I Love You
And that’s it. That’s what it takes to get to peace, or zero limits, as Joe Vitale and Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len describe in the book Zero Limits.
Not surprisingly, and quite synchronistically, this book came to me literally a week after I identified that my core objective in life is to 1) feel peace and 2) share it with others.
What I learned in Zero Limits is that peace is completely possible, and it requires one thing of each of us: we must take 100% responsibility for EVERYTHING that is in/and comes into our lives. No more blaming, pointing or seeking to explain or justify.
The only thing we need to do is clear and heal ourselves. And as we do, those around us will be cleared and healed. There is no more “out there”, there is only within.
It would be impossible to describe all of the life-changing information I received from this book, so you should definitely just order it right now and read it yourself.
Using a Hawaiian process called Ho’oponopono, Dr. Len healed a ward of criminally insane mental patients in Hawaii–without ever seeing one patient. He simply cleared (using the statements you see at the beginning of this blog) whatever was within him that fed into the illusion that the patients were a problem. Eventually, the ward completely closed down and no longer exists today–all but 2 were healed.
So far, I’ve been using the process for a couple of days, and the healing and synchronicities are tremendous. Most of all, there is an additional element of peace within me. And when people or situations come up, I take responsibility for them and use the Ho’oponopono process to clear them. In addition, I recommit to staying in the flow, allowing life to happen as it’s meant to and only taking action when inspired to do so.
I also discovered that on Oct. 11th & 12th there will be a Ho’oponopono class in Eugene, Ore. Curious about learning the process and how to clear out the old programs playing in your mind (that disturb your ability to achieve peace)? Then, check it out. I’ll report more as it unfolds for me…
Wishing you peace beyond all understanding (my new sign-off, thanks to Dr. Len),
Posted: September 1st, 2008 under Uncategorized.