Forgiveness

Forgiveness I believe is one of the hardest things to do …. Why?

Forgiveness

Why is forgiveness hard to do?  

It is hard because we have to be honest about ourselves and our behaviour.  We have to be honest about other people’s behaviour too especially if we have allowed them to delude us.
 
Those who are on the Journey of Life and working on a path or mission are continually cleansing and releasing, part of the cleansing we do is forgiveness and as the Soul strengthens so does the desire to rid the emotional states which hold us back.
 
Emotional states which hold us back, what are they?
They are emotions or reactions to unpleasant times in our life which we suppress to survive or tolerate other people in our lives.
How do we forgive this state?
  1. We have to learn to forgive ourselves for allowing others to impose these suppressed emotions.
  2. We have to ask God to forgive us for not listening to Him and our Soul which is our true self.
  3. Sometimes the pain from the suppressed emotions is too great to be able to forgive the person completely.  This then results in an inner battle between Soul and Mind/Ego as to what is right.
  4. If you can identify properly with the person the wrong committed but really cannot face forgiving them.  The next best thing is disconnect the links between you and them transmuting the links and filling the space with peace and joy so you can both move on and not be tied through this life or maybe future lives on this particular issue. You are releasing both of you and after all do you want to be connected to someone who can hurt you so much, not really.
  5. Then forgive them because you no longer wish to be tied to them karmically.  If in return the other person finds it hard to be honest with themselves about committing a wrong to you they will still be held for punishment but it will no longer involve you.

How do we forgive ourselves?

  1. As we cleanse our wrongs will bubble up to the surface and slap us in the face.  It is like “I cannot believe I did or said that”.  We no longer can escape the cold hard truth about ourselves.
  2.  Learn to accept what was done was not our true self and that it was very wrong. Ask God to forgive you and forgive yourself.  You must ask the person we hurt for forgiveness because we now realise our wrongs against them.  This can take a form of a prayer or statement if you no longer see them.
  3. As above disconnect the links so you can move on with your lives knowing you are no longer tied to the issue(s)

All the time we are evolving our own awareness and acceptance of our life and the more clear our picture of ourselves is, the easier it is to start to reshape our new life.

O Heavenly Father, I NOW ask you to forgive me as I forgive those who have harmed me.  I forgive myself for knowingly or unknowingly hurting others I NOW look upon myself with compassion for the mistakes I have made.

I NOW forgive all those who have harmed me whether they are known or unknown to me.  I NOW look upon them with compassion for the mistakes they have made.

I AM NOW grateful for your forgiveness and this is done forever in Our Heavenly Father’s Name.

I NOW draw the God Light, Healing, Soul Love  in and around me and my home filling us and cleansing every atom of us.

           I AM NOW shielded and protected with the God Light.

© 21 August 2015 – Nanette de Ville – All Rights Reserved

22 thoughts on “Forgiveness

  1. Karima Hoisan says:

    Thank you so much Nanette for these clear steps you share with us on forgiveness. I so agree with you that to forgive others, we must first learn to forgive ourselves. It also helps to have had the experience of having to ask for forgiveness and being forgiven. Now we know, the rewards of lightness and peace..the win/win of being able to be unburdened by guilt or on the other hand,being able to let our grievance go. Remembering that all of us are very imperfect(although we may strive towards that goal) It helps to be more compassionate with ourselves and others in the end. Than you for your clarity on thhis important topic.

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