Friday, May 30, 2008

One Way or Another

Ho'oponopono knows there is divinity in each of us. I know this, too, and that's why it's been so easy for me to accept Ho'oponopono. Ho'oponono also knows that we are either living on programs (or memories) or we're living at zero. Zero is what Ho'oponopono calls the state of clarity when our divinity is calling the shots.

Others have called it "the zone" or "the now" but it's a feeling we all know, but have been uncertain of how to continually access because we are so prone to repeated programs that express themselves as us at our worst: blaming, shaming, naming, worrying. You name it and if it doesn't make you feel good, it's a program you want to get rid of.

That's where incessant cleaning comes in. Cleaning invites and allows the divine to clean out our crap (and the crap we share with everyone) just by repeating the phrases.

I think the choice between cleaning or reacting in ultimately regrettable ways to everything is an easy one, especially with the corn chips thrown in. But to choose cleaning we are taking 100% responsibility for what goes on in our lives and discovering who and what we really are.

Peace of I,


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