The Easiest Way to Grow Your Kids: Parenting in These New Times with Ho'oponopono

The Easiest Way to Grow Your Kids: Parenting in These New Times with Ho'oponopono

Parenting can be easier than you think, definitely more rewarding and effective, if you just remember a couple of truths. Ho’oponopono, an ancient form of problem solving, teaches us that our experiences and memories cloud the awareness of who we truly are, and how we can create the life we want. As we grow older and with every passing day, we acquire worries, fears, and insecurities, that create limiting beliefs based on judgments and opinions. Ultimately, we become detached from who we really are, and begin to lose... Continue Reading →

Mabel in Germany . Dusseldorf . November 3 . 2012

Mabel in Germany . Dusseldorf .  November 3 . 2012

Saturday November 3, 2012 Ho'oponopono, The Secret Beyond The Secret "Ho'oponopono in a private setting with Mabel Katz" A special time to ask her about everything you want to know. This is your opportunity to get to know more about Mabel and Ho'oponopono in a private atmosphere. Space is limited. Reserve NOW! Absentee: US$100 (Available for reviewers only) New Student: US$176 until October 20 (Regular price US$196) Time: 12 to 18 hrs Read Flyer Contact: Channa channa_sash@yahoo.de More details coming soon (we'll... Continue Reading →

Ho'oponopono and Abuse

Ho'oponopono and Abuse

So often during my Ho’oponopono trainings there is one or two of my students who have been victims of abuse. It is always so hard for them to accept 100% responsibility and realize they were the ones that attracted it, especially if it happened to them as a child. Understand that seeing yourself as a victim is a choice and once you take full responsibility, it will set you free. During one of my training in Romania, I mentioned to the class how important it is not to see ourselves as victims. I told them we are 100%... Continue Reading →

Ho’oponopono - behind the scenes

Many of you express your concern regarding the veracity or quality of those who teach Ho’oponopono. Very frequently, you write to me and ask if I gave this or that person permission to teach after he or she took the workshop with me only once, and I make it clear that I have permission to use the registered material, but I do not have permission to grant permission to teach. What’s most important, and what my organizers in different parts of the world always ask me to continue clarifying, is that Ho’oponopono... Continue Reading →

Ho'oponopono y el tiempo

Ho'oponopono y el tiempo

Ahora, más que nunca, es momento de soltar y limpiar. La vida moderna se está acelerando cada vez más. No me extraña que sintamos que no tenemos suficiente tiempo para todo lo que queremos lograr. El presente es el único tiempo que tenemos y no tenemos tiempo que perder. Tenemos mucho que limpiar y necesitamos toda la ayuda que podamos obtener. - Es tiempo de tomar 100% de responsabilidad, dejar de culpar y decir, “lo siento por aquello que está en mí que ha creado y atraído una cierta situación o persona... Continue Reading →

Ho´oponopono – Donde comienza la Paz

Ho´oponopono – Donde comienza la Paz

La Paz Comienza CONMIGO. La paz mundial es respeto y aceptación de nuestras diferencias. Es la libertad de pensar y percibir las cosas de diferentes maneras, sin límites. Estas son verdades fundamentales. Es importante tomar responsabilidad y dejar de culpar a alguien o a algo por los desafíos y situaciones en nuestra vida, ¡incluyendonos a nosotros mismos! Del mismo modo, cuando practicamos la aceptación y nos abstenemos de tratar de imponer nuestro punto de vista, cuando aceptamos a las personas, situaciones,... Continue Reading →

Ho'oponopono and Children

Ho'oponopono and Children

Having children in my trainings is the best treat for me. I get so much sincere confirmation from them because, as you know, kids don't lie. Dr. Ihaleakala always said it is easier to teach a chair to do Ho'oponopono than to teach people, because we think (intellect). We are always thinking, comparing, and making stories. We are never present! Well, as it turns out, it is also easier to teach the kids. They don't complicate matters with unnecessary rationalization nor do they feel the need to "understand it" all, like... Continue Reading →

Beyond Jet Lag with Ho’oponopono

Beyond Jet Lag with Ho’oponopono

My teacher Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len used to tell me that you can even feel jet lag in your own home, when you move from one room to the other. Apparently, we don’t need to leave our home to feel it. Jet lag happens when all of our parts (super conscious, conscious and subconscious minds) are not arriving at the same time at the same place. For example, if I go to Europe and forget to tell my inner child (subconscious) that we are going, when I arrive in Europe, my child is watching TV in Los Angeles. Then I get there... Continue Reading →

Ho'oponopono, The Koran and The Bible

Ho'oponopono, The Koran and The Bible

What an incredible learning experience I had during my training in Bristol, UK. The person that organized for me was a big Muslim guy from Ghana.  He picked me up at the airport and on the way to the hotel I was shocked when he asked me: “You have a Christian background, don’t you?” Well, you can guess what my response was: “No, I am Jewish.” He then mentioned that many of his Muslims friends were coming to the training.  We agreed to meet later and talk about what I could say and couldn’t say and I was... Continue Reading →

Ho'oponopono - Letting Go of Fear

Ho'oponopono - Letting Go of Fear

Our reality includes all our programs, memories, beliefs, attachments, emotions, and expectations. These have been gathered through many years. We have been blind and deaf for eons of time. We are completely drugged, looking for love, approval and appreciation in the wrong places and from the wrong people. We search for success, power and material things, thinking that they will "make" us happy. We tend to try to change people because we think if they change, we'll be happy. We constantly give our power away by thinking... Continue Reading →

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