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At Zero: The Final Secrets to "Zero Limits" The Quest for Miracles Through Ho?oponopono Hardcover – November 11, 2013
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Are you ready to break free? Are you ready to experience miracles? Are you ready to melt limitations? Virtually everything you do is a result of the unconscious mind causing you to act out of programming that you barely know exists. Without addressing your belief system, you risk allowing it to undermine all of your efforts. Yet you have more power and control over your unconscious mind than you ever suspected. At Zero shows you how to easily overcome the problems in your programming by becoming part of the solutionby awakening.
Bestselling author Joe Vitale's previous book, Zero Limits, presented a unique self-help breakthrough focused on helping overworked, overstressed individuals overcome obstacles and achieve their goals using a simple method. It was the first book to explain how a once secret Hawaiian method called Ho'oponopono could help people experience health, wealth, happiness, and more. It told the riveting story of how an unusual therapist helped heal an entire ward of mentally ill criminals. It empowered tens of thousands of readers worldwide to achieve all they've ever dreamed of. At Zero starts where Zero Limits left off. It offers new stories, explains new processes, introduces new healers, and guides you to the fourth stage of awakening: enlightenment itself.
This simple method of healing changes lives. Through a process called "cleaning"and repeating the phrases I love you, I'm sorry, Please forgive me, Thank youyou'll delete programs and beliefs that you hold that you aren't even aware of, making your adventure through life easier. The more you clean, the closer you get to Zero, the state of magic, miracles, and no limitations.
Life will always present you with challenges. The practice of Ho'oponopono guides you through the journey of life with the tools you need to rid yourself of hindrances and open yourself up to infinite possibilities. Bestselling author Joe Vitale has revealed a world of wisdom that will guide you to that perfect state of Divinityor Zero.
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"Joe's new book was just as I knew it would beFABULOUS! The riveting stories and enlightening insights lifted my spirits and filled my soul with love. This is indeed a path to miracles!"
JANET BRAY ATTWOOD, coauthor of the New York Times bestseller The Passion Test
"This book ought to be a movie. A masterpiece of storytelling and a revelation on how the Hawaiian healing system of Ho'oponopono really works."
BARNET BAIN, movie producer, What Dreams May Come and The Celestine Prophecy
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In my opinion, this book combines human suffering with Divine wisdom -- like all of life. Joe seems to have grown since Zero Limits, and I appreciated reading his accounts. I also realize these are one person's point of view. I don't understand how another reviewer got the idea that Dr. Hew Len's experiences were fictional, from this book. I have personally talked with Dr. Hew Len about them, and he is clear and credible. Some people have suggested that if these events were "true," they would have been documented in newspapers -- but they're forgetting that medical records are private. Also newspapers and others do focus on stories which stimulate readership, rather than describing day-to-day events. This is not a slam against journalism, but having journalistic experience I also know editors seek stories that catch readers' attention. Stories about patients harmed by medicine, hospitals, or doctors far outweigh the more positive, everyday ones -- especially in tabloids.
For me, Ho'oponopono is not about "evidence based" anything anyway. It is about peace, period.
Joe does provide multiple offers for his Miracles coaching in the book -- and other people's stories and contributions are included as well. But unlike others, I don't feel this detracts from the book. Whoever feels inspired to participate in the coaching, certainly can. There is no requirement to do so, though. For me, any upset or reactivity about this simply provides further opportunities to clean. Also many benefit from reading others' experiences, and it stimulates their own practice.
Reading the book, I felt Joe was articulate and authentic about his own path with Ho'oponopono. People's experiences of others can change depending on what lens we're looking through -- laden as we are with memories and data. Our perceptions can be very distorted, and as healing proceeds our views often evolve. I did not mind Joe sharing his pain about his friend in the book. It is written at one point in time. I simply clean with it -- that is all.
Lead-up publicity and events around this book spoke about "authentic" Ho'oponopono, which could leave people with the impression that other available books or versions are NOT "authentic." I was concerned about this before reading the book, wondering whether Joe could possibly be intimating that only HE had the "correct" version? But when I read, "What is real Ho'oponopono? The one you practice," I smiled. It seems very correct to me. We can talk and question, and intellectualize all over the place, but if we don't actually DO it, we have nothing to talk about. So many times I've heard Dr. Hew Len say [often humorously, but truly meaning it], "Just DO it."
I especially appreciated Joe's including the part about care of the Inner Child in this book. It is an area far too neglected in our society, and one which Dr. Hew Len focuses on in his seminars. Just by publicizing this, Joe has done a great service. Some will not recognize this, though. Too bad.
Thanks to Joe for continuing in his path, and for being willing to share his perspectives with us.
There is a lot of new information here - for instance about Morrnah Simeona and the origins of Hooponopono. There is a transcript of an excellent interview which was apparently only previously available on one of Joe's overpriced DVDs - and a real gem!
Then there is an extensive discussion on the apparent disparity between law of attraction and hooponopono. He touched on this in the previous book, but here he confronts the issue full on and goes a long way towards reconciling the two. In my experience there is a place where they combine: the law is the same, it just depends upon who or what operates it.
There are some new techniques offered and more importantly many insights which can only serve to encourage people to embrace Hooponopono.
To me though the most intriguing part of the book is the very one which would sometimes turn people off - his personal experiences!
He describes in detail the hostile reaction he encountered from some quarters after 'Zero Limits'; was published - and various personal problems he has had to deal with since. My take on all this is as follows:
Joe had previously concentrated on promoting law of attraction: publishing: marketing: sales psychology etc. all readily communicable through books, seminars and DVDs. This had obviously not fulfilled him otherwise he would not have been attracted to Hooponopono which is ostensibly counter to all this. Hooponopono IS communicable by these means: but you can't make much money out of it!
Once you have the gist - which takes about 5 minutes =the rest is up to the individual - Andy Pritchett is testimony to this!
But such is the strength of Hooponopono that if persisted with it begins to disintegrate your former self.
This it seems to me is what happened to Joe. In this book he states we all ultimately have to become our own guru - the CORE of Hooponopono - self-responsibility.
But of course this undermines HIM because he has been acting the part of the guru all these years - AND he admits to having adhered to several dodgy gurus in the past: for example Osho and the gifted therapist who subsequently went to jail.
This prompts him to scrutinise rigorously Hooponopono itself: the ESSENCE of it and the myths that have been bolted on to it. He differentiates between the ESSENCE and the 'bolt-ons' which, though not essential are for the benefit of unuhipili and therefore of some practical use.
As one progresses with Hooponopono one's insights become such that they are less and less communicable through words - eg. books, seminars, CDs etc. Maybe that's the reason Joe has branched out into music!
So this Odyssey of Joe's seems to me to be the highlight of the book - and possibly why he subtitles it 'Last WORDS on Hooponopono.
Noel Coward once said that television was not for watching but for being on. Likewise Hooponopono is not for writing or reading about, but for DOING!
He reins back on the usual sales pitches so I would encourage anyone interested in Hooponopono to take a CHANCE and buy the book.
Boy, did he prove me wrong.
"At Zero" goes a lot deeper in Ho'oponopono, revealing information that he was forbidden from revealing in the first book. It reveals other practices besides the four phrases and it talks about how to use cleaning tools to help you deal with all of life's challenges. He also shares stories from people who used Ho'oponopono to solve real life problems.
I think that is one of the things that I liked the best.
It also has appendixes in the back of the book which are very helpful, including questions and answers, and an interview with Dr. Vitale.
In closing, I have to say, if you are into self-improvement as I am, this is the book for you. Besides being a great writer, Dr. Vitale walks his talk. That says it all for me.