4 words that can change your life



Read this post for an easy, free, and effortless way to find more mental peace.

As most of you are well aware, I have been trying to find more meaning in life. 2016 has been a great spiritual journey for me and I have made great progress in getting centered and feeling happier.

In this post, I thought of sharing a particularly easy practice with you. It’s free, effortless, and one of the quickest ways to get some mental peace.


Years back, I had read about an ancient Hawaiian practice of reconciliation and forgiveness called Ho’oponopono. This week, I decided to try it out. And I cannot stop doing it!

The concept is based on the premise that everything that happens in your world is created by you, via your thoughts. And any problem, and I mean absolutely any (including those that are being faced by your loved ones) can be resolved by sending love, and forgiveness towards the problem area, and thereby by healing yourself.


I admit it sounds a little out there, but there is a very interesting story that compelled me to try it. The story says that repetition of these words by a certain Dr. Len actually cured his patients of their mental illness.

What words are these?

Simple, everyday words that can create magic. These are –

I’m Sorry
Please forgive me
I love you
Thank you

Say these in any order you like and see the situation get better.

My experience

I had been facing a few issues with an old friend. One night, I just repeated these words thinking about that friend. And the very next morning, I woke up with a conciliatory text message from them on my phone.

More importantly, these words calmed my mind and helped me get rid of disturbing thoughts. A few minutes after starting, I wasn’t even thinking about the situation – I was just mindlessly repeating these words while doing my work.


Try it out. Start with something small. You have nothing to lose.
And much to gain.

If you want to read more on this, google Ho’oponopono By Dr. Joe Vitale.

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