why wouldn't it affect anything "out-there"? The secret is there is no such thing you see, everything you hear, every person you meet, you experience in your mind. You only think it is "out-there" and you think that absolves you of responsibility. In fact it's quite the opposite: you are responsible for everything you think, and everything that comes to your attention. If you watch the news, everything you hear on the news is your responsibility. That sounds harsh, but it means that you are also able to clear it, clean it, and through forgiveness change it. These are four simple steps to this method and the order is not that important. Repentance, Forgiveness, Gratitude, and Love are the only forces at work-but these forces have amazing power. The best part of the updated version of Ho' oponopono is you can do it yourself, you don't need anyone else to be there, you don't need anyone else to hear you! You can "say" the words in your head. The power is in the feeling and in the willingness of the Universe to forgive and love. Step 1: Repentance: I'm sorry As I mentioned above, you are responsible for everything in your mind, even if it seems to be "out there". Once you realize that it is very natural to feel sorry, I know I sure do, I am so full of remorse that something in my consciousness has (illegible) that idea. This realization can be painful, and you will likely resist accepting responsibility for the "out there" kind of problems until you start to practice this method on your most obvious "in here" problems and see the results. So choose something that you know you've caused for yourself? Over-weight? Addicted to drugs, alcohol, set on some other boogy man? Do you have anger issues? Health problems? Start there and say you're sorry. That's the whole step: I'm sorry. Although I think it is more powerful if you say it more clearly: "I realize that I am responsible for the (issue) in my life and I feel terrible remorse that something in my consciousness has caused this". Step 2: Ask for Forgiveness-Please Forgive Me Don't worry about who you're asking. Just ask! Please forgive me. Say it over and over. Mean it. Remember your remorse from step 1 as you ask to be forgiven. Step 3: Gratitude-Thank You Say "Thank you"- again it doesn't really matter who or what you're thanking. Thank your body for all it does for you. Thank yourself for being the best you can be! Thank Self. Thank God. Thank the Universe. Thank whatever it was that just forgave you. Just keep saying Thank you! Step 4: Love-I Love You This can also be step 1. Say I Love You. Say it to your body, say it to your self, say it to God. Say I Love You to the air you breath, to the house that shelters you. Say I Love You to your challenges. Say it over and over. Mean it. Feel it. There is nothing as powerful as Love.

Author: Orton, Tom J.

Author Location: Utah

Date: April 23, 2016

Genre: Essay

Extent: 5 pages

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