The Art of Forgiving: A Intro Class in Hawaiian Ho'oponopono

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Kaleo Wheeler
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Monday Evening,  6:30 to 8:30pm

Do you feel stuck in the past, fearful of the future, angry towards yourself
& others in the present?
Have you been betrayed by someone close to you, feeling they were a foe
rather than a friend?
Do you feel unable to forgive others who have hurt you and to forgive

This is an introduction to one of the most valued practices of the Hawaiian culture that has goes back to their ancient times and is still used in Hawai'i today. Ho'oponopono means "to make right", and the simple and practical techniques shared can help you to free yourself of anger, resentment and guilt, to live your life instead in a place of grace, harmony and well being and find peaceful resolution of conflict in your relationships.

Topics Covered:
Hawaiian Forgiveness and the Three Transgressions
Forgiving the Forgivable and the Unforgivable
Freeing Yourself - to Being in Harmony (Pono) and Well Being with Yourself and the World Around You

“This ancient practice (Ho'oponopono) is one of the soundest methods to restore and maintain good family relationships that any society has ever devised."

Taught by Rev. Kaleo Wheeler

All you need to bring is yourself and an open mind.

Fee: $25
Address and directions given upon registration


Street Address

Emma Cudd Road & Whitestone/Glendale Rd
Spartanburg, SC 29302


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