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Ho'oponopono Secrets: Four Phrases to Change the World One Love to Bind Them Paperback – October 12, 2014
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About the Author
Paul has spent most of his life with a serious case of wanderlust, he has travelled, lived, or worked in over 30 countries around the world. He served in the British Forces for 7 years, and after discharge gained an Honours Degree in South East Asian Studies. Paul studied Thai language for a year at Chiang Mai University and then went on to teach English and Tourism. He currently lives in the UK and is father to an 11 year old princess...
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Top Customer Reviews
I find it fascinating that ho'oponopono is not entirely unique. There are numerous methods of deleting old baggage and hangups, but they have interesting similarities. What each technique seems to consistently emphasize is love, being sorry for past mistakes, asking forgiveness, and giving thanks. These emotions represent positive vibes that energize your soul and allow you to get rid of the negativity that can hold you back from joy, success and living your life to the fullest.
I find that a combination of the various methods is especially effective. While they all suggest that this attitude change is permanent, I have found this not to be true. It's too easy to slip back into negative programming and thus a refresher now and then is necessary, at least for me. Using the same one over and over can get boring and thus ineffective, so it's always interesting to find a new one that supports previous methods. Other books I've read that are similar include Karol Kuhn Truman's "Feelings Buried Alive Never Die"; "The Emotion Code" by Dr. Bradley Nelson; and "Frequency" by Penney Peirce. I highly recommend them all if you're looking for a self-help attitude adjustment in a positive direction.
One thing this book points out with more emphasis than the others is the principle that we're all connected at the spiritual level, i.e. the collective consciousness. When we change ourselves, it ripples out to others. It reminds you that when you point the finger at someone, that there are four fingers pointing back at yourself. It's about taking responsibility for the effect you may have had on others, even those you do not know personally, and rectifying it. It's beautiful in that respect. Love is the one thing that can change the world and you can make a bigger difference than you realize.
This little book was an excellent refresher, but could also serve as a great introduction to a simple yet effective method of shifting your personal vibration to a more positive level. We attract what we project, so if your life isn't going in the direction you'd prefer, then it's likely you could benefit from some cleanup. It does have a variety of typos and a few word usage issues (i.e. commiserate instead of commensurate) but over all, the book is highly recommended. In these times when it seems our home planet has gone crazy with us surrounded by hate, dishonesty, corruption, violence and general negativity, this could be the boost you need to maintain a positive outlook and feel as if you can make a difference. This book will convince you that indeed you can.