How to use Ho’oponopono to clean up your money paradigms

If one of your goals in 2024 is to double your income, switch to a more fulfilling line of work or finally get out of debt, I say: go for it!

However, is this the same or a similar money goal to the one you made last year?

And maybe the year before that?

If you aren’t making the progress you’re looking for, what could be the problem?

I’m inclined to say it’s your paradigms.

Your paradigms are the programmes – what Gary Craig would call the ‘writing on the walls’ – that keep you stuck.

If you can’t dislodge, delete or replace a paradigm, it will keep you stuck right where you are.

In fact, Gary refers to your paradigms as affirmations. Remember those?

Maybe you even use an affirmation now and then.

But are they working?

If not, Gary might just have the reason why. He says:

The real affirmations are the tail-enders… the ‘yes buts…’ So long as you’re not paying attention to the true affirmations, (the tail enders), they will keep you right where you are.”

Gary Craig

Abraham Hicks puts it this way:

When you want something you do not believe is possible, when you hold a desire for something that you do not expect… it does not unfold easily, for you are not allowing it into your current experience.”

Abraham Hicks

And finally, Neale Donald Walsch says it like this:

No prayer – and a prayer is nothing more than a fervent statement of what is so – goes unanswered. Every prayer – every thought, every statement, every feeling – is creative. To the degree that is fervently held as truth, to that degree will it be made manifest in your experience.”

Neale Donald Walsch

So you see, your paradigms – your operating system – play a fundamental role in your experience, either creating what you want or keeping it from you. It all depends on how much you believe you can achieve whatever it is that you desire.

Your tail enders show you whether or not you believe a particular thing is possible, whether it is true for you or not.

And this is why when it comes to money, you need to understand and identify your tail enders so you can begin to eliminate or change them.

Of course, I prefer to transmute them.


By loving them to death!

Your tail enders are your ‘enemies’. They are the opinions and experiences of money that you have picked up over your lifetime. In early childhood you would have watched your parents or care givers dealing with and discussing money.

And they, in turn, when young children watched their parents or caregivers do the same!

No problem if it was a healthy relationship with money.

But if not? Well, ‘the sins of the father are handed down, even until the seventh generation’!

So it’s vitally important that you get a grip on what your money paradigms are.

And once you’ve done that, you can do as ˋIhaleakalā advises and ‘love your enemies’!

Love your tail enders!

Say ‘I love you’ to them – for giving you a chance to clean up the financial mess you’re in.

Say ‘I’m sorry’ to them – for keeping them trapped here.

Say ‘Please forgive me’ to them – and acknowledge your incorrect perceptions.

Say ‘Thank you’ to Divinity – for giving you and your tail enders a chance to finally be free.

And Divinity will do the rest, transmuting to void whatever you pass Her way. Your Unihipili (subconscious) knows what memories (tail enders/paradigms) are keeping you stuck. Trust this inner child to send up to the Divinity whatever needs to be cleaned and erased.

And so now, here you are, using Ho’oponopono to clean up your paradigms, the tail enders that have been keeping you stuck for years!

The trick is simply to notice what’s going on and as soon as you recognise yourself doubting that financial freedom could be yours, notice a ‘yes, but…’ bubbling up, or find yourself thinking up any other excuse as to why you can’t be financially free… just get to the cleaning!

Love those enemies! Clean (love) them to death!

Make 2024 the year you finally kick the rotten paradigms to the kerb and replace them with something helpful, truthful and wonderful.

If you’d like some help with the cleaning or would find some money mindset coaching to be a useful thing, just get in touch!

After all, where could you be by the end of the year if you finally got your paradigms under control?

If that’s not for you, you can still can take 100% responsibility for your financial situation right now by saying with me the key cleaning words of Ho’oponopono:

“I love you. I’m sorry. Please forgive me. Thank you”

You’ll be glad you did.