Another typical case is when a child starts vomiting without explanation. If the parents experience significant emotional instability at home, It is a problem. Suppose they fight a lot in front of their child or show agitation. In that case, the children may react to vomiting because they cannot understand or "digest" what is happening. This may be their way of demonstrating this is by ejecting food from their stomach.
HOW CAN HOOPOPONO BE USED TO HELP CHILDREN?
Ho'oponopono is a healing tool that can help clear children's limiting beliefs. I can also help them rid of self-sabotage instincts, emotional blocks, and negative memories they may have as an imprint. Inadvertently sometimes we transmit these impressions to our children.
The Ho'oponopono method is to practice 4 powerful phrases:
"I love you. I'm sorry. Forgive me. I am grateful".
By speaking these phrases with our children, we can (unconsciously) clear them of all the pain, discomfort. Fears we carry within us so that they realize that their parents can also be wrong too. They do not have to absorb everything from their parents as if it were always absolute Truths. Parents need to take care of their own unconscious and to be aware that their unconscious content can passively pass to their child.
The rule is that past painful memories need to be released. Childhood traumas, pains, fears, rebukes accumulate within our being, need to be clear by saying to ourselves:
"I'm so sorry. Forgive me. Love you. I'm grateful (the)……."
You can tell them out loud or in silence, as you feel more comfortable doing so.
WHEN AND HOW TO APPLY HO'OPONOPONO TO CHILDREN?
There is no appropriate number of times, timeframe, or age. There are no contraindications to this method, only if the child doesn't develop any adverse symptoms.
The idea is to make the routine a constant, daily cleansing of negative memories, bring unconscious feelings to consciousness, and prevent them from becoming symptoms of blockages and ancestral fears.
PRACTICING HO'OPONOPONO SHOULD NOT BRING GUILT TO PARENTS
Seeing our children reproducing symptoms and attitudes resulting from our own behavior can bring parents the feeling of guilt. But this is not the idea behind Ho'oponopono. The idea is to bring awareness that we transmit these memories to our children and that it is possible to clear and heal them from ourselves and our children. It is why it is important to start self-healing early on. Have you healed yourself up today? I'm sorry, forgive me, I love you, I'm grateful.