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Ho’oponopono helps us to regain our inner power

QA May

I am writing to you from Mexico City. It has been a few very busy days. And as I am a little tired, I am also very grateful for the opportunities that always open up here.

Yesterday I received an email from Marcela (a student of mine with certain gifts) where she sent me messages about my granddaughter, and then said: “Also, I wanted to tell you that Dr. Ihaleakalá is in Mexico and he will go to the seminars. Thank you, thank you, thank you. See you on Saturday.”

I hope you can come and feel the energy of the training. Right now, the options for English trainings are New Jersey in July, or Zagreb in November.

And for now, I would like to invite you to my spiritual gym. Of course, we’re not going to lift weights and build up biceps. We’re looking for inner strength and real power to help us live happy and creative lives.

Unfortunately, most of us tend to believe power is about the strength of the physical body, the position you hold in society, or the wealth and influence you have over others. Of course, this is the power of the small self—illusions that aren’t real and don’t last. Bodies fade, money comes and goes, and leaders change. Power is a fickle master and built on a house of sand.

And then there is the power we foolishly seek to hold over life itself—you know, the control we want over friends, family, co-workers, or the power we’d like to have so that life turns out just the way we want it to. Of course, this is like asking the universe to make it rain when we need rain. It is impossible. And what happens when we don’t believe we have power over life (our external conditions)? We feel anxious, fearful, out of control, and helpless. It is this illusionary drive for power (control) that makes us so unhappy.

Fortunately, there is a solutionWe just need to start looking for power in the right places. The real places. We will also regain our power by redefining power itself.

I hope you will come to understand in this special Q&A that there are many ways to regain your authentic power. Ho’oponopono can help. It’s like going to the gym. It will make you stronger in different ways. For starters, we must recognize the illusion of this earthly world—our bodies will peak and decline, money will come and go, and power constantly shifts. Nothing is permanent. Now, instead of this thought filling us with despair, this should empower us to know that our real power must come from a deeper place—from Soul.

And once we understand that our power comes from Soul, it is easier to realize that we only have control (and power) over ourselves—our minds and hearts, our consciousness, and all the attachments and fears we choose to surrender. From this sacred place, we become soft and compassionate with life. We realize that our true power is not something we can see; it lies deep within our hearts. Continue along this path and, ultimately, you will gain the humility and clarity of thought which will allow you to see that love is the energy and power of the Soul.

Come to my spiritual gym and discover just how powerful you are.

With love,

Mabel Katz

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