Zero Limits: the Simplest Self-Help Method Yet (Ho’ Oponopono)

A couple of years ago, Joe Vitale walked into our mastermind group meeting telling the story of a Hawaiian psychologist named Ihaleakala Hew Len whom Joe called Dr. Len for short. According to Joe, this Dr. Len managed to cure an entire state mental hospital. And he allegedly did this without actually seeing a single patient.

Joe was fascinated by the man and had plans to attend one of his workshops in LA. A few months later, I was invited to a special dinner in Austin with Dr. Len. I was eager to hear what he had to say and, quite frankly, to see if this guy was for real or another quack.

After listening to him speak, it was obvious that he was an intelligent man but I was leaning more towards quack than miracle worker. I just didn’t get it.

Fortunately, my 2nd meeting with Dr. Len a few months later, along with reading an advanced copy of Zero Limits, the new book co-authored by Joe and Dr. Len, was much more enlightening. It wasn’t a change in content as much as it was about the message finally hitting home. Plus, I learned (and verified) the story about the Hawaiian state hospital cleared of all its patients by Dr. Len. It’s a fascinating story.

Ho’ Oponopono, the Hawaiian spiritual practice, Dr. Len used on those patients and still follows is deceptively simple. Furthermore, it actually works. I now use it for meditation and stress relief on an almost daily basis.

As you may know, I’m a diabetic. When I experience stress, my body releases a chemical called cortisol. Cortisol can send my blood sugar spiraling out of control. So managing stress, along with diet and exercise, is critical to my health and well-being.

My therapist recommended meditation but I found it extremely difficult to quiet my mind using traditional meditation techniques. Yet practicing the simple Ho’ Oponopono technique outlined in Zero Limits does the trick almost every time.

Although I use it primarily for stress relief, Ho’ Oponopono can be used to deal with almost any kind of problem, especially if it involves conflict with another person. If this catches on, I think it could put a lot of shrinks (not to mention self-help authors) out of business. It’s so simple a child could do it.

Today is the official launch date of Zero Limits. Buy it today using the link below and you can get over $300 in gifts.

http://www.collaborativepush.com/joevitale

As many of you know, I’m not a big fan of these campaigns to top the charts at Amazon even though I’ve participated in a few of them. In this case, it’s just Joe tossing in some free gifts for anyone that buys the book. One of the gifts includes Internet marketing training videos from my mastermind group including Joe, Pat O’Bryan, Craig Perrine and yours truly.

Here’s that link again, I suggest you pick up a copy today.

http://www.collaborativepush.com/joevitale

By the way, I sold my house last week and moved into a house on two acres around the corner from Joe. We’ve got a 1200’ metal shop building behind the house which we’re having remodeled to house Lisa’s dichroic glass jewelry business as well as my office. Rather than hang out during the construction, we decided to take a road trip.

Next Monday, we’re packing the Z4 and heading to Colorado. We’ll be vacationing as well as spending time with a few of my Internet marketing friends and former students along the way. Keep an eye on this space for stories, pics and something special.

All the best,

Bill