Saturday, August 25, 2007

Ho oponopono DVDs by Morrnah Simeona

Hooponopono or Ho oponopono


Ho'oponopono is just one small part of the greater Huna picture.

The technique adopted in Zero Limits is a good place to get started, but it's still your Kindergarten Metaphysics genre adopted for pop culture.


Ho'oponopono is a technique that can work for you ... another "tool" you can keep in your "toolbox."

So ...

Hew Len did study with Morrnah Simeona as well, so I'm thinking of releasing Morrnah's DVDs to make "the rest of the story" available to everyone!

There's always more you can learn from.

--Vince

© 2007 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD

"The One Hidden Secret to Unlocking
Your Ability to Control Your Future"

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

That would be wonderful. Would love to see Morrnah's DVDs.
Any idea on a time frame??????

Thanks,
MS

Searching Urchin said...

You know, I am in constant search of peace and self. I stumbled upon Zero Limits.I am a Catholic and am in a battle about this- I have been practicing Im Sorry I love You Thank You and have realized it has been calming me- and to think I am a nervous wreck! Should I leave my belief in the one true God who sent his Son to save us?

Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD said...

Dear Searching Urchin,

The Kahuna tradition from which Ho'oponopono developed is a science ... because it explains spiritual/metaphysical matters not as theological belief, but of direct knowledge obtainable by study and investigation.

It's religious aspect gives Huna "followers" or practitioners a rule of life... not based on alleged "commands" given to the "chosen" at some remote period in the past, but on plain common sense as indicated by observable facts.

The "Divine Will" is expressed in what we know as the laws of Nature.

YOUR RELIGION is what YOU believe, not what you're told to believe.

So, from a certain viewpoint, Huna can be practiced as a religion, there are TWO BIG DIFFERENCES between Huna and what is typically called religion...

FIRST ... Huna and Ho'oponopono do not demand belief or even speak of belief in the usual sense, because the Huna student either KNOWS a thing or suspends judgment about it until they can experience the results until such time as they prove it for themselves.

SECOND ... Huna doesn't endeavor to convert anyone from whatever religion he holds... it EXPLAINS your religion to you and enables you to see the DEEPER MEANING and PURPOSE than you ever knew before.

The Huna principles of Ho'oponopono are not tenets of faith, but are based on direct and repeatable OBSERVATION of what happens.

You choose!

--Vince

Link:
The Huna Ohana