Articles by Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len

How Joe Vitale Discovered Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len
Explanation of Ho'oponopono in the Words of Dr. I. Hew Len
Articles by Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len
Interview Notes of Dr. Hew Len on "News for the Soul"
Interview with Joe Vitale in November 2006
Interview with Joe Vitale in June 2007
Interview with Joe Vitale in July 2007
A Dinner with the Divine, provided by Dr. Joe Vitale and Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len
Ho'oponopono Resources

Below are links to several Ho'oponopono  articles
written by Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len and published at

Zero Limits Live from Maui - Ho'oponopono Workshop

The Ancient Hawaiian Teaching of Ho'oponopono: The Marriage

John views the text of his work on the computer monitor as he types. A message box pops up telling him there is a spelling error. He deletes the error and makes the correction. No one expects him to yell at or to blame the computer monitor for the error.

Peter has been reluctant to go to school for several days. This is unlike him. He is always up and dressed for school on his own. "The bus will be here in a few minutes, his mother reminds him. "You need to get ready." She has talked to him but still does not know what is going on. She will speak with his teacher. Her reactions are typical of parents in her situation. No one would expect her to look inside of herself for the source of the problem and its solution.... Click Here to Read More

A House Divided

NOTE:  This article introduces the "Light Switch" method of Ho'oponopono clearing.

A house divided against itself cannot stand. This is true for nations, communities, organizations and families, as well as for individuals. In the House of Humanity, the individual is the common denominator. When the individual is divided, the house is divided.

In the game of tennis, the scoring system is Love, 15, 30, 40, game. The game begins with Love. In the etymology of the word, Love is no score, no stakes, nothing, to take the individual back to Love to nothing, to wholeness.

The process achieves this by voiding anger, fear, blame, resentment and thinking from poisonous thoughts, toxic energies that divide the mind, the house of the individual, causing it to fall to dis-Harmony and dis-ease.

The purpose of life is to be restored back to Love , moment to moment. To fulfill this purpose, the individual must acknowledge that he is 100% responsible for creating his life the way it is. He must come to see that it is his thoughts of that create his life the way it is moment to moment. The problems are not people, places and situations but rather the thoughts of them. He must come to appreciate that there is no such thing as "out there". People, places and situations exist only as his thoughts of..... Click Here to Read More

Self I-Dentity Through Ho'oponopono:
Being 100% Responsible For The Problems of My Clients

By Ihaleakala Hew Len, Ph.D. 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 with 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% responsible for having created the problem situation; that is, he must be willing to see that the source of the problem are erroneous thoughts within him, not within the client.  Therapists never seem to notice that every time there is a problem, they are always present!

Being 100% responsible for actualizing the problem allows the therapist to be 100% responsible for resolving it.  Using the updated Ho'oponopono approach, a process of repentance, forgiveness and transmutation developed by Kahuna Lapa'au Morrnah Nalamaku Simeona, a therapist is able to have erroneous thoughts within himself and within the client transmuted into perfect thoughts of LOVE.... Click Here to Read More

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Ihaleakala Hew Len, Ph.D.

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