Author: Kamailelauli'I Rafaelovich, Ihaleakala Hew Len
Author: Ihaleakala Hew Len, Kamailelauli'I Rafaelovich
BLUE ICE: Partner with the Child, MsKr SITH® Conversations, Book 4: This book is the fourth in a series of books on the use and application of Self I-Dentity through Ho'oponopono (SITH®), an ancient Hawaiian problem solving method, updated by Kahuna Lapa'au Morrnah Nalamaku Simeona. SITH® can be used by any individual to release stress and bring about freedom and balance. BLUE ICE: Partner with the Child is a compilation of discussions from an ongoing radio program called MsKr SITH® Conversations between Kamailelauli'I Rafaelovich and Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len about SITH®. In the book these two master practitioners discuss how SITH®, as a way of life, has transformed their lives through moment-by-moment cleaning and what they do when problems arise. This book focuses on ways to strengthen the relationship with the Inner Child.
Author: Momilani Ramstrum
Author: Ulrich E. Duprée
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Powerful yet concise, this revolutionary guide summarizes the Hawaiian ritual of forgiveness and offers methods for immediately creating positive effects in everyday life. Exploring the concept that everyone is deeply connected — despite feelings of singularity and separation — four tenets are disclosed for creating peace with oneself and others: I am sorry, Please forgive me, I love you, and Thank you. Offering practical exercises, this simple four-step system encourages readers to focus on difficult conflicts within personal relationships and heal the past. By addressing these issues, owning one's feelings, and accepting unconditional love, unhealthy situations transform into favorable experiences. The final chapters delve into love, relationships, health, career and healing the planet.
Author: Joe Vitale
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
New stories and new processes that outline the fourth stage of awakening of ho'oponopono Author Joe Vitale's previous book, Zero Limits, presented a unique self-help breakthrough focused on helping overworked, overstressed individuals overcome obstacles and achieve their goals. It was the first book to explain how a secret Hawaiian method called ho'oponopono can help people experience health, wealth, happiness, and more. It empowered thousands of readers to take control of everything in their lives in order to achieve all they’ve ever dreamed of. At Zero starts where Zero Limits left off. It offers new stories, explains new process, and reveals the fourth stage of awakening. Explains the process called "cleaning," to delete programs and beliefs that you aren't aware of Shows how repeating the phrases I love you, I'm sorry, Please forgive me, Thank you can help you reach Divinity Life will always present you with challenges. The practice of ho'oponopono, as revealed by author Joe Vitale, guides you through the journey of life with the tools you need to rid yourself of hindrances and open yourself up to infinite possibilities.
The Easiest Way
Author: Mabel Katz
Publisher: Your Business Press
The Easiest Way is a practical guide for applying spiritual principles to get past blocks to having what you want in your life. Based on Ho'oponopono, an ancient art from the Hawaiian culture, we learn that life is easy... we are the ones making it difficult and we can learn how to get out of our own way! The Special Edition now includes The Easiest Way to Understanding Ho'oponopono, The Clearest Answers to Your Most Frequently Asked Questions.
Author: Paul Jackson
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
HO'OPONOPONO FOR BEGINNERS- A Complete Practical Guide To Successful Ho'oponopono Practice:Everything you need to know about the Spiritual Practice that is sweeping the globe & changing the lives of all it touches... INCLUDES- -Beginners Guide to Ho'oponopono -Ho'oponopono Origins & History -Ho'oponopono Philosophy -How & Why It Works -Simple Step by Step Instructions -Practical Tips for Success Through Ho'oponopono -Sample Mantras EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO BEGIN PRACTISING HO'OPONOPONO RIGHT AWAY...Ho'oponopono (Ho Oh Pono Pono) roughly translated as "to make right", "to correct", is an ancient transformational and healing technique originating in Hawaii. Its simple message of 100% responsibility, repentance, and gratitude has been changing the lives of all it touches. Originally practiced by the native Hawaiians, Ho'oponopono was primarily a group based ceremony, used to solve community based problems and disputes and it has ties and similarities to many indigenous shamanic practices found throughout the world.The Ancient Hawaiians understood the power of the mind. Centuries before mainstream science they identified the distinction between the Conscious, Subconscious, and Super-Conscious minds, and the part they play in forming our present day circumstances.This knowledge was considered so important that they built their whole belief system Huna (The Secret) around it...Huna's main focus was on resolving community based disputes and problems. They discovered the best way to accomplish this was by understanding and controlling the power of the Subconcious Mind- The Ho'oponopono process was one of the most powerful tools they had in achieving this. It was used to clean and 'reset' the mind, leaving it free and open to the positive influences that are constantly being sent to it from theDivine Universal Consciousness.It was updated by Morrnah Simeona in the late 90s to better reflect the demands of the modern world. No longer needing a collective the process could now be practised individually.Since then Ho'oponopono has been quietly but steadily spreading around the globe, gathering rave reviews and devotees as it goes.So what exactly is Ho'oponopono? Is it really so easy? Does it work? Why does it work? How do you do it? What can it do for me?This book will answer these questions and many more, examining its origins, development, and the philosophy that underpins it.It will provide you with all the knowledge and information you need, guiding you through the Ho'oponopono process step by step with sample mantras so you can begin practising right away.We'll look at why this deceptively easy, but extremely powerful process, is changing the lives of all it touches.And show you how it can change yours too...
