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« on: December 01, 2019 »

There is much talk about how forgiveness is an important step in healing.  It seems with Emo Clear since we take responsibility and ownership for what we are feeling forgiveness is not a required step to releasing.  Is this an accurate assumption or is there more to this?  Many thanks


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« Reply #1 on: December 02, 2019 »

Yes, forgiveness is only necessary or possible when you believe the other is responsible for what happened to you and for your feeling experience. When you take responsibility for your experience and drop blame, you bypass the need for forgiveness. Forgiveness is no longer required since you now see that the other was not really the primary cause of your pain.

When people talk about the need to forgive, they are still operating on a lower level of consciousness. They still believe that they are a victim, and that the other was the cause of their pain. They do not understand the first basic principle of EC work, that the inner suppressed negative attracts experiences to us, in other words, that's Karma in action. Trying to force yourself to "forgive" when you still blame the other is a pseudo-spiritual mind twist that can never really lead to satisfactory results.

I go into this in more detail in the EC book, to which I would refer you.

True forgiveness is the realization that blame was a mistake.

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