Healing others by healing yourself
I’ve found an interesting article on a very unusual healing method being successfully practiced by Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len, a therapist in Hawaii. He had healed an entire ward of criminally insane in Hawaii State Hospital, where he had worked for 4 years.
He had healed without ever seeing the patients. He had only read their files in his office and then healed the part in him which created them and their illness. This is based on subjective reality, which tells that there’s nothing except you and your consciousness in the world. Everything else is in your mind and you create it. It’s a hard concept to grasp and a strange way to look at the world. I have first heard about subjective reality from Steve Pavlina’s blog. His blog is also where I’ve read about this therapist.
Dr. Len healed others (through himself) by speaking to himself “I’m sorry” and “I love you”. These things are hard to believe but they sound very similar to one aspect of informational therapy which I now study. One aspect of healing of this method is healing other people’s bad moods and behavior. The infotherapy’s way of doing that is hearing the man’s problem, note how you feel as you worry about him and then applying the infotherapy healing on “your feelings”. When you get rid of your bad feelings, then you will also affect the other man’s mood. So, in this aspect it’s very similar to what Dr. Len does.
Read the original article about Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len at Mr. Fire’s site.