Showing posts from December, 2010

"It's Not Out There" -- Morrnah Nalamaku Simeona

Many people are traveling for the holidays, especially on airplanes.  Someone spoke with me the other day about her fear of flying, which was intense enough to sideline her from certain trips.  She shared that for her, the worst part of this is "turbulence".  She couldn't stand the feeling of inner lurching, seeing things fly off seat trays, and flight attendants grabbing onto seats to walk.  Even the potential for this was too much to risk. I remembered a story that Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len told about his own travels with Morrnah Simeona, the Kahuna Lapa'au who updated Ho'oponopono for modern times.  Morrnah taught all over the world, including at medical centers and the United Nations 3 times.  For her expertise in Hawaiian language and culture, the Hawaii State Legislature and the Hongwanji Mission of Honolulu   named her a "Living Treasure of Hawaii."  Anyway, Dr. Hew Len worked and traveled with Morrnah for about 10 years before her dea

Ho'oponopono: Healing Balm for Fearful Souls

I have a story to tell.  It's been brewing for several weeks.   Many of you have written me with questions about whether Ho'oponopono really "works", and how we can tell.  I've heard similar questions on conference calls and live seminars also.   Usually Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len breaks out laughing when we ask such questions, because it's impossible to know at any one moment whether we're being run by "data", or by Inspiration.  The best we can do is "just clean", and know that if we do that, all falls into place as it should.  Mabel Katz often says that we usually only "know" when looking back. Despite this, it's human nature to get a little impatient sometimes.  Anyway . . . the story.  Please bear with me.  I share the many steps so you can walk along with me.   I've been dealing with a large government institution that manages some of my savings from many years' work as medical school faculty.  I h