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Module #7. Radical Transformation
Video Four: The ‘Emerge-n-See’ 4-Steps to Radical Forgiveness

In the context of our needing to maintain a high vibration and a Radical Transformation mindset while experiencing the full force of the kind of world-shattering event we spoke of in the last video, this tool will be invaluable to you. It will help you hold the vibration of perfection and will stop you giving way to fear and hopelessness. If you commit the four steps to memory, it is available to use in the very moment that the need arises.

If and when such crisis times do actually hit, large numbers of fearful and confused people will probably not be easily persuaded to take the time to learn about and use the Radical Transformation Worksheet itself.

However, they might, in their anxiety, be willing to reach out and grasp at something as simple as the 4- Step process if only to see if it worked in that moment. I believe it will work for them even if they’ve never heard of Radical Forgiveness because it will resonate something deep within them and they will feel asense of peace when they do it. The entire philosophy of Radical Forgiveness is contained in these four steps, as well as the reminder to choose peace rather than fear.

My hope, therefore, is that with your help, we can create a mass awareness of the fact that such a simple tool as the Emerge-n-See 4-Step Process can help people get through the difficult times ahead and emerge with a transformed consciousness.

So, learn the 4-steps by heart if you haven’t already done so and then find ways to teach it to others. If people seem deaf to it now, they won’t be when everything around them is breaking down. They will come to you because they will notice that you’re not in fear like everyone else and that you always seem to know what to do. That’s because you will be receiving guidance, assuming you are in a peaceful enough state to receive it.

That said, this is a great tool to use under normal, every-day circumstances, like whenever you find yourself making judgments, feeling self-righteous or wanting to change something about a situation. It will bring your consciousness into the present moment, allowing you to let go of the illusion and to align with spiritual

Here are the four steps that you need to learn by heart.
1. Look what I created.
2. I notice my judgments and feelings but love myself anyway.
3. I am willing to see the perfection in the situation.
4. I choose peace.
It really is that simple.

Reciting these to yourself under your breath, even if you do it through clenched teeth, will save you from going to victimland. So now, let’s look at each one. Step One: “Look what I created.”

This step reminds us that we are the creators of our reality and that what we are experiencing is self- created. We take responsibility for having created it as it is, but we do so free of any self-judgment or criticism, if possible. Being quick to judge, we may use this step as a way to beat ourselves up. We might say, “Boy, look what I’ve created. Oh, it’s terrible — I must be a terrible person, a spiritual failure.” Do not fall into that trap, for if you do, you buy into the illusion and negate the process completely.

Step Two will help in this regard. And, it says: “I notice my judgments and my feelings, and love myself anyway.” This step acknowledges that as humans we automatically attach a whole string of judgments, interpretations, questions, and beliefs to situations. Our task involves accepting the imperfection of our own humanity and loving ourselves for having these judgments, including the one that says we must be a bad, spiritually- moribund person for creating this reality. Our judgments are part of ourselves, so we must love them as we love ourselves. This connects us with what actually is happening in our body and mind and brings us into the present through our feelings. Our energy then shifts quickly and allows us to go to the third and the fourth steps of this process.
Step Three: “I am willing to see the perfection in the situation.”
This willingness step represents the essential element in the Radical Forgiveness process. It equates to a prayerful surrendering in the moment to the Divine plan and the willingness to love ourselves for not being able to see this plan directly.

Step Four: “I choose the power of peace.”
This fourth step represents a consequence of all the previous steps. By accepting that Divine purpose is served in this situation and that what appears to be occurring may be illusionary, we choose to feel peace and to use the power of peace in whatever actions are required of us. The power of peace is found when we are totally present in the moment, acting with clarity and focus to do whatever may be required while being totally aware of our feelings.
Practice this four-step as often as possible. Make it a part of your awareness. It gives you a way to be in the moment throughout your day.

This is the end of Module #7. But before we leave it, let me bring your attention to the fact that in the Resources Section you will find the audio and script for the 13-Steps to Radical Transformation. Like the 4 Steps, this is a tool to have by you, on your phone most likely, to use in those moments when you feel a
tendency to awfulize something that has caught your attention.
Now it’s on to Module #8.