You will need to make a list of people and events for which
you need to use the Forgiveness Processes.
Various strategies can help you to get this information.
Your list may come from:
Start making your list now! Do it joyfully, looking
forward to the time when your emotional and mental household will be quite
cleaned up and purified of toxic thoughts and feelings. There is actually
no need or requirement to feel miserable as you do this search for what
needs to be healed; why not do it with joy and self-nurturance?
Can you recall:
Any broken or shaky relationships.
Resentments, humiliations etc.
Sources of pain, burden, distress, discomfort, reduced vitality, dis-ease,
in your life as you think about them now,....or...
as you experience similar situations in the present,....or....
as you contemplate similar situations in the future.
Times when other people disappointed you - "let you down". Who?
When? What happened?
Recurring patterns in your life that never did or don't work for you now.
Feeling tense and stressed after being with, or thinking about, certain
people - (ESPECIALLY for events involving those close to you or with whom
you work, daily, to close the day "in the clear" and improve your
Not feeling free with respect to a particular person or persons.
Still feeling bad about someone who left you, died or
Are there certain life situations that bother you:-
"things" ..... allergies(?)
crime... land mines
certain kinds of
the people you believe are responsible for the above:
hospitals..... nurses..... midwives....
certain other races...
other political parties..... multinational corporations...
drug pushers.. arms
Religious traumas and spiritual abuse: -
Even "God" or Life itself (or at least your/their images of "God"
- "How could God allow that to happen?") Surprisingly, many examples
of this have been seen, even for people who have regarded themselves as
quite spiritual, or as dedicated church members or staff.
In the family - irritations about your:
about those with addictions infidelity,
Differences over Use of time money,
parenting methods authority
At work: -
shop, clinic , other
or resentment of
Education, your own or others:-
Problems or educational abuse
teachers , pre-school, primary, secondary,
Did you ever feel:
As a child: "You ought to have given me permission to...."
(leading to depression later on?) (who was it or is it now?)
"You ought to have approved of me and not hurt me...." (who
was it or is it now?)
As an adult: "You ought to have done x instead of y!" (who
was it or is it now?)
"Things that give me tension (politicians, noise, the nuclear
arms race, pollution, generalities....etc.) get at me so much I feel helpless
in the face of them."
or: "....they make me so angry!" (who was it or is it now?)
"You should agree with me!" (who was it or is it now?)
"You should see through the same hole in the strainer that I'm
looking through!" (not being able to tolerate those who differ from
you in their religion, politics, outlook on life or how to be healthy, etc.)
(who was it or is it now?)
"You should climb the mountain by the same path I'm using, (it
would be so good for you!)" (who was it or is it now?)
"If only you loved me you would know what I need and I wouldn't
have to tell you, you would just read my mind perfectly." (who was
it or is it now?)
"You don't love me any more, you......!" (who was it or is it
"You're trying to hurt me!" (who was it or is it now?)
"Can't you see what you're doing to me!"(who was it or is it now?)
"You make me feel bad!" (who was it or is it now?)
Do you find yourself saying/thinking metaphors like:-
"If only so-and-so would get off my back!" (who was it or is it
"It/you/they... make me sick and tired...angry...fed up..etc."
(who was it or is it now?)
"He/she/they...are a pain, (in the neck, butt, arse, etc....)"
(who was it or is it now?)
"I get all churned up when you/they/she/he do...." (who was it
or is it now?)
"I can't take, stand, or swallow that..." (who was it or is it
"I'm so pissed off that.." (who was it or is it now?)
"It eats me up that.." (who was it or is it now?)
"It's getting me down that..." (who was it or is it now?)
"People must know that..." (who was it or is it now?)
"People should....." (who was it or is it now?)
"My son/daughter/wife/husband/teacher/mother/father, etc., is/are a
problem to me. If only they would...... (who was it or is it now?)
"I'm broken-hearted about..." (who was it or is it now?)
"I'm so uptight about..." (who was it or is it now?)
