25. Ho’oponopono Practice

This ancient Hawaiian practice was used by the natives of Hawaii for healing and reconciliation in families. It employs the three powerful limbs of forgiveness, acceptance and gratitude to clear the mind of resentment, anger, rejection and separation. When performed regularly, with an attitude of sanctity, this practice can have profound effects and heal the deepest of hurts that prevent you from accepting and loving others. The method that I have found most effective is shared below: 1. Close your eyes and take three deep breaths. Bring to mind the presence of the person you wish to...

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8. Karma of Self Reliance

“Get out of my house and beg if you have to, but don’t irritate me and my wife” , shouted her son as his wife stared silently.Tears rolled down her cheeks. She knew she had to make a choice, but what was she do at 67 years of age, that too with an ailing husband? Her only son, though well off, had abandoned her, for reasons she couldn’t understand. Who was right, who was wrong, it would take her a whole lifetime to understand. But her immediate priority was to earn and survive. She also had to arrange for her husband’s ways,tment. What was she to do? She...

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32. Why You Must Forgive Parents

He could not forgive his father. No matter how hard he tried, flashes of the angry fights between his parents, and his mother’s helplessness kept his hatred alive. Changing cities helped but every time he went home, the anger returned. When he had to visit home, he usually avoided his father, and often went out with friends to prevent interactions with his dad. Childhood scars can often lead to a breakdown in our emotional circuitry. Every individual receives a flow of divine feminine and masculine energy from each of our parents. When we hold deep resentments against any one parent,...

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