Have you ever thought what forgiveness means? You, your own self, your own personality, needs your forgiveness. Your spirit is divine, but until you have overcome, your personality remains human and needs the forgiveness of your spirit. As you forgive, as your spirit forgives your personality, so also you will learn to forgive your brother man for all his seeming errors. If you will train yourself to think in terms of love and forgiveness every moment of your life, a most beautiful healing will take place in you.

The Quiet Mind: The Sayings of White Eagle

Two nights ago, while chanting with friends, and in an ecstatic state I was suddenly embraced by the Light. The Great Masters, gathered together at the portal to eternity, were laughing with me, and welcoming me home. Their message, spoken with tremendous merriment and not even a hint of judgement was, “We’ve been watching you getting mired in the pulls of your ego. A few times we thought you might not make it. But you have and we are pleased.” My mental response was, “You don’t seem to be judging me at all.” Amidst more laughter they said, “Of course not. We’ve been there. We know what life on Earth is like, how challenging it is.”

Many of us are burdened by guilt. It appears to be a major stumbling block to the freedom each of our souls is seeking. Is this a holdover from Adam and Eve and original sin? If the Great Ones can laugh with me and accept my foibles, surely I can do the same with my personality and the personalities of others. We’re all in this thing together; we’re manning the oars of a great craft speeding towards our collective awakening. Let’s release the guilt and embrace the underlying perfection of the soul. Let’s laugh and play together. It is we that make mountains out of molehills. It is we too that can transcend them.

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