Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Uuuuh, Just One More Thing...

There's an important distinction that some people seem to be having some trouble wrapping their heads around. I've even seen an online review of Zero Limits where the reviewer didn't get it, yet was bold enough to publish his misimpressions. And here it is: taking responsibility for everything in your life, is not the same as being at fault for everything in your life.

In Self Identity Ho'oponopono, one of the central precepts is that we take 100% responsibility for everything that appears in our lives. Now, the reviewer believed that that means that ho'oponopono proposes that the War in Iraq is the practioner's fault. But that's not the case, it's not our fault, it is just our responsibility to clean it.

In other words, we are not the "perps," instead we are the ultra-cool cops who are responsible for clearing the cases. The perps are the programs we've picked up from God only knows where, that keep replaying as the problems we perceive. But we can get rid of them. We do this by apologizing for whatever is going on in ourselves that is creating the perception of the problem and then by asking for forgiveness. And that's what Ho'oponopono is about, not fault, but taking responsibility and keeping our sides of the street clean, for the benefit of ourselves and everyone else. We're cool cops working the beat of Love!

So keep using the phrases and drinking the blue solar water!

Peace of I,


Sunday, July 12, 2009

The More You Complain The Less You Obtain

Ever notice how you just keep getting more of the stuff you complain about and less of the stuff you want? The old saying the squeaky wheel gets the grease is flat out wrong and each of us knows it, the squeaky wheel just gets more to squeak about. The complaint program is an insidious one that we really must free ourselves from or we might literally spend our lives complaining and none of our lives getting what we want. Does that sound like fun? So next time something is bugging you, just love it and make friends with it in your head and that will free you and free whatever it is you were tempted to complain about. And then you'll really be free to welcome the things you truly want into your lives.

Peace of I,


Saturday, July 4, 2009

Happy 4th of July!

Bless the country I love so much, and the beautiful world it is a part of! Let this Independance Day be a reminder to you that every day gives you an opportunity to establish your independance from the problems you perceive. Your freedom is just the cleaning tips away, so give em a go!

Peace of I!