A Manual for Holy Relationship - The End of Death, Volume 2; blog reference
A Manual for Holy Relationship - The End of Death, Volume 2; copyright 2020

Jesus pulls no punches when speaking about our attraction to holding grievances. Each grievance we hold is an unconscious death wish and is certain to be taken out on the innocent and entirely neutral body. And then we wonder “why me?” when we’re faced with pain and disease.

Are we willing, truly and deeply willing to see our brothers and sisters as innocent? Do we WANT to? The question really is, “Do we desire to see OUR SELF as sinless, as guiltless? After all, this is a holographic dream and there is only ONE of us here. When we communicate with others, we are literally interacting with “divine reflections” of our own state of mind, of our own unseen self-judgments. Without these sometimes infuriating people we would never recognize and then HEAL our own unconscious self-hatred, our own deeply hidden death wish.

Jesus explains in the quote below why we find it difficult to genuinely forgive. It’s because unconsciously we believe 1) that the despicable act itself was REAL (and is now). And, 2) to forgive the truth (it was real and DID happen) is a bypass because we’re trying to OVERLOOK the truth. Thirdly, deep down, since we still believe our own sins are real, we look on forgiveness as pure deception.

“The major difficulty that you find in genuine forgiveness on your part is that you still believe you must forgive the truth, and not illusions. You conceive of pardon as a vain attempt to look past what is there; to overlook the truth, in an unfounded effort to deceive yourself by making an illusion true. This twisted viewpoint but reflects the hold that the idea of sin retains as yet upon your mind, as you regard yourself.” … “Because you think your sins are real, you look on pardon as deception.” W-134.3,4:1

All pain and sickness arise from holding grievances, from VALUING them. They come from a belief that we were indeed victimized. And once we agree to believe the problem or incident is REAL…then it cannot BE forgiven. And unknowingly we carry the painful consequences of our un-forgiveness in our body, our relationships and our life in general.

Who or what is it that you still BELIEVE victimized you? Are you willing to ask Holy Spirit to help you to accept and forgive YOURSELF for having unknowingly used this person, this body or problem to attack yourself? Are you willing to release this self-attack? Here is the FORGIVENESS/ATONEMENT process: https://nouksanchez.com/nouks-blog/the-seven-essential-principles-in-quantum-forgiveness/

Jesus tells us clearly here:

“To hold a grievance is to let the ego rule your mind and to condemn the body to death.” W-68.1:4

He means this literally. In every case. No matter how minor the grievance. Let’s express our heartfelt intent to drop ALL grievances now. And instead, let us embrace our majestic and incorruptible Innocence in this most Holy Instant. 😉

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