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To Practice Forgiveness, Psychics Suggest Using Ho'oponopono

Ho'oponopono is the Hawaiian Prayer for Forgiveness. It has been traditionally practiced by Indigenous Hawaiian healers to heal family lines of trauma and emotional wounds. Many New Age practitioners have adapted these practices into their own use and expanded on the original teachings.

The practice of Ho'oponopono is straightforward. It is a four-step process that can be said out loud, or it can be practiced silently in our mind. The goal is to release negative feelings associated with guilt and anger and then release them while also transferring love and gratitude back to the Universe and any parties who the negative feelings or emotions are attached to that you are working on removing.

In order to experience an actual release, be clear about what you are working on by writing it out and expressing your feelings. Get it clear in your mind about what you want to exercise out. Precisely what is troubling you and how you feel about it, your role, and the role of others. Doing both parts of this is crucial because there are always two sides to one story. You don't have to agree or understand the other side, but you have to realize there is another viewpoint, even if it is from someone who is toxic and intentionally harmed you.

When working with this healing prayer, you will want to be in a quiet place with your thoughts and feelings. Think very intently about the person and event that you wish to release. You can even create a healing room inside your mind to speak with the person in mind. Picture a place that is warm and inviting that you can hold loving thoughts within. This will be your special healing room for whenever you want to practice this form of healing meditation.

The first part is to repent.

I'M SORRY.

By making this statement, you are acknowledging your role in whatever was caused harm to someone even if you are unaware of how much or how little the damage has caused. While doing this, you are acknowledging your pain and their role in this as well. When we are hurt, we sometimes hold back that energy in the form of a grudge or depression. This energy, when acknowledged, can be healed and released. The key to stating the apology is that you must believe in the apology you are making. This doesn't mean you have to be ready for complete forgiveness, but you need to make progress towards it. Think of it in the way that you are apologizing for the negative emotions trapped within this event that both parties experienced, and it may be easier for you. After all, there is pain on both sides.

The second part is to ask for forgiveness.

PLEASE FORGIVE ME.

When you ask for forgiveness, you are releasing any attachment you have towards punishing yourself for your role and releasing any harsh feelings you have towards the other person. To ask for forgiveness is an act of compassion and vulnerability. You are acknowledging that no one is perfect and that a release of negative feelings needs to be made to heal and move forward.

The third part is to give and receive gratitude.

THANK YOU.

Gratitude is the flow of the Universe and the key to abundance. All real psychics and healers understand this. Stating your appreciation moves the flow back and forth and will raise your vibration. You may even feel this as you are saying the words.

The fourth part is to give and receive love.

I LOVE YOU.

Expressing your love for the person, you are attempting to heal emotional wounds by telling them you love them. Mean it. Hear them saying it to you in return. Accept and give love, and allow it to fill you up. Imagine that love is also filling the person up.

It is essential when ending this healing ritual that you picture both of you leaving the room, so nothing is remaining. Before leaving the room, imagine clearing the room with healing energy and give thanks for the space you created.

The purpose of Ho'oponopono is to harmonize and clear wounds that haven't healed properly. It can take time, so do be patient, but you should feel a release anytime you practice it.

If you're working with psychics online that offer healing, you can ask them if they also recommend Ho'oponopono, or a forgiveness ritual. They may be working with it and not even know since it is has been adapted and altered by many in the online psychic community over the years.

Another adaptation of this practice is the writing of Ho'oponopono Haiku. It is not traditional haiku but is a modification of the practice of forgiveness in the form of imagery and poetry. If you are the creative type, you can see adding this into your journaling activities as another way of working through trapped emotions.

One might say that Ho'oponopono is the spiritual practice of taking responsibility for one's own actions and feelings and then cleansing them to release karma. Regardless, it is a profoundly sacred and healing act that comes from within the person seeking forgiveness. And when practicing it, don't forget to give gratitude to Hawaiians for their ritual and allowing us to use it to heal each other. It is the greatest gift. 

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