Bashar and Ho'oponopono

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Re: Bashar and Ho'oponopono

Post by Alice » Fri Nov 04, 2016 5:05 am

Newbie wrote:[
Nice!! I started using the solar water tool. I do it when I am at home during the day so like 3-4 days a week. Have been doing for two weeks. I also started with the pencil with eraser technique but haven't kept up. That was interesting in the way it happened. I was looking for a pencil with eraser and couldn't find one and two minutes later I found it in the same spot. So I took that as a sign from the Universe :lol: Well, I guess I should bring that pencil out and start erasing :P
You don't actually erase, you write out an issue and tap the eraser on the paper :) I do that, and the blue solar water, on and off myself.

The cleaning tool I use the most aside from the mantra, is a 3/4 full glass of water that I empty and refill every day. The idea is you are pouring off the energy of problems and starting afresh.

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Re: Bashar and Ho'oponopono

Post by Newbie » Fri Nov 04, 2016 8:08 pm

Alice wrote: You don't actually erase, you write out an issue and tap the eraser on the paper :) I do that, and the blue solar water, on and off myself.
Thanks for explaining the eraser technique.
The cleaning tool I use the most aside from the mantra, is a 3/4 full glass of water that I empty and refill every day. The idea is you are pouring off the energy of problems and starting afresh.
What are the steps for this? Do you leave the water for the entire day? Do you specifically direct your problems to the water?

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Re: Bashar and Ho'oponopono

Post by Alice » Fri Nov 04, 2016 10:33 pm

Newbie wrote:
Alice wrote: You don't actually erase, you write out an issue and tap the eraser on the paper :) I do that, and the blue solar water, on and off myself.
Thanks for explaining the eraser technique.
The cleaning tool I use the most aside from the mantra, is a 3/4 full glass of water that I empty and refill every day. The idea is you are pouring off the energy of problems and starting afresh.
What are the steps for this? Do you leave the water for the entire day? Do you specifically direct your problems to the water?
The 3/4 glass of water is always there on a ledge over the kitchen sink and I just keep emptying and refilling. If I am especially anxious I may do as described here:
Glass of water ~ a clear glass ¾ full of water placed in any room of your home will help clean and erase memories while you are not thinking about it. Change this water twice per day or more often if you are feeling especially anxious, worried or upset. You can write the name of the situation troubling you on a piece of paper and place the glass of water on top of it. Remember to change the water periodically throughout the day.

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Re: Bashar and Ho'oponopono

Post by Newbie » Sat Nov 05, 2016 3:17 am


The 3/4 glass of water is always there on a ledge over the kitchen sink and I just keep emptying and refilling. If I am especially anxious I may do as described here:
Glass of water ~ a clear glass ¾ full of water placed in any room of your home will help clean and erase memories while you are not thinking about it. Change this water twice per day or more often if you are feeling especially anxious, worried or upset. You can write the name of the situation troubling you on a piece of paper and place the glass of water on top of it. Remember to change the water periodically throughout the day.
Thank you :)

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Re: Bashar and Ho'oponopono

Post by Alice » Mon Nov 07, 2016 2:20 am

Newbie wrote:

The 3/4 glass of water is always there on a ledge over the kitchen sink and I just keep emptying and refilling. If I am especially anxious I may do as described here:
Glass of water ~ a clear glass ¾ full of water placed in any room of your home will help clean and erase memories while you are not thinking about it. Change this water twice per day or more often if you are feeling especially anxious, worried or upset. You can write the name of the situation troubling you on a piece of paper and place the glass of water on top of it. Remember to change the water periodically throughout the day.
Thank you :)
Happy cleaning :)

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Re: Bashar and Ho'oponopono

Post by Alice » Wed Jan 03, 2018 8:44 am

Background info on Dr. Hew Len:
https://hubpages.com/religion-philosoph ... ooponopono

Exchange with Elias channeled by Mary Ennis:

