Before encountering Ho’oponopono, I used to feel down and irritated whenever I met unpleasant people or faced annoying situations.
However, after learning and practicing Dr. Hew Len’s teaching that “problems are errors in our past memories, and by cleaning them, they will go away,” I started to feel excited when encountering such people or problems.
Chanting the four phrases “Thank you,” “I love you,” “I’m sorry,” “Please forgive me,” turns my feelings towards those people and situations into gratitude for giving me the opportunity to clean.
Surprisingly, after a while, I either stopped encountering those people or noticed their attitudes had changed when we met.
It’s truly mysterious. Before I know it, I find myself looking for problems to clean, almost eagerly saying, “Wasn’t there something unpleasant? Oh, there it is! Time to clean! Time to clean!” (laughs) Dr. Hew Len says that every day is a day for cleaning. I plan to spend the rest of my life diligently cleaning as well. It’s amazing that such simple actions can solve problems that seemed insurmountable before. This world truly is a projection of ourselves. Thank you so much.

Personal Experience

Instructor Interview