Letting go – Instructions for Freedom

 Flying in the sky

Forgiveness is such a powerful healing tool. It is a gift we give ourselves. Whether it is forgiving yourself or others, I hope you will find some inspiration here to let go and move on. 

The beautiful “Instructions for Freedom” is from “Eat, Pray, Love” by Elizabeth Gilbert. It was given to her by a poet from New Zealand during a stay in an Ashram as she was struggling to come to terms with her divorce. On the rooftop of the Ashram, at sunset with a warm breeze blowing and the evening stars starting to sparkle, she goes through the following process.

Instructions for Freedom

1. Life’s metaphors are God’s instructions.

2. You have just climbed up and above the roof. There is nothing between you and the Infinite. Now, let go.

3. The day is ending. It’s time for something that was beautiful to turn into something else that is beautiful. Now, let go.

4. Your wish for a resolution was a prayer. Your being here is God’s response. Let go, watch the stars come out – on the outside and on the inside.

5. With all your heart, ask for grace, and let go.

6. With all your heart, forgive him, FORGIVE YOURSELF, and let him go.

7. Let your intention be freedom from useless suffering. Then, let go.

8. Watch the heat of the day go by into the cool of the night. Let go.

9. When the karma of a relationship is done, only love remains. It’s safe. Let go.

10. When the past has passed from you at last, let go. Then climb down and begin the rest of your life. With great joy.

 Find your self a place of beauty to do this process for yourself. You might also want to try the Emotional Essential oil protocol that is in my August Newsletter. This process can be greatly enhanced by the use of Essential Oils. They have a direct influence on the brain as the sense of smell is directly connected to the brain. Olfactory nerves transport the aroma of the oil to the limbic system and the olfactory sensory center at the base of the brain. The impulses are passed next between the pituitary and pineal gland and move to the amygdala, which is the memory center of fear and trauma. Healing can then take place.

Young Living’s Forgiveness is a powerful blend to help move past the barriers by bringing them into higher spiritual awareness.

The ingredients in the blend are: Frankincense, Sandalwood, Lavender, Melissa, Angelica, Helichrysum, Rose, Rosewood, Geranium, Lemon, Palmarosa, Ylang Ylang, Bergamot, Roman Chamomile, Jasmine

Peace

Fatma

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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