Gautama Buddha will take all of your non-forgivenss if you will give it to him by truly releasing it

Gautama Buddha, May 20, 2007. This tool was given in the following message.

An opportunity to let go of non-forgiveness
And my beloved, in this regard, do not forget to look in the mirror and practice unconditional forgiveness toward yourself. For truly, many of you find it easier to forgive others than to forgive yourself. But my beloved, unconditional forgiveness is unconditional. Meaning that it is not dependent upon any conditions on Earth. And so to forgive your neighbor unconditionally, you must be willing to look beyond his or her imperfections. And so you must do with yourself.

My beloved, if forgiveness is unconditional, what conditions could you possibly have to fulfill in order to be worthy of that unconditional forgiveness? Do you not see the logic of this, my beloved? You do not need to be worthy of unconditional forgiveness. You are worthy of it right now.

And thus, as the sealing of this release, I offer you the opportunity to take all non-forgiveness of yourself – all sense of being imperfect, of not being good enough, of having made this or that mistake – I give you the opportunity [that I will] take all of it.

Envision how you gather these imperfections from all corners of your forcefield, all corners of your aura. You draw them together, and you might envision them as black threads that are interwoven with the fabric of your being, but you see, my beloved, how you pull them out of your being as so many black threads.

And you pull them together and you pull them tighter and tighter towards your heart. And in the light of your heart, you begin to see them. And you pull them together in a ball. And now you see how you cram together that ball, making it tighter and tighter, as if it was a roll of yarn or string that at first is somewhat unruly, but as you keep pulling it together, it becomes more and more compact until it is so small that you can hold it in both of your hands.

And now, my beloved, I invite you to envision that you hold that ball of yarn of non-forgiveness in your hands, and you throw it into the burning furnace of my heart chakra—that burns with a light so bright that it will instantly consume any imperfection on Earth. My beloved, be not concerned about my ability to be able to consume and transmute this substance. For am I not the Lord of the World? So truly, there is nothing you can have that could be so bad that I could not consume it. So take it now and throw it into my heart chakra and see how it is consumed instantly upon touching the fire of my fiery love for you.

And now, my beloved, accept that you are free of this non-forgiveness. Accept that you are worthy of the unconditional forgiveness. Accept that I, Gautama Buddha, the Lord of the World, has forgiven you unconditionally and completely. And thus, as Jesus said, “Thy sins be forgiven thee. Now go and sin no more.” Do not go back into the old momentums and recreate the non-forgiveness of yourself—even if you continue to make certain mistakes. When you make the mistake, seek honestly to learn from it but then forgive yourself rather than holding on to it.

For my beloved, the very fact that you are open to these teachings – the new teachings of the Christ and Buddha for the Aquarian Age – demonstrates that you have the potential to be one of the forerunners for the Golden Age. But how can you fulfill that mission if you hold on to non-forgiveness of yourself? How can you demonstrate forgiveness to others if you do not practice it towards yourself?

So forgive yourself, and let go of the conditions that your ego and the forces of this world are using in order to trick you into thinking that you are not worthy of forgiveness. Or even trick you into believing the age-old lie of the serpentine mind that once you have made a certain mistake, you are doomed forever and can never be redeemed.

I tell you, the reality is that God has no other desire than to see you rise above all imperfections on Earth and become the God-free being you were created to be. And you can rise only when you accept unconditional forgiveness. For as I have said applies on a continental scale, it applies on an individual scale. You cannot right the wrongs of the past. You can only learn from them and then let them go by unconditionally forgiving yourself.

Thus, my beloved, I have said my peace, and I seal you in the Flame of Unconditional Forgiveness. And I seal this conference, my beloved. For I want you to know that you have earned this dispensation. You have earned it for Europe as a whole. And this shows you how a few people can indeed be the forerunners for raising up the many.

So allow yourselves to flow with the music that will be played. Allow yourself to feel the Presence of the Buddha where you are. For when everything is the Buddha nature, thenyou are the Buddha nature. Meaning that you are already the Buddha—if you could only accept it, and accept it unconditionally.

For when you are already the Buddha, how could there be conditions that you have to fulfill before you become the Buddha? And thus, ponder the eternal truth that the ego and the intellect can never fathom—that you cannot become the Buddha. You can only BE the Buddha.


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