This was my second time in Romania, but this was a first-time wonderful experience. In my audience there were many children. Dr. Ihaleakalá Hew Len has always had children in his audiences, but for me it was new. They participated and showed me so much love. They wrote loving things on the board, like “I love you Mabel.” What fun we all had.
I am grateful for the opportunity to clean and share with the future generations. After the event, I realized how teaching children at a young age could be so amazing, they would learn to erase before stuff could come up. It is much easier to create good habits than to tear down bad ones. It would be wonderful to have more children attending Ho’oponopono trainings. What changes this would make in our future world!
I am in the process of writing a book for children with all the messages I wished I received when I was growing up. I wished I knew…
As always, the adult Romanians are very big hearted people. They are all very sweet, very kind and fun too. They kept asking me, when are we dancing again?
We had someone who came all the way from Israel to this Ho’oponopono training in Romania, and it looks like I will be working with him and his employees in December when I visit Israel again.
I am off to a Ho’oponopono in Business Seminar in downtown Bucharest. Looking forward to making a difference in businesses in Bucharest!