Return to Zeropoint II by Robert F. Ray
Ho'oponopono for a better reality

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Ho’oponopono seems like magic, but it is not magic at all. It is real and within your grasp. Return to Zeropoint is our system of teaching how to use Ho’oponopono in an easy and straightforward manner. We take away the pain of learning and get to the nuts and bolts without struggle and strife. Leave your problems and pain behind, and move forward with the life of joy that you deserve. It is within your grasp.

About Robert F. Ray

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Educated in ministry, I have spent countless days as spiritual guide and confidant to many people. I have been there for those who had tough emotional challenges that brought them untold pain. In my personal life, and through the time spent in ministry, I have learned so much about myself. I have had a great affection for the work I have done helping others. No matter how long I did this, I was always frustrated by my inability to relieve pain for someone else. We are powerless to alleviate pain from each other. That is an unfortunate fact of life. In this practice, I have found a solid method of teaching others how to remove their own pain from within their memories. Those painful impressions attached to our memories are constantly influencing us in ways that we can never imagine. Using this system, we can heal those impressions attached to our memories, and the result is healing our reality. Our pain is not our legacy, but our joy and inner peace is the legacy we really do deserve. I live in Fort Lauderdale Florida together with my partner of many years. I am thankful for a life in which I have been graced to find the answers to solve so many of my own plaguing problems. My goal is to show you how to heal yourself, quickly and efficiently.
Published August 8, 2012 by BalboaPress. 124 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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