RODNEY: There’s a guy by the name of Doctor, I can’t pronounce his first name, it’s Hawaiian: H-E-W L-E-N, who is a proponent of ho oponopono. It’s an ancient system of mediating family disputes. That’s how it started, in Hawaii. Now, I have a sense, I don’t know this, because I’m not a historian. I have a sense that this man is singularly significantly different in his practice of this ho oponopono than other practitioners who claim to be, you know, ho oponopono.
I checked this out. It seems to be true. He’s a doctor. After several years of being invited to take charge of a mental hospital for the criminally insane, he continually refused. But after a period of time, he decided that this was a challenge he wanted to accept. So he took over the directorship. This is a very horrible place. They point out that the energies were so bad that they stopped trying to paint the walls because the paint would not stick. People were scared out of their wits to even be in the place.
He took over an office. He asked for a file on each of the patients. And he never really interacted with any of them. He did not engage them in any way, except of course his managerial duties with the staff.
Slowly but surely, the tension in the place began to release itself. People began to get, quote-unquote, “better,” act more and more like human beings. This progressed at such a rate that at the end of four years every patient except two had been released. That’s him sitting in a office, doing whatever he did, and these people are getting healed.
ELIAS: Changing the energy.
RODNEY: Changing the energy. Now; what fascinates me is how he views what he was doing.
ELIAS: And not participating in what you don’t like or what you don’t want. Yes.
RODNEY: Absolutely. Listen, I wrote this down: “What is going on in me?” He never worked – it says this: “This thing didn’t have anything to do with them.”
ELIAS: Precisely.
RODNEY: “It had everything to do with me. And it’s based on my being 100% responsible for myself.”
ELIAS: Yes.
RODNEY: What is the – quote — “What is going on in me, that I am experiencing this experience?” (Pause) And “I’ve experienced a patient-free environment. I experience the staff going crazy.” That sort of stuff. And he says he cleans himself. He said, I hope I can get this straight, “There’s information in me.” He calls it data, okay? “It’s the data in me that’s seeing the violence in them.”
ELIAS: Yes.
RODNEY: “It’s the data in me that’s doing that.” He quotes Shakespeare on a couple of occasions and other people. So, “I clear. I erase.” He uses the term “erase.” “I erase the data in me.”
ELIAS: Yes.
RODNEY: And he says he has a… He says, “Forgive me.” But he’s saying that to his soul. He’s not asking anybody else to forgive him. He’s not telling anybody else he forgives them. He is saying, “Forgive me.” And that’s a statement to his soul. Because as he sees it, the data, and he calls it data, is a veil.
ELIAS: Yes.
RODNEY: It’s a curtain. He can’t see through the data to the soul. And he wants to experience that.
Now, my sense of what he’s doing, because he’s had a tremendous effect on me, and I’m, from what I’ve read about other ho oponopono practitioners, they’re no wheres near where this guy is. He’s out there by himself, with a small circle of friends. But it would help me, because I’ve so accustomed myself to the terminology that you’ve been using, that you’ve been defining, the concepts, to view what he’s doing in your language.
ELIAS: The data that he expresses is the same as when I express guidelines.
RODNEY: Ah!
ELIAS: He is using a different word. It means the same. It is all the information that you each incorporate that is your design.
RODNEY: Of how things should be.
ELIAS: Yes. Or what is right and what is wrong and what is comfortable and what is uncomfortable.
RODNEY: Because it’s all about duplicity and acceptance.
ELIAS: It is a whole. That is all the data. All the ideas, all of the expressions, all of the judgments…
RODNEY: That we have not accepted.
ELIAS: Yes. Or that…
RODNEY: One of the ways in which I hoped…
ELIAS: …you accepted for yourself but you have not generated that recognition fully yet, that you continue to project it to every other individual. Just as this woman became. You project YOUR data, YOUR guidelines to her. And in that, you make HER responsible for what you are expressing. You are no longer being fully responsible for you.
You project it onto another individual. YOU are responsible for what I do, for how I perceive, for what I feel, for what I think. No! They are not. You are responsible for you.
RODNEY: That’s what he’s doing.
ELIAS: Yes. And in that, I would express that this may be an excellent example, for even in his ritual – ritual can be very beneficial, for it offers you a focal point, it offers you something to focus upon, to allow yourself to not be distracted and to engage a very specific action, that is what ritual does.
Now; in that, he incorporates the ritual as you express, or in his terms, a clearing. What that is doing is it is acknowledging all of that data or guidelines. They exist. He acknowledging them and he sets them to the side.
RODNEY: And he uses his concepts, but he’s so consistent with what you are telling us. The data stands between myself and my soul. I look at the data and I say, “I love you. Thank you for showing up to give me another opportunity to love you.” Truly acknowledging and accepting these ideas.
ELIAS: It is not a matter of fighting with yourself, my friend, or denying your expression.
RODNEY: The power of what he can do…
ELIAS: It is tremendous. And you incorporate that same power. You incorporate that same power in equal measure. It is a matter of recognizing, as I have expressed, you all view your world individually, through your own individual lenses, but you expect that your world is what you see through that lens. And it is not.
You very consistently and very often express to yourselves, to each other, even to myself: “I want to know what the official reality is. I know I create my reality, but what is the official reality? What is the real reality?” That is the real reality.
And every individual that exists upon your planet incorporates a slightly different one. Some incorporate a considerably different one. They are all real. They are all the official reality. There is no separate official reality. The difference in what this individual is doing is that he is recognizing his own lens.
RODNEY: He is such a likable guy.
ELIAS: And setting it to the side. Not denying it. Not ridding himself of it. But incorporating that personal responsibility: “This is mine. But it is only mine.”
And therefore, when I am expressing that interconnectedness that you so value, this is not a part of that.
This is MY guidelines, that helps me to function in my world in the least amount of conflict and what is the most comfortable FOR ME, and that reflects what I value the most. What is the most important to me. That is all of that data.
RODNEY: But it doesn’t say anything about the other people.
ELIAS: No. No. Theirs are all different, and it does not apply to them. It only applies to you.
Therefore, he views that. He acknowledges that, accepts it: “This is mine, but it is only mine. Therefore, when I am engaging the collective energy, I want to engage that collective energy without my expectations.”
Allow it to be what it is. When you express an energy of allowance and acceptance, all that you view that is wrong or that is annoying or that is bothersome or that is threatening dissolves. For you are projecting that first.
RODNEY: That’s the power of real acceptance.
ELIAS: Yes.
RODNEY: Awesome. I thank you.
ELIAS: You are very welcome.

