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Challenging obstacles? Here’s the answer

transform your life QA September

Hope you’re doing well! Remember that the key is to keep letting go and trusting, and that’s what today’s post is about – to show you a new opportunity to do so.

Have you noticed that there are sweet moments in our lives when we don’t have a care in the world? It is as if we are walking through a rose garden, with the wind at our back, sun in our face, and loving friends and family surrounding us. In these moments, it is easy to breathe in joy and peace as we fall in love with life. These are precious moments where (if we’re awake) we can hear the whisper of God in our hearts.

But you know as well as I do that these moments don’t last forever. We live in a physical body and a very human and chaotic world. There will always be pain and struggle, despair, sadness, and melancholy. Life will have rough, bumpy roads filled with obstacles and hardships beyond comprehension. The only question that remains is how we will choose to live in these moments. How will we embrace our spiritual beingness as we continue to seek peace and joy? How do we meet our challenges and still see the same abundant Universe?

I know that Ho’oponopono is one of the most powerful tools you could have in your life. It could change your life forever. Click here and join me for this month’s special Q&A to let me show you how.

Viktor Frankl is known to millions as the author of Man’s Search for Meaning, his powerful Holocaust memoir. In this book, he goes into all the ways of thinking that enabled him to survive imprisonment in a concentration camp and find meaning in life despite all the odds and horrific conditions. Frankl’s lesson for us is clear: We always retain the ability to choose our attitude—to see the light or darkness, meaning or hopelessness, love or fear.

Or, as I like to say, there will always be problems — how we react to the problems counts. Again, we can respond with bitterness and hopelessness, or we can respond with love and light. For Viktor Frankl, one of his great transformational tools was human kindness. He went to great lengths to find it in a concentration camp, choosing to see the light instead of the darkness. He would tell you that the choice saved his life. I couldn’t agree more. However, I would also add other transformative tools, including truth and awareness, forgiveness, gratitude, and personal responsibility, related to my beloved Ho’oponopono and Zero Frequency®.

As we shine light and love onto the obstacles we face, we must learn to be kind to ourselves and allow ourselves to feel lost and hurt. We should also remind ourselves that God puts things in our path so that we will have to tap into the higher part of our awareness—to discover our true Divinity. Once we do this, our struggles will awaken us to our spirituality, where we begin to see the blessings in our problems. Of course, this doesn’t make them go away (or our pain), but it will bring meaning and light to them, transforming our obstacles into a path for love, peace, and spiritual abundance. And that, my friends, is why we have chosen to be on this earth.

I hope you’ll join me for this very special class. It’s going to be powerful.

With love,

Mabel Katz


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You can participate from ANYWHERE in the World! If you can’t be live during the class, you may still submit your questions and listen to the recording later.

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