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The Christian Ho'oponopono Forgiveness Practice: Your Key to Forgiving Yourself, Accepting God's Forgiveness, Releasing Guilt and Fear, And Finding Inner Peace (Free Bonus Meditation Download) Paperback – July 30, 2014
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The book is not for people looking to gain an understanding of ho-oponopono as that is very lightly covered. For a better understanding of ho-oponopono, read Joe Vitale or Mabel Katz, view one of the seminars given by Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len and produced by Joe Vitale, or best of all take a Self-I-dentity Through Ho-oponopono seminar (www.self-i-dentity-through-hooponopono.com).
Finally, there is an error in the book in that the author attributes modern ho-oponopono to Dr. Hew Len, when in fact it was created by Morrnah Nalamaku Simeona, a Hawaiian Kahuna Lapa’au recognized by the State of Hawaii as a Living Treasure in 1983.
As someone familiar with Dr. Hew Len and Ho'oponopono, I've never considered it something staunch or Orthodox Christians would embrace. But this book does an excellent job of showing how they are not mutually exclusive. It brilliantly uses Bible scripture to support and relate the idea of forgiveness (a highly misunderstood concept), and how in its truest form, forgiving yourself for misinterpreting things, a mode of thinking which began in your childhood, is the only way to true happiness and emotional freedom if you really want it. It's the only way to heal for good.
The practice as suggested here has helped me a lot in the last few days. Angela Parish's writing is so full of love and compassion, they leap right off the page and into your heart.