Ho’oponopono

I have been drawn to a very simple version of ho’oponopono recently.

Something comes up in the outer/inner world that’s disturbing.

And I relate to it with three simple sentences:

I am sorry. Please forgive me. I love you. 

It seems I am most drawn to do this with emotions, beliefs and wounds – including a sense of being a victim, and an I and me it’s happening to.

Note: This can be done with anything that happens in the field of experience – whether it’s “out there in the world” or “in here in emotions, thoughts and sensations. It’s all part of the field of experience, happening within/as what I am. And since it is what I am, and it triggers a belief/reactivity/wound, it makes complete sense to say I am sorry, please forgive me, I love you. It comes from a recognition that it’s who (a projection, image, belief etc.) and what (that which all happens within/as) I am, and it’s a reminder that it’s who and what I am.

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