Making Things Right Means Ho’oponopono


How to get over grieving … Period

Doing Ho’oponopono brings closure and lets you move on after the grieving period.
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Ho’oponopono: Making Things Right
Ho’oponopono is about moving forward with relationships. It is particularly useful for getting over heartbreak, and for letting go of guilt. Do you still pine for someone, even after years? Is it being hard to get over a loved one who broke your heart, or even an ancestor or someone who has passed on? Doing Ho’oponopono brings closure and lets you move on after the grieving period. Grief is natural and some say necessary. Self-recrimination or vengeance or depression isn’t! And certainly anger and guilt only harms you and those around you.
(I learned Huna from Tad James, who lived and studied in Hawai’i with Kahuna David Bray and other kahunas for 20 years before he was iniki’d – graduated – and allowed to teach it. I have also read extensively and have incorporated my learnings into my teachings and, of course, my life. I ask forgiveness if any of my thoughts or words do not reflect the true teachings and practice of the kahunas.)
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