(Ancient Hawaiian Clearing Method)
For you to do your own clearing work

If I have offended you in any way
I apologize
Please forgive me
I forgive you
Thank you
I love you

Perhaps you’ve heard the now-famous story about Dr. Hew Len, a clinical psychologist, transforming a mental institution for the criminally insane in Hawaii. The hospital was a dangerous cesspool of scary residents and low employee morale. Dr. Hew Len looked at patient files daily and did clearing on himself with Ho’oponapona, an ancient Hawaiian prayer. He never worked directly with the patients. Mysteriously, his patients got well and were released from the institution within three months to a year without him ever doing verbal therapy with them. True story.

The Hawaiians believe we create our own reality (imagine that!) and therefore, whatever we see before us is our own creation. So, if a person is offensive to us, it is our creation, and our perception needs to be acknowledged, forgiven and healed by God/dess, Divine, Universe.

Does that include the war? Does that include murders? Dr. Hew Len says a resounding “Yes!” We are responsible for everything in our lives. That includes the good, the bad, and the ugly.

The minute he hears himself mentally or verbally complaining about any incident, condition or person, Dr. Hew Len says he immediately does Ho’oponapona to clear himself of those creations.( He actually says ‘I’m sorry’ instead of ‘I apologize’, and you may choose to do that.)

That’s pretty remarkable – a tool that could be valuable in our own lives. I often give this tool to clients, and I have heard some remarkable stories of transformation for them and of the ones with whom they use it. Try it. You’ll like it!


Ho’oponapona is a modified version of an ancient Hawaiian clearing method taught by Serge King, Dr. Hew Len, other Hawaiian shamans, and explained by Joe Vitale in “Zero Limits – The Secret Hawaiian System for Wealth, Health, Peace, and More”. The original version begins: “If I or my ancestors have offended you in any way, I’m sorry…

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