“Friday’s Heart Whisper: Ho-oponopono”… by Michèle (re-blogged)

A very inspirational post!

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Today’s Heart Whisper:

     Ho’Oponopono is a beautiful Hawaiian prayer recited for miraculous healing. The prayer was originally taught by Morrnah Nalamaku Simeona, a beloved healer who was designated ‘a living treasure of Hawaii’ in 1983.

     Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len, a staff psychologist at Hawaii State Hospital and a long- time student of Morrnah Simeona, practiced this prayer on patients at a high-security housing unit for the male criminally insane to miraculous results. He gained notoriety due to the strong documentation he had to back up the cases of patients who were healed. When asked how he had healed so many patients, he replied:

     “I didn’t heal them. I healed the part of myself that created them.

     Although a simple prayer, its effects are extraordinary. I use it often, and I never stop being amazed by its power to…

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5 Comments Add yours

  1. organicschat says:

    Thank you for reblogging, that’s very kind of you! 💖🦋

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    1. It was my joy! I have much to read and catch up on your beautiful blog, but I love it!!! and yes, hello from Canada 🙂

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      1. organicschat says:

        Thank you for your support!!!
        Hello! Bonjour! Hola! 💖🌺

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  2. Anita Bowden says:

    I really love this idea, Amira! So beautiful! Thank you for sharing this! I intend to make it a practice in my own life!

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    1. Thank you Anita! I am glad you enjoyed it. I felt the same way, it’s simple, it’s short, and easy to remember, and a quick measure to take on those emerging negative emotions as soon as they begin, to dissipate them, and transmute them right from the start!

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