I find myself often using ho’o as a test.
I wonder how my relationship to something is, and then use
I am sorry. Please forgive me. Thank you. I love you. Said with heart and repeated many times, perhaps even through the day.
If there is anything left – of lack of clarity or emotional issues – I keep doing it until I notice a deeper shift. And I may also take it to
And “something” may be another person, myself as a whole, parts of myself, someone or a situation from my past, an imagined future situation, or anything else.
This is one of the benefits of heart-centered practices in general. They tend to show us what’s left.