Saturday, July 17, 2010

Testing 1, 2, 3 years

Aloha, everyone and sorry I haven't been posting as much, it's sort of hard to keep up your cleaning practices and maintain the blog without talking about them. Needless to say, there's enough information about cleaning phrases and practrices in both The Easiest Way by Mabel Katz and Zero Limits by Joe Vitale and Dr. Hew Len for you to get going with you own practice of Ho'oponopono. I felt inspired to teach you, but apparently, the simple everyday phrases and items that compose the vast bulk of the tools are somehow "copyrighted." And apparently, the principle of fair use is unknown in some quarters. So I'm sorry about all of that. Please forgive me for being away so long. I have been cleaning as much and as hard as ever.

This month actually marks my 3rd year of cleaning, and though I've seen a lot of small and unexpected miracles, I have been cleaning on only 2 primary issues for the last three years. Well one of them is sort of coming due, and I have no way of knowing how it will turn out. I've been throwing every tool in the book at it, but we'll just have to see how things turn out. There have been some powerfully favorable signs and events lately. But some equally big challenges to clean, as well. I hope, soon, to be able to tell you that three years of cleaning did the job.

There's an odd idea among some practitioners of Ho'oponopono that we don't clean for any other end but to clean. That's really a cop-out, though. We clean to get to Zero, where anything's possible. And we clean to get rid of problems. It is a problem solving technique. Now, it may be correct to detach ourselves from outcomes, but we certainly do clean to solve problems. And problems are just memories or programs that will replay until we clean them. Dr. Hew Len did not work at that hospital for three years with no aims in his cleaning. And by the way, if Dr. Hew Len could do what he did in Hawaii, which has been verified all over the place, in three years, I feel I should be able to clean at least one of my big issues (but smaller than the hospital ward) in three years time. I will let you know! I hope you are all well and and benefitting from what you've learned of Ho'oponopono. I put the White Dove of Peace at the top of this post, because one lives on my block, and I take that as a very good sign. Stay tuned!



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