Learning From Ho’oponopono: No Expectations

If you do much study of the ho’oponopono method, you will eventually hear the directive ‘no expectations’. I used to find this teaching rather confusing, but also contradictory since ho’oponopono is often described as a means to solve problems. If I’m experiencing a problem and am using ho’oponopono, why should I not have an expectation … Read More

A Fundamental Question

Two spiritual teachers whose insights I have found to be valuable, Eckhart Tolle and Ihaleakala Hew Len, made the same observation, coming from different spiritual orientations: conscious living and ho’oponopono. The observation — The most important question within the life experience is ‘Who am I?’ Who am I. Why is this question so important? Because … Read More

Why I Don’t Follow My Own Advice

I’m an advocate for conscious living and for accepting what the life experience brings. So why don’t I follow my own advice? Well… I do follow my own advice — just not all the time. And why not? Because it’s very easy to revert to old patterns of living. But I’ve learned something… Using and … Read More