Ho’oponopono and the changes of 2012Ho’oponopono and the changes of 2012
Published: August 16, 2011
We are so stubborn. We insist on always worrying about the future instead of enjoying the present. We miss many opportunities and blessings as a result of our constant regretting the past or worrying about the future.
I am going to ask you something different: Have you noticed that 2012 is already here?
Yes, the changes are here and they are not going anywhere. The first tsunami was the economic crisis, but because we didn’t see the water, we didn’t realize it.
The tsunamis have started and will continue. All kind of tsunamis are coming: social, political, economical, emotional and natural.
Now it all depends on you and the choices you make: Will you remain arrogant, thinking you know better and continue doing the same things you used to do?
The old ways of doing and thinking have become obsolete. Either you open your mind and become flexible or you will be swept away by one of the next tsunamis. There is nothing wrong with that. It is just your decision. You have free choice.
I wonder, after everything we have gone through, wouldn’t you like to stay and see how the Earth becomes a paradise once more? I know I do.
Remember the story of creation Dr. Ihaleakalá told me and that I shared with you in my first book The Easiest Way? He said:
When God created the Earth and put Adam and Eve here, he told them that this was paradise and that they didn’t have to worry about anything, that He would provide them with everything they needed. He also told them that He would give them a gift, the opportunity to choose, to make their own decisions, that He would give them the gift of free will. And so, He created the apple tree. He told them, “This is called “thinking.” You do not need it. I can provide everything for you. You should not worry, but you can choose to stay with me or to take your own path.”
I would like to make it clear that the problem was not the eating of the apple. The problem was failing to take responsibility and saying, “I’m sorry.” When God asked, Adam said “She made me do it.” And so this is how Adam had to go in search of his first job. Just like Adam, we are always biting the apple. We always think that we know best. We do not realize that there is another way, that there is an easier way.
Ho’oponopono is about choice. You cannot serve two Masters. You either let go (The easiest way) and allow inspiration (God/Universe) to guide you or you keep replaying old memories and do it on your own (the hardest way). There are only two possibilities; that is it. Either you come from inspiration or your old replayed memories.
Ho’oponopono is about allowing God to guide you. As long as you are doing the cleaning (asking for help and giving permission) you don’t need to worry about anything. You will be guided and protected and in the flow that will put you in the right place, at the right time, with the right people.
Everything is in perfect order. Just let go of your old beliefs, opinions and judgments and allow the flow to take you. Become more humble and say, “I don’t know.”
These are very exciting and amazing times. They require us to go through the dark in order to see the light. It is up to us how easy or difficult we want the journey to be.
Become a child again. It is time to go back HOME (Paradise), be ourselves , and do it God’s way instead of our way.
The only question then is: are you going to travel first class or do you prefer to swim? You choose.