Saturday, August 21, 2010

Experience the True Hooponopono Prayer

Aloha y'all!,

Since the First International Hooponopono Conference in 1980, many of the Hawaiian Elders have passed on to the next world, including our dear Morrnah Simeona.

The Second International Hooponopono Conference in 2006 inspired many to promote the concepts and sell many products and .

Now ... everyone says forgiveness is a lovely idea, until they have something to forgive!

Hooponopono is essentially the process of forgiveness, and since 1980 we have been primarily focussed on applying Hooponopono for yourself after Morrnah and my Dad combined the principles of Huna and the traditional practice where family members gather with the intention to bend broken family ties.

Now is the time to call Hooponopono.

You are invited to join together with all the top Hooponopono practitioners in the world who are gathering together in a week-long retreat this October.

The only requirements are honesty and integrity.

If you have something to contribute, then please apply to attend.

We need to plan accordingly to provide enough space for everybody, so you have to let us know in writing by October 3rd, 2010 if you are going to participate.

Click on this link to find-out more:



© 2010 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD

Saturday, August 14, 2010

Christian Hooponopono

--- Original Message ---

> What I have not reconciled inside of myself between my understanding
> of Jesus’ teachings and what I have learned so far about Ho’oponopono
> is the "need" for on-going cleaning. It clearly cleanses me each time I
> do it and I KNOW there is a difference each time I do it. What niggles
> at me, though, is that Jesus said he bore the responsibility of all the
> sins (erroneous perceptions, wrong thinking, etc) of everyone and he
> forgave us and transmuted those sins so that we can have abundant life.
> It seems to me that if I am to believe that Jesus did that for us already,
> then at the very basic level there should really be no need for us to clean
> every single time over every single thing. I continue to ponder and
> meditate regarding it. I am confident that as I am ready to receive the
> understanding, I will be consciously enlightened.

Aloha Alison,

There's a reason you can't reconcile their teachings inside of yourself.

"I know that you do not have the love of God in your hearts. I have come in my Father's name and you do not accept me, but if someone else comes in his own name, you will accept him."

—John 5:42-43

You're absolutely right about the problem of cleaning constantly" ... and ever since those people began selling that idea all over the Internet, I've been working to defend God's TRUTH against what is basically a false prophet.

Jesus said, "

You know that inner connection you have?

... that "God within you?"

"inner knowing-ness"

... that Divine within you that you've always had, that goes by the name of "The Holy Spirit," among others ... and false teachings cannot get-hold of you when you have that!

So, it's really a simple question.

Do you trust "those people" or do you trust Jesus?

You choose!


All-New-and-Improved ...
Na Huna a Pono Hale o 'Io

© 2010 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD

Wednesday, August 04, 2010

Hooponoponoprayer for Healing a Tooth

--- Original Message ---
> I have been reading Zero Limits and I have been cleaning, cleaning, cleaning. There is a tooth in my
> mouth that has started acting up. How do I bring it back to wholeness? Can I clean on it?


That's one place to start, but remember that Ho'oponopono cleaning deals only with the past and present.

... bringing it back to wholeness requires a Ha Rite ... or "Kahuna prayer-action."

That is the
hooponopono prayer tool you may use to bring wholeness into your future.

> Can I use Morrnah’s prayer to heal this tooth?

Well, you might want to see a dentist.

Here's what "they" won't tell you ...

... the tooth is probably "acting up" after some sort of deficiency in hygene. It is very difficult to maintain our teeth properly and almost nobody does the brush-and-floss regularly routine.

So there's really no surprise when a tooth "acts up."

And that's OK ... because we really are human!

I personally have a couple teeth giving me pain because I didn't keep-up a regular pattern of brushing and flossing, etc.

To err is human ... to consciously choose returning to balance is "Divine"

So ... "what specifically are you 'cleaning' on?"

If you're trying to avoid paying for neglecting to take care of a tooth, then "what's the point?"

The tooth itself?

.... As if you're the "victim" of a malicious plot from a foreign object?


... or are you taking 100% responsibility for your behavior which caused your present condition?

You choose.


All-New-and-Improved ...
Na Huna a Pono Hale o 'Io

© 2010 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD