Forgiveness of Others is something we have heard and talked about many, many times. This week Ashtar will go a little deeper into the how’s and why’s of forgiving others.
Our mental health
So much of the idea of forgiveness, comes down to our own mental health. I am certain you have heard; “Unforgiveness is like sticking a fork in your own hand and expecting the other person to suffer.” Think about that for a moment. Can you get a visual of this thought? The pain we inflict upon ourselves seldom affects the person to whom our anger is focused.
There’s a fine line
I find there is a fine line between the idea of forgiving others, and forgiving ourselves. Both are essential. Not to spoil your viewing but this is why Ashtar will be discussing forgiving ourselves next week. Even though the two are intertwined in many ways, let’s just work on focusing our attention on the forgiveness of Others.
When I feel wronged, I would like the other party to acknowledge the action, and ideally apologize for causing me pain. Sometimes this happens, mostly it doesn’t. We humans are complicated creatures. Hurting others is often just a cry of pain. Is it possible we committed the first hurt?
The month of forgiveness
If Ashtar has done a month whose topic can be reviewed many times, April is one. Yes, I know this is only the second week, but there is so much more to come. I hope you will set your intention to go back and review these forgiveness intentions.
The Ashtar Venusian cards
This week I will be returning to Japan for the first time in three years. Three years! When I return I will be bringing a few sets of these amazing Ashtar Venusian Symbol Tarot cards. If you are interested in having your own set, please order through my website store. I would love to bring you back your own set.
Many Blessings of Universal Love,