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September 8, 2011

(Channeling begins)

Djwhal Khul here. Tashi delek.

Alright. Forgiveness. Forgiving and really is what that is about. When you are unable to forgive, you are unable to fully love. In the, certainly 9-11, which affects the global , as well as in your personal life, starting with forgiving yourself first because then you can more fully love yourself and then when it comes to others, it gets a little tricky, so I want to talk about that a bit.

Sometimes, you think this other in your life was the bad and they should be asking you for forgiveness. I would say don&;t wait for that to happen. Instead take the reins yourself and just simply say “I forgive that and I forgive myself for any role that I may have played unknowingly. Maybe I unknowingly set them off or maybe for some reason we had some karmic thing to play out that affects another lifetime, so I forgive myself for that.”

Forgiveness simply allows for a state of healing and to be able to fully love. So I highly recommend that.

Now as we practice with the , you can simply empty the of all emotions, no matter what’s in there. There might be a little joy, a little bit of irritation and what not and then fill the with love and continue to breathe Divine Love and just let it circulate through the .

You can also use Dr. Emoto’s prayer, that is the Water Prayer, but I find that when you say it energetically to other beings or to maybe the people who destroyed the twin towers, or the people who are preying upon children, or whatever it is, it releases the whole pattern that allows everyone to play in the drama. So it’s just four short sentences:

“I am sorry.
Please forgive me.
Thank you.
I love you.”

Say it to yourself. Say it mentally to others and to situations, even say, pollution on the earth, say it to the pollution. It really does bring about quite a bit of healing.

So forgiveness allows love to be fully experienced.

Djwhal Khul

Channeled by Rev. Terri Newlon

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