How to do Ho’oponopono meditation

Many around the world believe Ho’oponopono is a prayer, mantra, or form of meditation. And to a degree, they are right. After all, Ho’oponopono is a way of observing our thoughts and letting them go.

Ho’oponopono is a way of asking God to inspire and guide you with what is right and perfect for you. And it would also be correct to assume that the Ho’oponopono technique of repeating the words “thank you” or “I love you” is a mantra of sorts.

I call Ho’oponopono my 24-7 meditation—an ancient way to reach high states of awareness, moment by moment.

Ho’oponopono is all of these things—prayer, mantra, and meditation. But let’s be clear: Ho’oponopono is much more than that.  At its fundamental core, Ho’oponopono is an ancient Hawaiian art of problem-solving that helps us achieve greater clarity of purpose while helping us live and work more effectively.

Ho’oponopono prayer words

The first thing you should know is that all the trigger words that Ho’oponopono has are interchangeable and are the link engine that will make you be in harmony with the universe and that, according to the functioning of this ancient Hawaiian art, will connect you with the divinity; thus helping you to let go of that problem that afflicts you day by day and that does not make you feel good.

Several problems could disturb our inner peace. Ho’oponopono tools work for everyone, with any kind of problems, and the goal is to be at peace no matter what is going on around us. The most used and known are: “thank you” and “I love you”.

The aforementioned can be more than enough to practice Ho’oponopono correctly. Yes, I called it “The Easiest Way” for a reason. However, you should know that these are not the only words.

“Thank you” and “I love you” are keys to a better life, and there are as many alternative prayer or trigger words as you can also find your own.

Give Ho’oponopono a try, it can really change your life for the better! Trust your inspiration.

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