Friday, May 17, 2013

While we wait.

While we are waiting, let’s forgive.  Let’s forgive everyone.  Beginning with ourselves, we can change everything. You have most likely heard of Ho’oponopono.  Here is a link to a description:  Ho'oponopono 


 Essentially, there are four things to do/say/think.  These are simple statements, and it matters not in which order they are done.  They can be spoken aloud, written down, or whispered within. 

I am so sorry.

Please forgive me.

I love you.

Thank you.

Their power rests in their simplicity.  These are ideas we are familiar with.  There is nothing to learn, no special posture or place is necessary.  They will have their effect regardless of form or volume.  Only sincerity is necessary.  You have to mean it.

A bloodless revolution is possible and each one of us is called to participate. We are becoming inundated with “truths” and “revelations” and “lies”.  None of these are easy to digest.  It is interesting to me how we are often so quick to judge our own kind.  Hatred is a virus and easily transferred with our emotion. 

You know better now.  It is these very emotions (fear, hatred, anger) that are harvested, and the very reason the horrors continue to be staged and seem to be escalating.  Those that would feed off of our fear are worried; they are seeing their own end.  It is coming.

We need do nothing but forgive.  Love is who we are.  We are called now to “stand up” and be only that which we are.  (I know this is a commercial for a soft drink, but the message is clear and relevant to the simplicity of revolution.)


We are One.  Let’s act like it.  In the days, weeks and months directly ahead we will be further challenged to hold our ground.  There is no one else who can do this.  I am seeing legions of us, “standing up” for forgiveness, no matter what the landscape.  This will change the world.

What are you waiting for?  You are the One.


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