I recently learned this practice and wanted to share with you too! The Hawaiian word ho‘oponopono derives from ho‘o (“to make”) and pono (“right”). As you can see, the word “pono” is repeated twice: to accentuate the dual action and effect of finding true closure: with oneself and the word. The ancient practice includes the repetition…
Our heart contains the memory of every moment of triumph, defeat, happiness, sorrow, courage and angst we have experienced. –
On a biochemical level, the heart literally tries to protects us from experiencing a situation resembling old trauma or negative experience by shutting down and triggering the fly or fight impulses.
Learn how to heal your heart with meditation (visual guide with instructions included)