I get an email daily from IVillage- Daily Feng Shui by Ellen Whitehurst. I am passing along the Feng Shui “cure” she offered to assist in one of life’s most difficult assignments- forgiving others. The Feng Shui tips are enjoyable, easily used and address a host of issues. Of course, keeping a clutter free home and office helps as well!
While there were only a few folks I had stubbornly REFUSED to forgive. I used this process to see my way THROUGH! Not only does it work-it works WELL. I actually used ALL of the names I needed to, just made sure the honey covered them all. I also spoke to each person, every evening for 9 days. If you are in tune with yourself, you will actually FEEL your spirit lighten, lift and the negative energy released. Thanks for reading and please do use! I LOVE THIS One Time Process! WhooHOOOO!
Posted July 7, 2011
by Ellen Whitehurst
I’m sorry, did someone just say that it’s ‘Global Forgiveness Day?’ That makes this a perfect day to get some of that anger out of your liver and into an apology. But what if you can’t connect with the person on the other side of the offense so that you can apologize face-to-face?
On a plain white piece of paper using a green ink pen, write the name of that person on the paper and fold it in four. Then put the paper inside a glass or crystal (never plastic) receptacle that has a lid, like a glass jar. Cover the paper completely with honey and then seal the lid.
For nine consecutive nights, light a white candle close to or placed on top of the container. Spend some time silently speaking your heart while offering forgiveness to the person whose name is inside that jar. On the ninth day, allow the candle to fully burn down and then place what’s left of both the candle and the jar into a brown paper bag. Dispose of this bag somewhere outside of the house, and wait.
It won’t be long before an improbable opportunity arises that allows you to clear the air. Then you can breathe again! Love might mean never having to say you’re sorry, but this cure kicks that up a notch and allows you to say it in your heart. Soon enough it will be swelling with forgiveness and love restored.
Michelle D. Smith is a visionary and spiritual gladiator seeking to share awareness with many. She is a published author who writes a relationship column for Black Refer.com.The different niches for each site allow her to reach a variety of people to amuse, entertain and inspire.
Her self published book, My Life As A Mermaid was selected for inclusion in the Baltimore County Public Library's Local Author collection!