Ho’oponopono

Ho’oponopono – Let The Material Stuff Go

If you let the material stuff go completely, have no attachment, feel comfortable with losing everything then whatever comes back to you will be a true gift and you will feel deserving of it. You can not lose everything. You have nothing already. These “things” are illusions within you. You have created them and you suffer already even though no decision is made.

Clean on this question “Why am I so attached to material things?” The only “thing” that matters is your relationship with God and no one can give that to you and no one can take it away. To paraphrase Abraham (Esther Hicks-Laws of Attraction): ” If you go to the beach in your mind even though you are not allowed to go there physically you will go there anyway. No one can stop you from going anywhere in your imagination. This is a double sided coin. Right now you are going to the idea of lack and loss. If you give it ALL away right now, either for real or in your imagination and feel grateful for your relationship with the Divine Creator no one will be able to take anything away. If you are in a state of feeling lack the Universe may decide to keep you there until you learn the lesson. What a gift.

Al Rodee

( Complete article linked below)

I love you, I’m sorry, Please forgive me, Thank you.

http://www.ho-oponopono.org/let-the-material-stuff-go/

I for one needed to hear this today.

4 thoughts on “Ho’oponopono

  1. herkimerlove says:

    Reblogged this on herkimerlove and commented:
    Absolutely beautiful…
    Just… let… go……………
    🙂

  2. Al Rodee says:

    Sindy, I am grateful that you appreciated my blog post and I have no problem with you or anyone else passing it along. However, as I acknowledged Abraham in the post, I would have appreciated being acknowledged for having written it. Thank you, I love you.
    If you and your readers would be interested I am holding a practical application of Ho’oponopono seminar online for free on the 28th of June from 10–11:30 Eastern. Here is a link to learn more and register if you wish: http://www.alrodee.com/hooponopono-seminar-online
    Peace of “I”,
    al

  3. I still remember the first time someone taught me about “I’m sorry, please forgive me, thank you, I love you,” and it was in that order, which is not the one that is mentioned above- still gives me chills though! I really want to get back into Hawaiian studies, I wish I had a teacher in this room with me.

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