One of the most beautiful things are, when someone passes over, they get to meet themselves how they really were and how they behaved in life. When they go through the portal and find themselves in spirit where they are being accepted it becomes a very big mind opener for them. They feel and experience everything they have been in life; the lovely things they have done as well as the pain they have given to others.
The road to love is forgiveness. Many spirit’s come back and ask for forgiveness, but the act of true forgiveness is where we can meet ourselves and see our part, and of course others pain. That can, on the other hand, stay with the person that is left behind, they can carry that unresolved burden for the rest of their lives. We become a victim of it.
I have often wondered about the thing forgiving oneself. What does that mean? I have never been quite sure about that. But I have experienced how realisations have come out of the blue. I have not been conscious about how my behaviour have affected others, but in that moment of realisation when it hits me, quite unexpectedly, a mindset that has cut me off suddenly clears, and I can see the effect on me throughout my life. With these realisations, I have been able to forgive myself in one way. Some of the things we do in ignorance, we do not realise all the time, but when we have these moments of realisation it is as if a block begins to disintegrate.
When I am honest with myself and can admit my misdemeanours, I honour myself and accept responsibility for my actions. I do not believe there is any human being in this world that is without guilt. Who can never say they have not committed any kind of sin? We all have to some degree or other. So, when we can admit responsibility from our hearts it allows the universal love to come through and help us with our healing process.
Spirit people have come back to me asking for forgiveness, but not until I could accept responsibility to play my part, could the healing process within me be completed. Forgiveness for me is an act of love. The love of oneself and to feel the love of those that we have hurt or loved. It is very hard to face ourselves and admit responsibly. It can be very frightening to realise, but when I open my mind to this love that is available to all of us, I hand over myself to that love. This can be a beautiful experience, to reconcile with how we have been and it unconsciously affect all of those that we come into contact with. They will feel it themselves.
Hurting others is not always a conscious thing. Forgiveness, on the other hand, is a conscious action, to forgive I have had to listen to the voice of my soul. As I feel what I have done to others that becomes a part of me, and then I will experience all kinds of emotions and thoughts.
Irrespective of our beliefs or philosophies, when we deal with these issues within, we begin to set ourselves free. The power of the love that comes through, we do not have to prove it, we just allow it to become an active part of ourselves. When we do it will offer us a sense of freedom.
That power that comes from all of us is what motivates me, what keeps me going, because that power of love can only work with self-honesty and truth.
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