(In a past interview, Dr. Hew Len talked about Loving Yourself)

Loving your inner child delivers the gift of inspiration

What is the inner child (Unihipili)?
The inner child is your subconscious mind itself. It is the child that holds all the memories and memories you have suffered for years. The inner child is waiting for you. This is the most important relationship in Ho’oponopono.

When your inner child is happy, you are happy. The inner child, pure itself like a newborn child, reminds you of memories that must be erased.
Don’t you want to love your inner child?

Because the very existence of the inner child is to be loved. And through the act of loving, your memory in the subconscious is erased and the gift of inspiration comes to you instead.

It is like a circulating energy that is always flowing and will never stop unless you stop loving. The inner child is our guide to cleanliness through the intervention of love. Even in your moments of desperation, your inner child is there for you.

It is there to teach you the importance of cleaning.
Clean the memory of not loving yourself.
Without love, we cannot live.

The key is to love yourself.
Loving yourself will make everything better.

People have all kinds of problems.
Some are not so much their own problems, but rather someone in their family is suffering, or a loved one is in a difficult situation, so we want to do something about it.

For example, she had a family member who had been a recluse for many years. She tried everything with that family member, including therapy and treatment, but there was no improvement.
Then she came across Ho’oponopono and decided to stop doing this and that for her family and to clean only for herself.

As she repeated the four words, she began to think that she was replaying the memories of her own actions and thoughts, such as her impatience with her family, her obsession to cure them, and her shame at having such a family.
Then, little by little, she began to feel herself becoming cleaner and cleaner, and she did not care so much about her family anymore. After a while, to her surprise, her family member recovered to the point where her family member could go out.

We think it is beautiful to live for someone else, but the important thing is to love ourselves.

Letting go of suffering means cleaning and letting go of memories

What does it mean to let go of suffering?
It means cleaning and letting go of memories. With cleaning comes inspiration.

Inspiration, like memory, is present in everyone and is the energy that flows from the Divine Intelligence into our superconscious mind (that is, the consciousness that is beyond consciousness and closer to the Divine Intelligence) and then into our consciousness.
Divine Intelligence, by the way, is the realm of the divine, the cosmic, the infinite, where there is supposed to be a space with zero memory.
It is a space of total freedom. If we can reach it, we can attain a state of mind far removed from the mundane world to which we usually belong.
Inspiration is a message from such a Divine being, and some people can catch it.

【Dr. Hew Len Interview】
“Relationship between Memory and Inspiration”

And through inspiration, a message from the Divine Intelligence, we can receive forgiveness from the Divinity. As long as we live in the flow of time, we will always have memories, but for better or worse, having memories tends to make us overthink things. Memories reside in the subconscious mind and climb into our consciousness to remind us of past events.
Let go of the pain of accumulated memories through cleaning.

Ihaleakala Hew Len, Ph.D. heir to SITH Ho’oponopono and a leader in its spread throughout the world. He graduated from the University of Colorado in 1962, then the University of Utah, and received his doctorate from the University of Iowa in 1973, where he was Dean of Education and Director of Special Education. He later became President of the Medical College and Assistant Professor of Education, then Assistant Professor at the University of Hawaii in 1974, and Executive Director of the Hawaii Association for the Mentally Handicapped in 1976, where he worked on rehabilitation of offenders and support programs for the physically handicapped. He was a frequent speaker at the United Nations, UNESCO, and World Peace Conferences, etc. He passed away on January 15, 2022 at the age of 82. He published many books (click here for the list of publications). Click here to read an interview with Ihaleakala Hew Len, Ph.D.

Dr. Hew Len Interview

Dr. Hew Len Movie

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