Aloha Divorce is more than just a name, it is a philosophy we stand behind. The practice of Aloha is an essence of being: love, peace, compassion, and a mutual understanding of respect. Aloha means living in harmony with the people and the land around you with mercy, sympathy, grace and respect. We strive to implement that philosophy in everything that we do.
In the Hawaiian language, it can mean hello, goodbye, and love. Which happens to what you will experience during your divorce. You will say goodbye to a previous relationship, hello to new beginnings, and you will find the love that you are looking for.
Saying Goodbye with Aloha
Saying goodbye to your past can be hard. But saying goodbye with love can make this transition easier. You can do this by letting go of the resentment, the blame, the indifference, the jealousy and helplessness. When you do this, you will find the forgiveness and love you need to move on in a happier and healthier way. By practicing Aloha with your divorce and living in harmony with your past with mercy, sympathy, grace and respect towards your ex, you will have a much smoother departure from your past.
Saying Hello to New Beginnings with Aloha
Divorce doesn’t mean your life is over. It is an opportunity for a new beginning. When we eventually are able to celebrate the ending of a relationship and be grateful for the lessons we learned, we have released and healed our hearts and are ready to say hello to the limitless possibilities for love and happiness that are available. The ability to pick the right person comes from an open heart. Truly anyone can find love after their divorce if they find it first with their own self.
By practicing Aloha you will saying goodbye to your past with love and grace and will be ready to say hello to new beginnings with an open heart.