"I can't get through to... there's a barrier between us"
(who was it or is it now?)
"My heart sinks when I hear that so-and-so is coming" (who was
it or is it now?)
"I prefer to avoid so-and-so" (who was it or is it now?)
Sentences with the words "should, ought, never, always..."
Another way you can find out who you need to forgive (and
whether you have completely forgiven someone after using the forgiveness
process), is to use the natural biofeedback your own body can give you.
Biofeedback instruments use the fact that the body changes its skin resistance,
muscle tone, brain waves, and skin surface temperature when different thoughts/images
pass through the mind and brain. Good results can also be obtained much
more simply and cheaply in practise using muscle response testing.
While it looks simple, this is actually quite sophisticated
and can give you a complete "read-out" of the forgiveness agenda
any particular body is carrying. If you are new to body-mind medicine or
if it seems too confusing to you, I suggest you do not get involved with
muscle response testing right now, at the beginning of your studies into
forgiveness. Just use the questionnaire method, above. But ... if you are
interested and willing enough to do some serious study into this area, it
is really fascinating and offers a wonderful tool for integrating body,
emotions, mind and soul.
The difficulty here on the website is that it is much easier
to demonstrate muscle response testing than to describe it satisfactorily
in words alone. I include it here, however as some of you may want to know
how to go further in this matter.
The power of an indicator muscle varies as you think of
certain people or situations. This is not new. People who are depressed
with negative thoughts have a characteristically slumped posture. Athletes
who are in personal crisis may not perform so well on that day. This phenomenon
can be used to give you a "read-out" of how much you are currently
blocking the flow of vital force (love, life energy, or goodwill energy
streams) with respect to various thoughts and memory-images, even if the
event(s) being recalled happened a long time ago. Your body can give
you much information about what is in your system, even if you are usually
unconscious of it.
Muscle Response testing is a valuable tool which can be
used to help clear the debris of past unhappiness and disappointment quickly
so that you no longer damage your body or relationships with unconsciously
held negative memory traces and mind-sets.
I must admit that in a Forgiveness workshop setting you
would more easily to be able to be coached in the skill of finding out how
images affect your energy and strength. You could experience directly the
effect upon your body of thinking critically of another (or yourself). You
could more easily see and experience how energy flows. You could see it
demonstrated how it is unloving and weakening to yourself
to harbour critical thoughts of yourself or another, how holding critical
thoughts of others or self diminishes your available energy,
as well as theirs. From these demonstrations we get a strong impression
of how harbouring a negative perception of oneself or another, in some way
actually reduces the flow of love and life energy available to you from
your inner Source, or Higher Self.
Is this a basic law of nature? Our ancestors chose the
words "negative" and "positive" to describe certain
mental attitudes and emotions. Why? "Negative" means "minus"
or subtracting. "Positive" means "plus" or adding. In
the same way that darkness is the absence of light, not an active something
to fear in its own right, what we call "hate" (or its milder euphemisms
like "resentment") may really be better understood as blocked,
subtracted, or insufficient love rather than an active negative force. Just
as light dispels darkness, a "positive" quality always displaces
a "negative" one.
You are invited to research muscle response testing for
yourself in the best of all laboratories, - yourself and your own life.
Have a person whom you trust do the "basic muscle
test". They will then test the variations in your deltoid muscle
strength - using the method shown in the Whole Life Endeavours workshops,
which was derived originally from the basic test described in Dr John Diamond's books "Your Body Doesn't Lie"
and "Life Energy", both of which I heartily
commend to you. The photograph below has been scanned from a page of my
well-used copy of "Your Body Doesn't Lie".
You will find that the strength in the test muscle varies
according to what the one being tested is thinking, wearing, looking at,
listening to, imagining, feeling, etc. Dr Diamond did a lot of research
into this, which was published in a series of newsletters and monographs.
