Ho’oponopono

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Ho’oponopono

  1. 1. Ho’oponopono
  2. 2.  Hooponopono is a Hawaiian word for the phrase, "making things right". Hooponopono is more than just a word or phrase; it is a process of setting things right or bringing oneself to balance.Ho’oponopono
  3. 3.  It includes fixing wrong-doings by correcting wrongs within the relationships you have and the wrongs within yourself. This ancient Hawaiian practice of reconciliation has been a saving grace for many people around the world.Ho’oponopono
  4. 4.  Some people believe that sickness is followed by anger or other misconduct. To free themselves from the pains and worries that follow such actions, many turn to Hooponopono.Ho’oponopono
  5. 5.  Usually conducted as a family, the traditional practice of Hooponopono opens with a prayer followed by an acknowledgment of the issue and the wrongdoing is discussed.  Those in the family discuss their emotions in relation to the problem being acknowledged.Ho’oponopono
  6. 6.  This step is followed by confession, repentance, and finally forgiveness. Cooperation and openness are important within the family or group in order fully work through problems and come to a place of peace and understanding.Ho’oponopono
  7. 7.  The practice of Hooponopono can also be applied to non-family settings. In fact, some places in Hawaii use Hooponopono in juvenile and adult court systems.Ho’oponopono
  8. 8.  Total responsibility is a big part of Hooponopono. This means accepting complete responsibility for each situation you encounter in life.Ho’oponopono
  9. 9.  Total responsibility includes everything you feel, see, experience, and think. With this responsibility comes the ability to take control of what and perceive and how you perceive it.  Accepting the responsibility for the ‘problems you have created, either consciously or subconsciously, and sincerely apologizing and asking for forgiveness allows for success in the practice of Hooponopono.Ho’oponopono
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