| | The Old Lady, Under the Hooponopono Model
The hooponopono model goes like this. You create everything in your reality. You may not know exactly you created a particular situation or event, but you created it anyway.
If something in your reality is ugly, painful, terrible, tragic or sad, then that is also your creation, or more precisely, your miscreation. You miscreated it because you are flawed, because you are imperfect, because you are not divine.
Thus Kanzeon has miscreated. The fact that the old lady has appeared in his reality and presents a problem/issue means tht Kanzeon has miscreated. He does not know how, he may not admit it, but he has miscreated.
The solution therefore is to hand over the situation to Divinity. How is this done? You meditate very deeply. In your mind, you go back to Divinity, or what Joe Vitale calls "point zero", where nothing exists and therefore all things are possible.
(It is also perhaps what Abraham calls "Source"; and what Christianity calls "God", and perhaps what Buddhism calls "emptiness" or "the luminous presence of mind").
There, you consider the old lady's situation, and in the presence of Divinity, you apply the formula. You apologise for your miscreation. You express gratitude to Divinity. You express love for everything in your situation. And you hand over the situation to Divinity
"I am sorry"
"I love you"
These are the key phrases in hooponopono. The essential idea here is that you do not seek to manifest any specific outcome for the old lady, that is, you do not seek to manifest that she should live here, or live there, or do this, or do that.
You merely admit that you have miscreated. You express love, repentance and gratitude, and you ask Divinity to take care of the situation for you. YOu do not know how, but you trust that Divinity knows.
Next, God steps in and takes over the situation. That's it. And if you believe the accounts in Vitale's book, then you'll see that the results are regularly miraculous.