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Here’s some audio of the ho’oponopono prayer for deep healing and forgiveness:

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MORE IDEAS FROM Understanding Ho'oponopono: A Beautiful Hawaiian Prayer for Forgiveness

People who struggle with the concept of forgiveness– both for themselves and for others– often find comfort in a deeply healing age-old practice that comes from Hawai’i. The beautiful Hawaiian Prayer for Forgiveness is called “Ho’oponopono” (pronounced HO-oh-Po-no-Po-no ), and it’s lovely.

This ancient Hawaiian practice of forgiveness functions as both a communication concept for reconciliation and a tool for restoring self-love and balance.

In practice, it works sort of like a mantra for self-love. And, even more surprisingly, it’s super simple.

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