The indigenous wisdom of shamanism – in particular the Hawaiian process of Ho’oponopono – has proven to be an especially powerful tool. Ho’oponopono means “to make perfect.” It is an ancient Hawaiian practice of forgiveness and reconciliation traditionally performed by a kahuna lapa’au, a Hawaiian Huna priest, but anyone can perform the modern variation outlined below.
I’m sorry. Please forgive me. Thank you. I love you.
These four sentences can override and stop the compulsive flow of unwanted or negative thoughts and, according to the Hawaiian Huna teaching, clear away even old negative memories and programming.
This method is highly effective and practical because it is simple and can be done anywhere at anytime.
People can easily use these sentences whenever they catch themselves brooding or thinking incessantly about something negative.
The process of Ho’oponopono could bring about positive synchronicities: beneficial coincidences that seem to arise everywhere.