In another ceremony in the temple in the jungles of Peru I worked on forgiveness. During the ceremony I was aware that I needed to ask forgiveness of everyone I had intentionally and unintentionally hurt during my life time. I called each of them by name when I could identify my mistake. Then I asked forgiveness of those I did not remember. I also became aware that I also needed to forgive everyone for the pain I felt by many of the actions of others. I did this as well. Then I forgave myself for allowing others to hurt me.
I am sure you have heard the expression “Born Again”. Yes, this is exactly how I felt, like a large weight had been lifted off my shoulders. I knew that my life and attitude would be changed forever and it was time to be more reflective of the person I wanted to be. This is how and why I came to understand last fall when spirit asked me to put a workshop together to assist people to forgive and heal themselves. This is a life altering workshop. I am so proud of how it works. Know that when you come from a place of being nonjudgmental it changes your perspective and outcome of many of the daily occurrences in your life. Think before you act. Before you assume, learn the facts, understand why. Before you hurt someone, FEEL. Before you speak, think.
If you truly wish to change your life and how you react to others consider doing some work around forgiveness. It is very powerful. When you forgive, you do not change the past. But you sure do change the future. I quote Pope Francis: A person unable to forgive has not yet known the fullness of love. Only one who truly loves is able to forgive and forget. In love and light