“What the hell is that ?”
If that is your question, here goes.
The legendary story
A summary of the legendary story of a man known as Dr. Hew Len, who cured every patient in the criminally insane ward of a Hawaii State Hospital without ever seeing a single patient. Now, this may initially sound insane, however, let’s have a closer look.
Dr. Len set up an office within the hospital to review his patients’ files and over a period of four years the patients were all healed. Even the hospital staff who had been calling in sick eventually loved coming to work. What did he do to achieve these incredible results?
He used an old Hawaiian healing and cleansing method called Ho’oponopono to accomplish all of this magic. It is based on healing through loving oneself. Dr. Len repeated the words “thank you”, “I am sorry”, “please forgive me” and “I love you” over and over while reviewing the patients’ files. After a few months, the patients who were shackled were allowed to walk freely, patients were taken off extreme medications and even the hopeless cases were eventually released back into society.
How does this work – the mechanics
By using this potent forgiveness and releasing process, you are able to “clear your mind of subconscious blocks thus allowing you to achieve what you truly want. It clears out unconsciously accepted beliefs, thoughts, and memories that you may not even know are holding you back.
Dr. Len shared that he was simply healing the part of him that was mirrored in his patients.
We all have a little crazy to be forgiven and loved, we all need to hear the words I am sorry, from me to me, and it is this incredible process that allows you to offer others the same opportunity of healing.
If you want to read more about this there are numerous books that offer far more than what I have shared in this blog. My primary reason for sharing this is as a reminder that your thoughts and words matter.
When your life does not turn out the way you imagine, take a moment to inspect your everyday words.
“Don’t ever diminish the power of words. Words move hearts and hearts move limbs”.