In Ho’oponopono, our true nature as individuals is a state of zero, completely free from judgment. It’s a space without constraints, and this very state is the essence of what we call “I”.
The ingrained belief that we constantly have to judge things as right or wrong is also just a memory.
To be pure and innocent means to be truly yourself. When you see purity in the world, it signifies that you are looking at things through the eyes of the divine. If you hear innocence in the world, it means you are listening with the ears of the divine.
Having doubts or questions isn’t wrong. Instead of desperately seeking “answers” as if starved when they arise, recognize that these moments bring memories we should let go of. Upon cleaning with these, we will always see the signs from the divine at the perfect timing.