Lesson 68: Love holds no grievances.

If I hold a grievance – the data – I have no idea who I am.

I can either come from love (inspiration) or fear (data). That’s it.

Holding a grievance – allowing the memories to replay – according to the Course, cuts me off from my Source.

In Ho’oponopono it is exactly the same. When a memory replays, the conscious mind (Uhane) is cut off from the super-conscious (Aumakua). That vital link to the Divinity is lost. And it is only through cleaning that I can reinstate the connection so I can keep receiving the memos from front office.

Grievances make me forget who I truly am. It is through forgiveness that I am able to remember. Once again the Course and Ho’oponopono are in complete alignment!

Today I will think about those against whom I seemingly hold a grievance, my ‘enemies’. Then I will think about people I care about and realise that they upset me too sometimes! There is no end to it.

I embrace equality enough to keep grievances against everyone at some level!

No matter whether I see each person as an enemy or a friend, I will today choose to see them all as benevolent and loving actors in my life. To each one, ‘good’ or ‘bad’, I will say:

“I would see you as my friend, that I may remember you are part of me and come to know myself.”

Today I will clean, clean, clean, that I might see myself as loving and loved, completely safe in the world.

If the data leads me into temptation, I will repeat the key words of Ho’oponopono:

I love you. I’m sorry. Forgive me. Thank you.

In short, I can either have a grievance or, I can be happy. I can’t have both.

Today I know which I will choose.“I love you, I’m sorry, Forgive me, Thank you.”