Hana I Ka Pono Prayer Intensive

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What is Hana I Ka Pono?

Hana I Ka Pono means wellness through forgiveness. It is an intention and a practice of taking 100% responsibility of our thoughts, words, and actions to affect positive change for one’s self, loved ones, and situations past, present, or future. We all have a kuleana (responsibility) to bring ourselves and our world into wellness. Through Self Soul Discovery questions, we will explore the counterproductive beliefs and stories we tell ourselves about ourselves, and the stories we hold on to based on hurtful memories. In this prayer practice, we will release, cleanse, and heal the parts of ourselves that have been storing so much pain, anger, resentment, shame, guilt, blame, and more. As we do this inner work, we open ourselves to humility and welcome her grace to flow in us, through us, and as us. We will then extend our kuleana outward to situations, places, and events (past, present, and future) to release, cleanse, and heal the space, setting the stage for the desired outcome. You will find many ways to apply this practice in your life to cause great healing, for there is no limit to what we can affect physically, emotionally, mentally, spiritually, financially, and relationally.

How is Hana I Ka Pono different from Hoʻoponopono? And why now?

From a request and out of respect for my Hawaiian elders, our culture, and our traditional practices, I, Kahu Lāhela, am no longer using the title Hoʻoponopono for the work of cleansing through forgiveness because this title/word/name specifically refers to the original practice of forgiveness. The traditional practice of Hoʻoponopono involves an entire family working together with the guidance of a facilitator requiring many steps in the process. This process could take hours, days, weeks, or months to resolve. This word has been catching on like wildfire around the world, and its meaning has been diluted and reduced to a convenient pocket-sized version void of its original mana.

So, I decided to do my part in making things pono by changing the name to Hana I Ka Pono. While I know without a doubt that individually and collectively, we have affected great healing for ourselves and others thus far, I feel a sense of obligation to the Kupuna (the elders) to do the right thing, since so much has been taken away from us—our Queen, our land, our language, our traditional practices, our identity. And so, I’d like to begin with initiating Hana I Ka Pono by first asking the ancestors, Nā Kupuna, for forgiveness of the bastardization and devaluation of Hoʻoponopono. The buck stops here.

Taking 100% responsibility means 100%, not 50%. Change begins within us first. One idea, one thought can start a wave of collective consciousness and make a huge impact. We each chose to be here, to be of service, it is our kuleana! With all the changes taking place now, and the systems that are about to collapse, we must center, ground, and strengthen ourselves so that we can navigate the challenging times ahead.

The Goddess is calling us, She needs all our help and time is of the essence! Together, may we take responsibility and affect positive change for the betterment of humanity.

What will we explore together?

Session 1—Hana I Ka Pono for Self

Welcome prayer
Opening ritual of Blessing Bowl and Oli
Kahu Lāhela will teach:

  • What it means to be a Kahu
  • Basics of the Hawaiian Shamanic tradition
  • Brief history of Ho‘oponopono
  • What is Hana I Ka Pono
  • Why is this the time for this new prayer

Hana I Ka Pono prayer practice:

  • Why praying for yourself comes first
  • Wording of Hana I Ka Pono for self
  • How to finetune what you’re seeking and identify what to release to make room for the new
  • Pray Hana I Ka Pono for self together
  • Practice a full-body energy cleansing

Community sharing and questions
Self Soul Discovery questions to explore all week
Closing Oli

Session 2—Hana I Ka Pono for Family and Loved Ones

Welcome prayer
Blessing Bowl and Oli for Family
Community share their experiences and insights in their first week of Hana I Ka Pono
Hana I Ka Pono prayer practice for loved ones:

  • Importance of praying for family, loved ones, ancestors
  • Wording of Hana I Ka Pono prayer for family and loved ones
  • How to finetune the prayer
  • Community share their sacred desires for loved ones
  • Pray Hana I Ka Pono for family and loved ones together
  • Practice a full-body energy cleansing

Community sharing and questions
Family and Loved Ones Self Soul Discovery questions to explore all week
Closing Oli

Session 3—Hana I Ka Pono for Situations to set the stage for success

Welcome prayer
Blessing Bowl and Oli for Family
Community share their experiences and insights in their second week of Hana I Ka Pono
Prayer practices for situations:

  • What kinds of situations can you pray for?
  • The Car Prayer: Pule Ka‘a
  • Wording of Hana I Ka Pono prayer for issues and situations
  • How to finetune the prayer for your situations
  • Community share their sacred desires for situations
  • Pray Hana I Ka Pono for situations together
  • Practice a full-body energy cleansing

Community sharing and questions
Situational Self Soul Discovery questions to continue to explore
How to keep Hana I Ka Pono alive in your life
Closing Oli

Our Schedule

We gather for 90 minutes on 3 Saturdays in October from 2-3:30 pm eastern, 1 central, 12 mountain, 11a pacific, 8a Hawaii, 7p UK, 8p Europe and wee hours in the Pacific Rim. Don’t be concerned if you can’t be with us live for any or all the gatherings. Everything is recorded in both video and audio formats and available for viewing on our Resource Page within 24 hours.

Session 1: Hana I Ka Pono for Self, Saturday, October 9, 2:00-3:30 pm Eastern
Session 2: Hana I Ka Pono for Loved Ones, Saturday, October 16, 2:00-3:30 pm Eastern
Session 3: Hana I Ka Pono for Situations, Saturday, October 23, 2:00-3:30 pm Eastern

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What will you receive?

Invitation to all 3 live 90-minute sessions

Access to a password-protected resource page with recordings of all sessions in both video and audio formats plus PDFs on the 3 ways to pray Hana I Ka Pono

Membership in a private Facebook discussion group (optional)

Registration
If you require financial assistance, Kahu Lāhela and Janet invite you to choose the self-selected scholarship option.

If you do not require a scholarship and wish to support this initiative which has made it possible for hundreds of people to join Janet’s intensives, please consider adding a scholarship to your regular registration.

$ 167     if this is your first intensive in 2021
$ 131     if you have been in 1 or more intensives in 2021
$   95     self-selected scholarship

 

 

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Hana I Ka Pono Prayer Intensive

$167 if this is your first intensive in 2021, $131 if you've been in one or more intensives in 2021, $95 self-selected scholarship

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