I’m so glad you found your way here.

I want you to know that you are powerful beyond measure, and that there is a way for Bliss to flow effortlessly through your life. You are here to experience Joy and the Universe conspires on your behalf — you need only to align yourself with that which is already here for you.


Colleen coached me through Ho’oponopono during a point in my life when my personal relationships were evolving in negative ways. Ho’oponopono was useful in calming my mind. Saying I love you, I’m sorry, please forgive me, thank you, created a place in my life to be present with what is working and taking responsibility to change what isn’t. Ho’oponopono offers a way to clear the past, present & future with a sense of freedom.

Sharon D.

Within a few months of beginning Ho’oponopono I felt such a sense of peace. I felt like a path had cleared and I was finally open to experience the good life had to offer. I was released from the weight of carrying past hurts and unresolved conflict. Within a year my life has been blessed with so many wonderful changes, I am in awe. I am engaged to be married, expecting my first child and living in a peace I never knew existed.

Gigi H.

For as long as I can remember, I had been floating through a strong current without control of my direction. I discovered Ho’oponopono and the more negativity I released the more I was able to see and receive the love around me. I have been given a way to change the effect of the past on my future. For the first time in my life, I feel like my soul is no longer bound by animosity & resentment. The peace in my life is just the beginning, as I will continue to explore & further my practice of Ho’oponopono.

Troy F.

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