Monday, March 24, 2014

A Profound Truth

Forgiveness brings inner joy and inner peace.
~ Master Zhi Gang Sha

This is one of the most profound truths I have personally experienced.

Doing a regular forgiveness practice has transformed my heart, my relationships, and so much more. And I know without a doubt that it has transformed my soul journey.

How can this be? 

Each of us has hurt or harmed other beings in this lifetime and in past lifetimes. We could have caused another soul pain and suffering through our words, thoughts, actions, inaction, and more. We may be very loving, kind, and compassionate beings in this lifetime, but we have had times in some of our past lifetimes when this was not the case. For this we have accumulated negative karma. 

When we receive forgiveness from those we have hurt or harmed in all our lifetimes and we unconditionally forgive those who have hurt or harmed us in all lifetimes, negative karma is transformed. To do a forgiveness practice one time is good. 

To have a regular, consistent, and sincere-from-the-bottom-of-your-heart forgiveness practice is transformational. 

This simple practice, if done sincerely and consistently, can remove so many blockages in your life, including issues with your health, relationships, emotions, finances, career, family, and much, much more. The power of forgiveness cannot be overstated.

I firmly believe that we can transform humanity through the power of forgiveness. 

Truly open your heart to ask for forgiveness and to offer forgiveness. The appropriate souls will hear you and respond accordingly. Some may forgive you the first time. Others will forgive over time. They will see your sincerity and heartfelt desire to transform. This is why forgiveness practice is not a one-time practice. It is important to continue to practice regularly; daily if possible. 

Chances are, we know who some of the people we have hurt in this lifetime, but we don't know who we hurt in all our past lives. This is why we call all souls who we have ever hurt in this lifetime and in all our past lifetimes to join our forgiveness practice session. 

If you have a chronic or life-threatening condition, or if you have serious blockages in any aspect of life, do forgiveness practice as often as you possibly can. 

Here's how to do it:

Apply the Four Power Techniques: Body Power, Soul Power, Mind Power, and Sound Power.

Body Power. Find a quiet place and sit upright with your hands on your lower abdomen. Relax your mind and your body, but remain alert.

Soul Power. Say hello:

Dear all souls who I have harmed, hurt or taken advantage of in this lifetime 
or any of my lifetimes,
I love you and honor you. I invite you to be here now.
I sincerely and humbly ask for your forgiveness for any and all ways I have harmed, hurt or taken advantage of you.
I am deeply sorry. Please forgive me.
I ask this so that we may heal whatever karmic debt there is between us 
and advance on our soul’s journey together living in love, peace and harmony. 
Thank you.

Dear all souls who have ever harmed, hurt or taken advantage of me in this lifetime 
or any of my lifetimes,
I love you and honor you. I invite you to be here now.
I offer you my forgiveness, completely and unconditionally. 
You owe me nothing.
Let us heal whatever karmic debt there is between us so we can advance on our soul’s journey together living in love, peace and harmony. 
Thank you.

Mind Power. Visualize golden light radiating amongst you and all the souls you called. This light radiates throughout Mother Earth and all universes. 

Sound Power. Sing Love, Peace and Harmony (visit to download this Divine Soul Song). You may simply chant Divine Forgiveness or Divine Love repeatedly. The power of a mantra is increased through the repetition of the message. 

Chant for 10 to 15 minutes. The longer you chant and the more often you do this practice, the better. 

Close your practice by saying Hao! Hao! Hao! 
Hao is Mandarin and means “perfect,” or “get well.” It is an affirmation and a command. Then say Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. The “first thank” is for the Divine. The second “thank you” is for the soul(s), or spiritual beings in Heaven who supported your practice. The third “thank you” is for your own soul, mind and body. Lastly, say Gong song (pronounced gawng sohng). Gong song. Gong song to ask all of the souls you called to respectfully return to their abode.
With all my heart, I urge you to begin doing a regular forgiveness practice. You can be flexible and change the words. Most important is that you be sincere. 

How has forgiveness affected your life? I invite you to share here. And I invite you to share your experiences of forgiveness with others. This is one way we can transform the hearts of humanity. 

I wish you great success in your journey of forgiveness.

With love from my heart,
Master Elaine

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