Are you tired and need a change in your life?
Day after day I felt it couldn't continue to burn myself out. I looked up at the sky and begged for silence, rest and peace.
I was fatally tired and the last straw had manifest; my partner abandoned me and moved on. Shortly after, circumstances took their toll and I collapsed..
All in all, I spent 6 months in total isolation and silence. During this time, I went through absolute mental and physical fasting. I also met twice with the other side, which was the scariest moments in my life, but allowed me to experience a deeper insight - a sense of enlightenment.
In other words, I gathered my desire and the last willpower and after 100% focus on myself and my healing:
- I walked out of bed after 2,5 months in 5 days;
- I was healed from illness in 4 months;
- I was recovered and restored my body power in 6 months;
- I was all clear and I changed my life to 180°!
Within the healing time, I had to go through all my unsolved pain and injuries from the past and worked with that at the same time in order to allow myself to naturally heal, no drugs or experiments involved.
Today I am infinitely grateful for the blessings I received and I am now, in turn, to inspired to use my gifts to help and heal others!
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Hoʻoponopono (IPA [ho.ʔo.po.no.po.no]) is a Hawaiian practice of reconciliation and forgiveness. The Hawaiian word translates into English simply as correction, with the synonyms manage or supervise, and the antonym careless. Similar forgiveness practices are performed on islands throughout the South Pacific, including Hawaii, Samoa, Tahiti and New Zealand. Traditional Hoʻoponopono is practiced by Indigenous Hawaiian healers, often within the extended family by a family member. There is also a New Age practice that goes by the same name.
"Hoʻoponopono" is defined in the Hawaiian Dictionary as:
(a) "To put to rights; to put in order or shape, correct, revise, adjust, amend, regulate, arrange, rectify, tidy up make orderly or neat, administer, superintend, supervise, manage, edit, work carefully or neatly; to make ready, as canoemen preparing to catch a wave."
Literally, hoʻo is a particle used to make an actualizing verb from the following noun. Here, it creates a verb from the noun pono, which is defined as: "...goodness, uprightness, morality, moral qualities, correct or proper procedure, excellence, well-being, prosperity, welfare, benefit, true condition or nature, duty; moral, fitting, proper, righteous, right, upright, just, virtuous, fair, beneficial, successful, in perfect order, accurate, correct, eased, relieved; should, ought, must, necessary."
Ponopono is defined as "to put to rights; to put in order or shape, correct, revise, adjust, amend, regulate, arrange, rectify, tidy up, make orderly or neat."
Hoʻoponopono corrects, restores and maintains good relationships among family members and with their gods or God by getting to the causes and sources of trouble. Usually the most senior member of the family conducts it. He or she gathers the family together. If the family is unable to work through a problem, they turn to a respected outsider.
The process begins with prayer. A statement of the problem is made, and the transgression discussed. Family members are expected to work problems through and cooperate, not "hold fast to the fault". One or more periods of silence may be taken for reflection on the entanglement of emotions and injuries. Everyone's feelings are acknowledged. Then confession, repentance and forgiveness take place. Everyone releases (kala) each other, letting go. They cut off the past (ʻoki), and together they close the event with a ceremonial feast, called pani, which often included eating limu kala or kala seaweed, symbolic of the release.
In a form used by the family of kahuna Makaweliweli of the island of Molokaʻi, the completion of hoʻoponopono is represented by giving the person forgiven a lei made from the fruit of the hala tree.
Two years ago, I heard from a therapist treating patients with mental disorders with a criminal record throughout the ward,
without even meeting them. The psychologist, researching the prisoner's medical history, looked inside himself to find out the reason for how he had caused the illness.
When I first heard this story, I thought it was an urban legend. How could someone treat another person by treating themselves? How could even the best master of self-help cure a psychopath with criminal tendencies? It was completely incomprehensible and illogical, I threw this story over my head.
I heard the story again a year later. I heard that the therapist had used a Hawaiian treatment called Ho ’oponopono. I had never heard of it, but now I couldn't remember the story. If there was any truth in this story, I had to find out more. I understood the meaning of "full responsibility" as a situation where I am responsible for what I think and do.
Being outside of that is not mine to do. I think most people see responsibility as such. We are responsible for our actions, not for anyone else - that is not the case.
The Hawaiian therapist, who healed these mentally unbalanced people, taught me a new perspective on full responsibility.
His name is Dr Ihaleakala Hew Len. Our first phone conversation probably lasted an hour. I asked him to tell me his whole story about working as a therapist. He explained that he had worked for four years at a Hawaii public hospital. The department where they held psychopaths with a criminal background was dangerous.
Psychologists left work after one month. Employees were often on sick leave or simply left work. People walked around the ward with their backs against the wall, fearing patient attacks. It had been a pleasant place to live, visit or work.
