The Hawaian Healing technique that brought us together, Ho'oponopono is the practice of saying "I LOVE YOU, I AM SORRY, PLEASE FORGIVE ME, THANK YOU," to any person, place, illness or situation with which you have a negative charge.
This page provides more information and resources on the technique!
Our 30 Days of Ho'oponopono page offers discussions and meditations to help you to utilize the practice. The Vulnerable offers up a variety of topics to apply the technique to, including; our enemies, exes, father figures, mother figures, addictions, government, fear, self harm, infidelity and more!
What is Ho'oponopono?
Ho'oponopono is an ancient Hawaiian forgiveness practice based on the concept that whatever is going on in our outer world is a reflection of what is going on in our inner world. Native Hawaiian families would gather to remedy misunderstandings and miscommunication with one another leveraging the practice.
A modern version, known as Self I-dentity through Ho'oponopono, was developed by Morrnah Nalamaku Simeone, named a Kahuna. The psychologist Dr. Ihalekala Hew Len was inspired to train with for a number of years before her passing in 1992. It was his work with Ho'oponopono at the Hawaii State Penitentiary that made this practice famous, the details of which are outlined in a book he co-wrote about his experiences with Joe Vitale titled Zero Limits
The Devoted, Sean J. Kennedy, talks with Veota Souvannavong of Healing Minds Center about his knowledge of and experience with the practice of Ho'oponopono.
Zero Limits by Joe Vitale Audiobook
A book by Joe Vitale about the powerful forgiveness practice of Ho'oponopono and how psychologist Dr. Ihalekala Hew Len used it to heal an entire ward of clinically insane prison mates at Hawaii State Penitentiary.