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Forum Question 3: The Shift In Your Being
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01/29/2012 8:27 AM
    FORUM QUESTION 3:

    HAVE YOU NOTICED A SHIFT IN YOUR BEING SINCE USING HO'OPONOPONO AND TAKING PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR YOUR WORLD? IF SO, HOW HAS THIS MANIFESTED IN YOUR PHYSICAL REALITY AND IN YOUR DAILY LIFE?


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    01/29/2012 2:10 PM
    Up until a few minutes ago, the Ho'oponopono has been mostly an intellectual exercise with not much emotion. When I accidentally Xed out of the website after the class when I knew I had to do some course management work on MU 1202, I castigated myself, saying "How could you be so stupid!" Then, I thought "I better do some cleaning on that." So I started saying to myself "I love you! I'm sorry..." Then I experienced a wave of overwhelming remorse for the thousands of times I have criticized myself and called myself names. All I could do was sob and say over and over "I'm sorry! I'm sorry! I'm sorry!" Finally, I was able to say, "Please forgive me! Please forgive me! Please forgive me!..." I am crying again just writing about it. Then when I felt forgiven and was able to say "Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!..., I felt such a relief that I was finally free of self-condemnation that has held me back all my life. I think this is a major shift in my Being.

    Also, when I said "Please forgive me!" I also said "I promise I won't do it again!" I was truly remorseful and not just mouthing a formula.

    Wayne
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    01/29/2012 7:16 PM
    Thank you Wayne, for your openness and insight, and sharing your lesson.

    Ho'oponopono has helped me to take responsibility for, and at the same time, clean and clear the chatter in my mental mind which has, in the past, challenged me while attempting to meditate.
    Since one of our homework assignments is to meditate daily, I had to face my meditation challenges again. This past week, I found a wonderful, simple and profound, teaching of Lao Tzu which has inspired me with the benefits of meditation.

    Verse Five

    Do you imagine the Universe is agitated?
    Go into the desert at night and look out at the stars.
    This practice should answer the question.

    The superior person settles her mind as the universe settles the stars in the sky.
    By connecting her mind with the subtle origin, she calms it.
    Once calmed, it naturally expands, and ultimately her mind becomes as vast and immeasurable as the night sky.

    (Hua Hu Ching: The Unknown Teachings of Lao Tzu, as translated by Brian Walker, 1992)
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    01/31/2012 8:53 PM
    Susan Jakab. Since starting Ho'oponopono I have noticed myself reciting immediately ( silently or outloud) as appropriate, whenever I judge a person or situation. Sometimes it is while observing someone walking down the street or something on the news. Whatever the case may be I find myself wanting to take responsibility. In general I do not become irritated, but have experienced some lately. I am also remembering events from long ago at age 3 or 4. I received a doll for Christmas that had red hair and freckles that I beat up on, became angry and cut her hair. I thought I resembled her and was upset and rejected her because I had been greatly teased by my older siblings. It is my very first memory of self-rejection that had been suppressed. I now look back on the sweet little doll and realize that she was very cute with big blue eyes, and for that very reason, she was gifted to me. So, I now realize it was an act of love and my inner child has accepted that gift of love. Not beating up on the inner child is key to self acceptance. How fragile and tender we are. Love your inner child. I am very greatful for the gift of this class and Ho'oponopono. My heart desired for this last Sunday's class to continue another hour. With it came great yellow plumes of illumination and pink flames of love.
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    02/01/2012 12:33 PM


    Currently I have been experiencing some very interesting opportunities in my life. Sometimes it appears to be out of control, from the human mundane perspective. However; I have noticed that my inner being seems to be more at peace, even though I have no outward solution to what is happening and no idea of the outcome. There has been a shift, and the shift is surrender. I am surrending everything to " I Love you, I am sorry, Please forgive me, and Thank you". I pray for reconciliation, yet I am not totally attached to the outcome. This Lord or something better! I realize, with "real eyes", that I must take responsiblity for these opportunities and surrender to the "Almighty" and release all fear and trepidation. I pray that the shifting continues to a greater extent,so who I thought I was, becomes who I truly am. "I remain in the center while all around me swirls" (20.021)

    I feel at times that I am being pulverized! Webster's Dictionary says pulverize means to " reduce or become reduced to dust or powder, as by pounding or grinding", I can only pray that the powder that remains is utilized to create a new me in Christ.
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