What happens to your life when you listen to your true voice?
Have you ever had the experience that when you started listening to your inner child, the Unihipili, which you had ignored until now, various problems began to surface?

You may feel that your marriage, your job, or your relationship with your parents are not natural, that you can no longer overlook things that appear before your eyes, that you can no longer tolerate things that you used to tolerate, or that you want to value what that true voice is telling you because you are studying the subconscious mind at Ho’oponopono! Before you dive in to make a new choice, let me remind you of something.

Unihipili is a way to help us experience the memories we want to let go of, in a way that is easy to understand for the conscious mind.
Unihipili does not give you the answer that you have to let go of your marriage, your job, or your family.
Unihipili is showing us the memories we want to let go of through our family and work.

So if we feel an unnaturalness in our marriage that we have not felt before, we simply clean with it.
If we feel uncomfortable at work, we clean with that.

As Dr. Hew Len says, “The answer is not out there, but within us,” so we erase the memory and take a step forward on the path we see before us.
We can then see what kind of marriage and work will result, and with each new experience we clean, we receive inspiration.

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.


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