This fact can be used diagnostically to heighten awareness of unconscious
processes and then therapeutically, to modify them. When used to work psychologically,
Diamond called this method "behavioural kinesiology". It was developed
from earlier forms of kinesiological testing, of which Touch for Health
originated by Dr.Thie, and Applied Kinesiology developed by Dr Goodheart
were two of the earliest. Educational Kinesiology is a later application,
developed to help people with their ability to learn. Transformational Kinesiology
is a subject being developed by some Danish investigators for applications
to spiritual development and healing.
What I have done is to apply this basic test to getting
a Forgiveness Agenda read-out off someone's physical body.
(Dr Diamond's books and monographs on many
interesting subjects related to Life Energy, Music, Creativity and Healing
are obtainable now from the Diamond Centre, PO Box 381, South Salem, NY
10590, USA. Tel: 914-533-2158, Fax: 914-533-2408).
1. To do this test to get the "forgiveness agenda"
you must first learn to test "in the clear". The person being
tested puts out their arm - usually the left one, horizontally outstretched
laterally from the shoulder, holds it strongly outstretched, and is neutral
in thought - not thinking of anything in particular. The tester presses
the arm down firmly and relatively briefly, so that the one being tested
resists and can feel the available strength in their deltoid muscle - the
muscle which lifts your arm out to your side (see picture above - download
time about 1-2 mins).
There are certain precautions needed when you use muscle
response testing. That is why I suggest you read the books by John Diamond,
and if possible find someone who teaches about kinesiological testing. Be
aware though that in some countries the word "kinesiology" is
also used by physiotherapists and similar professions to describe the science
of muscle movements in general - eg. human engineering for industry, sports
or office activities. I prefer to use the term muscle response testing (MRT)
because kinesiology is also used in these other contexts.
Make sure that you do it with the precautions needed to
ensure reliability - an open mind (no desire to get a particular result,
just natural curiosity as to what the result will turn out to be), no battery
operated watches, telephones, calculators etc., on your persons, no fluorescent
lights, no music, no recent sugar, drugs or alcohol intake, and do not look
into the face of the person being tested or make eye contact while you are
testing, etc.. Any of these can distort the test. I believe it is better
for the pair to not look at each other while the testing is being done,
for even facial expressions can affect the one being tested.
It is helpful then to test while the testee holds their
arm out as strongly as possible, and says "Yes"; and again after
a brief interval when s/he says "No". The most common (one might
call it the "normal") response is for there to be more strength
with "Yes" than "No". You can check it several times
until the testee and tester are happy that this is so. If this is so,
go on to Step 2. Note also how this gives the testee experience of how
their muscle strength actually does vary. Even though they try to exert
all their strength, the variation is outside their conscious control.
If this is not so, then there can be "switching"
present. A few people may show a weak response to both "Yes" and
"No", or a switched response, with "No" being stronger
then "Yes". I have observed that this occurs in people who grew
up in families where parents may have said only "No!", and "Yes"
was hardly ever heard; or where, in the family communication system "Yes"
may have often meant "No" or vice versa, which is very confusing
to a child. The neural structure which results makes relating to others
difficult later in life. One person who showed this pattern had trained
herself to smile and say "yes" when she meant "no" as
a professional helping "martyr" and was very stressed by the word
"yes". I find that if this kind of switching is present, then
adequate exploration of the issue can bring about a restoration of the "normal"
pattern in which the positive response "yes" adds energy and strength,
and the negative answer "no" subtracts it. Only when this has
been done can you proceed, yet even this small therapeutic manoeuvre can
have very beneficial effects in the person's life.
Once there is consistent and strong response for "Yes"
and a weaker response for "No", you can go on to Step 2. (Some
professional kinesiologists may use other methods to correct switching,
but for the purposes of the forgiveness agenda I have found this method
usually to be sufficient).
2. Thus you have discovered that the available strength
varies with what the one being tested is thinking about - at least if it
is a "yes" or a "no". Once you have mastered how to
do the test, you can now determine how the strength varies as the one being
tested says different statements. The body responds to the ideas and feelings
generated unconsciously either by weakening (a stressed, or "no"
response) or remaining strong (a non-stressed or "yes" response).
