Using Just 4 Short Phrases He Transformed A Ward Of Criminally Insane.
Instead, he practiced ho’oponopono daily.
"I didn’t heal them. I healed part of myself that created them," explains Dr. Len.
This goes hand in hand with Simeona's past teaching of having to "experience by yourself what you have done to others."
Simeona believed that the baggage and emotional turmoil people carry today are "things we had brought with us from other lifetimes."
By taking accountability of our own life, then the problems around us begin to dissipate.
Len who does not see himself as a kahuna like his mentor Simeona, believes problems are internal rather than external. Len believes humans project what is inside themselves.
How can you apply ho’oponopono to your life?
Think of the person you are not getting along with, imagine yourself giving love and support, and forgiveness. After you have healed, let that person go, complete as many times until you stop feeling hate or anger towards the individual.
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