This is the story of how Dr. Ihaleakela Hew Len healed an entire ward of criminally insane people without ever seeing them personally.
Hawaiian miracle worker
Doctor Ihaleakela Hew Len was hired as chief administrator of a psychiatric hospital on the Hawaiian island of Oahu, and instead of connecting with the patients personally, he asked to see their records. Instead of interviewing them one-to-one, he read their records, and all the while he did he sat and repeated to them over and over in his mind, "I'm sorry. I love you." This is an age-old practice among natives in Hawaii called Ho 'oponopono. Loosely translated, it means taking total responsibility.
As Dr Len continued to do this practice, the patients started to improve, and in time some were completely healed and they were released. The history of the criminally insane ward was one where staff, doctors and nurses frequently quit because the work was so dangerous and unrewarding, but over time staff had a mass change of heart, and where people had once dreaded coming to work, now people were enthusiastically performing their duties. After four years the criminally insane ward was shut down. All of the patients had by that time been released. Simply by holding in his consciousness love and forgiveness, Dr. Len had accomplished the impossible.
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