Love & Happiness
It’s Joeaux again. I am grateful for the opportunity to fill in for Marilyn for the weekly messages, and I would like to talk about those who push your buttons. Especially the ones you have to spend time with and hesitate to be around them because they push all your buttons.
They make you feel kind of icky, right? Well, I found something recently that I started testing, and it works so incredibly well. It’s called the five-minute prayer. What you do is you take the first five minutes when you wake up in the morning, and you visualize that person and put them in your heart, pray for their love and happiness.
No matter how you feel about them, you pray no matter what type of negative feelings come up. Start by praying for their love. I use the Hoʻoponopono, which says, “I’m sorry, Please forgive me, Thank you, I love you.” I started doing the Hoʻoponopono prayer, a Hawaiian message for a particular person every day for 30 days. I’m still doing the prayer. A first, it was a little awkward, but then days later, and especially weeks later, it started to feel good.
I genuinely could feel that I wanted this person to feel love and feel happy, and I could also see where I may have played a role in making that person not feel comfortable. Now, I know we’re all responsible for our feelings and that no one can make you feel a certain way.
Thank you to Kaipo Park from our Channeler’s Academy program for explaining Ho’oponopono.
Within the first week, a ripple effect started happening in my world anyone attached to this particular person suddenly sent me gratitude and appreciation, even though we’ve never had a conversation. They have no idea that I’m praying for this person. It was such an amazing effect that I’ve decided to pray for a new person every month.
Being in Alignment
I highly recommend that you try this because if you’ve got somebody who’s kind of tough in your life that you know they’ve come here to teach you something, that messenger, this is the perfect way to learn, to deal with it.
So, the prayer, Hoʻoponopono. It’s a Hawaiian message that says, “I’m sorry, Please forgive me, Thank you, I love you.” Then you can attach onto that anything specific that you want to say you’re sorry for. I hope that helps you. I love connecting with you. Namaste, y’all. Namaste.
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