“Ho’oponopono and Father’s Day”



Hi Everyone,

I’m not sure if you are a Dad or if you have one (maybe both)…

And even if you just know a Dad, then I personally want to wish you a very happy Father’s Day.

This year, unfortunately I will not be spending Father’s Day with my three kids as they are now living with their mom and her new husband in Cape Town (I live in Johannesburg).

Luckily, I will be spending the day with my father and twin brother and his family

Everyday I am grateful to have Ho’oponopono in my life because I know that it is improving me as a father, son, partner and friend, and I am honored to be able to continue sharing my personal Ho’oponopono experiences with you.

So thank you. I love you.

–      Saul

Johannesburg, South Africa

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“How Ho’oponopono was Developed”

Dear Ho’oponopono friends,

I thought you might be interested in finding out how Ho’oponopono was developed.


It started in Hawaii as a community practice, something a family did. It was akin to family therapy,
using forgiveness and reconciliation.

Morrnah Nalamaku Simeona, a wise, wonderful woman, realized that in the modern age, this practice needed to be made into self-help rather than a group
process.  She called it “Self I-dentity through Ho’oponopono”
and she created The Foundation of ‘I’, Inc. She 
taught her new process all over the world.

Dr. Hew Len met and studied with Morrnah and  joined The Foundation. He decided to use the process when he worked in an institution for the criminally insane.

He never met with the patients. He simply worked 
on himself and his own reactions, thoughts and 
opinions of the deeds they had done.

With this work on himself, every patient in the ward
was cured.

Dr. Hew Len says that we are all Divine Beings, but that our mind can only serve one master at one time. It can either serve memories, replaying problems, or it can serve Divinity which is Inspiration.


Dr. Joe Vitale heard about Dr. Hew Len’s feat. At first he didn’t believe it, then he contacted Dr. Hew Len and decided to study with him.

This study changed the way Dr. Vitale thought and how he approached life. Together they wrote the book  Zero Limits which is how millions of people, including me, first heard of Ho’oponopono.

In Zero Limits they recommend repeating in your mind  the Ho’oponopono cleaning tools, “I love you. I’m sorry. Please

forgive me. Thank you.” in order to constantly  clean your mind of “blocks” and to enable you to experience ongoing inspiration in your own life.

This is the core message of Ho’oponopono and is why I love this process so much.

Peace be with you,

Saul Maraney


P.S. If you enjoyed this Ho’oponopono article, please leave a comment below. – I would really appreciate that 🙂

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