Radical Forgiveness in Practice

OK, so you’ve gone through the Assumptions of Radical Forgiveness. Probably more than once – because they are quite challenging; aren’t they? But the truth is – they only seem crazy to your mind; not to your spiritual self. That’s the part of you that uses your Spiritual Intelligence and it knows the truth when it sees it. Which is why you can actually feel yourself resonating with those statements even while your mind is saying, “Get out of here!”

But not to worry, we don’t have to believe them. We only have to be willing to be open to the possibility that it might be true that everything happens for a reason and its always part of our divine plan for our soul’s journey on this earth plane. Just willing, that’s all. Willing to entertain the possibility that what happened occurred not to us but for us. Really!

But here’s the thing, if we try to do it in our heads it doesn’t work because our mind gets in the way. We have to use the tools we have created that get you direct into your Spiritual Intelligence. They are basically just simple worksheets. Not difficult. We provide you with links to download whenever referred to in this program. You download them and make lots of copies to use as often as needed – and in the beginning that will be a lot. There are also interactive version you can use included in this program.

Now, from a practical point of view, it makes sense to think of using these tools in two ways. Firstly, to go back in time and do the forgiveness work on everyone and everything you can think of that caused you to feel victimized in some way. No matter how long ago, and no matter how big or small the event actually was, you do it anyway. This has the effect of neutralizing a lot of old negative energy.

For example, if you feel that someone was to blame for the death of your loved one, that would be something to use the worksheets on, for sure. You would keep doing them until you had begun to feel a measure of peace about the fact that this person was responsible for what happened. You might need to include doctors, police, and other people who were involved in some way.

The second way of using the tools is to think of them as aids to finding peace in any situation as and when things come up that you find upsetting. In other words, you use them as emotional first aid tools. You want it to become a habit to reach for one when, say, someone lets you down, or something goes wrong. The interesting thing about using the tools in this way is that, because it works on the energetic level, it can have the effect of removing the situation that is actually causing the upset. It’s seems quite miraculous in that way, but we see it happening all the time.

So, I suggest you go back and look over those assumptions again, spend a bit of time with them and see if you relate to them a little more now. Then open up your second Assignment and, having given a lot of considerations to the assumptions, respond to the questions as honestly as you can. It’s only for you. No one else sees them and it is not a test. It’s just to get you thinking.