Cleaning with the client is cleaning oneself.

I learned bodywork using Ho’oponopono from Morrnah Nalamaku Simeona, the founder of SITH Ho’oponopono. It’s not just about giving a massage; it’s about treating the body with the principles of Ho’oponopono at its foundation. Now, I conduct this absentee bodywork for clients from all around the world.

When I perform the absentee bodywork, I receive the client’s address, name, date of birth, and other information to clean with them. If, for example, they’re troubled by shoulder pain, I clean with the fact “that this person is troubled by shoulder pain” through myself.

This absentee bodywork can be seen as an opportunity to clean with myself. Most clients, after the bodywork, often feel the desire to improve their current state or condition, hope for another client to feel better, or worry about whether they’ve improved. These feelings are all due to the replay of memories. In Ho’oponopono, you introspect on what’s within you. I, too, when consulted by clients, reflect on what memories of mine might be causing them such experiences and clean with them.

To clean with oneself. By doing so, the memories deleted within oneself are naturally deleted within the other, freeing both from the shackles of these memories. Hence, I ensure that I don’t impose my memories on the client or take on theirs. When I do bodywork, if the desire to help the other arises, I immediately clean with that, and at the end, I ask myself, “Have I sufficiently cleaned with myself?” If the answer is “I have finished cleaning”, the bodywork is considered complete.

Everything that appears around us is what should be cleaned, shown by Unihipili. Those who come to me present themselves as opportunities for me to clean. Therefore, when my cleaning is done, that signals the end of the bodywork session.

In Ho’oponopono, you always look closely at yourself and clean with the emotions, judgments, and thoughts you hold. While you might feel the problem is outside you, the memories are within, and we can clean and let go of them.

KAMAILELAULI’I RAFAELOVICH (a.k.a. KR), the first disciple of the late Morrnah Simeona, founder of SITH Ho’oponopono. She has been cleaning for over 50 years and holds an MBA (Master of Business Administration) and MAT (Massage Therapist License) certifications. In addition to her real estate business in Hawaii, she also does Ho’oponopono consulting, bodywork, land cleaning, and lectures throughout the country. She is the author of many Ho’oponopono books. Please check the books from here

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