Hooponopono (English)

3,204 views

Published on

Published in: Education, Spiritual, Technology
0 Comments
3 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total views
3,204
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
5
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
104
Comments
0
Likes
3
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Hooponopono (English)

  1. 1. Ho’oponoponoBoo Yan JiongCounsellor, MalaysiaMy sharing after practicing few months of Ho’oponoponoLooking forward to hear from you about your experiences in practicing Ho’oponoponoFB/email: byanjiong@yahoo.comSharingCleaning TransformationPeace be with you, all my Peace.O ka Maluhia no me oe, Ku’u Maluhia a pau loa.
  2. 2. I Love YouI Am SorryPlease Forgive MeThank You
  3. 3. Contents1. About Ihaleakala Hew Len2. Ho’oponopono3. HA breathing4. Basic Principles5. Inner Light6. Transformation Process (Illustration)7. Just Do It
  4. 4. About Hew Len• When he entered the unit…(~1984):– Spent 3 years as a psychologist in a high-security psychiatric unit, Hawaii State Hospital.– Patients are those who had committed criminal acts of murder, rape, drug use, and assaultsand battery against people and property.– All seclusion rooms were occupied with violent patients.– On any given day on the unit there were several patients in metal restraints around theirankles and wrists to prevent violence against others.– Violent by patients against patients and patients against staff was a common occurrence.– Patients were not intimately involved in their care and rehabilitation.– There were no in-unit rehabilitative work activities.– Visits by families were extremely rare.– No patients were allowed off of high-security unit without written permission by thepsychiatrist and only with ankle and wrist restraints.– The stay in the unit by a typical patient ran into years, the cost being around USD$30,000 ayear then.– Staff sick leave ran extremely high on the ward.– The physical environment of the unit was drab and somewhat rundown.– The staff was composed of basically wonderful and caring people.
  5. 5. About Hew Len• Left the unit (~1987) :– Seclusion rooms were no longer in use.– Wrist and ankle restraints were no longer in use.– Violent acts were extremely rare, usually involving new patients.– Patients were responsible for their own care, including arranging residential,work, etc.– Off-unit recreational activities such as sports were ongoing, not requiringapproval by a psychiatrist or the use of ankle and wrist restraints.– Off-unit work activities were begun, include baking cookies and polishingshoes.– Visits in the unit by family were taking place.– Staff sick leave was not a chronic problem.– The turnaround time for patients from admission to leaving the hospital wasgreatly reduced to months instead of years.– The quality of life for both patients and staff shifted dramatically from beingcustodial to one of family, people caring for one another.
  6. 6. Cleaning helps reduce the mortgage onyour soul.~Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len
  7. 7. You don’t say “Please forgive me” to theDivine because the divine needs tohear it; you say it because you need tohear it.~Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len
  8. 8. It’s not your fault but it is yourresponsibility.~Dr. Joe Vitale
  9. 9. Ho’oponoponoHoo’ponopono1. I Love You2. Thank You3. Blue Solar Water4. Strawberry and Blue Berry
  10. 10. HA Breathing• HA Breathing1. Inhale, 7 beats2. Hold, 7 beats3. Exhale, 7 beats4. Hole, 7 beats– Repeat 7 times*Can perform HA breathing before and aftercleaning process(HA breathing itself is a cleaning tool too)
  11. 11. The purpose of life is to be restored back to Love, moment tomoment.To fulfil this purpose, the individual must acknowledge that heis 100% responsible for creating his life the way it is. Hemust come to see that it is his thoughts that create his lifethe way it is moment to moment.The problems are not people, places, and situations but ratherthe thoughts of them.He must come to appreciate that there is no such thing as“out there.“~Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len
  12. 12. Basic Principles1. You don’t have a clue what is going on.2. You don’t have control over everything.3. You can heal whatever comes your way.4. You are 100% responsible for all yourexperience.5. Your ticket to zero limits is saying the phrase“I love you.”6. Inspiration is more important than intention.
  13. 13. Light in Within• Light in Within– The analogy of a torchlightOriginal StateWhen the intellectualthinking, blaming,prediction, etc arise,they BLOCK the LightBack to the OriginalStateCleaning
  14. 14. Light in Within• The Light in within– After cleaning, the Light become coherent andpowerful.After CleaningLight
  15. 15. Who looks outside, dreams;Who looks inside, awakes.~Carl Jung
  16. 16. Cleaning Processes• Void – the foundation of Self I-Dentity, of Mind,of the cosmos.VoidVOID
  17. 17. Cleaning Processes• The four ‘components’ of Self I-Dentity (for easierexplanation)Devine IntelligenceSuperconscious Mind(Aumakua)Conscious Mind(Uhane)Subconscious Mind(Unihipili)Self I-DentitySelf I-Dentity
