Hoponopono Forgiveness Meditation! Spiritpreneur Unblocked [Day 9 of 14] (Video)
Let’s talk about the transformative power of forgiveness. Are you ready for a shift? A sacred energy shift? This is especially for the lightworkers, changemakers, healers, coaches and speakers. That’s right! For my spiritpreneur sisters.
This Energy Shift is for YOU if: *You are a woman leader who feels blocked from her greatness, *If you are a coach, healer, speaker, writer who wants to make her mark, *If you KNOW that the biggest thing holding you back is YOU. *You can identify with the words “wounded healer.”
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4) YouTube Live Q&A Link.
Watch the Forgiveness Ritual Hoponopono Video
Forgiveness Ritual Instructions
- I love you.
- I’m sorry.
- Please forgive me.
- Thank you.
From the Sacred Bombshell Handbook of Self-Love
Forgiveness with Ho’oponopono
Ho’oponopono is the traditional Hawaiian practice of seeking forgiveness and attempting to remove ego from the process of reconciliation. The mantra, repeated to another party or as a prayer, follows different versions of: “I am sorry. Please forgive me. I love you. Thank you.”
When you’re having a hard time forgiving, remind yourself of your own follies, foibles, mistakes, and missteps. Drop the judgment and self-righteousness because none of us is perfect.
Remember why you were close to the person to begin with. Whatever your spiritual beliefs, try to see the other person as your higher power (as you understand it) sees the person and their behavior. This is true compassion. If you’re trying to forgive someone and your frame of reference becomes only the terrible things that they did, you won’t be able to move forward. Try seeing the situation from the other person’s point of view, if only for a moment. This empathetic approach may help you answer the question, “What were they thinking?” Then decide whether you can move past it or if you need to walk away.Why stay in a situation that tortures you and the other person?
When it comes to family members, you are allowed to love them from afar. When you’re ready, think of the person you want or need to forgive and begin chanting: “I’m sorry. Please forgive me. I love you. Thank you.”