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by Victoria Shook

  • Author: Victoria Shook
  • ISBN: 0824810473
  • ISBN13: 978-0824810474
  • ePub: 1646 kb | FB2: 1451 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Management & Leadership
  • Publisher: University of Hawaii Press; 1st edition (1986)
  • Pages: 141
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 250
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Ho'oponopono: Contemporary Uses of a Hawaiian Problem-Solving Process ePub download

The two books agree with a general definition of the word "ho'oponopono", and then diverge in. .What I got instead is a book on Ho'oponopono a group problem solving process traditionally used in a Hawaiian family setting

The two books agree with a general definition of the word "ho'oponopono", and then diverge in both philosophy and application. Some readers will find this book more useful than Vitale/Hew Len's book; some may find this style of ho'opnonopono more useful than the "Self-Identity" style. No readers should find them to be the same style, however. What I got instead is a book on Ho'oponopono a group problem solving process traditionally used in a Hawaiian family setting. If that's what you're looking for then I guess it's a good book for that. I would say that anyone that is involved in any kind of counseling should take it upon themselves to read this book.

The process begins with prayer. A statement of the problem is made, and the transgression discussed. Shook, Victoria E. Hoʻoponopono: Contemporary Uses of a Hawaiian Problem Solving Process, University of Hawaii Press (1986). ISBN 978-0-8248-1047-4. Family members are expected to work problems through and cooperate, not "hold fast to the fault". One or more periods of silence may be taken for reflection on the entanglement of emotions and injuries. Everyone's feelings are acknowledged. Simeona, Morrnah, Self-Identity through Hoʻoponopono, Basic 1, Pacifica Seminars (1990).

Hooponopono book Ho'Oponopono: Contemporary Uses of a Hawaiian Problem Solving Process. 0824810473 (ISBN13: 9780824810474).

Seven case studies demonstrate how the age-old Hawaiian process of family problem-solving can be adapted in innovative ways and applied successfully today to situations ranging from social work with Hawaiian families to drug abuse. Ho'Oponopono: Contemporary Uses of a Hawaiian Problem Solving Process.

Ho& a traditional Hawaiian family problem-solving process, is experiencing a current revival. Through East-West Center affiliation, awardees become part of a growing network of students and alumni forging the shape and substance of the world's most vibrant region. Found to be a valid and useful method of resolving family and group conflict by both Hawaiians and non-Hawaiians, it has recently been adapted and successfully used in both old and new ways. Asian Development Bank-Japan Scholarship. South Pacific Scholarship.

Ho'oponopono : Contemporary Uses of a Hawaiian Problem-Solving Process. by E. Victoria Shook. Seven case studies demonstrate how the age-old Hawaiian process of family problem-solving can be adapted in innovative ways and applied successfully today to situations ranging from social work with Hawaiian families to drug abuse.

HO'OPONOPONO Seven case studies demonstrate how the age-old Hawaiian process of family problem-solving can be adapted in innovative ways and applied successfully today to situations ranging from social work with Hawaiian families to drug abuse. University of Hawaii Press.

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Ho‘oponopono: Contemporary uses of a Hawaiian problem-solving process. Conflict resolution processes exist in every society. Mandatory mediation-The Israeli pilot. However, a comparison between Western and Middle Eastern procedures of dispute resolution processes reveals different assumptions,underline each approach. The comparison is based on the analysis of two case studies, the first case study is a description of dispute settlement process between Christians and Druze in an Arab village in Israel (mediated by Muslims).

Shook, Victoria E. Hoʻoponopono: Contemporary Uses of a Hawaiian Problem Solving Process, University of Hawaii Press (1986) ISBN 978-0-8248-1047-4. Steuterman, Kim Rogers, Sacred Harmony, Hawaii Magazine (Jan/Feb 2004).

Seven case studies demonstrate how the age-old Hawaiian process of family problem-solving can be adapted in innovative ways and applied successfully today to situations ranging from social work with Hawaiian families to drug abuse.
Bulace
Interesting information on Hawaiian "pono."
Iell
This book was not what I expected. I found it quite boring.
Dalarin
Fine
Ylonean
This is a keeper for me. I use it often and each time it unfolds more. I wanted to see how this relates to the Self Identity Through Ho' opononono. It helped to see where things stand.
Goltizuru
This is a 1985 work describing a family/small-group conflict resolution method. It may be competent social work research, it may accurately describe authentic Hawaiian tradition; I'm not competent to assert or deny either. It is written fairly, however - the author is careful to describe her subject as "one style of ho'oponopono" (page 8), and to insert appropriate disclaimers, e.g., only two of the eight practioners interviewed were using the conflict resolution method "regularly" when she completed the book (page 101).

What hasn't been made clear in the book description or in recent reviews is that this conflict resolution method has very little in common with the fundamentally-individual methods described by Joe Vitale and Dr. Hew Len in their "Self-Identity Ho'oponopono". The two books agree with a general definition of the word "ho'oponopono", and then diverge in both philosophy and application.

Some readers will find this book more useful than Vitale/Hew Len's book; some may find this style of ho'opnonopono more useful than the "Self-Identity" style. No readers should find them to be the same style, however.

Four stars for those interested in family/small-group conflict resolution, four stars for those interested in another view of ho'oponopono, one star because the University of Hawaii Press and Amazon.com really should use the summary of the book on its back cover as an editorial review here.
Average: three.
Gaiauaco
This is not the book for you if you're interested in the individual use of Ho'oponopono in your daily (actually minute-by-minute) life. This is more a scholarly research dissertaion on the practice in a group setting. To learn Ho'oponopono as an individual discipline (without the need of a group and group leader), Joe Vitale's "Zero Limits" is indispensible. After reading "Zero Limits", Mabel Katz's "The Easiest Way" is a short easy reference work for keeping on your night-stand. Whatever you do, read one or both and start using the technique. The results are amazing. All the best.
Gela
It was very good and I look forward to learning more
I thought I was buying a book on the Ho'oponopono technique I read about on the internet which operates by one taking 100% responsibility upon them-selves on whatever problem needs solving in another's life. What I got instead is a book on Ho'oponopono a group problem solving process traditionally used in a Hawaiian family setting.

If that's what you're looking for then I guess it's a good book for that. I would say that anyone that is involved in any kind of counseling should take it upon themselves to read this book. The author interviews a bunch of councilors that use Ho'oponopono in their counseling and shows how they have integrated it into non-family situations and nontraditional cultures.

Even parents would be well advised to read at least a chapter from this book to discover a new way of bringing their families closer together, while resolving conflicts.
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