How to Heal Your Relationship with Ho’oponopono


When we think about any relationships all that comes to our mind is romance, love, belonging, passion, intimacy, and whatnot. But as every coin as its two sides relationships also comes with their difficulties. Being in relationships is not so easy and charming as many singles out there might think. Maintaining a relationship is a major task on its own. With relationship comes its fight’s, misunderstandings, insecurities, possessiveness, expectations. And when all these come together one needs a kind of magic to keep the relationship going. One such magic phenomenon is Ho’oponopono.

Ho’oponopono Hawaiian practice of forgiveness

It is a process of healing yourself. It involves four approaches repentance, forgiveness, gratitude, and love. All these approaches when repeated one after the other have proved to heal many individuals. 


We all know the trivial things that can either break or make a relationship. Ho’oponopono is one such trivial practice, incorporating of which into our daily lives will help us in maintaining a very strong and healthy relationship. So, the practice involves chanting four mantras. Chanting the four approaches we first repent for our wrongdoing, then we forgive others for their wrongdoing, then we feel grateful for all that we have and at last, we express love.

I am sorry, please forgive me, I love you, thank you

So, the chanting repeating the following four mantras involves saying’ I am sorry’, please forgive me’, ‘thank you’, and ‘I love you’. Chanting all these mantras help us to create a harmonious relationship with our significant other. By practicing this we are not enabling ourselves to be sorry for all the mistakes that we have committed but also feeling grateful and loved. The chanting makes sure to amend, change and transform ourselves. By helping us reflect on our inner self. So, if you have a fight or a struggle with your better half remember that Ho’oponopono is there for rescue, all the way from Hawaii.

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