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The Art of Forgiveness: Understanding Ho' oponopono with Rev. Jerry Farrell

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The Voice of Change welcomes Rev. Jerry Farrell to the program to speak about the ancient practice of forgiveness called Ho'oponopono. 

Rev Jerry is originally from Co. Cork, Ireland. He was ordained a Roman Catholic priest in 1987 and worked in Hawaii where he came across ho’oponopono for the first time. He worked as a spiritual director and sabbatical program director from 1994-2000. In 2001 he became an Interfaith Hospice Chaplain and worked in that position until 2005. He has a Masters of Divinity and a Masters in Counselling Psychology. He has been a Unity Minister since 2008 and is the lead Minister at Unity in the Gold Country Spiritual Center in Grass Valley, Ca.

You might ask...What is ho’oponopono? Tune in today as Rev. Jerry explores how this ancient Hawaiian forgiveness process helps us to move past blocks of hatred, anger, hurt and indifference. Want to heal yourself, your family, friends and neighbors – indeed the whole world? Learn how in healing your heart and mind you heal all hearts and minds.

 

 

healing your heart and mind you heal all hearts and minds.

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