“When Enough of Us Forgive … We Can Change the World”
by Contemporary Mystic, Lori Daniel Falk
Forgiveness is one of the most important steps to ending conflicts in our families, our communities and between nations. Forgiveness is a personal decision to not allow anger, hurt and resentment to control your life. To forgive someone who has wronged you, even if they “don’t deserve it,” is a choice to take the high road, the road leading to inner peace for you, for them, for all. Archbishop Desmond Tutu, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize and international statesman for reconciliation and forgiveness, tells us that when enough of us forgive ~ we can change the world. Now there’s a good reason to consider forgiving!
Breathing Magic Into Forgiveness
In this YouTube video, Visionary Artist, Lori Daniel Falk, offers you a peek into the magical process of angelic healing. This episode features the topic of Breathing Magic Into Forgiveness, with an emphasis on the importance of emotional healing work.
Learning to let things go and forgive isn’t always easy, but when we truly forgive, it helps foster better health, better relationships, a deeper sense of purpose and self worth and a feeling of connection to others. But how do we go about doing this deep-seated inner work … especially when we’re still angry? Well you start with this question … Do you really want to carry that feeling forward? Do you want to be stuck at that victim energy level? Do you really want to manifest more of the same? Ah ha, there is the real question … Do you really want to attract more of the same?
According to the Law of Attraction, we can only create/attract from the vibrational level we are at. Lower level vibrations, such as anger, fear and greed vibrate at a very low frequency. If you’re caught up in that energy, that’s what you will attract more of.
The importance of emotional healing has never been more important than it is at this time on our planet. Recent studies have shown that we create in the emotional field prior to manifesting in the physical field. We get distraught over situations, or we get stressed over things, thereby creating abhorrent thought forms, that can create illness, sometimes even serious or fatal illness. Not only are negative emotions the root cause of almost every disease; the anger, fear, unworthiness and other emotions that go along with them, get buried in the body at a cellular level. Over time these adverse emotions weaken the physical body creating everything from stiffness, aches, and pains to more serious conditions such as diabetes, heart disease and cancer.
"To err is human ~ to forgive is divine.” - Alexander Pope As we move further along the ascension process the need to release negative emotional patterns and beliefs becomes more and more vital. As the planet continues to vibrate at a higher and higher frequency … and we along with it … carrying around limiting beliefs and feelings of resentment becomes quite burdensome. These lower vibrational frequencies actually bog us down, making it uncomfortable for them to even exist in the new “higher playing field.”
So what do we do about all of this? Well, perhaps the simplest thing would be to shift our paradigm, to look at life through a different lens. As humans our ego-selves tend to judge things as right or wrong, good or bad, appropriate or inappropriate; when in reality … it’s all good. Right about now, I know you are thinking yeah right, easy for you to say!?! Truth be told, often I’d like to say the same thing; yet what I know for sure is this … that old way of thinking no longer serves us.
There’s a wonderful children’s book written by Neale Donald Walsch that describes this concept well. It’s called, The Little Soul and the Sun: A Children’s Parable Adapted from Conversations With God. If you haven’t read it yet, I encourage you to do so … soon. The characters in this delightful story beautifully describe how we choose the lessons or skills we’d like to learn in a particular lifetime prior to incarnating on this planet. While we’re going about setting our goals if you will, other souls are lining up and volunteering to be our parents, loved ones and friends; and promising to help us co-create the incidences in life that will all assist us most in achieving the the lessons we are hoping to learn.
Let’s say you decided you wanted to learn about forgiveness; perhaps you would need to encounter someone that would truly wrong you. And to have it really impact you at a deep level, perhaps it would need to be induced by someone of importance and/or significance in your life. Perhaps you would need to be so infuriated by it all that you could hardly stand it. And yet, because underneath it all, you truly love this person who has in some way harmed you beyond belief, you would need to find a way to forgive them. To continue loving them you would need to let go of all anger, resentment, and indignation. You would need to know at the core of your soul that they had simply offered you the opportunity you had long been asking for … the opportunity to learn to love unconditionally in the face of adversity … put simply, a true chance to forgive.
"Without forgiveness life is governed ... by an endless cycle of resentment."
-- Robert Assaglioli
As Robert Assaglioli has said, “Without forgiveness life is governed … by an endless cycle of resentment and retaliation.” With that in mind, when “adversity” shows up in your life, rather than playing the victim role and attacking the person or source of your anger, would it not be better to simply ask, “Why is this showing up? What can I learn from this? What is the gift in all of this?” By asking these questions, we put ourselves in the role of the observer. We look at the situation objectively and try to ascertain what the true gift is that lays within the confines of this uncomfortable circumstance.
In finding this gift, we can fully and completely love not only ourselves, but those who only seemed to have done us wrong. At this level of consciousness our frequency automatically increases, elevating us into higher and higher domains of existence; making ascension into higher consciousness seem like an easy task.
A long, long time ago Alexander Pope told us, “To err is human; to forgive, divine.” Today, as we move into these higher levels of consciousness and awareness, forgiving for divinity takes on a whole new meaning. To even begin to reach enlightenment one must not just realize, but accept the fact that everything is, and always will be, in divine order. With that in mind, it is of paramount importance that we look at what seems to be bad, or wrong, or hurtful . . . all those feelings of unpleasantness . . . and find the gift that lies within them. You’ll know you are truly in touch with your "God-self" when you have the ability to look adversity in the face and lovingly embrace it.
“When enough of us forgive ~ we can change the world.”
-- Archbishop Desmond Tutu
About the Author/Artist
As a Spiritual Life Coach, Visionary Artist, author and public speaker, Lori Daniel Falk is often referred to simply as a Contemporary Mystic. She has been gifted with a new artistic healing modality that enables her to communicate with, and share, the wisdom of the angels in both pictures and words. These Angelic Message Portraits™ Lori has the honor and joy of creating with the angels. bring a feeling of wonderment and inspiration to all who view them. To date they have found homes in twenty countries around the world. One of her greatest joys is working with the angels. Her new book, “What the World Needs to Know NOW, Wisdom of the Angels,” is now available at www.wisdomoftheangels.com
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