Zero Limits, by Joe Vitale and Ihaleakala Hew Len, PhD, will challenge you. It certainly challenged me. The book, half self-empowerment how-to and half narrative, begins with Vitale’s search for a man who reportedly healed an entire ward of mentally ill criminals without seeing a single patient. Once this man (Dr. Hew Len) is found, details of the doctor’s encounter with this ward are revealed via emails and letters quoted by Vitale, who simultaneously uses those same letters to demonstrate and explain how Dr. Hew Len’s methods can be applied by all of us in our everyday lives.
The explanations and methodology tend to meander in mazelike circles throughout, alternately illuminating and confusing the reader, yet the main premise remains relatively simple, should you choose to skip the multiple mind bending twisters for now:
We are all connected, we are all One, therefore, you can heal anything, anyone, in any part of the world, by healing yourself. This is accomplished, largely, by addressing four simple phrases to the Divine You. They are:
Please forgive me.
I love you.
This overview is of course vastly oversimplified. There is a good deal more about the ancient Hawaiian origins of the method, Vitale’s search for and training with Dr. Hew Len, and several principles that support and expand on those stated above. But, I won’t spoil for you the engaging romp through the labrynthe that is Zero Limits.