What is Ho’oponopono?
Ho’oponopono is an ancient Hawaiian healing practice of forgiveness that restores families and communities to Aloha—a state of harmony, peace, and love. Dr. Hew Len proved its efficacy when a hospital for the criminally insane closed as a result of the prayer. Many are familiar with a short contemporary version made popular in Zero Limits.
What is The Goddess Forgives?
In The Goddess Forgives, the one choosing to forgive prays from within the sacred heart of the Divine Feminine asking to heal unrecognized or unknown negative aka cords. As those ancient cords are cut, countless descendants, including the one praying, are freed.
Why is this important now?
The numeric vibration of 11/2 in 2018 calls for the feminine and masculine to walk in harmony. The only way to do that is to untie all the knots of disharmony and unwanted memories accumulated over centuries as the patriarchy systematically silenced the voice of the Divine Feminine.
What will you experience?
You will experience emotional, mental, spiritual, and even physical release as you practice Ho’oponopono with Lahela Johnson, a Hawaiian Kahu—keeper of the ancient ways. As your experience expands and deepens in the heart of the Divine Feminine, you will experience a full-bodied, multi-generational sensation of freedom and unconditional love.
Who will benefit?
Forgiveness is the ultimate prayer practice. We are not free until we forgive. The Goddess Forgives is ideal for you if you want to:
- heal unresolved or unknown grief and wounds
- walk in peace, harmony, and love with your sisters and brothers
- experience the Divine Feminine in and through and as you—and as all
- forgive—and know you have forgiven—both yourself and others
- learn a form of Ho’oponopono in the Hawaiian lineage of Papa Kalua
- free your true voice after being silenced for eons
- honor your responsibility to heal our wounded world
- experience a mystical prayer of forgiveness in a soul community
Members Will Receive:
- 3 2+hour sessions with Kahu Lahela and Janet Conner
- 5 Bonus In-Depth Videos on Ho’oponopono and More
- Access to a Private Download Page with All Recordings, pdf Files and Bonuses
- Detailed Handbook
- Membership in a Private Facebook Discussion Group
Janet Conner is a deep soul explorer, prayer artist, and field guide in The Mystic. Last Solstice, she was awakened with the words “Sophia’s Voice.” Embracing her call to embody the Divine Feminine, her daily Ho’oponopono prayer practice expanded and expanded, until it became a living experience of the Mystical Body of the Goddess.
Lahela Johnson, a Hawaiian Kahu (spiritual light worker), lives on the island of Oahu. Her kuleana (purpose, role, responsibility) is to assist others in realizing their truth, their GOD essence within. She teaches a daily practice of He Ala Mihi, a Ho’oponopono path of forgiveness. This simple yet profound practice brings about flow, harmony, inner peace, and balance for ones self in all areas of life.
Emma Kupu Mitchell is a Full Sensory Soul Guide and Co-host of the Awakened Woman Self Care podcast. Emma has been a practitioner of holistic therapies for over 28 years, licensed as LMT, RYT (200), clinical Aromatherapy, Ayurveda Numerology and Sound Healing.Emma uses her extensive knowledge of ancient healing practices to create unique sacred anointing oils and tinctures.
Christine Pensa is a visual artist, Shamanic practitioner, Creative Way-shower, and co-host of the Awakened Woman Self Care podcast. She believes daily creative practice is a joyful path to remember your authentic voice and re-member the Visual Language of Your Soul. She invites everyone to open to this portal of self discovery—through the doorway in their own divine hearts.
Ho’oponopono Goddess Image: In 2012, Susan Kosharek began truly seeking the Divine Feminine through prayer, paint, prose and poetry. Thus began a wild, healing, expanding journey/quest taking her in countless directions. One of those directions was to Janet Conner’s world. It was there that the blessing of Ho’oponopono was received and The Ho’oponopono Goddess image was birthed.
Have questions? Contact Janet at firstname.lastname@example.org or 727-772-1118
between 1pm and 5pm Eastern