Sunday, July 10, 2011


Few years ago I came across the term in one of the Sunday editions of 
Times of India and was extremely intrigued by it. Those were the
times when the net wasn't my every day companion and guide.
But as soon as it became one, I went searching for more on Ho'oponopono. 
This is essentially what I found:
“The native Hawaiian people practice something called Ho’oponopono,
which means to make right. Each evening they close their eyes and
practice the gentle art of letting go of everything from the day.
It helps to find your own center of peace by ‘letting go’ each day. 
Also, understanding that as you do this, you are making room for
new possibilities to emerge. Blessings to you as you learn that letting go
is a process for life.” 
Wow! Isn't it? 
I also found out that the words - if roughly translated into English,
mean four beautiful sentences that can be used like a prayer. 
They are: “I love you, I am sorry, Please forgive me, Thank you”.  
I think that is an amazing concept.  
Now I have a whole set of images of magnificent scenic beauty depicting 
these very words for my desktop.
Works amazing for me! 
Try it, all!

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