Please forgive me,
I love you.
Mornah ultimately left Hawaii and lectured and taught all over the US, Europe, and Asia. Huge crowds followed her. Ho’oponopono turned out to be such an effective tool that scientists, universities, and international organizations became interested. The United Nations and the World Health Organization invited Mornah to lecture; today, millions of people do this practice. Morrnah offered the world this treasure, as a gift to the entire planet, as a return to source, a return home.
Allow the Divine into Your Life
Morrnah said that modern westerners find it very difficult to put analytical thinking aside and get closer to their Higher Self. She believed that westerners reach intellectual heights but often end up feeling separated. By falling into the trap of analysis and overthinking, they do not allow the Divine into their lives. They don’t understand that the outside world is not an independent creation; it is only a reflection of their own interior life. Morrnah taught that every stress, illness, or problem in relationship can be healed by working with the self.
Morrnah predicted the breakdown of the political system in Europe. In the Fall of l989, she went to Warsaw and Czechoslovakia, widely taught Ho’oponopono, and a few weeks later, the Berlin Wall fell. Morrnah announced that her task on Earth had been completed and she quietly passed.
How does Ho’oponopono work? It removes the negative effects of thoughts, words, emotions, and deeds from your mind, body, and energy field, cleansing you physically, mentally, and spiritually. It’s a short but powerful ritual of repentance, forgiveness, and transmutation, the three fundamental Ho’oponopono principles. The result is we return to our previously undamaged essence, a place where all we know is unconditional love.
We all know the truth of this statement: “Hurt people hurt people.”
From the moment of your first betrayal in life, whether for you it happened in the womb, or in infancy, or when you were three or four, your view of the world changed from one of love and light to one of pain. Chances are, you may remember something that happened to you when you were young that has stayed with you all these years; some basic betrayal that has been nearly impossible to forgive. The hurt has remained to this day, whether you are conscious of it or not. Allow yourself to benefit from this method of forgiveness and prayer:
Please forgive me,
I love you.
I want to tell you another story about this amazing practice: a few years ago, in Hawaii, at the State Hospital, there was a special ward, a clinic for the mentally ill criminal. People who had committed extremely serious crimes were sent there – crimes like murder, rape, kidnapping, and worse. According to a nurse that worked there in those years, the place was so bleak that not even the paint could stick to the walls: everything was decaying, terrifying, and depressing. No day would pass without an inmate attacking another inmate or a member of the staff.
The people working there were so frightened that they would walk close to the walls if they saw an inmate coming their way in a corridor, even though the prisoners were all shackled, all the time. The inmates were never brought outside to get fresh air. Staff quit often and keeping positions filled was a chronic problem.