Ho’Oponopono Meditation for Healing The Heart Chakra


If you’re not familiar with the delicious, Hawaiian heart-healing technique known as Ho’Oponopono, you should be.

It’s the simplest, yet most profound technique I know. It’s based around four key phrases — perhaps four of the hardest phrases for people to say.

They are:

1) I’m sorry.

2) Please forgive me.

3) Thank you.

4) I love you.

I have seen these four phrases used for Ho’Oponopono in every different order possible. The way it is listed here is my favorite order, but feel free to say it in a way that feels most authentic and natural for you. The important thing is that you practice saying the phrases, as every one of them is extremely powerful. I know that saying the order is not very important may seem like sacrilege to some, but with Ho’Oponopono as with ANY technique, I think following your Inner Guidance and making it your own are key to the process.

Now, I am in no way a Ho’Oponopono expert. I simply like the technique. And what I like most about it is its simplicity. I’ve created a 9-minute meditation for you that I believe encompasses the essence of this heart-connecting technique. I hope it will help you more fully embody your heart center, and assist you in healing any relationship that currently feels disconnected.

Before you do it, please take a moment to empty your mind and release any old stories you may be holding about the current distance in the relationship you want to mend. At the base of Ho’Oponopono, according to Ihaleakala Hew Len, is the concept of total responsibility — not just for your own actions, but for everybody’s. Connection, clearing and forgiveness are much more important than tiny little ego concerns like who is right and who is wrong. So, make sure you want to heal and connect with your loved one even more than you want to be right.

May your heart blossom anew with this meditation:

Love and Blessings,



  • sydy
    October 19, 2012

    love to have this as an audio to put on my ipod

  • Kris
    December 21, 2012

    Thank you! Jusat what I needed.

  • Vicki
    December 21, 2012

    So glad you like it, Kris! Blessings, Vicki

  • Sta
    February 25, 2016

    I love ho’oponopono and I have been practicing it for 2 years now. Whenever I see something awful on the news (which is always) I say the phrases – sending love and forgiveness. I find I don’t get attached with emotions or drama and I only feel love and peace when I do this. That’s how we’ll change the world. Love & forgiveness is the only way.

  • Vicki
    February 25, 2016

    That so lovely — thanks for doing that beautiful work for all of us!! Blessings, Vicki

  • P. E.
    November 23, 2017

    Hello Vicki

    About two months ago I started doing your meditation which I found on youtube to open my heart. I have been doing it daily. But much more recently it also seems to have triggered very deep grief, some of it related to heartbreak in this particular lifetime, but also grief tied to people in ways that I don’t even understand. Right now I feel like I am barely holding myself up with so much heartache. It was triggered again when I developed feelings for someone that did not love me back. I feel like a madwoman searching for healing all over the place. There is a constant soreness in the middle of my chest. It’s just so painful. So much so that sometimes I can’t even get myself to do the meditation. Really sorry for this rambling.

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