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TAO/MITAKUWE OYAS'IN  Vol. 2 (June-July 2006 Issue) 


From Denean:  Keys to Forgiveness Part I

Affirmation Prayer

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Keys to Forgiveness Part I


So many times we say we want to forgive, but the truth is we may be more invested in holding on to our emotional judgment than in letting go.  The instant we become angry, we have allowed the principle of darkness into ourselves.  As human beings, we all have our moments of anger.  But the real problem occurs when we continue to indulge in these emotions, considering them harmless and inviting...and finding a sort of “delight” in our indulgence.  We may think that by such dallying we will come to no harm, so we do not consider it dangerous.

It is because we do not consider it dangerous that we yield to temptation and lend it power.  If we resisted the temptation to indulge from the start, the darkness of negative emotion could never gain such influence.

By our indulgence, the darkness grows in its momentum within our mind, body and emotion, darkening the light within.  It casts its shadow over our clarity, leaving us in ever deeper states of mental/emotional disturbance and confusion. Thus peace and innocence are lost to us.

So when we find ourselves in such a state, how do we make our way back to the peace that was lost?


May The Following Keys Open 

Portals of Clarity and Blessing For You:   


KEY #1: Recognizing And Owning The Need To Forgive


First of all, we must recognize and “own” our need to forgive…we must “own” our anger toward the person or situation and truly be willing to do what it takes to find inner peace.



KEY #2: Responsibility For Your Part


Underneath the anger toward another is always anger toward self.  We will recognize this the moment we begin to take responsibility for our part in the situation.  “Responsibility” here is not about guilt, fault, or blame.  It simply means we took part…we were there…it happened…or we took certain actions, made certain decisions, etc. that led to an outcome.



KEY #3:  Acceptance


We must accept “what is”.  We must put aside all desire for what we want a situation to be…or fear of what it is not.  It’s simply a matter of looking at reality and accepting it.

Acceptance is one of the most important keys to forgiveness.  With anger, there is always resistance.  We put up great resistance in order to block ourselves from looking at the truth, because the truth is not always “comfortable”.


There is a particular area of acceptance that is critical and that is the issue of injustice.  Injustices happen…and sometimes there is simply nothing we can do to change it.  The only thing we have control over is our response to it.  We can take the appropriate actions that are within our means, but sometimes the “powers that be” are just too great to struggle with.  It serves no purpose other than to exhaust our energy and perpetuate states of inner conflict.  So after taking whatever appropriate actions you can, there comes a time to just accept that it has happened and give up the need for “emotional justice”.  (Emotional justice is not really justice…it is really  the need to get back or get even).


Sitting in silence and opening your heart to such acceptance can be quite “uncomfortable” and can certainly put a magnifying glass on the very thing you need to release!


KEY #4:  Commitment to Yourself (Willingness to Forgive)


You might ask yourself...“What is the pay-off for holding on to this anger?  Do I get to be right?  Do I get to make them wrong?  Stop and look at the disturbance this creates in your mental, emotional, spiritual and physical body…and in your life experience.  Is it worth it?

If the answer is no, then you may come to a place to say,  “OK, I want to forgive.  I am willing to forgive…but I don’t know how to forgive.”


The following exercise may help if you do this from a place of utmost sincerity:


Stand in front of a mirror. 

Place your hand on your throat and look deeply into your own eyes. 

Affirm out loud to yourself several times;

“I am willing to forgive____________." 

"I am willing to forgive myself."

"I am willing to let this go completely." 

"I am willing to heal.”


Remember, this is a commitment you are making to yourself…no one else.  This can be a most healing and revealing exercise if done from a place of truth and humility.  I encourage you to spend some time contemplating the subtle and deeper meanings of these keys…


In the next issue we will explore Part II of "Keys to Forgiveness", including a section called “Preventive Medicine”


   Find some quiet time to create inner

“sacred space” for yourself.     

Soft music can help…Breath of Angels perhaps,

if you already have it. 

Calm your mind, relax your body, and connect your being to God as you understand it. 

From this place, align your soul with its Source.

You can use the following prayer of affirmation to assist you in your process of healing and forgiveness.


Affirmation Prayer


I am that I am.

Be still and know that I am God.

I am that I am.

Be still and know that I am God.

I know now that the very breath of life within me is the presence of God animating my being.

Not only is God in me…I am in God.

I am the unique expression of God as (your name).

I now release all that would obstruct me from forgiving.

 I accept fully all that I need in my understanding of true forgiveness,

that I may know peace.

I accept fully now my Divine Nature

and allow it to fill my consciousness with unconditional love…

I am healed…I am whole…and I give thanks.

Being one with the Divine Presence, I AM the very clarity I seek.

I am that I am.

Be still and know that I am God.

I am that I am.

Be still and know that I am God.

It is so.


Mitakuwe Oyas’in

(Translation: All of my relations included)




Health and Healing News:  Laughter Truly Is The Best Medicine!


I am part of a healing group of four.  We do not advertise, nor is this news intended as a means of advertisement.  However, some information was revealed to us through Spirit that I felt was important to share with you here.  In recent months we asked the following question; 


"What really causes cancer…and why does the immune system seem to ignore it?"


This is my interpretation of the response we received from the realm of Spirit:


Cancer is generated by an oxidation process in the body caused by too much heat (fire).  Cancer cells have a protein lining the same as normal healthy cells.  With this lining in place, the immune system views them as healthy (cancer) cells.  It is endorphins that use up this protein.  When the protein is not there, the immune system can recognize the cancer cells and actually take care of them quite easily.  The point is that the immune system must recognize the cancer cells for what they are in order to do its job.  Therefore, you can see how negative emotions and stress can enhance the growth of cancer cells by restricting the production of endorphins.  (Negative emotions however, are not the original cause of the cancer.)


Exercise, laughter, activities that bring pleasure and joy increase the production of endorphins in the body, thereby promoting healing.  So laughter truly is the best medicine!


(This is a message from Spirit and is not intended as medical advice.)



My Current News:


From June 1 to June 14, 2006 my staff and I will be on a spiritual sabbatical for Native American ceremony and ritual.  (There will also be some dates in July which will be announced on my website closer to that time.)  You and your friends or relations are invited to leave any prayer requests in the “Prayer Requests” section of my website (you can go to the form by clicking on the button below).  Please know that your prayers will be taken into the circle of this most sacred ceremony to be released there.  Your requests will also be remembered daily.  Hold an attitude of faith that your prayers are heard and are being answered now. 

Thank you for your continued support of this website as a vehicle to nourish the spirit of the people.

Mitakuwe Oyas’in (Translated "All My Relations Included"),

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