FREEDOM OF FORGIVENESS
Magic, revealed in the last time, can be found in the power of forgiveness, reading Matthew 5:27, "I tell you that whosoever looketh on a woman to lust after her hath committed adultery."
We are told that "the act" committed in the heart, using the power of thinking (imagination), that doing it in our mind is the same as doing it here in the physical (remembering that inside the Trap it's all mental).
God sent Jesus into this world to show the way of forgiveness, the power of love, the knowledge of salvation, the forgiveness of sins and the way of peace (Lk 1:77). Forgiveness is a deliberate act of love: "to whom little is forgiven, the same loved little" (Lk 7:47).
How important is forgiveness? It's so important that as Jesus hung on the cross, beaten, bruised, bleeding and disfigured, the body's life force waning, his last thought was - "Father forgive them" (Lk 23:34). That's how important forgiveness is.
Forgiveness is not for the benefit of the other person; they, like you, have to "save yourself" (Phil 2:12 and 2Ti 2:15). Forgiveness is for your benefit. Look at the Prodigal Son, he had the knowledge that his Father would forgive him - and that knowledge saved his life.
We have to assume responsibility for our own creations. We have to resolve those karmic images which keep bringing us back here. "Confess your thoughts that ye may be healed" (James 5:16). "Love does not keep account of iniquity" (1Cor 13:4-5). "Forgive and ye shall be forgiven" (Lk 6:37). "Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other" (Eph 4:32).
Jesus teaches us that prayer is for forgiveness; "to forgive men their trespasses" (Mtt 6:14); that prayer is not for attaining "things" (Mtt 6:8). Jesus teaches us in Mtt 5:43 to 6:15 about forgiveness, and how to use prayer to enact the power of forgiveness.
Forgiveness in prayer is the way to break down the karmic memories of bondage. Forgiveness in prayer brings the experience of being born again. Forgiveness begins at some point while becoming born again.
Jesus also told us how to prevent future karmic creations - "sin no more," while empowering us with the knowledge of forgiveness in prayer: "be ye kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another" (Eph 4:32).
Know that through Jesus the way to the forgiveness of sins is proclaimed to you (Acts 13:38); that "ALL SINS" are forgiven (Mk 3:28); that "the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus" (Rm 6:23).
Come, let us show you the knowledge of forgiveness that God has offered through Jesus. You don't have to earn forgiveness, it's the power of God's love, it's divine, it's reaping what you sow. Then as you experience the truth for yourself, likewise share the knowledge with others; hide not this light under a bushel.
Take the karmic imagery in your soul, your Book of Life, and apply God's gift of forgiveness to negate the soul-binding karmic effects. Forgiveness resolves the negative karmic imagery into harmless memories, however, forgiving does not mean you no longer remember, but the new karmic imagery "over-writes" the old, negating any effects.
Forgiveness and sin-no-more cleans the karmic record which keeps bringing us back here. "If we confess our sins, our sins will be forgiven, and Jesus will cleanse us from all unrighteousness." (1Jn 1:9) Transmute your karmic imagery through forgiveness.
Jesus tells us plainly, "when we stand praying, forgive if you have aught against any" (Mk 11:25), "that we must forgive from our heart, EVERYONE. (Mtt 18:35) And Jesus tells us in Mtt 18:21 that forgiveness is not easy and that it may not be a one-time event. Jesus also warns us against insincere vain repetition: the Lord's Prayer is just more deception; Jesus' example is actually four different reasons for praying: for help in doing God's will, for spiritual knowledge, to keep us from the temptations of this world, and to forgive and ask forgiveness of others. Stop the repetition - and stop "confessing" to man (Rm 1:25). Go within.
How to Forgive:
- go within: enter into thy closet (head) and close the awareness to all outer sensations.
- bring the person to mind (pretend) that you want to forgive; or whom you seek forgiveness from.
- (still pretending) forgive the person for what they did to you; or ask the person for forgiveness, repenting for what you did - ending always with the words, "..... in the name of Jesus"
- know that "it is finished" without a "doubt"; open your eyes and go about your business.
Immediately afterwards there will be a relief, a yawn or sigh, a release of energy by the act of forgiveness, as a lighter, calmer feeling of freedom is felt from that old karmic imagery. It may take several encounters to resolve all the imagery of unforgiveness, the time accumulated karmic imagery of unrighteousness.
As memories of people enter your conscious from time to time, stop, go within and "pretend" that the person is there now and repent of the wrong and ask forgiveness; or forgive that person if they have wronged you. The image of the person "pops-up" because of the unresolved karma.
As the karmic imagery thought about the most becomes resolved through forgiveness, other, long ago thought forgotten imagery rises up; situations and encounters you thought were resolved through "rationalization" light-up and the memories flow across the viewing screen of the mind - and forgiveness continues.
You must forgive Everyone - from your heart (Mtt 18:35). You forgive them for you now understand that they, like you use to, "know not what they do" - or they wouldn't be doing it. (Lk 23:34) But for the Grace of God, there go I.
Jesus tells us plainly, "when ye stand praying forgive if you have aught against any" (Mk 11:25). And not to forget to end the prayer with the words, "in the name of Jesus", for as it is written in 2Cor 2:10-11, "to whom ye forgive any thing, forgive it in the name of Jesus, lest Satan should get an advantage of us."
Eventually, forgiveness becomes our guiding light; new karmic imagery creating the right action of righteousness. Then when the soul's ego imagery is transgressed and the soul wants revenge/justice . . . in the knowing comes that peace which passes all understanding.
- Luke 11:52