In this video, the instructor Mary Koehler discusses how she practiced cleaning when she had to undergo surgery. She began cleaning the moment she learned she needed surgery, preparing to clean before, during, and after the procedure.

What does it mean to clean with a surgery?

It involves cleaning with oneself in relation to all experiences, places, and people involved in the surgical experience.

The goal is to reset the memories between oneself and everything involved, which means regaining the original state of love.

The true purpose of cleaning is not only to clean with the thought of a successful surgery but to regain freedom and rediscover the love that is the source of everything.

Mary Koehler Lives in Portland, Oregon. Master Coordinator of Self-Identity Through Ho’oponopono at IZI LLC.
She attended her first class in 1997 and one year later began coordinating classes in Oregon, USA. Since then, she has traveled around the world with Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len. Click here to read an interview with Mary Koehler


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