Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Yielding to Ho’oponopono

When something grabs my attention, my natural inclination is to delve into it. The word of my title is Hawaiian. It means setting to right. It reminds me of tikkun olam, a Hebrew expression meaning repair of the world.

Ho’oponopono is featured in Joe Vitale’s newest book, Zero Limits, written with the man who taught him the technique, Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len. It’s a simple practice featured in an earlier post on this blog.

When I put ho’oponopono into the search at Amazon, several books came up. I ordered and have read them all. The original use of the technique was for conflict resolution in families. Any technique that deals with conflict resolution in any setting is of value.

The point here is this:

When something draws your attention, yield to it!

Often it is the Divine asking us to pay attention. Where your interest is, there is a path for you. The only way to step onto the path is to pursue the interest.

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