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Day 26: Presence

Presence is being with (giving undivided attention, availing oneself) to all that is. Since starting this practice of Ho’oponopono, I’ve experienced a carousel of emotions – some connected to vivid, evocative daydreams, others simply washing through with disarming visceral effects.  Sadness…angst…curiosity…pensiveness…anger…hope…fatigue… They’ve come and gone, often melting into one another becoming an indescribable iridescent cocktail of emotions…Read more »

Day 25: Belief

I’ve been taught that life unfolds in accordance to my belief about it, and in this way, as a woman thinks, so she — and it — is. There is something powerful that happens when I choose to believe — the world around me becomes something else, something more than the obvious.  I’ve taken to…Read more »

Day 24: Forgiveness

There is immense power in forgiveness, one that I frequently overlook because forgiveness is often my last resort to healing.   When in conflict, I’ll try everything else: the cold shoulder the cuss out/adult tantrum lying (rare, but done it) pretending everything’s okay when it isn’t going to therapy trying to “fix” others the waiting game…Read more »

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