Do you have any fears that you will end up like this, unsatisfied, without enjoying life?
What if we are heading toward the end of our lives without waking up in bed in the morning full of enjoyment and gratitude?
How often do we expect what has not yet happened, want what is not yet, and fear what is not yet?

Ho’oponopono is a problem-solving method, but it is a process of reclaiming and living our self-identity (our true self).
Whatever the problem, when we find it in society or in ourselves, it is because we are out of touch with our true selves.
The very thought that you want this kind of life and it is not happening proves that you are not living your true self.

“I” am zero, empty, free, and peaceful.
Therefore, I have always, at all times, cleaned all events that cause me to experience limitation.

For example, through “taxes,” “payment statements,” etc., I clean every time I feel stress. Paying money itself is not the problem. We feel stress and fear because the memories that originally existed within us are being replayed through the experience.
Also, age, gender, role, etc. are also factors. There is nothing inherently wrong with being a parent, a daughter, unmarried, having a spouse, being the eldest, being an only child, having many siblings, and so on. However, through these roles and circumstances, we are NOW experiencing the replay of all kinds of memories that have been stored since the beginning of the universe.

Many years ago, when my now grown children were still in elementary school, I, a single mother, took them to an amusement park in the United States.
The purpose was to take them to a place they had always wanted to go and make them happy.

But when I arrived, I found that I was very attached and tired of being a “mother” there.
As I cleaned with all the things I was trying to do as a mother, all the responsibilities and duties, I gradually began to enjoy being there more than anyone else, and my children, who are usually so selfish and quarrelsome with each other, seemed to enjoy themselves and take responsibility for sharing this joy together. We found ourselves riding the bobsled ride together over and over again.

When the trip was over and we returned to Hawaii, I, as a “mother”, would normally be very busy with all the things that happened after the trip, along with being tired, but it was as if I was being energized by my freedom.
It is not that I no longer had the responsibility or awareness of being a mother. But as my subconscious mind erases the memories it has been carrying, and I regain my freedom again, what I really need to do becomes clearer each moment, erasing unnecessary fatigue, stress, and even friction.

Now, if you are vaguely surrounded by daily stress and have no hope for the future, you can clean with any objects that you feel are limiting you and the role you are carrying.


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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