In fact, the absolute results of the test are not as essential for
forgiveness agenda testing as they might be when the test is used for other
purposes, for it is the variation in muscle strength as experienced by
the one being tested which gives the clues as to whom they need to forgive.
Also, the increase of strength found when the forgiveness process has been
successfully completed give clues as to how fully that has been accomplished.
Results can be plotted on a chart like the one below. I
put in the names of all the people the patient/client has mentioned to me
in their life story, or anyone else they want to be tested for. I use plus
(+) or minus (-) signs to indicate if the test was strong or weakened when
that individual was being tested for.
are with the Source of Life, our Higher Self,
our mother, our father, and our lower self. The quality
of all our other relationships depends upon our experiences with and beliefs
Test yourself as you say the following phrases:
1. "I love my mother" (note that if there is
a natural mother, adopting mother, foster mother or surrogate mother, etc.,
these may have to be tested for in turn)
"My mother loves me"
"I am open to receive love from my mother"
2. "I love my father"(note that if there is a
natural father, adopting father, foster father or sperm donor father, etc.,
these may have to be tested in turn)
"My father loves me"
"I am open to receive love from my father"
3. "I love my Higher Self"
(use the words Higher Self, Soul, Inner Self, Deep Self,
True Self, Essence....make sure that you use whatever is the right word
"My Higher Self loves me"
"I am open to receive love from my Higher Self".
4. "I love myself" (your everyday self)
If this is negative go on to test for
"I love my body".
"I love my emotional nature".
"I love my mind".
"I love what I do".
5. "I love God" (the Source of Life, the Ultimate
Source, Creator, or whatever word is right for you)
"God loves me"
"I am open to receive love from God"
Record the result of each test with a Plus (+) or Minus
(-) on the chart.
The importance of these tests is that a person with a stress
in any of the Primary Love Relationship Tests usually has unconscious anger/resentment
patterns that get activated in certain situations. The people with a large
amount of stress showing with these tests tend to choose negative pathways
in life more easily than the positive ones, thus sabotaging treatments for
illness, or other moves towards better health, life expression, or relationships.
Using the forgiveness process with respect to one's mother(s), father(s),
self, and "God" or the Source of Life heals this, but the tendency
to not complete the work keeps recurring until the Primary Love Relationships
have been healed. That is why I now believe this is one of the most important
physical signs in medicine.
I believe that a person with a decreased love flow in their
primary love relationships is more vulnerable to environmental factors as
well. Certain musical rhythms (hard rock) affect the brain rhythms and activate
unconscious anger in most people. This surfacing of unconscious anger and
destructive tendency may be one reason why violence or suicide appears to
be commoner in association with such music than in association with classical
It is a matter for more research for us to find out how
much inner strength and immunity a person can rebuild by healing the memory
traces shown up by negative results in the Primary Love Relationships circle.
We might think of ourselves as looking out on the world
through a "lens" made up of the circle of our primary love relationships
1. Our relationships to males and females, and to authority
figures in general, can be "coloured" by our experiences with
our father and mother respectively, and our responses to items 1 & 2.
2. Our relationship to our potential and latent talents
will be coloured by our responses to item 3 - our relationship to Higher
3. Our relationship to our bodies, minds, emotions, and
"what we do" will be coloured by our responses to item 4. "What
you do" can subdivided. A number of activities can be tested separately
- eg "I love being a....mother, secretary, singing, painting, running
a business....etc". Total exhaustion may mean that the person tests
weak for almost anything and rest and restoration of energy is vital. A
lot of resentment may mean that the person cannot put love into anything
they do, and forgiveness healing is vital. Testing weak for an occupation
the person is in always needs attention - does it mean that the person is
in the wrong occupation and needs to change it, or do they need to heal
their emotional negativity before deciding?
