A group of us have been exploring in depth the concept of “humble forgiveness “. You have frequently said that there’s nothing to forgive, can you comment on whether this is a valid concept to be studying?
It depends on what your definition is for forgiveness. If it is as the world sees it (as the acceptance of the unacceptable) then I would agree that it is not a valid concept in a guiltless unfolding of a pristine cosmos.
But if you assign a different meaning to the word, such as the removal of inner obstructions to the free flowing of life-force, then it is a valid objective to understand and then to endeavor to remove such obstructions, or blockages.
Holding on to the past through retaining and reliving memories of high points and low points, is to define yourself by what has been. The light bodies that are stacked one inside the other around the physical body, overlap one another. The etheric body is the seat of the soul and is only about one to two inches bigger than the physical body. It harbors the events that have not yielded their insights; in other words: karma.
Those events that have not yielded their insights but have left an impression on you (both positive or negative), form blockages that impede the flow of energy through the other light bodies. To recapitulate those imprinting events could be called “the forgiveness of days gone by“.
There is no word for forgiveness in the holy languages, but there is for recapitulation.
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