Dr Len told me he didn't see any patients. He just looked at these medical records in his office. As they became acquainted with them, he dealt with himself and the patients began to heal.
He told me that in a few months, patients who had previously had to be in chains were allowed to move around freely. Others who had previously received large amounts of medication no longer had to take it. And for those who had never talked about leaving the institution before, it was written out. I was puzzled. He added that this was not all, the employees were also happy to come to work. The constant turnover and absence from work ended. In the end, they had more staff than they needed because there were fewer patients and everyone came to work. Today, this department is closed.
Here I had to ask a million-dollar question: "What did you do within yourself that changed those people like that?"
"I just healed the part of me that had created them," he replied. I did not understand. Dr Len explained that taking full responsibility means taking responsibility for everything in your life, just because it's there - it's your responsibility.
Basically meaning that the whole world is your own creation.
Uh. It was too much to swallow. Taking responsibility for one's actions and words is something, but taking responsibility for all my actions and words in my life is something else. However, it is true that if you take full responsibility for your life, everything you see, taste, touch, or experience in any way is your responsibility because it is in your life. They wouldn't exist if they weren't part of a foreigner designed inside you. The problem is not with them, but with you, and in order to change them, you need to change.
I understand that it is difficult to understand, to accept it, and to live with it. Blaming is much easier than taking responsibility. Dr Talking to Len, I realized that healing with him and the Ho 'oponopono treatment means loving myself.
"If you want to improve your life, you have to heal your life. If you want to heal someone, even a criminal with a mental disorder, you do it by healing yourself. ”
I asked Dr How Len healed himself. What exactly did he do when he looked at patients' medical records?
"I just multiplied 'please forgive' and 'I love you,'" he explained.
That is all?
"That is all.”
It turns out that loving yourself is the best way to develop yourself, and if you do, the world around you will improve.
Here's an example of how it works: Someone sent me an email that got me crazy. In the past, I would have tried to deal with this by working with my energy centres and just trying to be sensible with the person who sent such a letter.
This time I decided to use Dr Len's method. I quietly repeated 'please forgive' and 'I love you', I didn't address anyone in particular. I was just trying to awaken love to heal within myself what had created the current situation.
An hour later, I received a new email from the same person. He apologized for his previous message. Remember that I did nothing 'externally' to apologize to me. I didn't even respond to his letter. Simply put, 'I love you', I had somehow healed something that had been created by the author of this letter.
I later attended a Ho’oponopono seminar led by Dr Len. He is now 70 years old, considered a shaman's grandfather and has withdrawn from active work.
He praised my book ‘The Attractor Factor’. He explained that as I develop myself, the vibration of my books also rises, and anyone can feel it as they read it. In short: when I develop myself, it happens to my readers as well.
What about the books that are already out there, I asked him.
"They're not anywhere," he said, amazing me again with his deep intelligence. "They're still inside you."
In short, the outside world does not really exist. It would take up a whole section of the book to explain this technique in the depth it deserves.
Suffice it to say that if you want to improve something in your life, there is only one place you can turn with that desire: within yourself. If you look there, do it with love.
Dr Hew Len was taught in the doctorate that his job was to help other people. Shortly afterwards, he was introduced to the Ho’oponopono process by Morrnah Simeona, also known as the Living Gift of Hawaii.
Morrnah taught that no matter what problem comes into our lives, we only need to look at ourselves and that, "Peace begins with me."
Ho’oponopono is a process in which we only look inside ourselves and work with evil (memories) in ourselves (in our subconscious), because once I strike a balance with Divinity, everyone will reach it; but when I am out of balance, so are everyone else.
The principle of Ho’oponopono is to work with the Divinity by repeating to him, “I love you; Excuse me, please; Please forgive me and the one within me that limits my understanding; Thank You. ”, And then let the Divinity make its own corrections that turn the bad (memories) in your subconscious back to Zero, and then from this Void, the Divinity can rise again.
Dr Len says he was trained to help people, but after a while, he realized it wouldn't work: "When I realize that the world is within me and that I can only change the world within myself."
It is necessary to change what is happening inside me (memories), which means taking 100% responsibility.
Ho’oponopono: “I love you; Excuse me, please; Please forgive me and the one within me that limits my understanding; Thank You, ”and let the Divinity do what is needed right now, without any expectations.
I have come to realize that my world exists only in me. When a "problem" comes into my life, I say, "I love you; Excuse me, please; Please forgive me and me for causing pain; Thank you."
The phrase "I love you" includes acknowledging and forgiving mistakes, and they are my responsibility.
My task is very simple: I take 100% responsibility for everything that happens inside me, and Divinity takes care of everything else.