What does success mean to you? When asked, I think that, for the most part, you can answer.
You may have set it as a goal, even if you had no particular reason to believe that if you could get it, you would be happier, like yourself more than you do now, or solve some problems.
But what if it is due to memory replay?
What if you see in your memory a desire by memory and you are moving toward it every day?

It is like searching for treasure in this ocean without a map, but you know it must be there. And you may feel like a sailor in the midst of it all, impatient, frustrated, angry, and despairing.
But it is possible that through cleaning we can return to the attraction of your own personal compass prepared for you on this great ocean by Divinity.
By cleaning what you want and dream of, the compass you have will become connected to the will of Divinity.

Ho’oponopono does not say to give up greed and dream of nothing.
True joy and happiness is a state in which your dreams and goals are not in the past or future, and what you seek is happening there now. And they are to be exactly where your abilities are lacking. It is a state of balance between supply and demand that is manifesting itself in the present moment.

If not, if you feel a lack, you can first adjust the imbalance within yourself through cleaning.
Ho’oponopono is a magnet for the realization of living your true self. We will show you in class how to retrieve this magnet, which you can use anytime you feel lost.

Mahayana I. Dugast, Ph.D. met SITH Ho’oponopono in 2008. She has three sons and one grandson. She says that her work, motherhood, and grandmotherhood are all in harmony with the blessings of being able to practice the “true self” that she learned at SITH. She attributes her ability to express herself in all three roles with a peaceful heart to the cleaning of each moment. To read the full interview with Mahayana I. Dugast, please click here.

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