Question re: erasing drama and karma
What about the hard lessons that come because we resist life?
As you may know, the present well lived, changes the past. If we create a hardship in order to learn a lesson (because we ignored the gentle proddings to do so) there is no longer a need to keep the hardship once the lesson is learnt. So yes, it too can be dissolved as no longer necessary.
But what about the lessons we didn’t take time to learn, even after the hardship?
Then the continuing painful memory will prod you to do so, even if it’s overdue (see the nine steps of recapitulation in the book Journey to the Heart of God). Once the lesson is learnt, no matter when, then the memory can be dissolved.