“I am Sorry. Please Forgive Me. Thank You. I Love You”.

Zero Limits introduces readers to Ho’oponopono, an ancient Hawaiian practice of reconciliation and forgiveness. The book explores how this technique can be used to clear limiting beliefs and memories that hold us back from achieving our true potential.

Core Concepts of Zero Limits

1. Ho’oponopono: This is a traditional Hawaiian practice of problem-solving, which means “to make right” or “to rectify an error.” It involves taking responsibility for everything that happens in one’s life and using a simple mantra to clear negativity.

2. The Mantra: The essence of Ho’oponopono is using the mantra: “I’m sorry. Please forgive me. Thank you. I love you.” These phrases are directed inwardly, aimed at oneself rather than others, to cleanse and release negative energies and memories.

3. Self-Identity Through Ho’oponopono (SITH): Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len’s adaptation of Ho’oponopono focuses on achieving “Zero Limits,” a state where there are no barriers or limits to what one can achieve. It involves constant cleaning of one’s subconscious mind.

4. Total Responsibility: The principle of total responsibility suggests that individuals are responsible for their entire reality. Anything that one experiences, good or bad, is believed to be a reflection of their inner state.

5. Cleaning: The process of cleaning involves continuously repeating the Ho’oponopono mantra to clear negative emotions and memories. This practice is believed to help one achieve a state of clarity and peace.

Key Themes

– Inner Peace: By taking responsibility and practicing Ho’oponopono, individuals can achieve inner peace and improve their relationships and circumstances.
– Healing and Forgiveness: The practice is centered on healing through forgiveness, both of oneself and others.
– Spiritual Growth: Ho’oponopono is presented as a tool for spiritual growth, helping individuals connect with their higher self and the divine.

Practical Application

– Daily Practice: Regularly repeating the Ho’oponopono phrases as a form of meditation or during moments of stress. I suggest hundreds of times a day. Make it your habit.
– Problem-Solving: Using Ho’oponopono to address specific issues or conflicts by internally cleaning the thoughts and feelings associated with them.
– Personal Development: Integrating Ho’oponopono into daily life to promote overall well-being and spiritual development.

Impact and Reception

Zero Limits has been praised for its simple yet profound approach to personal transformation. It has helped many people find a method to clear negative thoughts and emotions, leading to improved mental and emotional health. Critics, however, might question the metaphysical aspects of total responsibility and the effectiveness of the practice without empirical evidence.

‘Zero Limits’ by Joe Vitale and Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len.