4. Our relationship to life, to churches, organisations,
authority, and much more will be coloured by our attitude to "God"
as shown in our responses to item 5.
5. Our "openness to receive" - our willingness
to allow good into our life has a relationship to our core beliefs about
whether we are loved by these primary figures, and our openness to receive
Ultimately these include all those of whom you are aware
(even at a distance) or have ever known. You can make a list down the left-hand
column of a series of pages, of all the significant people in your life
suggested in the list below, (and the names by which you called them, if
appropriate) and anyone else upon whom you wish to check your response (or
use the chart above). Record next to them the results of muscle testing,
using a plus + or minus - sign, (or if not able to use muscle testing, your
inner feelings and reaction) as you say for each one the statement: "I
love ....x.....". These can be summarised on the chart you are using
to record your findings. You are simply searching for those which stress
or weaken you.
For any that you test weak on, or feel a negative response,
recall and record the incidents that caused or still cause you discomfort.
Example: You may find that
on muscle testing, you discover a weak response, say, to "I love all
my teachers". This will often very shortly be followed by an awareness
of precisely who it was who disappointed you and towards whom you still
bear an unhealed memory trace. You can narrow the search down by using "I
love all my Primary school teachers". Then test for secondary school
and tertiary teachers. Then test specifically naming those you still resent.
Say you find three. Then you can recheck - "I love all the remaining
teachers". Your body will remember - if there is still another one
you will remain weak. If there are no more, you will become strong. Thus
you eventually obtain a complete list in any category by a process of locating
the area and then the people concerned.
In this way you develop a complete inventory of those against
whom you still feel hurt and offended.
There is no need to be concerned by thoughts like "Oh
my God, do I have so much work to do?" You can start to apply the Forgiveness
Process with any of them. Take easy ones first till you master the process.
Test after each process. If you have become strong, you may reasonably go
on to the next person. In this way you will complete the whole lot. As they
say in Africa "an ant can eat an elephant - one bite at a time".
And in China "the journey of a thousand miles begins with the first
step". Relax, take your time, keep at it until it is complete, then
you will reap the rewards.
If you do not test strong after doing a process, which
you will be learning about later, then some aspect of that forgiveness process
has not been done fully - it could be that just one step is incomplete.
Most often it is because some important incident has not been included,
some negative belief has not been unearthed, or some preference statement
has not been made in the correct manner. You will discover more about this
in the sections concerned with the processes. Nevertheless, this is excellent
progress, because even a partial forgiveness is better than none, and usually
soon after this discovery you find out what it was that still needs to be
done. I have seen people complete their forgiveness of another person by
doing the process several times - it was as if they could accept a certain
percentage of healing into their bodies each time. So - they just repeated
it until it became complete. Repetition is the mother of skill.
You actually learn more about the process of forgiveness
if you do not succeed absolutely perfectly the first few times. It was in
this way, through trial and error, that the processes were evolved - pieces
were added when someone's forgiveness was not able to be completed without
special attention to some detail. I would like to say that the process in
its present form has not failed now for several years when each of the steps
has been done adequately. Persistence is the key.
Another reason you may test weak after forgiveness of another
person is if there is something you need to forgive yourself about in relation
to that person. Therefore if you still test weak after you have finished
the forgiveness process towards another, and can find no other reason for
it, do the Self-forgiveness Process for any aspects of your own behaviour
towards that person or persons about which you still feel badly, or have
negative beliefs. Forgiveness of others and forgiveness of Self can weave
Proceed to do the Forgiveness Process for ALL incidents
you can recall where you felt hurt or disappointment, until you are clear.
Test the list again. Eventually you will have completed you whole agenda!
If you have completed your forgiveness agenda, the previously
stressed tests will all become strong. If not, search for other associated
incidents, or incidents with people like the person you are forgiving, and
process them. Record the date each one comes positive. Nurture yourself
along the way and congratulate and encourage yourself a lot. Such a record
can also be good to use to remind yourself, should you be tempted to take
the forgiveness back later when you feel badly about something, that you
do know how to free yourself of resentments and you can re-mind yourself
of your loving nature much more quickly.
