“I Am 100% Responsible” – Hew Len

I’m actually blogging all day long, I’ve realized. Since I started on WordPress last November, the process of expressing an idea – not only to myself but to some other person in my world who’s interested – toward my you  – is going on 24/7, night and day – in the foreground or in the background of my mind. I’m either threading living words on a string or making scribbles that somehow make sense if looked at a certain way. That’s how they get presented anyway, but in my mind I’m conversing with my you (in your different time zones!) continuously. I am delighted when something comes along that I can share with my you!

In my About page I state a waiver: Anything in this blog that resembles the giving of advice should be construed to be advice to myself.

I am 100% responsible for what’s going on in my world. (Ihaleakala Hew Len and Ho’oponopono)  Hew Len is wonderful, and you must check him out on YouTube if you haven’t already. A problem turns up that seems to be in another person. “What’s going on in me that this presents itself to me as a problem?”  And I ask, “How is it that I can rectify that problem within me?”

That’s what I’m attempting to do. So never feel manipulated by my ideas- unless you want to!  Hew Len: “So how do I get that across to people — that we are each 100% responsible for problems? If you want to solve a problem, no matter what kind of problem, work on yourself.”

Another quote:

Ihaleakala Hew Len: 100% knowing that you’re the cause of the problem. 100% knowing that you have the responsibility, then, to rectify the error. Can you imagine if we all knew we are 100% responsible?

I made a deal with myself ten years ago that I would treat myself to a hot fudge sundae—so huge it would make me sick—if I could get through the day without having some judgment of someone. I’ve never been able to do it! I notice I catch myself more often, but I never get through a day.


Read the true story of how Hew Len healed insane patients by working on himself.



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