Why God will never forgive you

The reason why God will never forgive you can be found in A Course in Miracles, Lesson 46 sentence 1:

God does not forgive because He has never condemned.”

Simple as that.

You can stop reading now if you want to.

Let’s face it, if this doesn’t make you feel better, I don’t know what will.

It’s a shame we can’t live like this down here.

And there are no exceptions to this for ‘… God has no exceptions’ (Lesson 47).

No matter what you have done – or not done, Divinity remembers that at your true core – your Self (what the Hawaiians call your Aumakua, the superconscious mind) rather than your self (the Uhane or conscious mind) – you are 100% perfect.

After all, if we can agree that Divinity is perfect and that Divinity created you in its image, it must follow that you are perfect as well.

But if that’s the case, what now of all the chaos going on the world?

Children killing children?


Theft and stealing?

Well, in Ho’oponopono there’s only one thing it can be: the data!

You are perfect, just like everyone else, but you came into this world with baggage – data and memories – that go all the way back to the beginning of creation.

Stuff you aren’t even aware of is contributing positively or negatively to your life experience moment-by-moment.

This means that if you’re aware of the war in the Ukraine, at some level you helped create it. It may be something you said or did several lifetimes ago. It’s impossible to know.

But, at some point we both played our part in bringing it to fruition – along with millions of other people.

We aren’t to blame. We don’t need to be forgiven. But we are responsible.

And the only way to get out of the mess is to clean.

Here in the UK, the murder of Brianna Ghey has captured the headlines once again now that her killers have been jailed.

In Ho’oponopono I’m not to blame for her death. I don’t need to be forgiven. But I am in part responsible – along with everyone else who is aware of what’s happened.

On a less extreme note, because I am aware of something called back pain… I helped create it. Only God knows when. But because it’s part of my experience, I need to take responsibility.

It doesn’t matter that I don’t have a bad back. The fact that I’m aware of people who do means I also have it at some level, it just doesn’t manifest in a way that causes me problems.

As ˋIhaleakalā would say:

Have you ever noticed that whenever there’s a problem, there you are?

And he’s right!

So whilst Divinity has never condemned you for your unknown part in the various challenges and problems of the world, He has given you another chance to do something about it!

As we learned in an earlier, blog, “Your passage through time and space is not at random…” (ACIM Lesson 42). You and I are here because Divinity has given us another chance to clean – to finally release the memories and data that are causing the problems. He resurrected us to give us the opportunity to take responsibility.

But will we use it?

It doesn’t matter where on the ‘scale of severity’ the problem is. It is either a problem or it isn’t.

And through the cleaning we can do something about it.

We can release the data by using the key cleaning words of Ho’oponopono:

“I love you. I’m sorry. Please forgive me. Thank you.”

Or just say ‘I love you’ over and over and over again until it becomes second nature – because it is our second nature!

The cleaning brings together the three aspects of your being – the Aumakua, Uhane and the Unihipili (subconscious mind).

Working as a unit of one, the Uhane decides to take 100% responsibility and start the cleaning process by repeating the key cleaning words of Ho’oponopono.

The Unihipili then searches through the memories replaying in the subconscious for those that need cleaning in the moment and sends them to the Aumakua.

Because the Aumakua is the ‘God spark’ within you, it is able to amend the petition sent from the Unihipili as appropriate and send it on to the Divine Creator.

Divinity takes it from there and sends healing that flows through the Aumakua, down to the Uhane and then to the Unihipili where the memories are transmuted to void.

And you are free! And so are the memories.

And best of all, what is released from one of us is released from all of us! If only there wasn’t so much cleaning to do!

But… God doesn’t mind if we do the cleaning or not. He loves us unconditionally just the same.

But He always holds out for us the opportunity to do something remarkable, to clean, erase, erase the data that is holding us back.

The data that triggers us when someone says or does something we don’t like.

The data that incessantly asks questions when it hasn’t a hope in hell of understanding what’s really going on.

The data that only wants to keep you in hell as long as possible.

But I say ‘to hell with the data!’. I’m gonna clean that data to death!

And so whilst God will not forgive me for my incorrect perceptions as She doesn’t need to, He will free me from them if I will only ask Her to do so.

Time to clean!