PRAYER'S

The Hawaiian word ho‘oponopono comes from ho‘o ("to make") and pono ("right"). The repetition of the word pono means "doubly right" or being right with both self and others. In a nutshell, ho‘oponopono is a process by which we can forgive others to whom we are connected.

Practicing Ho‘oponopono the Hawaiian forgiveness process, allows us to cut the aka connection (essentially clearing out preconceptions in how we view others) to create new connections and rejuvenated relationships.

What is the Violet Flame and How does It Work?


“Just as a ray of sunlight passing through a prism is refracted into the seven colors of the rainbow, so spiritual light manifests as seven rays. The violet ray is the seventh of these rays.


“Each ray has a specific color, frequency and quality. When you invoke a ray in the name of God, it manifests as a ‘flame.' You could compare this to a ray of sunlight that passes through a magnifying glass and creates a flame.


“Each of the spiritual flames creates a specific positive action in the body, heart, mind and soul. The violet flame creates an action of mercy, justice, freedom and transmutation.”

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