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The 40-day Forgiveness Meditation is
between two people: you and someone who’s hurt you, or you and someone you’ve hurt.
It is a profound and powerful meditation that cured a man of a
terminal illness. It can help you. It can help you to release the anger and
bitterness you feel if someone has hurt you. It can help you to release the
remorse and guilt you feel if you’ve hurt someone else. Hello, it’s Chapman, author of Have Your Hearts Desire. In a moment, discover how to manifest the miracle of the 40 Day Forgiveness Meditation. Even among the best of friends, there’s
an occasional squabble. Among loved ones, someone sometimes gets stepped on. Someone’s territory may get invaded.
Someone may be abandoned. It may or may not be intentional. Nonetheless, being
abandoned hurts, just the same. It’s these hurts, even when they’re long over, that can fester
within us like an open wound. We may be shattered by something someone did to us. We may also be shattered by something we did to someone else. This
wonderful 40-day Forgiveness Meditation helps in both situations. It was created
by J. Evertt Irion who worked at the psychic Edgar Cayce’s A.R.E. headquarters in Virginia Beach, Virginia. He also created the 40-day Manifestation
Meditation. Years ago, I used to visit Everett for individual mentoring
sessions. Many people came to Everett for personal development, dream
interpretation, and spiritual awakening. One day, this man, who was from out of town, came to see Everett, and he told Everett that he needed help, because he had a
terminal illness, and he’d been given only six months to live. The problem was that he knew that when he died, he was going to go to hell. So,
Everett said, “Why?” and the man said, “Because I treated my wife so badly.”
So Everett said, “You know, why don’t you just go to her and ask her for her forgiveness?” The man said, “Can’t do it. She’s passed on.” Hmm,
what to do? So Evertt said, “You know, I get a lot of guidance in my dreams. I want to
help you. I’m going to see if I can get something in my dreams tonight. Come back tomorrow.” Everett was like that. So, the man came back the next day, and
that night in his dreams, Everett got the 40-day Forgiveness
Meditation, and he gave it to the man. Now, a year later the man came back. Now remember,, this man had only six months to live, and he was still alive 12 months
later. And the man said to Everett, “You cured me!” Everett said, “Uh ah,
it wasn’t me. You cured yourself by healing the conflict within you.” The 40-day Forgiveness Meditation is in two parts: one, for the person who hurt you, or who
you hurt, and one for yourself. Both parts are exactly the same and contain
three sentences. So let’s start with Part Number One which is for the person
that hurt you or that you hurt. Person’s name, this prayer or meditation or
affirmation – use whatever word works for you – is to you. Thank you,
person’s name, for all you have done to me. Forgive me, person’s name, for all I
have done to you. Part Two is for you. Your name, this
prayer or meditation or affirmation, is to you. Thank you,
your name, for all you have done to me. Forgive me, your name, for all I have done
to you. So this is how it looks all put together.
I’m going to use an example that helped a woman that was badly injured in an
escalator accident. Person who shoved me on the escalator, this prayer is to you.
Thank you, the person who shoved me on the escalator, for all you have done to
me. Forgive me, the person who shoved me on the
escalator, for all I have done to you. I don’t remember the woman’s middle name. However, Everett suggests, for this meditation to work best, that you use the
middle, or unused, name. So, therefore, for Part Two, I’m going to use my own middle
name. Anne, this prayer is to you. Thank you, Anne, for all you have done to me. Forgive
me, Anne, for all I have done to you. I encourage you to try these 40-day
meditations. Whether you call them meditations, affirmations, or prayers,
please say them with mindfulness. That’s why I call them meditations, mindful
meditations. Like the 40-day Manifestation Meditation, you say the 40-day
Forgiveness Meditation for 40 days, and if you miss a day, you’ve got to start
over again. If you haven’t registered to receive my videos yet, please fill in the
form down below with your name and email address. I will answer the questions: 1. Why the middle name? 2. Why 40 days? 3. Can I do two of the meditations at the same time? This is Carol Chapman, author of Have Your Heart’s Desire. you

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