Imagine you are still a young child about to start a new school life tomorrow. What words would you want to hear from your parents?

“Listen carefully to what the teacher says.”
“Remember everything taught in class.”
“Do not make mistakes when solving problems.”
“Get praised a lot and achieve good grades.”
“Make 100 friends.”


“Have fun.”
“It’s okay if you don’t understand something.”
“Let’s solve problems together.”
“It’s okay to be yourself and go at your own pace.”

When starting something new, facing a personal challenge, or when there is something you really want to achieve, the kind of encouragement you would want from your parents if you were a child now should give you insight into your relationship with your ‘Unihipili.’

We are never alone in what we do. There is always the involvement of people, things, places, yourself, and your ‘Unihipili.’ Numerous identities participate beyond our conscious awareness.
Therefore, we clean with our expectations, fears, excitement, and anxieties in advance.
This allows all identities to express their natural talents and roles.
Through our connection with the divinity, we are able to embark on new days.

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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