  18. 18. Cleaning Processes• Void – It is the precursor state to the infusion ofInspirations from Divine Intelligence into the SubconsciousMind.Infinite Devine IntelligenceSuperconscious Mind(Aumakua)Conscious Mind(Uhane)Subconscious Mind(Unihipili)VoidState of Void
  19. 19. Cleaning Processes• Self I-Dentity operates by either ‘Inspiration’ or ‘Memory’.Usually, we operate in the ‘memory state’ instead of the‘inspiration state’.State of Inspiration State of Replaying MemoryMmemory
  20. 20. Cleaning Processes• 2 functions of the Conscious Mind:1. Keep replaying the memories, and continue the blaming and thinking processes2. Initiates the Ho’oponopono process (repentance and forgiveness) to neutralized thedesignated memories. Eventually, the neutralized energies are then released into storage,leaving a Void. (Illustrated)Ho’oponopono Process①Conscious Mind initiates the Ho’oponopono problem solving process, apetition to Divine Intelligence to transmute memories to Void. Thepetition moves down from the Conscious Mind into the SubconsciousMind.M①②③ ④⑤⑥M①M②③M④⑤⑥ M⑥
  21. 21. Cleaning Processes②The down flow of the petition into the Subconscious Mind gently stirs memories fortransmutation. The petition then moves up to the Superconscious Mind from theSubconscious Mind.③The Superconscious Mind reviews the petition, making changes as appropriate.Because it is always in tune with Divine Intelligence. The petition is then sent up toDivine Intelligence for final review and consideration.M①②③ ④⑤⑥M①M②③M④⑤⑥ M⑥• 2 functions of the Conscious Mind:1. Keep replaying the memories, and continue the blaming and thinking processes2. Initiates the Ho’oponopono process (repentance and forgiveness) to neutralized thedesignated memories. Eventually, the neutralized energies are then released into storage,leaving a Void. (Illustrated)Ho’oponopono Process
  22. 22. Cleaning Processes④After reviewing the petition sent up by Superconscious Mind, Divine Intelligencesends transmuting energy down into the Superconscious Mind.⑤The transmuting energy reach the conscious mind.⑥The transmuting energy then flows further down into the Subconscious Mind.M①②③ ④⑤⑥M①M②③M④⑤⑥ M⑥• 2 functions of the Conscious Mind:1. Keep replaying the memories, and continue the blaming and thinking processes2. Initiates the Ho’oponopono process (repentance and forgiveness) to neutralized thedesignated memories. Eventually, the neutralized energies are then released into storage,leaving a Void. (Illustrated)Ho’oponopono Process
  23. 23. Cleaning Processes⑥The transmuting energy first neutralizes designated memories. Theneutralized energies are then released into storage, leaving a Void.The void state is also the Inspiration state.M①②③ ④⑤⑥M①M②③M④⑤⑥ M⑥• 2 functions of the Conscious Mind:1. Keep replaying the memories, and continue the blaming and thinking processes2. Initiates the Ho’oponopono process (repentance and forgiveness) to neutralized thedesignated memories. Eventually, the neutralized energies are then released into storage,leaving a Void. (Illustrated)Ho’oponopono Process
  24. 24. Cleaning ProcessesClean, erase, erase and find your own Shangri-la. Where?Within yourself.~Morrnah Nalamaku Simeona, Kahuna Lapa’auM①②③ ④⑤⑥M①M②③M④⑤⑥ M⑥• 2 functions of the Conscious Mind:1. Keep replaying the memories, and continue the blaming and thinking processes2. Initiates the Ho’oponopono process (repentance and forgiveness) to neutralized thedesignated memories. Eventually, the neutralized energies are then released into storage,leaving a Void. (Illustrated)Ho’oponopono Process
  25. 25. Just Do It• Let the Divine do their job.You just need to clean, erase and erase.Clean, and clean…• Look inside, but not outside…Clean, and clean…
  26. 26. Just Do It• Problems cannot be solved through thinking!Contemplating, thinking, judging, analyzing, etcare intellectual processes, and it will not work!We just need to clean, and clean…Erase, and keep purifying…• If you are thinking right now, you are NOTcleaning…You just need to clean…Just erase, and keep purifying…
  27. 27. Practice Time• Memories?1. Divine creator, father, mother, son as one… If I, myfamily, relatives, and ancestors have offended you,your family, relatives, and ancestors in thoughts,words, deeds, and actions from the beginning of ourcreation to the present, we ask your forgiveness… Letthis cleanse, purify, release, cut all the negativememories, blocks, energies, and vibrations, andtransmute these unwanted energies to pure light…And it is done.2. I LOVE you, I am SORRY, Please FORGIVE me, THANKyou.
  28. 28. I wish you peace beyond all understanding.O Ka Maluhia no me oe.Peace be with you,Sharing from:Boo Yan JiongFor more information, please go to:Chinese Website:http://hooponopono-asia.org/twEnglish Website:http://self-i-dentity-through-hooponopono.com*If there are any mistakes in the slides, feel free to feedback (byanjiong@yahoo.com). Thanks.
  29. 29. Q&A• Is it true that you can feel the unipily?– I do not want to feel any other unipily, I want toback to zero.• I don’t understand it either, but I just do it.

×