I'm really into hooponopono and other mantra clearing methods because I feel like I can do them at anytime. However I feel like using these mantras silently at work interferes with my focus and my productivity on a task because I'm obsessed over cleaning up the things that bother me.

Hooponopono and energy clearing has become an obsession for me. I use this mantra all day every day because I'm addicted to it and want to reach even higher and better realities fast.

So I was wondering if you have to clear them as they arise or if you can find a time and a place to do this such as your lunch break or after work. I would also like to know if it has the same effect as clearing these emotions as they arise.

As much as I love energy clearing I feel like I need to focus more on what I'm doing to get stuff done.

When ever I experience something I don't like even if it's in the middle of a huge task I feel the urge to use these mantras.

I don't know if I'm over obsessing over them or if this means something bigger. I would like some advice because I feel like I always have to clear all day every day.

I would love to hear from you all

asked 05 May '15, 22:34

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It's not mandatory at all to do clean-ups as the emotions arise. In fact, as you've noted, it can, and often will, interfere with your daily life to do so.

For me, I just make a note of anything "bad feeling" that pops up (I do it in a smartphone), forget about it, and then deal with it the next morning. (This is a fundamental key part of Manifesting Experiment 2 and Manifesting Experiment 5 that often seems to be overlooked).

The next morning, if the brief note I've made isn't enough to fully reactivate the "bad feeling" then I'll write out (or type out) some Specific Negative statements to bring the emotion back to full strength until I can feel the "discomfort" clearly somewhere in my body.

When you can strongly feel that emotional discomfort, you're then ready to apply your favorite clearing method, and it will work as effectively as clearing it up in the moment of it first surfacing.


answered 06 May '15, 03:03

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Thank You. This was helpful.

(06 May '15, 08:15) MrFeelGood

Good Answer. Does this work for things that happened years ago that don't bother you much any more? I would like to completely clean up a past experience for good.

(08 May '15, 15:06) MrFeelGood

@MrFeelGood - "Does this work for things that happened years ago that don't bother you much any more?" - Yes, certainly it does. But if something doesn't bother you much, it's not usually worth the effort of reactivating it just to clean it up - just don't think about it any more. I will only clean up a past memory if it resurfaces by itself and causes me discomfort. Unless they are over quickly, whole life clean-ups can trap you.

(09 May '15, 01:57) Stingray
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To answer your question if your negative emotion will affect what you will do and if it is important then you might want to clear out those negative emotion or thought. it is better to stay at the beginning and know the end then rush to the end and turn around and see that it is not really what we wanted or where we wanted to go. how to end this cycle of darkness that cause division in the mind and the heart? should you not deal with it at the beginning so that what you do is true and good or wait at then end and let it affect every thing you do?

Have you found the beginning, then, that you are looking for the end? You see, the end will be where the beginning is.

Congratulations to the one who stands at the beginning: that one will know the end and will not taste death.


answered 06 May '15, 11:38

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