My SOLD OUT event in Buenos Aires last night was amazing. It was an event we organized at the last minute, since the big event in Argentina was in the Province of Cordoba last Saturday. We had people coming from all over to Cordoba, even people that flew in from Venezuela.
The people that attended my training events in Argentina really want to know about Ho’oponopono. They are tired of going around in circles in life. They know there must be an easier way, so they come to my events searching for the answers that will make their lives easier.
We Argentineans tend to be very intellectual and closed-minded. When I traveled to Argentina in 2000 with Dr. Ihaleakalá Hew Len, Ph.D., I was pleasantly surprised at how well the Argentineans accepted the concepts of Ho’oponopono. They truly wanted to learn how to clean for a better life. They got it, and understood. It was great. This is when I realized if the Argentineans took this so well, then I had a lot of work to do in Latino communities around the world.
Something I learned in Argentina: “The more the Challenge, the more the blessings that will come your way!”
I want to share a bit about Córdoba. The city was founded by Don Jerónimo Luis de Cabrera on July 6, 1573, on the banks of the River Suquía. It is the capital of the province of Córdoba, which is located in the geographical heart of Argentina and in the center of the Bioceanic Corridor, that links the ports of Rosario in Santa Fé and of Valparaíso in Chile. It is an inland province, located at 710 Km from Buenos Aires, capital of the Argentine Republic.