Zero Limits and Ho’oponopono (Part 3)

Part 3 of 3. Part 2 was yesterdays post.

Morrnah Nalamaku Simeona

Yea…see, Dr. Hew Len being a medical doctor and a psychiatrist to boot, attended a workshop a long few years before he entered that state hospital as its doctor. It was conducted by Morrnah Malamaku Simeona. He attended the workshop THREE times. The first time he walked out before a quarter of it was done – he thought she was crazy. And like how a really bad movie draws you in, he attended the workshop for the second time and managed to sit through almost half of it. I guess he had a thing for punishment because he attended the workshop for the third time. This time he stayed for the whole show.

That is how he learned about the Self I’dentity Ho’oponopono. And that is what he used to cure all those patients.

And what exactly is this Ho’oponopono prayer?



Just to make you feel a little …better(?), Joe Vitale thought that Dr. Hew Len may be a little off..if you know what I mean. In fact, he really couldn’t understand it…at all. What he did do however was reason that it really wouldn’t kill him to say “I love you” to everyone he met – silently. Saying it out loud to everyone may be pushing it a wee bit too far. So he actually just started with that.


However, the more he learned from Dr. Hew Len, the more it became clear to him.

The concept or principle of the prayer is to clear oneself from all old negative / dense programmes which we carry within us. It is a prayer to yourself and to the person or situation that you meet. It’s a prayer of release, it’s a prayer to forgive yourself and therefore becoming free from all that muck you carry around within you, whether you know it or not. It’s to see all these people as true beings with Divine light within them and to release them from the web you have created, knowingly or unknowingly.


It is in a manner of speaking a process of emptying. As you empty yourself from these programs you allow the Divine to shine through, You clear and polish so that you glow, from within.

Clear and release. Clear and release. And all it takes is a sincere willingness and 4 sentences said within your heart.

As Joe Vitale tells his story, the reader gets a better understanding of what it is all about. He takes you through his own confusion and leads you through, just as he was lead through to a clearer picture about the Ho’oponopono.

The only little thing about the book is to try and not mind the various plugs by Joe Vitale of his various websites and books. If you can manage that and just read the story for the sake of the tale and the lesson it gives, you’ll enjoy the book! It’s actually an easy read. I managed reading this while working 12.5 hour shifts at the clinic, in two days.


My personal experience and learning from this:

I tried the prayer. I said it everyday for two weeks, every moment I said it, every person and patient I met I said it. It was …tiring. That’s when I realised that I needed to adapt it. To make it more realistic.

So now I say it whenever someone or some situation pushes “buttons” within me. When I see bad news in the newspaper or when someone tells me something which causes an effect within me, I say it. When someone tells me something about someone which is negative, I say it.

When a patient comes in with something more than a cold and when I remember, I say it by placing my hands on their records (after they leave the room of course). When a patient yelled at me for being ridiculous getting information about his disease from him instead of just giving him the medication he asked for, I said it. And you know what? I didn’t feel angry with him. I was shocked of course but as I kept repeating it silently, even long after he walked out of the clinic in a huff, I actually did feel love for him!

Does it really work? I don’t know. I have read the story of how one single man closed up a psychiatric ward. That is all the “evidence” that I have.

What I do know is that I choose to believe that it works. I choose to believe that it is the intention and not so much the words which makes it happen. I choose to believe because it’s scientific fact that everything is energy. You can’t destroy energy, it just changes. So I believe that with this process, I am in my own little way helping to transmute these denser energies into higher vibrations and as all energy does, it ripples out.

The thing is each individual on this planet is setting their own webs out, they are projecting their energies outwards and it ripples across the world. The more people who work towards transmuting their own energies to vibrate at a higher frequency the better it will get. The more we understand the enormous power we each hold within us, we can trust that even our “little bit” will have it’s effect in the world.


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If neither works for you and you still want to read the book, just let me know and I’ll be glad to email it to you 🙂


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20 thoughts on “Zero Limits and Ho’oponopono (Part 3)

  1. And part 3 does have a happy ending! I am so impressed with your tenacity in saying the prayer. I believe it can work and I did use it on the Jewish day of at-one-ment for my own way of recognizing this day set aside for contemplation and forgiveness.

    love and light,


  2. I love Ho’oponopono prayer. I have practiced it to some degree. I love this post its beautiful. Such a loving practice.
    (¯`✿´¯) (¯`✿´¯)
    *`•.¸(¯`✿´¯)¸.•´ * *Ḻ✿ṽ℮
    *✿*.` •.¸.•´*✿*• .¸¸.`•´¯✿


  3. I dont know the story about the hoponopono but i was introduced to it by a healer.At first it did not make sense but later she said its a way to tell your soul all that is contained in the prayer. Ahh,this my mind could correspond to as i had seen my soul in a regression-it was indeed battered to its core. By saying this prayer I know I am nursing self n situations like a mother singing a lullabye. It has done me good. Do try it at least for the soul’s sake.


  4. I use a slightly different mantra:

    I bless you. I release you. I set you free.
    I allow you to be you and me to be me.

    But it works to transform my perspective . . . in an instant.


  5. Arrgh I LOVE YOU
    As I just lose a big comment I left here Shree…..

    as my fingers slipped and somehow I went back to your previous post!..

    In essence I said our Minds our our Greatest Tools and we have lost so much of how to use them positively .. We misuse our minds so often in the negative frame, and bring to our bodies disease as our dis-ease of mind gets the better of us..
    Thank you for this wonderful series I have so enjoyed, and I have saved the book online to read in my browser thank you for the link..
    Much love and Many thanks for your wonderful verbalisation of this amazing story 🙂
    Blessings Sue xoxox


    1. Ugh…I really do not like it when that happens, to lose comments like that 😦

      You are absolutely right. The power that we hold within us…specially the mind…it’s amazing and it’s really quite silly at what we choose to use it for, isn’t it!
      I’m so glad you enjoyed the series!! I hope you enjoy the book 🙂 *hugs*


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