Hawaiian Prayer Meditation

It is possible through the use of a technique used in Hawaiian prayer meditation to bring about mental and physical healing in the body, while also raising spiritual energy to new levels.

This ages-old practice from Hawaii, which is deeply healing and offers comfort for those who struggle to forgive others as well as for themselves, can often be of help to people struggling with forgiveness.

It is the beautiful Hawaiian prayer for forgiveness, called "Ho'oponopono", and it is wonderful.

What is Ho'oponopono?

So what is ho'oponopono? It is an ancient Hawaiian practice that is used as a method to reconcile with others and restore self-love.hawaiian prayer meditation

It can be used as a mantra of self-love and healing. What is even more surprising, is that it's very simple.

The word ho'oponopono means "cause things to get back in balance" (or "make everything right). It's an extremely Zen concept. In Hawaiian native language, "pono", in the sense of "life," means balance.

In this sense, nothing is off when things are in balance.

When making use of the Law of Attraction, it is certainly a good prerequisite to be in a state of calm and clarity to maximize your own attractive force.

The Ho'oponopono Prayer

Repeating the prayer over and out is a powerful method to cleanse the body from guilt, shame haunting memories, ill will or negative thoughts.

As a forgiveness exercise, it can also be deeply resonant as it tends over time to penetrate our inner monologue.

If you want to give it a try, please follow the instructions below.

To cleanse yourself of negative feelings, chant this mantra over and over while sitting comfortably with your eyes closed.

The ho'oponopono prayer is spoken like this:

"I love you. I'm sorry. Please forgive me. Thank You."

That's all there is to it. Isn't that what we all need to hear?

"I love you. I'm sorry. Please forgive me. Thank You." It's touching considering how simple and universal these words seem.

Reciting these four simple phrases daily can help us to be more self-loving and confident when we most need it. It can be used as a lullaby for yourself and a way to see forgiveness in others.

Powerful Cleaning

This traditional Hawaiian forgiveness Prayer is powerful partly because it requires you to admit that you were wronged and apologize.

This acts as a mental cleaning process where all past experiences that resulted in feelings of guilt, embarrassment, or self loathing can be acknowledged and released.

The universal need for others to understand our feelings is called ho'oponopono. First, acknowledge the existence of wrongdoing. Only then can it be possible for you to forgive others or yourself.

As the final step you will acknowledge love for yourself as well as others.


Many people think forgiveness is an act of complete absolution. This is not a good idea as it ignores hurt feelings. They will eventually bubble up if they aren't addressed.

If you want to practice ho'oponopono, take a few deep breathing with your eyes closed. You can then slowly repeat the mantra several times. ("I love you. I'm sorry. Please forgive me. Thank You." - and so on.

For a few moments, just be silent to allow the message to resonate. Open your eyes.

Ask yourself: How do I feel?

This might be more forgiving if your self-esteem is high, but for most people it is a very deep, calming experience.


By effectively removing unconscious mental blocks from our memory, the healing power of ho'oponopono prayer allows us to move forward in life where before we may have been stuck.

Personal development and growth can then become manifest from this powerful self help method, providing us with a clear path forward to grow and find happiness.