Honolulu Exopolitics Examiner
August 10, 2009
from Examiner Website
Put most simply, Ho’oponopono is a way for clearing up negative karma between people and communities. There are a growing number of people who claim to have been abducted by extraterrestrial life forms in UFOs. Conservative estimates are that up to 2% of the American public (6 million people), as indicated in a 1992 Roper Poll of 6000 people, may be involved in abductions by aliens commonly known as Grays.
provides a powerful tool
for dealing with the
alien abduction problem.
Traditional Hawaiian Ho’oponopono was first presented in a 1958 book by Mary Kawena Pukui.
She described Ho’oponopono as the
practice of families or parties involved in some wrong coming
together to clear what was wrong between them by "prayer, dialogue,
discussion, confession, repentance, mutual restitution, and
This ‘modern’ form of Ho’oponopono has rapidly grown in popularity due to Dr Len’s co-authored book, ZeroLimits.
In Morrnah and Dr Len’s version of Ho’oponopono, one is encouraged to take full responsibility for all that enters into one’s perceptions that is upsetting or disturbing.
In an interview Morrnah explains:
Dr Len’s popular but simple technique involves silently repeating the following words to oneself when confronted with any negative situation:
Dr Len used his technique while working as a staff psychologist at a ward for mentally ill criminal patients at Hawaii State Hospital for several years.
Apparently he did not even meet with the
worst case patients, but simply practiced Ho’oponopono on them from
his office. Dr Len observed such phenomenal success that many
patients were eventually released.
By practicing Ho’oponopono, the distant
observer becomes a proactive agent of change, at least as far as
their own perceptions are concerned. If Dr Len is right, then the
changes produced in one’s perceptual world may directly impact on
what others are experiencing. In other words, changes in the ‘real
world’ may directly arise from one’s internal perceptual changes.
Many claim to have been abducted in experiences that are often deeply traumatic. Others may know people who claim to have been abducted and traumatized by the experience. Finally, many read about or study about alien abductions and experience feelings of anger, fear, hatred, etc., that all this could be happening.
The possibility that such abductions may
be happening with the complicity of official government authorities
or corporate entities only compounds feelings to anger, fear, etc.
felt by many familiar with the abduction phenomenon.
For those directly involved in alien abductions, Ho’oponopono may offer the means for ending what is occurring.
If anything I have written in this
article upsets you, “I’m sorry, please forgive me”.