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Published on Feb 17, 2011

SHA 605 Ho'oponopono

Instructor: Mark Perkins
Ho'oponopono is a simple yet effective healing process that has been used by the Hawaiians for thousands of years. The goal of Ho'oponopono can be found by breaking down the term: ho'o—to make, do, create; pono—balance, goodness, correctness, perfect order; onopono—a method of creating perfect order and balance in order to heal a situation.
Through discussion, prayer, honesty, ceremony, and forgiveness, Ho'oponopono offers the ability to heal on mental, intra-personal, physical, temporal, and spiritual levels. Ho'oponopono also helps you to reconnect with your family (ohana as the Hawaiians call it), loved ones, and those with which you are/have been in connection.

In SHA605, you will learn this Hawaiian spiritual counseling technique for achieving balance in relationships and situations of many kinds. Additionally, you will use your shamanic journeying skills to observe the results of Ho'oponopono.

In the course, we will learn basic Hawaiian spiritual concepts, review the Ho'oponopono method including history, concepts, ritual and ceremony, and integrate this teaching into the student's current shamanic practices. Students will select three real-life cases and put these principles to work.
International Metaphysical University Intermetu.com

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