Saturday, May 31, 2008

Ho oponopono procedural question?

Hooponopono Manifesting Desires

--- LianaHeart wrote:

> Dear fellow members,
> I have the advanced DVDs and have a question:
> If I am wanting to have a new career after spending
> my whole life in nursing, which form of
> Ho'oponopono do I use? Also, the book says yo use
> exact wording but which exact wording?

Aloha Liana,

When you're targeting the "root cause" of your project, you want to use the wording that begins "What's the one issue ..."

... and you clean on THAT.

And you thereby get rid of whatever had you "stuck."

> Do I need to use something different for a new
> career, since it is not a person or place?

You do.

... remember, Ho'oponopono is only "part of the puzzle."

You're going to want to do a Ha Rite to get your new career going.

> Also, is there special wording to create something
> new instead of releasing something old?

Here's a simple format:

> I do not want to release the old one before I have
> a new one!!!

It's true ...

... but you DO want to release the "attachment" to the old one!

Does that make sense?

Keep studying!


© 2008 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Brainwashed Girl needs deprogramming!!!!

Aloha y'all!

--- Teresa wrote:
> Brainwashed Girl needs deprogramming!!!!
> Aloha,
> I'm a peace and love kinda girl so I won't say
> anything negative but thank God for Rev. Vince- I
> knew there was something more to ho'oponopono than
> what Zero Limits was teaching.

A lot more!

> I received the Advanced Self I-Dentity Ho'o and in
> Zero Limits, Dr. Len insists that you clean
> incessantly.

I'm sorry ... that's part of the negative programming Morrnah entrusted my family to protect against!

> I wonder if that is the case with the Advanced
> Ho'oponopono techniques.

Notice the techniques for finding the "real issue."

... because the more specific you make your
"diagnosis," the more powerful the "cure."

Think about it.

If you had an infection and they gave you general antibiotics, it would kill-off the infection along
with every other "biotic" in your system ... even the ones you need to properly digest.

But ...

... if they can determine the exact strain of the infection, there are new targeted antibiotics that
will "kill-off" your infection only ... leaving the beneficial bacteria to thrive and heal you faster!

The "Zero Limits" technique is like using a general antibiotic!

When you "pay attention" to all the learnings you're getting from the Advanced Ho'oponopono DVDs ... consciously and unconsciously ... at the end by applying everything you've learned and the prayer techniques written out for you in the manual ... THEN you only need to do it ONCE.

Pay attention to the EXACT wording I'm using when talking to your unconscious mind and getting to the "root issue" which when address will cause the problem to disappear as an issue for you.

Especially if you "don't understand" consciously why the wording is so important and must be used exactly that way because it is giving instructions to your unconscious mind on how to fix yourself.

It becomes automatic.

And I'm all about getting the results!

... and you get them when you follow the instructions in the Advanced Ho'oponopono Manual.

> Is it okay to do it everyday?

It's OK.

... and as you're progressing ... you will naturally discover "how to know when you need to do what" for yourself.

It's done "automatically" and unconsciously as long as you do your part as "uhane."

> I really feel out of balance (i.e. confusion) and
> would like to do Mornah's method everyday.

You've probably already learned why some "confusion" is generated to promote the mastery process ... remember the Five Stages of Competence?

> Would it be okay?

As you are evolving spiritually, do it daily.

Thanks Teresa ... keep studying!


© 2008 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD

Monday, May 05, 2008

Ho'oponopono: The Three Selves of the Kahuna

Ho'oponopono Basics

The essence of using Ho'oponopono for yourself comes from healing the relations between your three selves.

Morrnah Simeona taught the Huna concept that the human being is made up of three levels of consciousness, known as selves or minds.

The Kahuna called the conscious mind the "uhane," or middle self. The "middle self" is that part of you that is conscious of its own existence and has the ability to reason. It also has the free will to create as it pleases, along with the inner self, or "low self."

The subconscious mind is called the "unihipili" or low self. It is the part of you that is unconscious. It is the storehouse of all memory and the seat of the emotions. Its is the "inner child" of pop psychology and the New Age movement. with only simplistic, deductive reasoning.

The term "low" has no reference to rank or importance, only to the fact that it is below the level of consciousness of the middle self and to the fact that its bodily center is in the solar plexus rather than in the head.

The third part is the High Self, called the "Aumakua" by the Kahuna.

The high self is your "utterly trust-worthy parental spirit."

This higher part of you lives at a higher plane of consciousness, outside the physical body. It will not intervene in the affairs of life unless asked to do so.

This is understood to be a cosmic law your High Self must adhere to.

The high self can see into the "crystallized future" and creates your future "automatically" from your day-to-day thoughts.

As your thoughts change throughout your daily life, so your future likewise change.

Huna also teaches that communication with your High Self occurs quite naturally during sleep. It is in that contact that most of the thoughts-of-the-day are used by the High Self to materialize conditions in your future.

Huna teachings say that each of the three selves is equally important, and has its proper role to perform in the life of the individual. Your health, and happiness depend on the integration, blending, and harmonizing of your three selves.

Huna teaches that your High Self expresses ALL the Divine qualities ... compassion ... patience ... Love ... and forgiveness.

This is the IDEAL to which you, the middle self, are to aspire.


© 2008 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD

Thursday, May 01, 2008