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Sunday, April 17, 2011

Ho'oponopono Forgiveness Technique: By Sabrina Reber



Forgiveness is an important lesson in soul advancement. But TRUE forgiveness, which is energetic in it's nature, is a process. All emotional energies must be acknowledged, fully felt and released from our energy fields before we can actually step into true forgiveness. Aside from meditation, the Hawaiian Ho'oponopono Method of forgiveness is one of my favorite spiritual tools. It helps us accept responsibility, for our part of the negative experience, which helps us move into a state of compassion. COMPASSION is the neutralizing emotion that brings true forgiveness to the surface. When I do Ho'oponopono I state the Mantra AND I use EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) on my high heart or thymus. It is the high heart where all negative emotions are released from our chakra system. Many pictures of Jesus show him pointing to this sacred area. When emotional energy is released from our high heart we will feel it as a vibration running through our body and up to our high heart being released. The sensations range anywhere from a slight heart flutter to a heart orgasm....oftentimes bringing tears to the eyes. Depending on how sensitive you are and how much emotional energy is being released will determine the level of sensation you will experience. 

Hooponopono Technique:

~ Find a quite place. 
~ Think of the situation that needs to be healed.
~ Say a prayer stating what you want to occur.
~ Begin to tap on your thymus gland (below the throat, above the heart)
~ State the mantra:  
   "I love you. I am sorry. Please forgive me. Thank you for the Lesson. We are free."



This image of Jesus shows us a heart wrapped in painful thorns (negative emotional energy) but above the heart is the high heart. By accessing compassion in our being the transmutation of the thorns occurs and is released through the flames of divine love and grace. The cross in the center of the flame is where you want to tap for salvation.

8 comments:

  1. This is perfect Guidance! Thank you so much! I've been working with the Ho'oponopono prayer for a while now. The "thank for for the lesson" line is new for me. As is the tapping part. I 100% believe in this process and the axis of Truth upon which it stands. Before employing the Ho'oponopono prayer I felt powerless confronted with pain, turmoil, suffering, injustice, etc. Now I feel I am dissolving the very (energetic) framework of these illusions...a powerful force for bringing Light where there is darkness. Blessed BE!

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  2. Thank you for the posting of the beautiful prayer. I am really sorry to say that I'm having a hard time with Jesus images. I was born Jewish and altho I'm Wiccan, he does not have anything to do with my spirituality. I am really sorry if I offend anyone, but it's just how I feel. It sort of put a damper on the poem for me because of the pic. I'm very visual. Sorry.

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  3. That's ok.....take the poem and leave the image behind. :)

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  4. This is a beautiful message. Thank you for sharing. Tamara :)

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  5. I do practice an almost identical technique that i've learned from Lee Jampolsky's book "Walking Thru Walls", & also like #achickfilmmaker, i can do without the Jesus picture, but i do understand the sentiment. Bless up.

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  6. the picture of Jesus is as a picture of your Self

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    1. There's a chant that means, I honor the divinity that resides within me. God is within us...is that what you mean? We all hope and pray to the same God no matter what our religion. There is only one.

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  7. How long do we chant this mantra for?

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