Once again, Happy 2024 to you and your family. I hope you have started the year happy, at peace, and healthy.
I’ve just arrived in Valencia, Spain. This Saturday I am presenting my first Ho’oponopono workshop of the year, and on Sunday, we are having a special and fun gathering that includes a sound bath.
I don’t know about you, but I feel a change in the air. Change is a beautiful and hopeful word. It reflects an openness to life and a willingness to look within your heart. But it can also bring fear. Fear to uncertainty. Now more than ever, we have to trust the unknown, let go of our old beliefs, and change our paradigm.
Paradigm is another powerful word that reflects the entire way we view the world and our approach to life and its challenges. And trust me, when you change your paradigm, you change your entire future. Let me show you how to get started in this month’s life-changing, hope-building, paradigm-shifting Q&A:
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Fundamentally, what drives your life are all the beliefs and memories you have stored in your subconscious mind, which you have turned into your own personal operating system. Think of yourself as the car and your beliefs and points of view as the gasoline that makes it run. You are only as powerful and happy, as what you put into the tank of your car. Your ability to create the future you desire depends on your ability to repattern your limiting paradigms and free yourself from the shackles of self-limiting beliefs.
To shift your paradigm, you must take responsibility for your physical and spiritual life, the cornerstone of the Ho’oponopono teachings and the first step on our journey. As soon as we take responsibility for our inner and outer world, we can then take an honest look at how we are behaving in the world. In the words of Albert Einstein, “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.”
If we want different results (and a different future), we need to look at the world with new eyes. We must see ourselves as the same fabric of Divinity itself—resilient, joyful, compassionate, loving, and infinitely powerful. From this viewpoint, it’s easy to let go and let God take care of the details of our lives. It’s easy to fall in love with life.
And when we fall in love with life, we become what we see. And as soon as we do, we can change our entire future. My friends, it is nothing short of a miracle.
Join me, and let’s share this wonderful journey (and miracle) together!
In addition, you will have access to all the resources of our Ho’oponopono Community for an entire month, such as the daily inspirational cards, the weekly inspirational audios, and exclusive 24-7 cleaning chat-forum, an exclusive library, and other benefits.