I'm sorry. Please forgive me. Thank You. I love you. This is the practice called "Ho’oponopono"
Step 1: Repentance you are responsible for everything in your mind, even if it seems to be “out there.” Once you realize that, it’s very natural to feel sorry. I know I sure do. If I hear of a tornado, I am so full of remorse that something in my #Consciousness has created that idea. I’m so very sorry that someone I know has a broken bone that I realize I have caused.
This realization can be painful, and you will likely resist accepting #responsibility for the “out there” kind of problems until you start to practice this method on your more obvious “in here” problems and see results.
So choose something that you already know you’ve caused for yourself? Over-weight? Addicted to nicotine, alcohol or some other substance? Do you have anger issues? #Health problems? Start there and say you’re sorry. That’s the whole step: I’M SORRY. Although I think it is more powerful if you say it more clearly: “I realize that I am responsible for the (issue) in my life and I feel terrible remorse that something in my consciousness has caused this.” Step 2: Ask Forgiveness
Don’t worry about who you’re asking. Just ask! PLEASE FORGIVE ME. Say it over and over. Mean it. Remember your remorse from step 1 as you ask to be #forgiven. Step 3: Gratitude –
Say “THANK YOU” again it doesn’t really matter who or what you’re thanking. Thank your body for all it does for you. Thank yourself for being the best you can be. Thank #God. Thank the #Universe. Thank whatever it was that just forgave you. Just keep saying THANK YOU.
Step 4: Love
This can also be step 1. Say I LOVE YOU. Say it to your body, say it to God. Say I LOVE YOU to the air you breathe, to the house that shelters you. Say I LOVE YOU to your challenges. Say it over and over. Mean it. Feel it. There is nothing as powerful as Love.
“For the mountains may depart and the hills be removed, but my steadfast love shall not depart from you, and my covenant of peace shall not be removed," says the Lord, who has compassion on you.” - Isaiah 54:10 ESV
Antidote to fear is love. Fear and love cannot co-exist. Love is greater than fear! Surrender your heart to God. Surrender fear, anxiety, and insecurities. Remember God loves you! You are completely accepted by God! You are unconditionally loved! God loves you period!
You can't make God stop loving you! You are totally forgiven! And considered extremely valuable to God. #faith#love#grace#nofear#forgiven#nvklcmen#ironsharpensiron