I Love You, I’m Sorry, Please Forgive Me

How these simple words can set us free.

A simple mantra that can change your life, and even the lives of those around you. According to Hawaiians, and proven by therapist Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len, Ph.D who cured an entire hospital ward of criminally insane patients, without meeting any of them. Simply he sat prayng over each of the patients files, healing them by healing himself, reciting this mantra over and over, the outcome? Healing for them all, slowly but surely rehabilitating the entire group and even the turn over of the hospital staff stopped. Miraculous? Yes! And this same technology is available to us all, reffered to as: Ho’oponopono.

There is a great secret many healers know which is — everything happens to you in your own mind, all you see, hear, who you meet, its all within you. Believing its not is easy as then all responsibility is outside of us, but the truth is, as all mystics have taught, WE are responsible for everything WE think and experience. That means even everything you hear on the news, or the President elect, is your responsibility! Does that sound harsh? Maybe so but not when you realize that it also means we are able to clear, clean, and through forgiveness change ALL.

So, how do you do it? Repent, Forgive, be Grateful and Love. Just say to yourself, or out loud, however you choose, I Love You, I’m Sorry, Please Forgive Me, Thank You.. and its the power in your feeling and willingness of the Universe to love and forgive.


Simply say “I LOVE YOU” and it can be directed towards yourself, your family, to God, your body, the air you breathe, your home, your pet, or your struggles. Repeat I love you as many times as you feel it, love is the most powerful thing, nothing trumps love.


Own you are responsible for all in your experience, when you believe that, its easy to feel sorry. Some empaths hear of a tragedy and remorse that something in their consciousness created that idea, and this does not mean punish yourself, it means forgive yourself.

Sometimes this step is painful, or we resist accepting responsibility, but just stick to the practice and in time you will see results, or begin by choosing something you “know” you’ve caused alone. Addicted to food, nicotine, alcohol? Anger issues? Start with one of those and say your sorry for whatever it is.


Simply say “Please Forgive Me” as many times as you feel and truly mean it, feel it, think of the remorse from saying “I’m Sorry.” It does not matter who you’re asking to forgive you, you’re just letting God, the Universe, and your own mind know you would like forgiveness.


Say “Thank You” and it doesn’t really matter who or what you’re thanking. Thank yourself for doing your best, thank God, the Universe, or whatever that forgives you. Yourself even! Just say thank you.

Dr. Len states, “the purpose in our lives is the restoration of our Identity — our Mind — back to its original state of void or zero (Buddha), of purity of heart (Jesus) and of blank (Shakespeare) through nonstop cleaning. It is in the void, at zero, Divine Love resides, providing inspiration for perfect relationships, perfect health and perfect wealth. The responsibility and the function of the Conscious Mind (Intellect) is to initiate the cleaning, to care for the Subconscious, teach it the cleansing process and to ask Divinity for directions. The Conscious Mind is clueless as to what memories are replaying (11,000,000 per second) in the Subconscious. ONLY DIVINE LOVE CAN TRANSMUTE TOXIC MEMORIES TO PURE ENERGIES. DIVINE LOVE IS THE ONLY SOURCE OF INSPIRATION AND ENLIGHTENMENT! The Conscious Mind does not perform these functions! The Subconscious, as the super computer, is the key in the Self I-Dentity through Ho’oponopono cleansing process. If loved and cared for, the Subconscious becomes an ally, cleansing nonstop even as we sleep.”

Dr. Len has collaborated with thousands, and great mystics like Michael Bernard Beckwith of Agape, Tony Robbins and Joe Vital teach Dr. Len’s work around the world.

Originally published at medium.com

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