To complete your experience and completely remove it from your auric field so that you do not have to continue to repeat the experience, you may want to use to following six steps.
1. Allow all suppressed emotions to express on the Oversoul level
Place the person with whom you have issues above your head up into your Oversoul. Allow all parts of yourself that harbor unexpressed emotions, such as hurt, frustration, doubt, bitterness, and hatred to freely express these feelings. Allow these parts to yell, scream, hit, punch, or do whatever is necessary to the person in your Oversoul space. This relieves and removes the existing leftover energy from you and experientially passes it up to your Oversoul.
Ask your Oversoul to deliver your message, in whatever form that takes, to the other person’s Oversoul. Tell your Oversoul to ask his/her Oversoul to pass this message on to the individual in the appropriate way at the appropriate time. In this way, the person will receive the message in a way that he/she can actually “hear” as well as understand on some level of awareness.
2. Hear the other person’s side on the Oversoul level
After you have drained yourself of the existing emotions, you are now ready to hear the other person’s side of the story. Ask your Oversoul for a response from the other person via his/her Oversoul. Your Oversoul will pass this message on to you. Remember that you only communicate with your own Oversoul, never anyone else’s. Your Oversoul is the filter through which all communication passes so that you can “hear.”
3. Understand what he/she taught you
Objectively review what you learned from this person. Why did you allow this lesson in your life? What part of you needed the balance that this person brought to your life? Nothing can happen unless there is some level that attracts and allows an experience.
4. Thank the person for taking the time to teach you
On the Oversoul level, thank the person for taking the time to teach you. Understand that he/she is busy with his/her own work. He/she took time to stop long enough on his/her journey to be a part of your play so that you could learn about yourself.
5. Forgive him/her
Use the following affirmation:
I forgive you for all that you did to me, both consciously and unconsciously.
If you cannot say this and mean it, then you need to go back to Step#1, as most likely you are still harboring negative emotions toward that person. These emotions will never harm the other person, only yourself. Continue to repeat the steps until you can say the above affirmation and actually mean it. (cont’d)