According to the Hawaiian practice of forgiveness called Ho’oponopono:
“It is important to clear Karmic patterns with your clients before you start working with them, so that you don’t activate old stuff between you. Perhaps you shouldn’t be working with that person at all. Only the Divinity knows. If you work with a person and it isn’t your business, you can take on the person’s entire problem and everything associated with it. This can cause burnout. The Ho’oponopono gives the tools to prevent that from happening.”
This made me think about business relationships. What if you did a Ho’oponopono clearing with each customer and Distributor before you began a relationship with them? It would especially be good for new Distributors because these relationships can last a long time.
Have you ever signed up a new business partner and they a) disappeared right away, b) they stopped taking your calls, c) you worked with them for month before a conflict came up and the quit the business, d) they had a conflict with you that came from no where, e) they just up and quit the business?
Imagine if you could clear the karma before you started working with them so none of this happened. You would have less drama in you business and more success!
You want to come into a business relationship with a clean slate so you don’t activate old karma. You want to clear the slate so their issue and your own issues don’t get projected and become business issue that ruin your working relationship.
Imagine the success you would have if you entered into business relationships with a clean slate!
It’s never too late to go back and clear relationships with people who are already in your business.
HOW TO DO HO’OPONOPONO
Freedom from Karma
In 1976 Morrnah Simeona, regarded as a healing priest or kahuna lapaʻau, adapted the traditional hoʻoponopono of family mutual forgiveness to the social realities of the modern day. For this she extended it both to a general problem solving process outside the family and to a psycho-spiritual self-help rather than group process
State of Zero
After Simeona’s passing in 1992, her former student and administrator Ihaleakala Hew Len, co-authored a book with Joe Vitale called Zero Limits adapting Simeona’s hoʻoponopono teachings. Taking her teaching to the next level, the book brings the new idea that the main objective of hoʻoponopono is getting to “the state of Zero, where we would have zero limits. No memories. No identity.” To reach this state, which Len called ‘Self-I-Dentity’, one has to repeat constantly, according to Joe Vitale’s interpretation, the mantra, “I love you. I’m sorry. Please forgive me. Thank you.” It is based on Len’s idea of 100% responsibility, taking responsibility for everyone’s actions (once again according to Joe Vitale’s interpretation), not only for one’s own. If one would take complete responsibility for one’s life, then everything one sees, hears, tastes, touches, or in any way experiences would be one’s responsibility because it is in one’s life. The problem would not be with our external reality, it would be with ourselves. To change our reality, we would have to change ourselves. Total Responsibility, according to Hew Len, advocates that everything exists as a projection from inside the human being. This practice views all consciousness as part of the whole, so any error that a person clears in their own consciousness should be cleared for everyone.
You can also clear karma as it comes up rather than constantly repeating the mantra through out the day. As suggested in this post you can clear karma with someone before beginning a relationship with them.
If you are in a relationship already you can still clear the karma anytime. Imagine going back to each relationship that is part of your business and doing the meditation for each person. You can use the second meditation video to do that and spend 4 minutes on the people you feel compelled to do a clearing with.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Qoq75-DQm4 This is a good description of the process.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ac5SGwRPv0o Just the meditation only 4 minutes long.