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Background Information

Employment History

Ho'oponopono Teacher

Mabel Katz

President

Pleiades Inc

Staff Psychologist In the Forensic Unit

Hawaii State Hospital

Affiliations

Chairman Emeritus
The Foundation of I Inc

Education

Bachelor of Arts

University of Colorado

Ho'oponopono Master

Master of Science

University of Utah

Ph.D.

doctorate

University of Iowa

Web References (200 Total References)


Ho'oponopono for the Doctor's Soul

www.peacefuldoc.com [cached]

Both Morrnah and Dr. Hew Len emphasize that Self-Identity Through Ho'oponopono is a way to work directly with Divinity ourselves -- rather than appealing to others who, after all, have not created us.

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Dr. Hew Len describes some of his experiences with criminally psychotic patients at Hawaii State Hospital. Though employed as a clinical psychologist for 4-5 years, he did no talk therapy with these patients. Instead, he used Ho'oponopono processes to clean with his own reactions to their behaviors and histories. When other clinicians called them "crazy," he also cleaned with his own judgments about this rather than speaking directly with the people involved.
He would ask the Divinity what he needed to do within himself in connection with each of these patients (and staff) so that Divinity could do His own work with them. This self-cleansing clears the way for Divinity to transmute all problems and symptoms -- which only Divinity can do, in His own time and rhythm.
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"That's the most important relationship in creation," says Dr. Hew Len.
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Dr. Hew Len refused to teach Ho'oponopono to anyone, unless they asked for this first. This has always been his stance, even when he was working at Hawaii State Hospital in the 1980's.
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As Dr. Hew Len has often told me when I'm complaining about my problems, "Good for you! You get to clean and let that one go! Then he might also say "thank you," because when memories come off of others, they come off of him too. Sometimes I can laugh when he says this; other times I'm grumpier. :-)
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"Don't apologize," said Dr. Hew Len.
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Some long-time practitioners like Dr. Hew Len and Kamaile Rafaelovich are able to see the process occurring.
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Dr. Hew Len often says, "my only job is to clean."


Both Morrnah and Dr. Hew Len ...

www.peacefuldoc.com [cached]

Both Morrnah and Dr. Hew Len emphasize that Self-Identity Through Ho'oponopono is a way to work directly with Divinity ourselves -- rather than appealing to others who, after all, have not created us.

...
Dr. Hew Len describes some of his experiences with criminally psychotic patients at Hawaii State Hospital. Though employed as a clinical psychologist for 4-5 years, he did no talk therapy with these patients. Instead, he used Ho'oponopono processes to clean with his own reactions to their behaviors and histories. When other clinicians called them "crazy," he also cleaned with his own judgments about this rather than speaking directly with the people involved.
He would ask the Divinity what he needed to do within himself in connection with each of these patients (and staff) so that Divinity could do His own work with them. This self-cleansing clears the way for Divinity to transmute all problems and symptoms -- which only Divinity can do, in His own time and rhythm.
...
"That's the most important relationship in creation," says Dr. Hew Len.


Both Morrnah and Dr. Hew Len ...

www.peacefuldoc.com [cached]

Both Morrnah and Dr. Hew Len emphasize that Self-Identity Through Ho'oponopono is a way to work directly with Divinity ourselves -- rather than appealing to others who, after all, have not created us.

...
Dr. Hew Len describes some of his experiences with criminally psychotic patients at Hawaii State Hospital. Though employed as a clinical psychologist for 4-5 years, he did no talk therapy with these patients. Instead, he used Ho'oponopono processes to clean with his own reactions to their behaviors and histories. When other clinicians called them "crazy," he also cleaned with his own judgments about this rather than speaking directly with the people involved.
He would ask the Divinity what he needed to do within himself in connection with each of these patients (and staff) so that Divinity could do His own work with them. This self-cleansing clears the way for Divinity to transmute all problems and symptoms -- which only Divinity can do, in His own time and rhythm.
...
"That's the most important relationship in creation," says Dr. Hew Len.


Both Morrnah and Dr. Hew Len ...

www.peacefuldoc.com [cached]

Both Morrnah and Dr. Hew Len emphasize that Self-Identity Through Ho'oponopono is a way to work directly with Divinity ourselves -- rather than appealing to others who, after all, have not created us.

...
Dr. Hew Len describes some of his experiences with criminally psychotic patients at Hawaii State Hospital. Though employed as a clinical psychologist for 4-5 years, he did no talk therapy with these patients. Instead, he used Ho'oponopono processes to clean with his own reactions to their behaviors and histories. When other clinicians called them "crazy," he also cleaned with his own judgments about this rather than speaking directly with the people involved.
He would ask the Divinity what he needed to do within himself in connection with each of these patients (and staff) so that Divinity could do His own work with them. This self-cleansing clears the way for Divinity to transmute all problems and symptoms -- which only Divinity can do, in His own time and rhythm.
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"That's the most important relationship in creation," says Dr. Hew Len.


Books Neural Therapy Preparedness and Self-care for Practitioners | Dr. Phyllis Books

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Dr. Len is a psychiatrist and practitioner of Ho'opopono. More than thirty years ago, he was hired at the Hawaii State Hospital, which housed mentally ill criminals. Dr. Len did not personally counsel the patients, instead, each day he took out inmates files, and one at a time looked at their pictures and said the following four statements: "I'm sorry. Thank you.

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Zero Limits by Joe Vitale & Ihaleakala Hew Len

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