Ho’oponopono is a spiritual practice from Hawaii in ancient times. Joe Vitale, who writes a lot of books, has a book about the practice, and about the primary most powerful teacher of it at this time.
You know how much I like good writing – and this book by Joe is definitely not it. Full of padding and filler and repetitions. So much so that I cannot remember its name, but you can no doubt google it in 10 seconds flat. So not liking the writing, I tried to ignore the work / practice. At which I have not been successful.
And while attempting to ignore it, I found one of my favorite teachers, Sr. Pat Brockman, mentioning it during the dream seminar she taught during February. Now I’m back using it again. It’s a simple practice, and works miracles. Probably best if we don’t spend a lot of time trying to figure it out, but Just Do It.
Focus on a person / situation with which you are not totally happy / are dissatisfied / or just someone you know who needs help. Keeping them in your mind, simply repeat: I am so sorry. Please forgive me. Thank you. I love you.
Just the focus and the repetition. I tend to say it in different order with different people / situations or at different times. I have no idea why. And I may say it 10 times, or more, or less. Not worrying about an outcome. Just saying those phrases until I’m finished and then letting it go.
That’s all the help I have for you on this. But I think it will be worthwhile for you to give it a try. See for yourself how it feels, and await whatever outcomes are on the way.