[Text] Measurement points of forgiveness ~ Dina-Perla

Living gracefulness Dina-Perla

It is no coincidence that psychology practices in Western society have been less effective in recent years than at the end of the last century. Quite often, the connection between psychology and spirituality is not created. Professionals zoom in on a specific area, while the helicopter view to see the whole picture is necessary as well. Thus, psychology can be functional, yet sometimes not sufficient. Here, clinical support is left out, only to talk about support for major life events, phases and transformations. Amongst other reasons, this is why the role of light workers becomes more and more important and intense in the new world – the Aquarius era we already live in. Psychologist and light workers who do create the link between psychology and spirituality, even somewhat philosophy, have the opportunity to do exceptional work.

Hard work, all-encompassing and non-linear

Sometimes with major life events, phases and transformations, it can be as ‘simple’ as putting the question first: who have I not yet forgiven? A psychological-spiritual work which focuses on the theme of forgiveness is A course in miracles. I know from experience that forgiving is hard work, all-encompassing and non-linear. In my life, I went through all those different stages. Forgiveness can be put on a scale, from human 3D experience to mystical and spiritual realms of true freedom and innocence beyond time and space. Let me go through a number of measurement points on that scale with you.


Letting go of expectations that things should be different and letting go of hope

Seeing and accepting everything for what it is

Letting go of condemnation

Releasing physical, mental – emotional detox – or material baggage

Growing as a person and therefore being able to forgive others

Understanding the bigger picture

Freeing yourself and others from a symbolic prison

Being able to see actions as a call for love as A course in miracles calls it

Focusing on the inner world instead of the outer world

Comprehending that: “nothing real can be threatened and nothing unreal exists. Therein lies the peace of God”.

Perfect in the now

Many measurement points that are inclined towards human 3D experiences have to do with the ego. There is nothing wrong with that. These measurement points are also necessary. In fact, psychological-spiritual systems such as A course in miracles and the Kabbalah do not speak about destroying the ego, which is the case in Eastern systems. However, the further a person is in the process of forgiving and goes towards the mystical and spiritual realms of true freedom and innocence beyond time and space, the more forgiving begins to become something that has nothing to do with ego, but with spirit. After all, A course in miracles shows that a person is already perfect in the now. The authentic Self would not have acted in such a way, allowing to see those actions as a call for love and even an illusion in this world. Indeed, what is real cannot be threatened; real in the sense of being infinite and imperishable.

We form one whole

As long as someone sees guilt in the other, he or she most likely sees it in himself or herself. Someone remains seeing himself or herself as isolated from others, which is the case of course from a human 3D perspective, but not from a spiritual perspective. From that perspective, we form one whole, without limiting where one starts and where the other ends. Nevertheless, we always do the work within our own territory. With that, a shift is made in the whole. In short, everything works from the inside out. Go for it.

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