A practice of reconciliation and forgiveness from Hawaii and practiced widely in the Pacific islands and now integrated by Spiritual Healers.
The basis is that illness is caused by a negative emotion such as anger. To heal, it is necessary to confess the error or transgression because it is when one keeps it secret or holds it in, power is given to the illness. Once the confession takes place, it no longer has power over the person.
Traditionally family members would meet with each other, pray and discuss the problems. Feelings are acknowledged followed by repentance and forgiveness. Everyone is released and this is followed by gratitude.
Based on the idea of 100% responsibility by a healer, taking responsibility for everyone’s actions and not only ones own, then everything one sees, hears, tastes, touches or in any way experiences would be your responsibility because it is in your life. Everything that is experienced or exists is a projection from inside the person.
Healers then say the Ho’oponopono prayer over the person. This can be used for self-healing, healing others and combined with Reiki for self-healing.
I’M SORRY – PLEASE FORGIVE ME – I LOVE YOU – THANK YOU
Sit quietly, say a prayer and activate the Reiki Symbols. Set the intention that this will also be an invocative healing and that all Reiki symbols will flow continuously and seek out hidden issues and heal them while you are sitting with the energy.
Think of the problem bothering you and think of a situation related to that thought or feeling. Think of the person connected to that. Invoke the Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen connecting to that person and/or situation.
Allow yourself to focus on the situation and feel the emotions connected. Invoke the Sei He Ki.
Please forgive me
I love you
Keep repeating until you feel a change and invoke the Cho Ku Rei to add power.
Once you are done, seal the process with a Cho Ku Rei and close yourself down.