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Re: Bashar and Ho'oponopono

Post by Alice » Sun May 06, 2018 5:30 am

Just re-read the above exchange...it is excellent.

Bump bump, bumpity bump...

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Re: Bashar and Ho'oponopono

Post by Alice » Wed May 16, 2018 7:38 am

http://www.zenchillblog.com/2007/02/how ... blems.html

Written by Raymond Salas

Does a Hawaiian therapist hold the secrets to an ancient system for solving all of our problems?


Ho'oponopono – The Hawaiian Art of Problem Solving

Ho’oponopono is the ancient Hawaiian art of problem solving taught and revised by Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len of the Foundation of I.

In Ho’oponopono, problems are seen as opportunities for us to take full responsibility for them and invite Love in to remove them. It is believed that Love knows exactly how to solve all of our problems, regardless of whatever we may be experiencing in any area of our lives at any time.


How Ho'oponopono Works

In Ho’oponopono, problems are viewed as replayed subconscious thoughts and memories from the past that are presenting themselves now to be released by us. These thoughts and memories within us cause all physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, relationship, and financial problems in our lives.

After we take 100% responsibility for these thoughts and memories (and their resulting effects and problems), we can then release them using Ho’oponopono and be free to act on the inspiration that follows.

With our invitation, the power of Love will transmute all of the erroneous thoughts causing all of our problems. In Ho’oponopono this mysterious process works like this:

The energy of Love first neutralizes the emotions that have caused the problems (e.g., fear, anger, blame, resentment, confusion, etc.).

After the energies from these thoughts and memories have been neutralized, Love then releases them.

After they have all been released, Love then fills the void created here with Itself, which will restore and renew everything involved in the former problem.


How to Use Ho'oponopono

The simplest way to begin using Ho’oponopono is by focusing on the thought “I love you.” In Ho’oponopono, this is a powerful tool that can be used on any problem.

To apply it, you don’t even need to have the feeling of “I love you.” Whenever you focus on this thought, you are inviting in Love to erase the subconscious memory causing the problem. Once removed, whatever is right and perfect for you will follow.

Another way to invite the power of Love in is to say “I am sorry. Please forgive me.” Again, this is a call to Love to clear our subconscious memories and allow inspiration in.

What are we sorry for?

For the thoughts within us that have caused the problems we are experiencing.

In “A Course In Miracles,” it says that regardless of the many different forms, “there is one problem and one solution. The problem is a grievance; the solution is a miracle. As I invite the solution to come through my forgiveness of the grievance, my welcome of the miracle takes its place.”

In other words, as we heal ourselves within and remember our Oneness with all, our world “out there” is healed and made whole.

As ACIM reminds us again: “There is no point in trying to change the world. It is incapable of change because it is merely an effect. But there is indeed a point in changing your thoughts about the world. Here you are changing the cause. The effect will change automatically.”

With Ho'oponopono, you don't even have to know what the problem is. You simply notice whenever you are experiencing a problem physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually, financially, or any other. Then, you begin immediately to clear and release the energy from the thoughts and memories causing the problem by saying, "I'm sorry. Please forgive me."

Other possible phrases and thoughts to use here include:

"I am sorry. Please forgive me for whatever is going on inside of me that is causing this problem."

"I am sorry for whatever's going on here. Please forgive me."

"I am sorry for the erroneous thoughts within me that have caused this problem. Please forgive me."

Dr. Len says that you can also take full responsibility for the problem by simply saying "thank you" to the Divine (God, Buddha, Christ, etc.), who will in return cleanse you and erase the problem.


