I operate my life and my relationships according to the following insights:
The physical universe is an actualization of my thoughts.
If my thoughts are cancerous, they create a cancerous physical reality.
If my thoughts are perfect, they create a physical reality brimming with LOVE.
I am 100 percent responsible for creating my physical universe the way it is.
I am 100 percent responsible for correcting the cancerous thoughts that create a diseased reality.
There is no such thing as out there. Everything exists as thoughts in my mind.
Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len
When you do Ho’oponopono, what happens is that the Divinity takes the painful thought and neutralizes or purifies it. You don’t purify the person, place, or thing. You neutralize the energy you associate with that person, place, or thing. So the first stage is the purification of that energy. Not only does that energy get neutralized; it also gets released, so there’s a brand-new slate (Zero). Buddhists call it the Void. The final step is that you allow the Divinity or Infinite to fill the void with light. To do Ho’oponopono, you don’t have to know what the problem or error is. All you have to do is notice any problem you are
experiencing physically, mentally, or emotionally. Once you notice, your responsibility is to immediately begin to clean, to say,
‘I’m sorry, Please forgive me, or Thank You, I Love you.’
named a Living Treasure of the State of Hawaii in 1983 by the Hongwanji Mission of Honolulu and the Hawaii State Legislature
Ho’oponopono is a profound gift that allows one to develop a working relationship with the Divinity or Infinite within and learn to ask that in each moment,
our errors in thought, word, deed, or action be cleansed. The process is essentially about freedom, complete freedom from the past.
Morrnah Nalamaku Simeona
Morrnah was guided to include the three parts of the self, which are the key to Self-I-Dentity-Through-Ho’oponopono (SITH). These three parts - which exist in every molecule of reality - are called the Unihipili (child/sub- conscious), the Uhane (mother/conscious), and the Aumakua (father/superconscious). When this ‘inner family’ is in alignment, a person is in rhythm with the Divinity/Infinite.
With this balance, life begins to flow.
Thus, Ho’oponopono helps restore balance in the individual first, and then in all of creation.