Saturday, April 26, 2008

Zero Limits and Ho'oponopono

It took me awhile to finally finish reading this book, albeit having an incredibly exhausted month! Although I find it refreshing and stimulating to the soul, there were a chapter or two which I left out because I find it too difficult to comprehend.

This book is written by Joe Vitale together with Dr.Ihaleakala Hew Len. Dr. Hew Len is a therapist who helped heal an entire ward of mentally ill criminals - without ever seeing any of them professionally! He used a most unusual healing method from Hawaii called Ho'oponopono.

Ho'oponopono is an ancient Hawaiian system that helps clean the unconscious, which is where the block resides. It helps dissolve the hidden programs that keep us from attaining our desires; whether health, wealth, happiness or anything else. It all happens inside us. It is to take total responsibility for our lives. It is a process of repentance, forgiveness and transmutations. It is a process of letting go of toxic energies within us and replace it with Love. Love accomplishes this by flowing through the mind, beginning with the spiritual, the superconscious. It then continues its flow through the intellectual mind, the conscious mind, freeing it of thinking energies. Finally, it moves into the emotional mind, the subconscious, voiding thoughts of toxic emotions and filling them with Love. The purpose of life is to be restored back to Love, moment to moment.

Joe Vitale puts it this way : Everone has a lens through which they view the world. Religions, philosophies, therapies, authors, speakers, gurus and candlestick makers all perceive the world through a particular mind-set. The book teaches us how to use a new lens to dissolve all other lens. Once we succeed, we'll be at a place called Zero Limits.

Zero limits talks about returning to zero state where nothing exists but anything is possible. In the zero state there are no thoughts, words, deeds, memories, programs, beliefs or anything else. Just nothing.

In the end, the entire essence of this book can be summarized in one phrase, a phrase that reveals the ultimate secret of the universe..."I'M SORRY, PLEASE FORGIVE ME, I LOVE YOU, THANK YOU."

1 comment:

S.Ghosh said...

so very well said WM and thanks for briefing the story which otherwise i would have never read.....
i admit a state call "nothing" is what we all want yet we indulge in "everything"
insightful !!!!