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Preparing, releasing before the Full Moon on 12/12/2019

In preparation for the upcoming full moon Fillem up ceremony/ritual, end of year reflecting and setting intentions for the new year; I share with you something I personally found useful that a friend of mine shared with me and i lovingly share with you. I hope you find it useful.

Make a list of people (only their name, the surname does not matter) that you feel take away energy from you in some way.


Anyone that you have negative thoughts about, unresolved emotions, feelings of revenge, hurt, unspoken words, jealousy, anger or resentment, or any type of discomfort. Bring up anybody or even an event that gives you a ‘negative hit'. Try not to become engaged with the emotions that come up for you at this point – merely make a note of the name.


They can be living people or dead, people from the present or from years ago. The important thing is what you feel about them.


Once your list is complete, now _feel_ why you added their name to this list. Write the emotion that comes up for you next their name, if you can’t describe the emotion just write ‘negative’ or ‘unresolved’. From your heart to his or her heart, write a blessing to each one of them, a positive heartfelt wish for them, if you need to forgive them do so from the heart, or if you feel you need to be forgiven ask them to forgive you, make a heartfelt plea to be forgiven.

This is used in the context of understanding that w This is used in the context of understanding that we are all one, and what we do to others is done to all, and what others do to us is done to all, including the ‘so called’ perpetrator. It’s much more complex, but that is the gist of it... place your hand over the names you've written and say the Ho'o'ponapona prayer three times. all one, and what we do to others is done to all, and what others do to us is done to all, including the ‘so called’ perpetrator. It’s much more complex, but that is the gist of it... place your hand over the names you've written and say the Ho'o'ponapona prayer three times.



There is a wonderful Hawaiian benediction know as "Ho’oponopono" which essentially means:

I LOVE YOU

I AM SORRY

PLEASE FORGIVE ME

THANK YOU

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