Dealing with Agnes

Sep 10, 2018 by Luann Robinson Hull
Dear Friends,

These are interesting times—no doubt about it… lots of drama and darkness in high places, and it’s so easy to get all swept up.  Whether it’s Rachel Maddow, Sean Hannity, Blitzer or Colbert, discussions in the media are often about what went wrong on any given day and who is to blame. Much less fashionable are talking points on what actually might work to support the greater good, regardless of political persuasion. And speaking of what might work to support the greater good, I’ve been thinking about that topic for a while now. I even wrote a book about starting a new love story on planet earth. A pretty lofty goal, I know. But, even so, what’s stopping us?

The Benefits of Ho'op in Action

Aug 17, 2006 by Luann Robinson Hull
Last week we were introduced to a Hawaiian ritual called Ho’oponopono (interesting to note how many Hawaiian syllables are repeated twice…perhaps for emphasis?) This simple method for healing requires only our willingness to embrace in ourselves, the potential to be all of the things we resist in another. And then, ask for our own healing of those qualities. That is all. That is it.

I practiced Ho’oponopono as many times as I could last week (and, admittedly…sometimes I forgot!). I tried to remember to embrace and accept in myself that which I might be resisting in someone else… when I was driving, walking, sitting, or waiting...particularly when I was starting to fume. What I noticed, is that doing so immediately put me...