Ho'oponopono (ho-o-pono-pono) is an ancient Hawaiian practice of reconciliation and forgiveness. Master clinical hypnotist Craig Beck has made these powerful hypnotherapy tracks so effective by combining his famous 'Speed Hypnosis' technique with the principles of the Law of Attraction and Ho'oponopono.
This hypnosis track can be used when you need to sleep but don't have the time. It allows you to have a guided power nap to recharge before returning to work. Listen everyday for 21 days for amazing, life changing results.
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I'm new to ho'oponopono. the series does a great job explaining the intent of using it through hypnosis. a quick breeze to Wikipedia can explain how ho'oponopono came to be used abroad & how such a simple & profound technique can be broadened to most challenges in life, in this case squeezing a power nap during a lunch hour that doesn't leave you dragging afterwards...
"I appreciate Mr. Beck's technique/"
I truly appreciate Mr. Beck's technique, but would rather he kept his spiritual point of view to himself. I even appreciate the use of the Ho'oponopono widsom. However, my spiritual experience is very different from Mr. Beck's. I do not appreciate his belittling of my paradigm before entering into the vulnerability of hypnosis. It reduces his credibility.
Ultimately, I put this aside because the power nap has been so helpful to me. I listen to the induction alone and ignore Mr. Beck's introduction as a habit. I still have the openness to appreciate and benefit from his gift.
The subtraction of his biased introduction. I felt as if I were being proselytized.
Mr. Beck has a great technique. He is obviously gifted, and this production has NEVER FAILED to allow me to have a quick 20-minute snooze...and awake energized.
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