Your work is completed when the tests for all the people
on your list becoming strong. Keep records of your progress, the dates the
different tests became positive, and how your life changes as you do this
work. Your emotions tell you when the flow of love is blocked, that is,
they are sensitive ; physical events in your body, in the meridians and
the nervous system also give you feedback through muscle testing or biofeedback
You are never out of relationship with anyone, even those
who have died physically, for their memory lives on in your conscious or
unconscious mind. The healing of memories is your responsibility, no one
else can do it for you.
Here is a suggested list of people for you to consider,
and become aware internally or muscle test for your response as you say
the words: "I love ...x....."
(Step- or surrogate parents:
adult (lecturers, professors)
"Pet Hates, or Enemies":-
Those who have abused you, physically,
emotionally, mentally, spiritually, or ritually:-
My...... (name body parts, face,
breasts, legs, hands, eyes):-
Organisations & groups:-
Government depts. in general
e.g. Accident Compensation Corporation, IRD, Insurance
companies...or specific personnel within them:-
Doctors, Nurses, Health professionals:-
Any others not mentioned in this list?:-
You will eventually realise that the Higher Self forgives
the "subpersonalities", the "parts" which were unskilled,
and brought one more or less unwittingly into error.
You can also notice that it is not necessary for someone
to have done something definitely "wrong" for the forgiveness
process to be applicable - only that what they did caused enough disappointment
to block the flow of love and life energy.
Notice you could group these individuals into roughly three
You may be able to see a pattern of having troubles with
one or two groups more than the other(s).
Love directed to those stronger than ourselves (authority
figures) has the qualities of reverence, (trust, confidence, gratitude,
and hero-worship); to those of equal strength, of the desire for mutual
help; to those weaker than us, of benevolence, (tenderness, compassion,
Hate in these directions is different in quality too -
namely fear, (treachery, vindictiveness, deceit, servility, cowardice, disobedience,
revolt, revenge) towards those stronger; desire for mutual injury, - (combativeness,
jealousy, insolence, aggressiveness, disrespect), between equals; scorn,
(harshness, cruelty, oppression) to those weaker.
Can you discern what your patterns have been? Are there
any connections you can make with your own childhood experiences of love
Nowadays there are many resources for exploring deep unconscious
process available to you. I personally have reservations about deep exploration
methods which bring up unconscious material too abruptly unless the person
knows how to move smoothly on to using a Forgiveness Process. You must also
bear in mind the controversies that have developed about the so-called "false
memory syndrome"and the difficulties of being sure that deeply buried
unconscious material which is brought to the surface by methods of psychological
exploration is "true" or not. My own experience in this area is
that such material can still be processed using the Forgiveness Process,
even so-called "past-life" material, and that this can be a very
healing experience for the person concerned. The healing of such "memory
traces" can be beneficial because for as long as they remain in the
unconscious they can still adversely affect the person's physiology and
life expression. We are all affected by the images we hold in our minds.
However I am unwilling to state categorically that such memory traces are
"true" in a legalistic sense. The forgiveness process is concerned
with healing you, not with proving someone else is guilty.
I believe that it is safest for you, if you plan to explore
your unconscious provided you do know beforehand how to do the Forgiveness
Process and are willing to apply it for any traumas that are brought to
light. I therefore usually coach a person in using the forgiveness process
before doing any deep exploration of the unconscious. Once the person
knows how to process traumatic material safely using the forgiveness process,
I have found it is then easier to access previously unconscious material
and easier to heal it.
If you cannot access deeply buried memories, and still
believe they are there and need to be accessed, there are the following
options open to you, and maybe others. [It can also be that the unconscious
mind is unwilling to release them or the conscious mind is unwilling or
unready to receive them. This must be respected. Sometimes the reason for
this can be elucidated using muscle testing, but that is specialised work
outside the scope of this programme].
