“The Hawaiian tradition teaches that all life is connected.  

“Ho’oponopono is, therefore, not only a way of healing ourselves, but others and our world as well.”

– Timothy Freke.

Dr. Hew Len’s saying: “I didn’t heal these patients, I healed part of myself that created them…”

“The main objective of Ho’oponopono is getting to “the state of Zero, where we have zero limits. No memories. No identity.”[42]

“Dr Hew Len believed that we are responsible for everyone’s actions, not only for one’s own.

“Total Responsibility, according to Hew Len, advocates that everything exists as a projection from inside the human being.”[46]


According to John Assaraf:

Why You Should Be Aware of Quantum Physics – John Assaraf

Everything you see in our physical world started as an idea, an idea that grew as it was shared and expressed, until it grew enough into a physical object through a number of steps.

“You literally become what you think about most.

“Your life becomes what you have imagined and believed in most.

“The world is literally your mirror, enabling you to experience in the physical plane what you hold as your truth … until you change it.

Quantum physics shows us that the world is not the hard and unchangeable thing it may appear to be.

“Instead, it is a very fluid place continuously built up using our individual and collective thoughts.

“What we think is true is really an illusion, almost like a magic trick.

“Fortunately we have begun to uncover the illusion and most importantly, how to change it…”

Why You Should Be Aware of Quantum Physics – John Assaraf

The Irish philosopher George Berkeley (1685 – 1753) believed that “there are no material substances.”

In other words, the War is Syria is only an idea.

Your computer is only an idea.

According to Berkeley, “There are only finite mental substances and an infinite mental substance, namely, God.”

According to Berkeley:

“Whatever power I may have over my own thoughts, I find the ideas actually perceived by Sense have not a like dependence on my will.

“When in broad daylight I open my eyes, it is not in my power to choose whether I shall see or no, or to determine what particular objects shall present themselves to my view; and so likewise as to the hearing and other senses; the ideas imprinted on them are not creatures of my will.

“There is therefore some other Will or Spirit that produces them.”

“At the core of Dr Hew Len’s perspective is the idea of taking responsibility for more than your personal self because ‘you are in me and I am in you’.

“His way of expressing Ho’oponopono contains an awareness that the discordance we find in others and in the world outside ourselves is due to ‘errors’ in thought stored in our personal and collective memories.

“The belief in these errors existing in some form of collective memory accessible to all allows for a person practicing Ho’oponopono to clean these errors, whether the error originated in their personal thoughts or not.”

“The only problem with human beings is that they are arrogant, because that’s what thinking is.

“This is in essence ‘I know’.

“Wisdom is being in the void. To be thoughtless.

Only by being in the void can the Light come through.

“As long as I have something going on in my mind the Light can’t come through. The Light can only come in when the mind is cleared – in a state of silence.”

– Dr Hew Len.

Dr. Len (right).
Hawaiian psychologist Dr. Hew Len reportedly “healed an entire hospital of mentally ill criminals without ever having interviewed a single patient. 
“He focused on healing himself and, miraculously, it ended up transforming an entire hospital of both staff and patients!”

“Zero Limits” Book Review by Scott Mowry

Hawaii State Hospital, where Dr Hew Len reportedly worked.

Two social workers at the hospital, Omaka-O-Kala Hamaguchi and Emory Lance Oliveira, have written about Dr. Hew Len’s work at the hospital

“The ward, Hamaguchi and Oliveira explained, was a newly opened forensic unit called the Closed Intensive Security Unit (CISU)… 
“Dr. Hew Len … always seemed happy and at ease, and everyone at the hospital liked him… 
“Hamaguchi and Oliveira confirmed that as the years went by even some of the most severely ill patients in the unit appeared to be getting better, and the entire unit seemed to be ‘coming alive’ – even the plants were thriving… 
“Things and people were all around more functional. They also noted that Dr. Hew Len had shared some of his ho’oponopono techniques with the staff.”

Whirled Musings

Dr. Hew Len was taught by Morrnah Simeonawhose version of hoʻoponopono was influenced by her Christian beliefs.

There are some people who doubt that Dr Hew Len had anything to do with the Hawaii hospital.

Whirled Musings: Lunatics, lawn chairs, and sweet little lies

However, Michael Micklei reports that Dr. Hew Len used his ho’oponopono healing at Hawaii State Hospital from 1984 to 1987.

Michael Micklei reports that every day he saw Dr. Hew Len walking through the hospital.

Dr. Hew Len is a teacher of Ho’oponopono, which dates back centuries in Hawaii and beyond.

Ho’oponopono corrects, restores and maintains good relationships.

The basis of Dr. Hew Len’s Ho’oponopono is that in order to make changes, and create miracles, you must take responsibility for everything in the world.

According to Hew Len, everything exists as a projection from inside the human being. [45]

How can you be responsible for 9/11 or the French Revolution?

Dr. Hew Len believes that we are responsible for everything that we experience; our minds, shaped by our present life and past lives, creates our world.

In order for things to improve, you must take total responsibility for everything in the world.

To get the power to change things for the better, Dr. Hew Len instructs that you repeatedly say to the ‘Divine’:

“I am sorry,” “please forgive me,” “thank you,” and “I love you.”

“Problems that show up in our lives are merely reminders of old ‘memories’ that need to be healed.

“And the memories are ancient as well, having been passed down through generations of our families and ancestors. And we pick up memories like we do viruses.”

Dr. Hew Len was asked about the healing of the mentally ill criminals. 

“What were you doing within yourself that caused those people to change?”

“‘I was simply healing the part of me that created them,’ he said. 
“Dr. Len explained that total responsibility for your life means that everything in your life – simply because it is in your life – is your responsibility. 
“In a literal sense the entire world is your creation.”
Dr. Len’s story


Excerpt from “Zero Limits” by Joe Vitale and Dr. Hew Len.

Dr. Len’s story

“The psychologist Dr. Hew Len would study an inmate’s chart and then look within himself to see how he created that person’s illness.

“As he improved himself, the patient improved.

“Dr. Len never saw patients.

“He agreed to have an office and to review their files. While he looked at those files, he would work on himself.

“As he worked on himself, patients began to heal.

Dr. Len’s story

“After a few months, patients that had to be shackled were being allowed to walk freely,” he told me.

“Others who had to be heavily medicated were getting off their medications. And those who had no chance of ever being released were being freed.” I was in awe. “Not only that,” he went on, “but the staff began to enjoy coming to work. Absenteeism and turnover disappeared.

“‘What were you doing within yourself that caused those people to change?’

“I was simply healing the part of me that created them,” he said…

“If you want to cure anyone – even a mentally ill criminal – you do it by healing you.

“I asked Dr. Len how he went about healing himself. What was he doing, exactly, when he looked at those patients’ files?

“I just kept saying, ‘I’m sorry’ and ‘I love you’ over and over again,” he explained…

“Turns out that loving yourself is the greatest way to improve yourself, and as you improve yourself, your improve your world…”

Evelyn Rodriguez
Interests: My passions include drinking tea, eating seasonal foods from local farms, great literature, art, meeting people, travel, writing from an awakened heart — or what Buddhists call the soft spot of bodhichitta, strolling in the woods, admiring neighbor’s gardens, writing poems in romantic artful cities, philosophy, and Man’s quest to answer the ‘Big Questions’ (why are we here, what is our purpose, who am I, for starters).


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