When I was on Loretta Vasso’s radio show last night introducing Path to Prosperity I had a deep insight that this modality is connected to the Ho’oponopono philosophy that peace begins inside of each of us. In the attached interview with Dr. Hew Len this philosophy is discussed.
“Dr Len says that when we are willing to take 100% responsibility for whatever we experience in our life, we can then go onto the next step where we say “I am sorry, and not only am I sorry, but please forgive me for whatever is going on in me that caused this”. By saying sorry and taking 100% responsibility for whatever is going on in our lives, we are in essence saying to The Divine “I am 100% responsible, the problem is within me, and I would like You to convert whatever that memory, debt, block, error or problem is to nothing.”” http://hooponoponoworks.blogspot.com/2008/01/interview-with-dr-hew-len.html
Path to Prosperity has all of these concepts built in to it. First we open and organize our senses so that we see the perfection in everything we experience. We then tell the soul level story that gives us the understanding of how ours and other’s behavior is all contracted to help us grow. In other words we have asked others to behave in a way that we need to help us grow and to appease our guilt. Path to Prosperity releases these guilt based contracts by telling the story and then asking for and receiving forgiveness from God. Then we watch as other’s issues disappear along with our own.
An example of how I’ve experienced this in my own life is that in my younger days there were a few people who put me down and I was afraid to stand up to them as I did not want to lose their love. Finally, when I had nothing left to lose, I stood up to them which took me great courage and strength. And then I saw in their eyes this twinkle that said “finally, you understand why I was doing what I was doing. Thankyou. Now I can relax and move on.” In a much larger way, Dr. Len experienced something similar when he changed that we he worked with his mentally criminally insane patients. When he looked inside himself to understand his patients’ behavior and then asked for forgiveness, the healing of all was miraculous.
It might feel onerous when we take 100% responsibility for all of the experiences in our life. However, the happy ending associated with this seemingly onerous responsibility is that once we take responsibility, we receive peace and bliss.