To integrate the process of Ho’oponopono with Reiki is easier than you might think. But first, we have to understand what Ho’oponopono is, where it comes from and what it actually does.
What is Ho’oponopono?
Ho’oponopono is a Hawaiian cleansing prayer where we ask for forgiveness (repentance) to release blocked and/or negative energy to let the higher energy, the divinity, take over and do its work. Read more on Wikipedia.
If you are a Reiki Master and or a Reiki teacher you might to know about the Reiki Moving Meditation since it will be taught at these Reiki Levels.
I am a Reiki Master/Teacher too and when I first got introduced to this form of movement, during my Master/Teacher class, I was simply amazed. I was amazed at how easy it is to do and I also was amazed by the results I can see after only using it for the first time.
Now, if you are a Reiki practitioner “only” having Reiki Oneand or Reiki Two Level you might not know of it at all or what am I really talking about, don’t worry, I will talk about it in a modified version, but can assure you when you are using this Reiki moving meditation that it is as powerful as the original one taught at the Reiki Master/Teacher Level.
Reiki, a word so many people do know and, still, so many times misunderstood but, also totally trusted. Reiki is a healing modality you can trust, and it even doesn’t matter if you do believe in it or not. Reiki does work.
Reiki means simply translated “Universal Life Force“
A short History of how Reiki came to the Western World
Using the Reiki Healing Energy on children and animals isn’t new at all it is rather gaining more popularity than ever before and to prove my point just use these keywords Reiki, children, animals in a search engine and you can see what I mean.
Reiki is a gentle, safe but powerful healing method. I have already written a few articles about Reiki which you will easily find here on my blog. However, in this article, I like to put the emphasis on Reiki being used on children and animals.