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Reviewed by Suzanne Cowles for Readers' Favorite
What would you do if you could wash away all of the negative energy that plagues our lives each day? This karmic debt leads to physical illness, stress and unhappiness. The ancient Hawaiians knew the secret to living a fulfilling existence; it began with gratitude, simple compassion for others and practicing meditation daily. The mistakes we make are learning tools, but sometimes they can have an effect on others. Ho’oponopono is a way to release that bad energy and make amends. Anyone can say, “Thank you, I love you, I’m sorry and please forgive me”, but few understand the real power of doing so. Ho’oponopono Secrets: Four Phrases to Change the World One Love to Bind Them by Paul Jackson explains in easy to digest fashion how to make the world a better place. Taking responsibility for our actions begins with careful examination, self-reflection and being in a state of acceptance. Yet being conscious is more than just chanting mantras and touching others’ lives. We need to clear our minds of guilt, so that the connection to a Higher Power can flourish.
Ho’oponopono Secrets: Four Phrases to Change the World One Love to Bind Them by Paul Jackson provides a guide to using this ancient spiritual practice in everyday life, and why it is so important in today’s age. As we move out of the technological age and reconnect as human beings, we need community and transformational healing. I really enjoyed reading about the philosophy and twelve Universal Laws that encompass the spiritual practice, and cannot wait to get started making right the wrong actions from the past.