When researching Ho’oponopono, you have probably heard about Dr. Ihaleakalá Hew Len, or at least you have read his name. Ihaleakalá was a clinical psychologist and a disciple of Morrnah Nalamaku Simona, the creator of Self-Identity through Ho’oponopono.
History of IHALEAKALÁ HEW LEN
Dr. Hew Len made history by bringing this ancestral Hawaiian art to the criminal patient ward of the Hawaii State Hospital, where he had been offered to work.
Most of the professionals hired resigned in a short time or called in sick, stating that the place was very hostile and interaction with the detained patients was very difficult.
The truth is that Dr. Hew Len never treated patients conventionally, by interviewing them, but he studied their medical history and while doing so practiced Ho’oponopono, at least two or three times a day.
After a few months of working there and practicing Ho’oponopono – in other words, asking Divinity to heal the memories he shared with these people, the results were amazing. Patients who had been shackled could walk freely, others managed to reduce the doses of drugs they received, and some who never thought they could leave there were released.
Dr. Ihaleakalá’s Ho’oponopono work was not only reflected in the patients but also in the employees, who began to enjoy their work, while absenteeism and high turnover of professionals disappeared.
Dr. Ihaleakalá Hew Len traveled around the world teaching the Ho’oponopono technique, which consists of taking 100% responsibility and letting go, to allow God to transmute memories of suffering, most of them from other lifetimes and/or our ancestors.
MABEL and Dr. Ihaleakalá Hew Len
Ho'oponopono and Ihaleakalá Hew Len
The ancestral Hawaiian art of Ho’oponopono is a powerful process of liberation and forgiveness, where we free ourselves from toxic memories that are replayed in our subconscious minds.
As Ihaleakalá said in one of his last messages – The only purpose of your life and mine is the restoration of our identity… our mind: its return to its original state of emptiness or zero (Buddha), purity of heart (Jesus) and being blank (Shakespeare) through endless cleansing.
Dr. Hew Len taught us that every time we do our part, by giving God permission (letting go), He does His part (transmuting) and magic happens. Many times, it’s being said that Ho’oponopono doesn’t work because is too easy, so the intellect dismisses it.
Ihakeakalá always said that if we knew what happens every time we said “thank you” or “I love you” (Ho’oponopono trigger words), we wouldn’t stop doing it.