Using Ho'oponopono to Heal Children
Ho'oponopono is a healing tool that can help clear children of the limiting beliefs, self-sabotage instincts, emotional blocks, and negative memories.
Every time a child is saved from the dark side of life, every time one of us makes an effort to create a difference in a child's life, we add light and healing to our own lives. ~ Oprah Winfrey
The moment a child is born, so are her parents. It's a new and challenging path. As much as everyone wants to get it right, the parents' unconscious blockages and fears are often reflected in their children.
The practice of Ho'oponopono for children can help cure these obstructions. As the children learn to cleanse themselves of these unconscious and unworthy parental teachings and assimilations when they acquired some self-knowledge.
DIFFICULTIES BETWEEN PARENTS AND CHILDREN MAY BE FELT FOR GENERATIONS
The way our parents raised us can dramatically influence the formation of our personality. When not worked out properly, parenting problems tend to appear in the adult's personal and affective life – and change how we become parents. Even if you read all about being a good parent, first-time parents' inexperience and the influences of our upbringing always speak louder.
The fact that we were influenced by our parents' upbringing is not always wrong, of course. But it is noteworthy that in family therapies, children's fears and problems are linked to their parents and the way they were raised (and unconsciously passed on to their children).
ATTITUDE IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN LESSON
Have you heard that "A son that doesn't follow counsel, will follow the example"? It is true. Up to 7 years old, children unconsciously reproduce what you DO, not what you SAY. Hence, children act with challenging issues for parents from early childhood: highlighting their shortcomings and shortcomings.
For example, the father complains to the psychologist that the child is stubborn, has a tantrum, and does not want to share her playmates' toys. In a more in-depth conversation with his father, the psychologist realizes that he is overly attached to his ideas. He has difficulty accepting other opinions attached to material goods, dogmas, and truths that he considers absolute. Finally, the child only reproduces these same characteristics in her child-like form.