Ho'oponopono: To Make Things Right w/ Doria Cordova (Ep 65)

Published by: janean strong on 09-20-2022

I am replaying this conversation as we have so much division right now and Ho'oponopono is a powerful tool to heal rifts and disagreements.

Ho'oponopono is an ancient Hawaiian Huna reconciliation process for the 'inner family' to release anger, hurt, resentment and regret.

Ho’oponopono Prayer Preparation

So happy that we will be sharing this prayer together!

The modern version of the process was updated by the great Kahuha Morrnah Simeona.  The old version had been used by the Polynesians for centuries.  She passed in the early '90's. I was personally trained to lead the prayer by her and Dr. IHaleakala.

There will be certain words that will be used during the prayer:

Aka cords: connections/attachments. The ideal is to have no cords with anyone so that it doesn't affect your personal connection to the Great Spirit so that you can be present.

Aumakua – Uhane – Unihiipili : the inner Father, Mother and the Inner Child.  

The Ho'oponopono Prayer is a release of resentments, upsets, anger, regrets – all negative vibrations that are being held in the subconscious and disturb your peace.
A reconciliation of the inner family. Ho’oponopono means “to make things right”.

Once you have done the prayer, you can say "Ho'oponopono" anytime and you will feel a lightness and a greater connection to the Great Spirit.

To gain the most from the prayer, it's recommended that you write on paper (that will be torn at the end) the names, places, situations, resentments, upsets – everything that you can think of that gets in the way of your peace of mind.

It's very important that you start with the names of persons that you are married to/divorced/deeply connected to; your children, closest family members, friends, business associates, addresses of all your homes, businesses – most importantly, persons that you have had intimate relations with; and persons that have passed on. List as many upsets as you can remember, specially matters around money/business/health… anything that brings up for you shame, guilt, blame, helplessness. There could a dozen plus pages. This is all good. Just writing them will begin the process of release. Bring those pages with you.

During the prayer, we’ll be doing a short breathing exercise; and you’ll be asked to share your name. The rest will be done by the Divinity! Peaceful and loving…

I look forward to being with you and sharing this wonderful prayer…

Peace be with you…

Doria (DC) Cordova

Here’s is a pic of the Haleakala crater, which will be mentioned in the prayer... You can Google that word

If you wish to learn more about the prayer, Joe Vitale wrote the book, At Zero, and I wrote the Foreword where I share more details: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00GDBVBYO/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?ie=UTF8&btkr=1
www.MabelKatz.com also teaches about the process.

We love getting the word out about this wonderful prayer...

Aloha Nui Loa (With all My Love)

Doria (DC) Cordova is a humanitarian, philanthropist, and author. She is the Global Business Developer for the world’s leading solar architect, Huang Ming, who created the only Solar Valley and city in the world.
DC is a Mentor of Nurturing through her work with high-level entrepreneurs and business leaders. She is a “Connector” with a special gift for bringing together diverse successful Social Entrepreneurs from around world.

The essence of her work is to not only focus on the bottom line and profits but also to offer products and services that add value to humanity.
She is the only Latin woman that was part of the group of pioneers, led by Marshall Thurber and Bobbi DePorter of http://www.Supercamp.com, that began the development of the transformational, experiential, entrepreneurial training industry. She inherited the work over 33 years ago which has now expanded to what it’s today through countless partners, associates, teams, graduates and the support of many.

Her purpose: to uplift humanity’s consciousness through socially-responsible businesses.
Her mission: to transform educational systems around the world and eradicate poverty and hunger.


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Keywords: Ho'oponopono, Haleakala, forgiveness, reconciliation, Doria Cordova

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