Week 7 – Freedom through Forgiveness

Wow! I am totally overwhelmed by the intense nature of this Master Key Alliance/ Master Key Experience! So much going on and so much personal breakthrough. Sometimes I feel it is too much and then I become aware of what is happening within me and I feel thankful for being here and doing this work.

What a Week! Forgiveness is the key. All the baggage we hold onto and carry around with us for a lifetime, it is incredible! Think of Joseph Marley’s ghost in A Christmas Carol, all the chains he was dragging, the locks and boxes of pain and dreams. When we hold a grudge or have a hurt that we won’t let go of we are chained to that thought! We chose to hold this pain and keep it alive on purpose. It really is insane don’t you think; Hi I have this dead skunk here that really bothered me but I just can’t let go of it because then I can’t tell you I have this dead skunk here that really bothers me……

This week we started out by forgiving everyone, even forgiving the hurts we may have forgot about. Let it go, become unchained – FREEDOM. Then we are reading from Og’s scroll 2 “I greet this day with love in my heart” and “I will give love to all I meet” Love is my shield. I also remembered the passage in Mk: if you bring a gift to the alter but have a grievance with your brother, leave the gift and settle with your brother. God wants you to forgive and be free from that before he will accept your gift! You can not give love if you still hold a grudge and you will never be free until you forgive and give love to all!

I am sorry, you may know this already but for me it was a big epiphany! Forgive + Love + be the observer and giving no Opinion (see previous blogs) + using the Mental Law of substitution and dual thought. Along with our new exercise of the 7 day to a new you (see the side panel on this blog and sign up!) The idea is to go a whole week without wallowing in negative thoughts!

I have just gone through 6 days and due to using all the above training and techniques I am observing people give up their happiness and joy to yell at people who don’t even know they exist! I drive a lot and I feel like the Alcoholic who, after being sober for a while, goes to a party and observes drunk people – was I really like that?!

Things that used to trigger my “pre-recorded” tirades and cause me to yell obscenities and make rude gestures simply no longer affect me.  I walk into situations which once would cause me to get very angry and think negative thoughts which now are the same as if I saw a rock on the ground or the squirrel run up a tree; it just is, it does not affect me, I have no Opinion, no heat on it, only love for people and myself. I can instantly say isn’t that interesting and change my focus to something else more conducive to my well being.

I think I may have given up needing to be right!

Well OK, lets not go too far…..


Enjoy life! it could be the only one you get…