Let"s answer today"s question.
How to use Ho"oponopono?
All right, this is the most crucial part. Most people do not know when or to whom they should say the mantra to.
When you say this mantra, don"t say it to yourself or to other people. Say it to the divine. Yes, you hear it right.
After all, the basic concept of this method is to hand over the â€œproblemsâ€ to the divine and let the divine to take care of it.
When should I use ho"oponopono?
Let me ask you, when do you use the phrase, â€œoh my god!â€ Usually, we say â€œOh my god!â€ when we see something pitiful, pathetic, shocking, exciting â€¦ such as:
â€œOh my god, I"m getting fatterâ€
â€œOh my god, nobody cares for this poor catâ€
â€œOh my god, what"s behind the door?â€
â€œOh my god, I"m sick again.â€
â€œOh my god, I forgot to bring my purseâ€
â€œOh my god, I"m late!â€
Here"s a simple way of when you should use the ho"oponopono mantra.
Replace the â€œOh my godâ€ with the mantra! Simple enough, huh.
Let"s say you are putting on some extra weight, which is something you don"t want.
So, what you can do with this technique is to say â€œI"m sorryâ€ to your body if you have caused it a lot of problem, say â€œplease forgive meâ€ and ask for the forgiveness for what you have done to your body, say, â€œthank youâ€ for being given this body that takes good care of you and finally, say â€œI love youâ€ meanwhile, expressing love to your body.
Say it out politely and gently as if you are talking to a child.
Bear in mind that you can use this technique on literally any area of your life.
Before I end this post, I would like to share a song with you. This song was sung by a friend of mine that has a quality of ho"oponono. The title of this song is Mahal Maquita which means Peace and Tranquility.
You can listen to it here
I"m sure you"ll like it.
I"m sorry, please forgive me, thank you and I love you all folks.