Zero Limits: The Secret Hawaiian Chant for Wealth, Health, and More

“This riveting book can awaken humanity. It reveals the simple power of four particular phrases to transform your life. It’s all based on love by an author spreading love. You should get ten copies of it — one for you and nine to give away. It’s that good.”
— Debbie Ford, New York Times bestselling author of The Dark Side of the Light Chasers

Zero Limits is a book that tells the story of “Ho’oponopono”, a Hawaiian practice of reconciliation and forgiveness. “Ho’oponopono” sounds like a spell and from the moment of chanting, you begin the magical journey of awakening humanity.

Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len, who is the author of Zero Limits, caused an uproar worldwide when he cured all the patients in the mental hospital he worked in, without actually visiting or consulting any of the patients. This sounds impossible, but it did happen in Dr. Hew Len’s story. After Dr. Hew Len checked the patients’ files, he began to “clean” himself. As he cleaned himself up, his patient recovered miraculously too.

“It’s so important to clean constantly and to clean before we do anything”. Zero Limits believes you can solve any problem by eliminating the corresponding memory. So, what does “memory” mean?

Indeed, memory clearing does not mean that you need to forget anything in the past, but it clears the pattern of your past behavioral cycles. After cleaning up, you will adapt to a brand-new and more natural perspective to face any people or situation in your life. As a result, other people will also change their attitudes towards you. This is the real key of clearing promoted by Zero Limits.

These are the four phrases repeated in this book:

  • I Am Sorry
  • Please Forgive Me
  • Thank You
  • I Love You

Many people question whether these short four phrases really embrace such powerful energy, and, will they truly work?

In fact, it is not that these four sentences work, but they can provide you with chances to “self-reset”, which is to reset your subconscious mind.

Every time you read these four mantras, your refreshing subconscious will convey this message: you now need to clean up your memory and inner self. Therefore, when we chant them once again, we are consolidating the behavior habit of “being cleaned up”. They are the “tools” for you to clean up your memory and reset your subconscious mind.

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