These past weeks we have been confronted with the deeper aspects of mental and emotional control patterns, such as opinions, judgments and fear that specifically challenge our ability to forgive or reconcile. Subjectively we perceive this in form of increasing inner conflicts - the battle between our conscience and our inner feelings. Negative sentiments and self-doubt, but also blaming and feelings of revenge are not uncommon in these times. So, while we are prompted to go into deeper inner healing outer circumstances seem to conspire to show us the battle between our Heart and Mind.
In remote energy transMISSION work we often experience an alignment of our physical bodies to higher divine frequencies and with it a kick-start to expand our heart field accordingly. For some of us this feels like a welcome opportunity to freely expand our energy and to bliss-out, while for others it can feel more like ‘being asked to give up something or to sacrifice’. How we perceive energetic expansion mainly depends on our inner attitude towards letting go.
While letting go can feel like difficult or even painful at times, it typically feels very liberating after the fact. All that’s needed is an inner shift of inner energy.
However, for this shift to take place, we cannot use our minds or command it through our will. Self-Healing is not about disciplining or depriving ourselves of something, on the contrary; it’s about trust. Think of a lost opportunity or misplacing an item: You can drive yourself crazy trying to find them or beating yourself up for losing it - or you can simply hand it over to your inner power and trust that what seems lost will reappear at the right time and the right place.
If you can see LETTING GO as a handing-over process, as in ‘offering’ rather than sacrifice you can learn that letting go and expanding your heart is one and the same process.
by Jeff Casper
The last Men's Healing Circle had the focus of forgiveness and it brought it quite a bit as forgiveness is a quite a powerful tool as is going beyond it. Below is a brief reflection on the purpose of forgiveness within our journey. Check it out...
On the Need or Purpose of Forgiveness