I am sorry
Please forgive me
I love you.
Studying with my Master Teachers led me to incorporate Hoʻoponopono into my spiritual daily practice. Every morning and night I say these words with an open heart, clear mind, and joyful spirit. The practice helps me release and let go of anything that is not for the highest good of all. I make space for more joy, laughter, creativity, and love. I apologize to myself and the Universe for any of my actions that may have offended someone, knowingly or unknowingly. After this, I ask myself and the Universe for forgiveness and I am granted absolution. Next, I thank myself and the Universe and I end with an expression of unconditional love.
On many occasions, while in the midst of a panic attack or simply my mind felt too cluttered, I stated Ho’oponopono repeatedly to help ground myself and return to the present moment. The affirmations are powerful, enlightening and comforting to my mind, body, and spirit. I am grateful for Ho’oponopono in my life, and I find myself saying the affirmations all throughout the day. A 5-minute meditation combined with Ho’oponopono feels like an energetic reboot for my system.
If you are looking to bring calmness, harmony, and self-love into your life, researching Ho’oponopono is well worth your time and energy.
- Do you practice Ho’oponopono?
- Do you have another practice that is similar?
- How does Ho’oponopono help you in your life?
- If you do not have a practice like this, do you feel you could benefit from Ho’oponopono?
Please share your stories in the comments.
If I offended anyone for anything I did or said, I am sorry. Please forgive me for the harm I willingly and unwillingly sent you. Thank you for your consideration and forgiveness. I love you always.
Practicing Ho’oponopono is about self-discovery, going deep within ourselves to look at ourselves and we get to the cleaning, the removal of the old data, the old programming, the old paradigms, the old mindsets and all energies that are not serving our highest good.
Ho’oponopono is a tool for our journey. With a healthy, uplifting and loving practice, this allows us to return to zero point daily. In this state, we are healing, loving, growing and expanding. We are aligned with our purpose so we may serve ourselves and serve others to help them learn The Way.
I forgive myself completely
I trust myself completely
I love myself completely
I am whole. I am complete. I am.
If I have harmed anyone in any way either knowingly or unknowingly through my own confusion I ask their
forgiveness. If anyone has harmed me in anyway either knowingly or unknowingly through their own confusion I forgive them. And if there is a situation that I am not yet ready to forgive, I forgive myself for
that. For all the ways that I harm myself, negate, doubt, belittled myself, judge or be unkind to myself,
through my own confusion. I forgive myself completely.
Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len
The following playlist is an interview of Dr. Hew Len with Rita Montgomery and Dr. Rick Moss. This interview is in 9 parts.
“Data is what is running us. It is at the root of what we experience. Change that within yourself and the outer world changes. Most of the time we are using dead information.”
“The only purpose in your life and mine is the restoration of our Identity—our Mind—back to its original state of void or zero (Buddha), of purity of heart (Jesus) and of blank (Shakespeare) through nonstop cleaning.
There are tragedies in our lives because we don’t take a look at where the origin of the problem is and it’s always himself so the tragedy being in life is that we’re clueless and we repeat the same thing over and over.” —Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len