I’ve been paying attention and observing the attitudes of people around me who complain about money. I am sorry for whatever is in me that they don’t have money.
As Ho’oponopono teaches me, I take 100% responsibility for that, but I would like to share what I’ve noticed.
Sometimes people can’t see the big picture and aren’t willing to do things that they don’t enjoy or work longer hours and on weekends. If you interview people who’ve “made it” or have money, I can assure they will tell you that they made sacrifices to get there.
When you can see the big picture, you won’t call what you’re doing “sacrificing” because you won’t be judging what you’re doing now. You’re clear where you are going. If you do what you love you won’t call it work or sacrificing.
Sometimes you need to do certain things that aren’t pleasant to get the results you’re looking for. You might need to feel uncomfortable many times to get amazing results.
I’ve noticed that many people have opinions and judgments. They’re the first ones to criticize others. They know exactly what other people should be doing and how. These people aren’t willing to look at themselves. They aren’t willing to be more humble.
In order to do what you love, you might have to do things you don’t love as much, but as you look at the big picture, you’ll love them because they’re taking you where you want to go.
The beautiful thing about Ho’oponopono is that you don’t need to see the whole picture, because that part of you that knows better knows what the big picture is. It’s just waiting for you to give permission to bring you the right opportunities.
Be willing to do Ho’oponopono cleaning with the opportunities that present themselves in your lives. Be willing to be open. Please let go of your opinions and judgments, and you’ll see how doors start opening where you least expect it.
You’ll find more about Ho’oponopono on the Q & As of July, August and September, focused on money, relationships and finding your passion.