In this book, I share my experiences about the incredible way of Ho’oponopono, and how it turned out to be the easiest and most effective way for me. I sincerely hope it will be that way for you too.
What was easy just got easier with the Special Edition of the book that started it all, The Easiest Way, now including this special bonus, The Easiest Way to Understanding HO'OPONOPONO, The Clearest Answers to Your Most Frequently Asked Questions. The Easiest Way to Understanding HO'OPONOPONO, answers the what, where, when and why about cleaning. Cleaning is simply erasing your memories and bringing you back to zero, so that Inspiration (God, Love) can guide you.
Return to Zeropoint II
Author: Robert F. Ray
Ho’oponopono seems like magic, but it is not magic at all. It is real and within your grasp. Return to Zeropoint is our system of teaching how to use Ho’oponopono in an easy and straightforward manner. We take away the pain of learning and get to the nuts and bolts without struggle and strife. Leave your problems and pain behind, and move forward with the life of joy that you deserve. It is within your grasp.
Author: Anand Pandian, M. P. Mariappan
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Ayya’s Accounts explores the life of an ordinary man—orphan, refugee, shopkeeper, and grandfather—during a century of tremendous hope and upheaval. Born in colonial India into a despised caste of former tree climbers, Ayya lost his mother as a child and came of age in a small town in lowland Burma. Forced to flee at the outbreak of World War II, he made a treacherous 1,700-mile journey by foot, boat, bullock cart, and rail back to southern India. Becoming a successful fruit merchant, Ayya educated and eventually settled many of his descendants in the United States. Luck, nerve, subterfuge, and sorrow all have their place along the precarious route of his advancement. Emerging out of tales told to his American grandson, Ayya’s Accounts embodies a simple faith—that the story of a place as large and complex as modern India can be told through the life of a single individual.
An in-depth overview of the emerging concept; Mobile Health (mHealth), mHealth Multidisciplinary Verticals links applications and technologies to key market and vendor players. It also highlights interdependencies and synergies between various stakeholders which drive the research forces behind mHealth. The book explores the trends and directions where this vertical market is headed. Divided into nine sections, the book covers a number of multidisciplinary verticals within the field of mHealth such as: Preventive and curative medicine Consumer and patient-centric approaches Psychological, behavioral, and mental verticals Social perspectives Education, adoption, and acceptance Aged care and the aging population Regional, geographical, and public-health perspectives Technology implications Cloud applications The book collates emerging and diverse mHealth applications into a single resource. The result of extensive research, the book is a collaborative effort between experts from more than 20 countries, who have been carefully reviewed and selected by the team of reviewers. It takes a multidisciplinary approach to health informatics and provides a roadmap to current and future directions of mHealth.
Voicing the Ineffable
Author: Siglind Bruhn
Publisher: Pendragon Press
The relationship between music and religion has long been a clearly delineated one. Up to the late Middle Ages, music employed for ritual expressions of faith in sacred contexts was contrasted with secular music, then mostly played in open spaces. The former was believed to aid in the communication of divine truths, while the latter was suspected of arousing sensuality and thus potentially leading away from the spiritual perspective of life. In subsequent centuries, music entered first the courtly salons, then the concert hall and the home. Such music, created for virtuoso performance or for the enjoyment in private chambers, occasionally made room for an expression of religious experiences outside the dedicated spaces of worship. This aspect is particularly intriguing in instrumental music, where allusions to extra-musical messages are at best hinted at in titles or explanatory notes, and in those cases of vocal music where it can be shown that the musical language adds significant nuances to the verbal text. On the basis of various case studies that transcend a music-analytical approach in the direction of the hermeneutic perspective, this volume explores in which ways the musical language in itself, independently of an explicitly sacred context, communicates the ineffable. The discussion focuses on the musical means and devices employed to this effect and on the question what the presence of religious messages in certain works of secular music tells us about the spirituality of an era.