Practicing Ho’oponopono from the brain and from the heart are two completely different things!

The Ho’oponopono is a very simple Hawaiian practice which can help you heal yourself and transform your life. If you practice it efficiently and long enough to start noticing the transformation. It can even help others around you.

This practice comes from the Hawaiian way of life, which states that we create all that is around us, thus we are completely responsible for everything we see around us. The only way to change what is outside is to start changing within. In order to do so, we need to be willing to accept that we are not perfect and that we have errors within, which we need to change. We have to change the way we think and believe and to take full responsibility of how our actions affects our reality.

The simple yet profound way to do it is to fully accept the responsibility for the way we feel about us and about others and to be willing to  ask for forgiveness, to be grateful for all that is happening to us and to be able send our unconditional love to everything and everyone where the conflict exist. In a practical sense, what you do is put your intention to the person or a situation which you find conflicting and you say:

“I am sorry. Please forgive me. Thank you. I love you.”

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How to work on opening and expanding your heart chakra?

Most of my life, my heart was closed. I didn’t even realize that until one day my best friend made an observation and told me that. I was in a shock! I have considered myself as a friendly person, willing to help, open-minded, good-mannered, optimistic, positively oriented, so I unconsciously assumed that I was a heart-opened person too! How wrong I was! It turned out that I totally didn’t know what it was like to have an open heart  .

Once I became aware that I need to work on my heart area, I started paying more attention to it. I intuitively started doing simple techniques to help me open my heart. This is how I did it:

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Why is important to open your heart (chakra)?

“Open your heart.”

That is what I have been hearing all my life.

The phrase that keeps appearing in romantic movies, in famous songs, in religion, even in commercials, it keeps popping up just everywhere. Some people who wanted to give me an advise, also told me to open my heart, or to follow my heart. Everybody repeats this phrase, but it seems that nobody really understands it. Or maybe we never asked what it really means. I thought this phrase was only meant to emphasize certain romantic situation.

The truth is, I never really asked myself what it means to have an open heart. I remember noticing around those who are more sensitive than others, but I didn’t pay much attention to it.

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Ho’oponopono practice – does it really work? (How it helped me to transform my marriage and my life.)


It looked too simple to work as it was promised. All you needed to do is to focus about what troubles you and to say:

„I am sorry. Please forgive me. Thank you. I love you.“

The idea is that we are all creators of what we experience, having a complete responsibility for the life we have created. We are responsible for both things we like and don´t like. The image on the outside is created by what we hold on the inside. So, in order to change our reality, we need to change how we feel and what we think. Once we change that, our reality is changing too. But many times, we are resistant to see that. We are stubborn to realize it is us who manifest situations we don´t like.  And many times, we are stubborn to accept that we need to change if we want to change the reality. We go into a never-ending cycle of blaming others, blaming different circumstances, having different excuses.

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