I am sorry. Please forgive me. I love you. Thank you.

Ho’oponopono: the Hawaiian Forgiveness Ritual

Photo uploaded from Squarespace image library which I selected randomly, or perhaps, not so randomly. Wise woman Nadine emailed me shortly after I sent out this treasure trove to tell me that this is a photo of Kalalau Beach, where she held her transformational retreat under the Full Moon in March 2018!   Scroll to the bottom to view pictures of Nadine in this incredible paradise. Just WOW!

Photo uploaded from Squarespace image library which I selected randomly, or perhaps, not so randomly. Wise woman Nadine emailed me shortly after I sent out this treasure trove to tell me that this is a photo of Kalalau Beach, where she held her transformational retreat under the Full Moon in March 2018!

Scroll to the bottom to view pictures of Nadine in this incredible paradise. Just WOW!


Dear Wise Women,

The energy we shared yesterday was truly electric. My mind-body is still integrating.

During our opening meditation I received an image. I saw all of us  gathering around a fire with the full moon high in the sky. We were dressed in gowns and had long flowing hair - we were women from a different era and we were performing a full moon ceremony.  Our task was to connect to the one heart of mother earth and to raise the vibration of our community.  We were women  entrusted to hold the frequency of heart energy for our families and our community. I shared some parts of this vision with you during our meditation and invited you to welcome in our ancestors and to tap into the healing power of our circle - collectively and individually. Thank-you for doing so with such courage.

During our sharing circle, we discussed our continued experiences with the energy of January and shared how the various energies have been playing out in our lives. I shared some passages from the January forecast (which I have posted before). HERE is the link again for those of you who are interested.  Later yesterday, I received the FULL MOON UPDATE which you may also be interested in. 🌕💛

I then began to share with you my experience with Ho’oponopono and why I feel that NOW is a great time to bring this powerful Hawaiian prayer into our circle. Ho’oponopono is yet another treasure to weave into the tapestry of oneness, compassion and open-heartedness. This simple meditation flows so beautifully into the practice of Qigong and has the potential to amplify its ability to release energetic blockages.

I have known about this ritual for many years now, but only recently began to integrate it into my daily life and to receive its gifts. I look forward to exploring this ancient ritual together over the coming weeks.


 

Ho’oponopono means a return to the Divine Plan…

Ho'oponopono belongs to a system of ancient Hawaiian teaching called the 'Huna'. 'Hu' means 'knowledge', and 'na' represents 'wisdom', and the guardians of this ancient teaching are called 'kahunas' - Huna experts.

The Hawaiians call their group of islands 'The Land of Aloha’, the Land of Love. 'Aloha' contains the essence of the Huna teaching of knowledge and wisdom, and it forms the basis of Ho'oponopono. 'Aloha' means, 'I see the divine in you, and I see the divine in myself'. This carries the understanding that you and I travel a common road, and that there is only one power in the Universe, namely the energy of unconditional love, 'mana aloha' in Hawaiian.

Aloha has a single commandment: never to harm, always to help. The command to harm no one begins with not harming oneself. And thus, to love your neighbour as yourself. 'Mana aloha' is the essence of God's energy, the energy that penetrates and informs everything. The wise Hindu monks call this energy 'bhakti' , meaning 'devotion', and the Tibetan monks call it 'compassion'. By this, they did not merely have in mind an emotion, but a directly experienced energy that influences the environment and creates a new reality. Ho'oponopono is this compassion in action.

Ho'oponopono is a simple way of arriving at unity, inner peace and returning to harmony. It expresses the deep need to live once again in harmony with oneself and with humanity, nature and God. Ho'o means 'to make' and pono is translated 'right' or 'correct'. And so ho'oponopono quite simply represents to 'make rightly right'. To 'make anything rightly right' means to join oneself again with one's Higher Self and the Source of All Being - to be in one's own centre, returned to harmony, and balanced once again so that one is able to realign the environment and reshape reality.

The forgiveness ritual of Ho'oponopono is love in action. You forgive yourself and others for having inflicted any sort of hurt, or for having failed to help when needed. 'Making things rightly right' is a simple four-step procedure that helps you learn to forgive yourself unconditionally, to love, and, additionally to make things better.

 
 

I am sorry

Please forgive me

I love you

Thank you

These four sentences seem like a mantra or a magical formula, but they are rather a mediation and a prayer. They operate through time and space, beyond cause and effect, and transmit themselves directly to your Inner Family, the Higher Self, the Inner Child and your waking consciousness. After a short while you achieve inner peace and change from disharmony to harmony.

You move yourself from separation to union while you say:

I am sorry. Please forgive me. I love you. Thank you.

- Ho'oponopono: The Hawaiian forgiveness ritual as the key to your life's fulfillment, by Ulrich E. Dupree

 

The Ho’oponopono ritual can be applied to any relationship or situation in which you feel disconnected or troubled. What I most want to emphasize is the power of these four simple sentences when applied to oneself…anytime you feel regret, self judgement, blame, guilt or otherwise separated from Oneness (aka: Source, God, the Universe, Divinity, Energy, Qi, Presence)…simply pause and say to Oneness:

I am sorry. Please Forgive me. I love you. Thank you.

Lovely ladies, I thank you from the bottom of my heart for being part of our divine circle!

With love,

Patti