PONDER on THIS for Thursday, October 31st, 2013 by Nicolya Christi in 2012 A CLARION CALL

“A beautifully simple technique to help you to work on forgiveness is a modern version of an ancient Hawaiian Huna healing method known as Ho’oponopono. In this practice, four short sentences are repeated with feeling: “I am sorry. Forgive me. I love you. Thank you.” This can be done with specific individuals in mind. Or the phrases can be said without focusing on anyone in particular. This enables the healing of deep unconscious soul wounds that may go back lifetimes.

By elevating your consciousness, and being conscious in thoughts, words, and deeds, you will serve the higher good. It does not matter who you have hurt or how you have been hurt. This is a time or redemption. You have an extraordinary opportunity to be free of pain and suffering. Ultimately, the single most important requirement is your willingness to act with lover toward, yourself, everyone, and everything. The laws of the universe ensure that your soul will be rewarded in equal measure to your contribution and your ability to remain heart-centered, loving, and kind toward yourself and others. The energy of forgiveness, together with you willingness to raise your consciousness, will bring many unexpected and beautiful gifts into your life.”

                            Nicolya Christi, in “2012 A Clarion Call”

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