I LOVE YOU, I’M SORRY, FORGIVE ME PLEASE, THANK YOU.
Four simple phrases that you probably remember easily and that you can repeat all the time. This constant repetition involves so little effort that it almost becomes automatic.
If only we repeated the phrase I LOVE YOU: “I love you, I love you, I love you, I love you …” Not out loud, not to another person, but in your mind, with some kind of knowledge of the Divine, you would already be transforming the moment, transforming your experience now into reality.
Forget for a moment that you can transform other people around you, forget for a moment that you can transform your problems, if you just repeated in your mind “I love you, I love you, I love you, I love you”, what kind of expansive effect you would be sending?
Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len, teacher of Ho’oponopono, makes the observation:
The purpose of life is for us to be restored to love again, moment by moment. To fulfill this purpose, the individual must recognize that he is 100 percent responsible for the creation of his life as it is. You must come to see that it is your thoughts that create your life the way it is, moment by moment. The problems are not the people, places and situations, but rather the thoughts of them. He must come to appreciate that there is no such thing as the “out there.”
Remember that everything in your life is a projection.
Joe Vitale, teacher of The Secret, wrote the book “Zero Limits” (Zero Limits) on the subject of Ho’oponopono and the story of Dr. Len. In his research, he interviewed a social worker who worked at the same time as Dr. Len at the Mentally Ill Hospital where this technique was applied. She said that Dr. Len did not do evaluations, diagnosis, did not do therapies and did not do psychological tests. He was regularly late, did not give lectures, and did not update the patient record. Instead, he practiced the Ho’oponopono process. She continues explaining that after a few months, results were seen.
In a particular case, a very dangerous criminal patient had to go to court. The day before he appeared before the law, he dismissed his defense lawyer. The next day, he appeared before the judge and regretted his crimes and humbly declared: “I am responsible and I regret it.” Nobody expected that, the judge was shocked because he knew very well the mentally ill criminal record.
It is a fact that the practice of the “Ho’oponopono Self-Identity” process achieves true changes. Joe Vitale taught this practice to several of his collaborators and one of them tells this story that happened while he was in the garden of his house. A neighbor’s son got out of control, enraged and screaming left the house while fighting with his mother. The collaborator, who knew the technique, began to mentally repeat “I love you, I love you, I love you …” while focusing his attention on the boy. After a few minutes, the young man calmed down.
These stories should not surprise us if we understand that our thoughts impact on the things around us. Start using Ho’oponopono technique today; it is very easy and also very powerful.