In the work that we do, the divine speaks through us. The inspiration we receive already has an intention. The messages that we channel from Source already have an intended recipient. All we need to do is let go so that this power flows through us.
The problem is this divine intention has to compete for real estate in our souls. It has to compete with our fears, emotional reactions, expectations and all the heavy things we hold onto.
It is only when we choose to let go of all of this that we can truly be inspired and find our purpose. We can’t fully experience light until we’ve given up the control that we think we have.
What is the practice of Ho’oponopono and how does it enable us to live a life free of the burdens that block our inspiration? How can we start acting and speaking from inspiration and not replayed memories? Why is it so important for us to make peace with money?
In this episode, I’m joined by author, international speaker and leading Ho’oponopono authority, Mabel Katz. She shares how we can nurture inner peace and the connection between Ho’oponopono and consistency in marketing.
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Ho’oponopono gives your problem to God, to a part of yourself that knows better. – Mabel Katz
How inner peace becomes world peace
All the work we do internally to heal and find the light is what the whole world needs. When more people transform themselves individually, we can create the critical mass that can defeat everything causing pain and suffering. Our job is to help people spark that transformation in themselves and see the power they have.
The power of Ho’oponopono
Ho’oponopono is based on taking 100% responsibility for everything that happens. Forgiveness, gratitude and love allow us to live in the present by giving our problems to a higher part of ourselves. This opens up a channel for inspiration and peace.
Why self-identity leads to business success
A big part of acceptance and letting things flow is accepting ourselves. If we have a platform or a brand, all we have to be is ourselves. What makes us nervous about being in front of other people is not loving ourselves and depending on the acceptance of others.
Mabel Katz is an internationally acclaimed speaker, author, and seminar leader who is recognized as a leading authority on Ho’oponopono, an ancient Hawaiian art and practice for achieving greater clarity of purpose and living and working more effectively.
Mabel has crafted a series of keynotes, talks, and seminars for corporations, businesses, and individuals – including seminars for children – that apply the practices of Ho’oponopono to bring companies closer to their full potential and give people an edge at work and in all areas of life.