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Mastering Ho'Oponopono - A Guide for Everyday Living and creating Happiness Thoughts.


One word - Ho'Oponopono, the best start to the day.


Many use it to address conflict with others; I use it as a reminder. A daily reminder that I've been extremely cruel to myself in the past, but not anymore.


Forgiveness for yourself and others is an easy theory to understand, but sometimes it takes practice. But my advice, stick with it because this one word has made all the difference in how I've learned to love myself again


Ho'Oponopono is an ancient Hawaiian practice that has gained popularity in recent years as a powerful tool for personal growth and healing. This guide will introduce you to the basics of Ho'Oponopono and provide tips for mastering this practice to transform your life.


Wendy Byard map of the world and happiness thoughts

Each morning, that sentence, written on a world map on my bedroom wall, reminds me that I am loved .... by me.

Understanding the Basics of Ho'Oponopono.

Ho'Oponopono is a Hawaiian practice that focuses on forgiveness, reconciliation, and healing. It is based on the belief that everything in the world is connected, and that we are all responsible for each other's well-being. The practice involves four key phrases: "I'm sorry," "Please forgive me," "Thank you," and "I love you." By repeating these phrases, practitioners seek to release negative emotions and heal relationships with themselves and others.


Practicing Self-Forgiveness and Acceptance.

One of the key aspects of Ho'Oponopono is self-forgiveness and acceptance. Many of us carry around guilt and shame from past mistakes or experiences, which can hold us back from living our best lives. By practicing Ho'Oponopono, we can release these negative emotions and learn to accept ourselves for who we are. This can lead to greater self-confidence, self-love, and overall well-being.


Clearing Negative Emotions and Beliefs to create Happiness Thoughts

Ho'Oponopono is a powerful tool for clearing negative emotions and beliefs that may be holding you back. By taking responsibility for your own thoughts and actions, you can begin to release any negative energy that may be blocking your path to success and happiness. Through the practice of Ho'Oponopono, you can learn to let go of anger, resentment, and fear, and replace them with love, forgiveness, and gratitude. This can lead to a more positive outlook on life and a greater sense of inner peace.


Cultivating Gratitude and Love.

One of the key principles of Ho'Oponopono is cultivating gratitude and love. By focusing on what you are grateful for and expressing love towards yourself and others, you can shift your mindset towards positivity and abundance. This can be done through daily affirmations, journaling, or simply taking a few moments each day to reflect on what you are thankful for. As you cultivate gratitude and love, you will begin to attract more positive experiences and relationships into your life.


Integrating Ho'Oponopono into Your Daily Life.

Integrating Ho'Oponopono into your daily life can be a powerful way to transform your mindset and improve your overall well-being. One way to do this is to start your day with a gratitude practice, such as writing down three things you are thankful for each morning. Throughout the day, you can also use Ho'Oponopono affirmations, such as "I love you, I'm sorry, please forgive me, thank you," to cultivate a sense of love and forgiveness towards yourself and others. By making these practices a regular part of your routine, you can begin to see positive changes in your life.


"I am sorry; please forgive me, I thank you, and I love you."

So how do I use the phrase? Each morning I wake and remember the abuse I put my body through - diets, self-loathing, body hate, not good enoughness. Each morning I apologise to myself for doing and thinking what I did, and I mean it..... it feels so good.


So, if you're feeling bad about yourself but want to enjoy happiness thoughts rather than unhappy ones, the first step may be to try using Ho'Oponopono. You can also download my free book, Three Steps to Love You.








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