Now that you have assessed your archetypal nature and the nature of all others surrounding yourself, you can begin to analyze the thoughtform behind the archetypes in the dance of life. Often the patterns occur today as they did long ago; or in similar variations upon a theme. For example, at another time, one archetype may have seduced another and produced an offspring. One never remained to raise the child, but instead leaves the other to its own experience of child rearing. In present time, this is reflected in a parallel set of circumstances where a child is conceived, but perhaps one parent never completes upon raising the child; or perhaps even abandons the other before the child is ever born.
The dance of patterning associated is karmic. Sometimes such karma may be of one’s ancestry. Sometimes the karma may be a manipulation in which it was transferred upon one’s ancestry. It may be hard to imagine that a seemingly tragic life circumstances was not even one’s own karma to bear, and yet due to the manipulative nature of karma in the human dream, this occurs much of the time. It is also what makes karmic settlement almost impossible, as one often does not really recognize that it was not one’s karma until much later in the ascension and as one rises to a higher frequency.
What to do? Forgive; forgive it all anyway. In the forgiveness, even karma that is not one’s own melts away allowing one freedom and the ability to enter a new dance with all others in the life dream. Later and as you recognize that the karma was not yours to begin with, you can return it to the real origins; and then it will be up to those ancestors in present time to forgive the karma themselves in their personal ascensions.
The Nature of Forgiveness
Forgiveness changes everything. Forgiveness states, “I understand that you trespassed upon me and that I and my ancestors have trespassed upon you and your ancestors in like kind. We have gone back and forth and back and forth, each trespassing upon the other, wounding ourselves in the dance of rejection, mutilation, pain, torture, heartbreak and annihilation. As I forgive my ancestors for the atrocities that they perpetrated, I also forgive yours, as we have all participated in the human dance throughout this experience upon Earth. No one is innocent; no one is to be blamed. One can only forgive, and in the forgiveness, enter a new dance of freedom and unity.”
Forgiveness requires intention. The intent to forgive will bring about the circumstances that allow for the release of the pain and trauma recorded in the etheric vessel and cellular structure associated with the karma. Generally speaking, it is in the act of catharsis that one also learns the spiritual lesson associated with the patterning. As one cries a heap of tears, then one understands how one’s ancestors have hurt others in a particular dance or another. In the feeling of the pain with one’s own heart and emotional body, one learns the associated spiritual lesson; one will not harm another again as a result. As one learns the lesson, then the associated pattern in the field shifts, and one is free to attract a new dance in the human dream. Read more