It is not only thoughts that constitute the “I” but also the body that is indispensable. And even a single body is supported by countless identities: fingers, hair, teeth, facial skin, hands, knees, stomach, breasts, buttocks, toes, organs, and so on.
From the time we can remember until now, we all have various dramas and memories through our bodies.
The experience of having been praised or belittled for our hair when we were little.
If you have had surgery anywhere before today, you may unknowingly make yourself feel insecure or unreliable when you think about that place.
If we have the feeling that this was a time in our lives when we were at our best, our happiest and most fulfilled, then at some point we will develop a strong attachment to the way we looked, moved, and felt at that time.
Our bodies are in the control of the Unihipili.
When the body is flooded with memories, it too is not in the present, and each identity becomes lost, losing sight of its true capacity and present role due to the memories.
By not experiencing the balance between the subconscious, conscious, and superconscious through my own cleaning of what is happening now, each body also experiences memories and loses sight of its present role.
When you look in the mirror and feel that you can no longer get the look you used to get, or when you feel that you can no longer enjoy your meals as you used to, it is a sign that your body is also in limbo. It does not know what to do now. It is the conscious mind that can bring each lost identity back to the present through cleaning.
It is not only physical. If you are experiencing inconvenience and stress in your daily life, such as not being able to engage in conversation with others these days, feeling lonely, feeling shame, losing sight of what is worthwhile, not knowing how to behave, being easily misunderstood by others, etc., then your thoughts and feelings are also lost in the past.
If you are experiencing some kind of problem with being different than you were in the past, you can clean with it as a sign that you have lost sight of what you need to do in the present moment.
Our purpose is not to live the way we want to be.
Ho’oponopono, through any experience, returns all identities to their original state, zero, pure now, as long as we do the cleaning.
By cleaning, in the present moment, through body, thought, and experience, we are letting go of all memories and regaining freedom to all connections far beyond the boundaries of who we are.