1. It may be possible to forgive your parents and yourself
for "whatever it was before I can remember", and self-correct
blocked love flow that way.
2. It may be possible to discover what the root-event(s)
were by methods which involve regression, e.g. skilled hypnosis, Well Spring
Alignment to music, auditing, or rebirthing, although the memory traces
gained are rarely verifiable. Skill in disidentification learned from psychosynthesis
is a great help in this. Forgiveness is then used with the material gained.
3. It may also be possible to self-heal by using affirmations,
which are used to impress your unconscious with the desired thought form,
- repeatedly saying of "I love my Mother (Father, Self, Life)"
etc., starts to move the chosen psychological energies, even if you experience
your resistance to the words (the inner voice of "That's not true!")
at first. Saying or writing the affirmation repeatedly may also bring to
mind the incidents which need to be processed, and one's own inner responses
and resistances to owning the desirable belief. Books such as those by Dr.
Jerry Jampolsky, Louise Hay, Sondra Ray (and their source inspiration, The
Course in Miracles), have helped many people with this kind of task.
4. You may need to undergo some form of nurturing "Remothering
Experience" as outlined in John Diamond's monograph; "The Remothering
Experience - How to Totally Love". Skilled rebirthing, a Well Springs
Alignment to Music, a loving foot, head, or body massage, an experience
of a really unconditionally loving therapist or person in your life can
have a similar beneficial effect.
5. You may discover and set about doing that creative activity
which heightens your life energy more than any other (what John Diamond
has called your cantillatory activity. It could be singing, dancing, playing
music, painting, sculpture, building, photography, poetry, or whatever you
can put yourself "heart and soul" into). Then transpose this quality
of energy to other activities in your life. See the other works of Dr. Diamond,
- "The Life Energy in Music", "Life Energy Analysis - a way
to cantillation" etc.
You may well need to consult an experienced guide for this
deeper work, although you may be able to achieve it on your own. You have
a right to seek out experiences of Unconditional Love, to be creative and
to complete this Forgiveness work.
In most private consultations, and especially with someone
who has very low energy and low commitment, I often first try to enable
them to correct any meridian imbalances revealed by a negative thymus and
meridian tests as described in "Life Energy", by finding the appropriate
meridian affirmation. And/or, I search for the Bach or other Flower Essence
remedy which strengthens the negative Thymus test, and prescribe the appropriate
Exercise for Developing a Desired Quality, which the individual will do
for a week or so, as a first step. Muscle testing of meridians as described
in Dr John Diamond's book "Life Energy" can also offer clues to
the memory traces which are still affecting you adversely and which need
to be healed. The use of these and some other more advanced forms of muscle
testing will not be described on this website at this time - I may put a
page into the programme about these later.
Spiritual Healing, Esoteric Healing, or Prayer (depending
upon the cultural beliefs of the person) can also provide the needed lift
in Life Energy in a severely depleted person. I find that any or all of
these can at times be needed to lift the person's life energy sufficiently
to help them to make the decision to proceed and to make the forgiveness
But in a very committed person, simply doing the forgiveness
processes can lift their life energy enough and such preliminary corrections
may be unnecessary. This is the way I will perforce be working via this
Internet information programme, and here I must assume I am dealing with
pretty committed people (if you are willing to read through all this!).
Link here to go on to:
Emotional Health - feelings, and befriending the
so-called negative emotions
Link here to return to Forgiveness Programme - Contents
The Need for forgiveness and the
Purpose of using a Forgiveness Process
The Healing Journey
- truths and untruths
Getting your Forgiveness Agenda
Emotional Health - Feelings &
befriending the so-called negative emotions
Levels of the Self
The Will & the Mind
Higher Self and some thoughts
Patterns of Unconditional
Love in Action - The Goodwill Patterns
Link here to go to Role of Guide
and Guiding Skills
Link here to go to References
and Further Resources