This Hawaiian prayer is very effective in opening your heart:
I am so sorry
Please forgive me
I love you
I have no idea how it works. I just know it does.
It may not be exactly worded like that, but I’m close.
Where in the world would you use this? Surprisingly, all day long. Every time you see something on the internet, TV, newspaper, etc. that upsets you, repeat the prayer. This should keep you very, very busy.
The school shootings, child abuse, tsunamis, earthquakes, politicians, GMO in our food, etc. Every time you say ‘holoponopono’ when something “out there” affects you, you are beginning to open up your heart to everyone. Oh, by the way, that includes not only the victims, but the victimizers or what you think of as the “bad guys” as well. EVERYONE. That is who your heart is talking to, and after enough times, you will begin to notice how that feels. Instead of jumping on the band wagon, arguing and pointing fingers, you will actually be doing something that is beneficial for the world. We start with our self.
- Ley Blythe from England
When you are talking to Sparkle, miracles happen. Her erudite and profound way of getting to the bottom of what it is we are believing is second to none. I've watched as Sparkle listens to someone and finds a way of getting exactly to where that person needs to see from, just by being her wonderful and intuitive self. Her name fits her perfectly, this sparkling ray of light has blessed so many with her humorous musings, which hide profound trusts, all wrapped up in a giggle or three. Sparkle is simply love on legs. Time spent in the company of this gorgeous soul can only bring more joy into anyone's life.
-Mike from Lausanne, Switzerland
The thing that differentiates you (Sally) from others, is that you do not go out to people with an agenda, but with unconditional love. I still cannot describe the state I was in when you visited Switzerland. I felt as if I were in a state of flow and blissful happiness. I want to learn from you how one can live like this every day.