Ho'oponopono Workshop Making it right with yourself, your family and your ancestors
Time & Location
About The Event
Ho'oponopono Zoom Workshop
Making it right with ourselves and our ancestors
Facilitated by Anna Raimondi
When: Wednesday, April 15th
Time: 7:30 pm - 8:00 pm sign-in
Workshop begins at 8:00 pm
Fee: $35 Via paypal.com to firstname.lastname@example.org or Venmo to TranquilSpirit Raimondi
Ho'oponopono means to make right. Essentially, it means to make it right with the ancestors; to make right with the people with whom you have relationships. We believe that the original purpose of Ho'oponopono was to correct the wrongs that had occurred in someone's life including Hala (to miss the thing aimed for; to err; to disobey) and Hewa (to go overboard; to do something to excess) which were illusions, and even 'Ino (to do harm; imply to do harm to someone with hate in mind), even if accidental.
In the Eastern traditions too, there is a real tradition of being aligned with, and cleaning up, relations with ancestors. In Japanese, Chinese, as well as the Hawaiian tradition, it is thought to be important to align and clean up any past problems that you've had in relationships, especially with relatives.
At the same time, perhaps there are family patterns you do not want. Certainly you have heard the saying, "We just don't do that in our family," or "That's the way it is in our family." What is happening is that certain generational themes get passed along in families, e.g., sadness or any number of different traits. Ho'oponopono will allow you to clean this up.
THEORY: As a part of the Unconscious Mind, we carry inside us all the significant people in our lives. The process of Ho'oponopono is to align with and clean up our genealogy as well as to clean up our relationships with others in our lives.
Please join me in this journey to strengthen our relations, both past and present.