Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Day 16

The last forgiveness process I want to share with you has had of talk going around about it lately. It is Ho’o Pono Pono. As with lots of methods, there are many styles. I was taught Ho’opono Pono Ke Ala by my Hawaiian sister, Mahealani Kuamo’o Henry. http://alohaspiritaunty.com/index.html

Aunty Mahealani says “Ho’opono Pono Ke Ala, is the belief system and method for “making right more right, the path.” It is the ancient knowing that you are obviously the best “you” ever, there are no duplicates, you’re It, the original YOU; the god-goddess makes no mistakes!”

This form of forgiveness might be the hardest of all, because it requires us to realize that absolutely everything has happened for our good. No matter what it looked like or felt like, there was a blessing in it somewhere, and the recognition of this blessing brings us back to our authentic selves.

Let’s look back at some of the experiences we’ve had, and realize that those experiences were sort of a cosmic push into our greater good. Allow yourself to be grateful they happened. The point of Ho’opono Pono, is to be able to do that with all our experiences! Make what was right, even more right, by claiming it as a sacred experience and accepting its blessings.

Affirm with me:

Regardless of appearance, everything in my life has been for my highest good. I accept the blessings!

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