Ho’oponopono and time

Ho’oponopono and time
Published: October 17, 2011

Now, more than ever, it is time to let go and clean. Modern life is constantly accelerating.  No wonder we feel there is not enough time for everything we would like to accomplish. The present is the only time we have, and we do not have any time to lose. We have a lot to clean up and need all the help we can get.

-It is time to take 100% responsibility, to stop blaming and to say, “I am sorry for whatever is in me that has created and attracted a certain situation or person to my life.”

-It is time to stop thinking, worrying and reacting, time to become more humble and recognize that we do not know anything.

-It is time to ask for the help of a mind more intelligent than ours. Some of us call it God. No matter what you call it, you need to recognize that there has to be a more intelligent mind than yours, a mind that conceived the human body, the mountains, the flowers and the oceans, things that you and I cannot create.

-It is time to be in the present and stop lamenting the past and/or worrying about the future.

-It is time to rediscover who we really are, our talents, and passions and do what we love without worrying and trusting that money will come.

When we invest our time doing the Ho’oponopono cleaning, letting go, and all of the above, we definitely experience time in a different way.

One personal experience I can share with you is about my travels around the world. I have no doubt  in my mind that I can physically do it because of the Ho’oponopono tools that help me to be present and bring my inner family (mind, body and spirit) along with me all the time, thus avoiding jetlag. Many times I’ve thought that God wants to remind me that time and space are really an illusion.

As a matter of fact, we have created this world of illusion. We set the rules, but then we came here and forgot all about it. You see, we forgot we came to clean, to erase, and to make amends. Instead, we learned to engage and react. We waste our precious time.

That is why it is so difficult for us to understand that everything is perfect, that the law of cause and effect really works, that we reap what we sow, and that everything comes back to us, the good and the bad. Because we are trapped in illusion, we don’t understand why things happen to us, but everything is a consequence of something we did in the past, most of the time, something we did in past lives.

Our conscious mind experiences time, while our subconscious mind doesn’t. Carl Jung noticed that dreams occur outside of time. In them, there is no past, no present, and no future. When we operate from our subconscious, times seems to disappear.

When we do what we love, when we are in the flow (at zero), we experience time in a very different way.

Time is very important, much more than money. Depending on how we invest our time, we will or will not attract money. When we complain and blame, we do not invest our time well. Doing the cleaning is investing our time. It is being proactive, even though our intellect may tell us that it is not. When we clean, money and everything we need comes to us effortlessly.

It is time to stop thinking and analyzing everything. There is nothing you need to know or understand. It is time to become a child again, to stop worrying and to not take things so seriously.

This is our time. We can now erase what would have taken us many lives.

Just let go and trust. You will see that the timing will be perfect and patience will pay off.



9 Responses to “Ho’oponopono and time”
  1. daniele says:

    Mi affido al volere del DIVINO affinchè veramente io possa essere d'aiuto a me e quindi a TUTTI GRAZIE TI AMO

  2. Glenda says:

    Gracias Mabel por toda tu enseñanza... Aunque no me ha sido fácil aplicar esta técnica, estoy trabajando en ello, a pesar de que mis memorias insisten en hacerme sentir miedo hacia lo que vendrá, cada día elijo confiar o al menos lo intento... Espero poder asistir pronto a uno de tus talleres acá en Venezuela... Gracias... Gracias... Gracias...

  3. iamthei says:

    Thank you!

  4. Julius says:

    We have so much 2 clean in Africa & so much poverty around. which is d best & fast way 2 clean? we need free materials 2 learn how 2 do it. [email protected]

  5. veress erzsebet says:

    Koszonom, koszonom.meg tudom csinalni!!!!!

  6. Koszonom, koszonom.meg tudom csinalni!!!!!szeretlek!

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