The Key to Ho'oponopono

The key to Ho'oponopono can be found in the subjective reality model which is the basis for its foundation. From this perspective:

Our life, world, and its experiences are the result of our thoughts.
We are 100% responsible for creating all aspects of our life, world, and experiences.
There is no such thing as a life, world and universe “out there.” Everything is merely a thought and extension of our own mind “in here.”

Whatever we think of as our body and world are actually caused by memories (mostly) and inspiration (rarely) coming from our subconscious mind. Therefore, the key to all problem solving is to recognize that all problems with the body and world are the effects of these subconscious memories replaying within us. These memories are the common catalysts or “triggers” for all that we see and feel, how we act, and what we decide in our daily life.

Of course, the irony with all of this is that our conscious mind and intellect believe that they are running “the show,” solving our problems, and controlling our experiences, not these subconscious memories as taught in Ho'oponopono.

However, science has shown us that this is not necessarily the case and what Ho'oponopono is saying may actually be true.

Dr. Len shares that research studies cited in the book “User Illusion: Cutting Consciousness Down To Size” by Tor Norretranders prove that “decisions are made before consciousness (and the conscious mind) makes them. And that the intellect is not aware of this, believing that it decides.”


Dr. Len - The World's Most Unusual Therapist

Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len was a therapist first introduced to many by Joe Vitale in “The World’s Most Unusual Therapist.”

This article shares the intriguing story about Dr. Len when he worked as a therapist for the Hawaiian state mental hospital and cured the entire hospital of criminals, all without seeing or meeting with a single inmate.

How did he do it?

He simply looked at each patient’s file and then worked on healing himself to clear whatever was in him that created each patient and their condition. He did this by saying repeatedly “I’m sorry. I love you.” over and over again.

Within a couple of months, the patients started to get better until eventually, they were all cured, released, and the hospital was forced to shut down.

As Dr. Len reveals, "If you want to improve your life, you have to heal your life. If you want to cure anyone, even a mentally ill criminal you do it by healing you.”

Here, Dr. Len is reminding us of the incredible power we all have when we take 100% responsibility for every aspect and detail of our lives. If it’s in our life, it is our responsibility, no exceptions.


Living a Life with Zero Limits

Due to the response from his story and teachings, Dr. Len and Joe Vitale joined together to publish “Zero Limits” – The Secret Hawaiian System for Wealth, Health, Peace, and More.”

This book reveals the ancient wisdom of Ho'oponopono, as taught by Dr. Len, “for removing mental obstacles and freeing people to automatically manifest wealth, health, peace, and more - beyond all understanding.”

Can you imagine living a life without any limits or problems?

With Ho'oponopono, as revised and taught by Dr. Len, living a life with zero limits is not only a possibility, but it can also be a reality too.

Ho'oponopono blessing:
I LOVE YOU! THANK YOU!

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Re: Bashar and Ho'oponopono

Post by snape » Wed May 16, 2018 5:38 pm

So are these permisions slips or there is objective meaning? Especially the water thing, and something else bashar was saying about a ritual burning a paper for manifestation...isnt that a permission slip? So it works only if you believe it, why he mentions that as accelerating manifestation...contradicting things...

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Re: Bashar and Ho'oponopono

Post by Alice » Wed May 16, 2018 7:45 pm

snape wrote:
Wed May 16, 2018 5:38 pm
So are these permisions slips or there is objective meaning? Especially the water thing, and something else bashar was saying about a ritual burning a paper for manifestation...isnt that a permission slip? So it works only if you believe it, why he mentions that as accelerating manifestation...contradicting things...
Every tool or technique is a permission slip. We should use those that we are drawn to.

Interestingly though, with Ho'oponopono, it is said that you can mumble the mantra without feeling the words and it will still do the job. Mabel Katz,
who teaches Ho'op, says the words are "pass codes" to our God-self, our Divine aspect.

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Re: Bashar and Ho'oponopono

Post by snape » Wed May 16, 2018 9:02 pm

Is these things for healing or what?,which mantra?

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Re: Bashar and Ho'oponopono

Post by Alice » Wed May 16, 2018 9:24 pm

snape wrote:
Wed May 16, 2018 9:02 pm
Is these things for healing or what?,which mantra?
"I am sorry, please forgive me, thank you, I love you" (can be said in any order, in whole or in part).
That's the Ho'oponopono mantra.

If you prefer videos, there are a lot of them on youtube. Here are a couple.





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Re: Bashar and Ho'oponopono

Post by Alice » Tue May 22, 2018 9:22 am

With Ho'oponopono, she won 40 million in the lottery.



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