PLEASE FORGIVE ME
I FORGIVE MYSELF
I AM FORGIVEN
Recently, in medicine ceremony this process unfolded through me and I was afforded deep, profound healing and awareness of a painful issue which has plagued me throughout my life.
We all know forgiveness is important to healing. The core of healing is often forgiveness. We hear a lot about forgiving others: our past partners, friends, parents and other family members.
The deepest forgiveness work is forgiving ourselves.
PAST LIFE FORGIVENESS
Many of us have done great damage in our lifetimes (maybe this one). Let’s face it, if you believe in multiple lifetimes, you have to wonder where did all of those murderers, rapists, abusers, torturous prison guards, SS officers, etc etc etc end up in the next life? If we hold that our soul is on a path of learning and discovery, we will acknowledge that some of those lifetimes we have lived (or are living concurrently as to the nature of time). Many are walking through life in pain and disease from past life actions.
Deep Karmic healing requires our intense presence in the deepest wounds from these lifetimes. In these lifetimes, we often allowed, called in and cultivated relationships with low frequency spirits that infiltrate our being with further pain, illness and trauma. To root it out takes a willingness to face healing, often experienced as illness and pain full on with a compassionate heart. We are called to go through the process of asking, then receiving our own forgiveness and to allow light to enter the places where we were not allowing it before due to our shame and subconscious self-hatred.
Without forgiving ourselves, we continue to hold hatred, shame and low frequencies in the body and being.
There is no space for transformation without forgiveness.
Forgiveness for others is an incomplete process.
Please Forgive Me. We often search desperately for someone to forgive us. The light, God… We feel crushed under the burden, with the realization of our own horrors. I have seen myself do terrible things and I have felt their implications in my life now. This forgiveness feels external. It has to be given the great weight and the detachment that we have from the issue. But, we have to find this place where we completely surrender to asking for help and forgiveness. Even if we are not exactly sure what we are asking for, we are tuning into a deeper knowing that realizes it is something that must be worked on.
I Forgive Myself. This one is such a challenge. We hit against all of the reasons that we don’t deserve forgiveness, why we can’t forgive ourselves and the contracts we have made associated with the things we have done. We must ask for help in removing these contracts from our energetic and soul signatures.
I Am Forgiven. This is a place of deep rest and release. We realize that we are already forgiven. We have an unlimited amount of grace flowing toward us. We always get another chance, a new start, but we have to ask for it and cultivate it in action.
Many of us in medicine work, healing sessions, relationships, and through other modalities are going through this process. Sometimes it is very conscious, other times it is subtly under the surface.
When cultivated as a practice:
Forgive me, I forgive myself, I am forgiven.
We can open up to new possible futures without the weight of past negative actions on our soul, creating illness and pain in our bodies and following us everywhere attracting low frequency beings, people and situations.