If you feel inspired to do so, join me in my Ho’oponopono meditation to clean and erase the programs I share with Christina which are contributing to her health issues.
UPDATE: Christina passed this plane Sunday morning, Jan. 24, 2010
You can continue to use this video to help you to clean memories associated with liver and kidney issues, of your own or someone with failing liver or kidneys or needing a liver transplant. Where I say her name, replace it with yours or your friend’s.
[Previous Update:(From Becky Davidson) Christina was rejected for the liver transplant list. As we feared, they felt she was too sick to even survive the operation. Also, they try to be really sure that a candidate will not reject the organ, as apparently this is a horrific situation, much worse than what one suffers with the initial liver disease. Christina has weighed a few options presented to her and has decided that she will come to our home for hospice care. This land has been her home for the past few years, and it is where she will be most comfortable. We will continue to work on her healing and are asking that you keep her in your focus also. We are not only believers in miracles, but creators of them too! “]
When I heard of Christina’s kidney and liver failure – for the first time since hearing of the failing health of family and acquaintances – I did not feel helpless. I did not feel like I couldn’t do anything about it.
I recall in my first Beginning C&E event at RSE (1994), Ramtha said the reason we can’t look a cripple in the eye; the reason we can’t look a bum in the eye is because we forgot how to heal them.
Recently I realized, the only way I can potentially help anyone is by taking care of myself first. I must take responsibility for whatever is in me that has contributed to another person’s woes… when they come into my awareness it means their woe is STILL IN ME. Even if it is at the fringe of my perception, it is in my perception and it is mine.
But, I can’t analyze it and try to figure out exactly what is our connection. It is somewhere in the subconscious mind. My subconscious mind knows; I don’t have to. It can petition Divinity to erase the programs that are playing unceasing in my mind. I just need to ask. I just need to make the choice for Freedom.
Ho’oponopono is an ancient practice that has been updated for our times. While it stems from Hawai’i, its ancient roots are in Lemuria.
It is simple. Just saying “I love you” and/or “Thank You” starts the cleaning.
Ramtha’s teaching on Forgiveness and Love from 1981, which was published in the February 1998 Golden Thread says it all. I ‘coincidentally’ pulled it out of a bag of old Golden Threads a few days after experiencing my first Ho’oponopono weekend seminar on DVD.
With no expectations, I share this meditation with others. The important thing is that I have done it for me. If it inspires you in any way: if it contributes to Christina’s healing, that is a bonus. I know it is cleaning memories from my subconscious programming that I share with Christina and I thank her for being in my life.
To learn more about Ho’oponopono, visit http://www.miraclesandinspiration.com for a listing of free audios and videos and a glossary of cleaning tools that may answer your questions about why things like strawberries and the word Hawai’i are in this video.
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Enjoy and Thank you.