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Faster EFT and Ho’oponopono

Monday, April 9, 2018 11:19
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Faster EFT and Ho’oponopono

Here is another way to work with FasterEFT by yourself, combining it with Ho’oponopono while tapping simultaneously. Last year I went through some intense emotional pain and there were times that this was the most transformational way I got myself through those times.

I was struggling in resistance so much, not able to break through and release my pain. Suddenly I found myself with these words over and over again like a prayer as my hands reached up to my face automatically to begin tapping:

I’m So Sorry
Please Forgive Me
I Love You
Thank You

This is taught in FasterEFT training and seminars but I wanted to highlight it here as a helpful reminder that it can be this simple when we don’t know what to say about a problem we’re dealing with. Like a mantra over and over as you tap each round for relief. Try it out and see what happens. For me the experience I was having was profoundly transformed into nurturing, loving feelings and peaceful state of mind.


In this video I talk about my interpretation of the words but you can find out more about Ho’oponopono history and background here:

Faster EFT and Ho’oponopono

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Traditional practice

Hoʻoponopono” is defined in the Hawaiian Dictionary[11] as “mental cleansing: family conferences in which relationships were set right through prayer, discussion, confession, repentance, and mutual restitution and forgiveness.” Literally, hoʻo is a particle used to make an actualizing verb from the following noun, as would “to” before a noun in English. Here, it creates a verb from the noun pono, which is defined as

…goodness, uprightness, morality, moral qualities, correct or proper procedure, excellence, well-being, prosperity, welfare, benefit, true condition or nature, duty; moral, fitting, proper, righteous, right, upright, just, virtuous, fair, beneficial, successful, in perfect order, accurate, correct, eased, relieved; should, ought, must, necessary.

Ponopono is defined as “to put to rights; to put in order or shape, correct, revise, adjust, amend, regulate, arrange, rectify, tidy up, make orderly or neat”.

Faster EFT and Ho'oponoponoHo’oponopono is a little known but extremely powerful self-transformation technique.

Ho’oponopono originated from Hawaii and was originally taught by Morrnah Nalamaku Simeona. Morrnah was a healer and in 1983 she received a great honor by being designated as a living treasure of Hawaii. She was teaching Ho’oponopono to small and large groups of people as well as to hospitals, colleges and even to United Nations personnel. She also founded “The Foundation of I, Self-Identity through Hoʻoponopono” to promote principles of Ho’oponopono around the world.

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Faster EFT and Ho’oponopono

Hoʻoponopono (ho-o-pono-pono) is an ancient Hawaiian practice of reconciliation and forgiveness. Similar forgiveness practices were performed on islands throughout the South Pacific, including Samoa, Tahiti and New Zealand. Traditionally hoʻoponopono is practiced by healing priests or kahuna lapaʻau among family members of a person who is physically ill. Modern versions are performed within the family by a family elder, or by the individual alone.

Polynesian antecedents

In many Polynesian cultures, it is believed that a person’s errors (called hara or hala) caused illness. Some believe error angers the gods, others that it attracts malevolent gods, and still others believe the guilt caused by error made one sick. “In most cases, however, specific ‘untie-error’ rites could be performed to atone for such errors and thereby diminish one’s accumulation of them.”

Among the islands of Vanuatu in the South Pacific, people believe that illness usually is caused by sexual misconduct or anger. “If you are angry for two or three days, sickness will come,” said one local man. The therapy that counters this sickness is confession. The patient, or a family member, may confess. If no one confesses an error, the patient may die. The Vanuatu people believe that secrecy is what gives power to the illness. When the error is confessed, it no longer has power over the person.

Like many other islanders, including Hawaiians, people of Tikopia in the Solomon Islands, and on Rarotonga in the Cook Islands, believe that the sins of the father will fall upon the children. If a child is sick, the parents are suspected of quarreling or misconduct. In addition to sickness, social disorder could cause sterility of land or other disasters. Harmony could be restored only by confession and apology.

In Pukapuka, it was customary to hold sort of a confessional over patients to determine an appropriate course of action in order to heal them.
Similar traditions are found in Samoa, Tahiti, and among the Maori of New Zealand

Classic EFT Ho’oponopono Tap

Faster EFT and Ho’oponopono

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