Attain peace in every day life!
Posted April 11, 2010on:
Have you ever heard of a doctor who cured all his patient without even visiting them? Sounds strange isn’t it? If you want to read a book which is totally different from all self help books, go for Dr. Joe Vitale’s: Zero Limits…..
“Zero Limits” is a book which is based on an ancient Hawaiin technique of cleaning one self. It is called Ho’o pono pono (Difficult to pronounce but easy to practice!!!, the word means: To rectify an error). It teaches a person to bring himself or herself to be at ‘zero state’ i.e. the state when a person is in harmony with universe.
Dr. Wayne Dyre has remarked: “We are not a physical being having spiritual experience, we are a spiritual being having a physical experience”. This book is about practising spirituality and attaining peace in every day life. We can all do it easily.
So, you want to learn about the psychologist who cured mentally ill patients without even paying them a visit? Here is an extract from the article written by the Doctor Ihaleakala Hew Len:
Self I-Dentity Through Ho’oponopono, Being 100 Percent Responsible for the Problems of My Clients By Ihaleakala Hew Len, PhD, and Charles Brown, LMT
In traditional approaches to problem solving and healing, the therapist begins with the belief that the source of the problem is within the client, not within him. He believes that his responsibility is to assist the client in working through his problem. Could these beliefs have resulted in systemic burnout throughout the healing profession? To be an effective problem solver, the therapist must be willing to be 100 percent responsible for having created the problem situation; that is, he must be willing to see that the source of the problem is erroneous thoughts within him, not within the client.Therapists never seem to notice that every time there is a problem, they are always present!
The idea of curing through this process begins by advocating that true LOVE brings peace in one self and it can heal worries. Dr. Joe Vitale, in his book, states that: In response to the repentance and forgiveness appeal of the therapist, LOVE begins the mystical process of transmuting the erroneous thoughts. In this spiritual correction process, LOVE first neutralizes the erroneous emotions that have caused the problem, be they resentment, fear, anger, blame, or confusion. In the next step, LOVE then releases the neutralized energies from the thoughts, leaving them in a state of void, of emptiness, of true freedom.
How can we attain peace within ourselves? Quite simple.
Dr. Joe states that:
I operate my life and my relationships according to the following insights:
1. The physical universe is an actualization of my thoughts.
2. If my thoughts are cancerous, they create a cancerous physical reality.
3. If my thoughts are perfect, they create a physical reality brimming with LOVE.
4. I am 100 percent responsible for creating my physical universe the way it is.
5. I am 100 percent responsible for correcting the cancerous thoughts that create a diseased reality.
6. There is no such thing as out there. Everything exists as thoughts in my mind.
To conclude the post, I would like to quote: Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes. —Carl Jung
What is the process of cleaning one self? Techniques to practice Ho’o pono pono will also be posted here in time to come.