Ho’oponopono shows us that these memories are the part of us that thinks it knows what are the correct results, how things should be, and what is right and what is wrong.
We can’t avoid having expectations, but when they come up, you can clean, you can let go of the expectations. Then you’re open, like a little child. You don’t know what’s going to come.
Ho’oponopono is just like magic. When you do Ho’oponopono without expecting certain results, you’ll experience the best results. That’s why many times we say, “Expect miracles.” But you still clean and erase so you can really see the miracles because in your mind, maybe you think you know what the miracle should be, and when and how it should show up.
So, your job is to let go and be open to receive. Like going back to being a child again. Remember those days? You have to be willing to play, to dream and laugh more. When things don’t go the way you expect them, you notice you get upset. (You can’t avoid it.) Then you let go faster and go back to playing, dreaming and laughing. You live in the moment. You don’t dwell in the past and don’t worry about the future.
Let go of those programs that tell you what you should expect and play like children again.