As a lifelong practitioner and leading authority on Ho’oponopono, the ancient Hawaiian art of problem-solving, I have dedicated my life in support of world peace, along with the simple idea that, in today’s uncertain and volatile world, we need to bring more awareness and love to the world. Peace is no longer an option. The survival of our planet depends on our ability to spread peace in the world.
In pursuit of this mission, I have traveled all over the world, speaking to small and large groups alike, young and old. I have spoken in small community centers and large auditoriums. I have spoken inside corporations, in schools, and in prisons. I have spoken (and will continue to speak) to anyone whose heart is open to the truth that will set them free and allow them to discover their true Divinity.
This message is at the core of my Zero Frequency® Program, which is dedicated to helping others wake up and realize their potential and who they are — happy, peaceful, abundant, and fully conscious. Zero Frequency is our pathway back to our true essence, our road to peace.
Among my travels, I have also had the good fortune to speak in front of national senates and other influential government bodies, plus I launched my Word Peace Campaign, Peace within is world peace, at the United Nations in Vienna. I have always had a soft spot for the United Nations, which is why On October 24, I will join the rest of the world in celebrating United Nations Day, a day to mark the anniversary of when the organization officially came into being in 1948.
I have always believed that we should support and honor those who tirelessly work for peace. They are the courageous visionaries who will change the world.
As most people know, the United Nations is the world’s largest intergovernmental organization, including 193 countries (out of 195). According to their mission statement, they are committed to maintaining international peace and security, developing friendly relations among nations, and promoting social progress, better living standards, and human rights. Put another way, they are an organization that is asking two of the most important questions we can ask today — what kind of a future do we want, and how can we bring more peace to the world?
Here is the important lesson for us all — these are not just questions for the United Nations. These are questions we must all ask — you, me, your friends, family, and community. The world. And we must ask these questions every day, and never stop until we have the answers we seek. As I have said all my life, Peace Begins With Me. And you. In short, we can honor the United Nations by making their mission our mission. We must bring peace to our own small corners of the world. To our own hearts.
Of course, there are many ways we can begin, and none more potent or effective than love and acceptance for all. We must return to our natural state of Zero — the limitless state that comes when we live in the Now — present, conscious, free of judgment — allowing our hearts to open to the wisdom, love, and peace that already lives within each of us.
Peace is already here. We don’t need to go looking for it. We need to recognize it and then start living it. And when we do this for ourselves, we become like small ripples in a pond, slowly spreading out to the rest the world. And each time someone joins in this mission — adding their own peace and love — the ripples become stronger and larger until soon the ripples become tidal waves of peace and love.
It is the only way to change the world.
It’s time for us to open our hearts to the wisdom, love, and peace that already lives within us. It’s time for us to recognize that we are all part of the United Nations, each master of our own journey to peace and love. And the only way we will unite all nations is by realizing that we are not one thing. We are many things. We may be separated by oceans and mountains, language, and ideologies, but we are united by our timeless connection to the Universe, to the Divine. We are connected by love.
And the moment we recognize and live from this truth, we will have begun the long journey back to peace. To ourselves. All we have to do is take the first step.
Let us begin today.