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Benefits of Ho’oponopono’s Trigger Words

Benefits of Ho’oponopono’s Trigger Words

Ho’oponopono's Trigger Words

The Benefits of Ho’oponopono's Trigger Words & Phrases

Ho’oponopono's Trigger Words revealed themselves of vital importance within the healing Practice of Ho’oponopono

Many Polynesian cultures consider that people's mistakes, called Hala, lead to the birth of diseases. However, thanks to certain rites, these mistakes can be corrected, and the body healed.

Ho'oponopono is a Hawaiian system for healing the body, mind, emotions, and spirit. With the help of the Ho'oponopono phrases, you can calm your emotions and regain Peace.

It is a system that worked for centuries, has been practiced for over five thousand years by native Hawaiians.

An Ancient Healing Practice

In ancient times, a shaman oversaw guiding the group of members of the tribe who had problems with each other. The objective was to end the disputes or violent acts that can arise in any collective coexistence. It continues to be used to this day. However, it has now been adapted to the times, simplifying considerably and being applied individually.

Humans tend to systematically repeat toxic thoughts and emotions. They come from our ancestors, from past lives, and from experiences suffered throughout life. Such a set of negative information must be eliminated to show us who we really are.

By repeating specific phrases, like a mantra, we can achieve this. Effective mental hygiene allows us to put our mind, body, spirit, and emotions in order.

The phrases' practice can be done at any time of the day and the number of times you want.

They allow the improvement of the existing conflict.

The healing practice of these words and phrases favors the forgetting of what led us to this situation.

I love you. If I awoke hostile feelings in you, I'm sorry, and I ask your forgiveness. Thank you.

It is a phrase destined for the improvement of the damaged affective bonds.

Divinity, clean in me that which contributes to this problem appearing

This Ho'oponopono phrase is recommended for those who go through difficult economic situations, have problems at work, or suffer from illnesses.

I love you, dear memories. I am grateful for the opportunity to let go, you and me.

It often happens that the saddest memories we have are repeated over and over again in our minds. With the help of this phrase, we can get rid of them.

It rains, it rains, it rains (Drizzle drizzle, drizzle)

A good phrase to face financial shortages. The rain has been related to abundance since ancient times. An abundant and balanced rain equals prosperity.

spring flowers

When insecurity takes hold of us, and we doubt the possibility of getting the money or work necessary to survive.


A word that offers spiritual help and Peace. Very useful to achieve deep mental hygiene.

Through the Ho'oponopono phrases, recited several times, we will be able to eliminate those negative thoughts that weigh down our lives at any time of the day.


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The Trigger Words in spiritual practice are essential. Discover now his influence on Ho'oponopono.

The Ho'oponopono philosophy is based on the Hawaiian tradition and aimed at correcting negative patterns and beliefs anchored in the subconscious that impede the individual's development and prosperity.

One of the techniques used in Ho'oponopono to heal and erase false memories is the use of Trigger Words, phrases specifically designed to connect with the present moment and the particular situation that generates concern.

Trigger Words act by repetition. According to the practitioner's comfort, you can repeat each phrase three times or more (Example: Drizzle, Drizzle, Drizzle). The statement can be made mentally or out loud.

Another common way to use Trigger Words among Ho'oponopono followers is to insert the phrases with the mantra "Sorry, forgive me, I love you, Thank you."


Drizzle, Drizzle, Drizzle (Rain, Rain, Rain) "I am sorry, forgive me, I love you, thank you."


"I am sorry, forgive me, I love you, thank you."


"I am sorry, forgive me, I love you, thank you."


"I am sorry, forgive me, I love you, thank you."

Use the Trigger Words, following your intuition and inspiration. You can create your own sequences, modify them according to your needs, or include them in your daily spiritual practice after reciting prayers or affirmations.

Likewise, you can repeat the phrases as many times as you consider necessary and at the time you see fit.


The importance of Trigger Words in Ho'oponopono

Some of the Trigger Words most used in the practice of Ho'oponopono are:

Dewdrops: For the transmutation of situations, which have remained in time.

Key of Light: To dissolve confrontations generated by the stubbornness of the opponents.

See Also

Light: Get the balance before making a decision.

Drizzle: To attend to situations related to the management of money and abundance.

White Buddha Indigo: To promote physical healing and therapy processes.

Ice Blue Or Blue Ice: To nullify the causes of pain.

Hummingbird: Counteract supply problems.

Orange juice: Banish the lack of money, taking responsibility for its lack.

24/7 Protection: The presence of God in your life, 24 hours and 7 days a week.

Flytrap paper: Solve a couple of difficulties.

Perfect Source: Erasing bad memories and beliefs.

I am the I am:  From Strong Connection with Divinity.

Emerald Green: Treatment of physical illnesses.

Grow and Multiply: Attract Divine Prosperity.

White color, or White Light: Love.

The Peace of the Self: Connect with inner peace and harmony.

Zero point:  Activating inspiration.

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