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10 Happiness Practices From Around the World | SUCCESS

Hawaii: ‘Ho‘oponopono’

Hawaii: ‘Ho‘oponopono’

It is a mantra used to make changes on the inside.

Instead of harboring resentment toward others, take a deep breath and understand your feelings before discussing them with someone who has done you harm.

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