Mirror, Mirror…Karma and Revalida THE ONENESS RESTORATION PROCESS

I suggested to a friend who was always fighting with her mother—what if she was you in a past life?

"No way! I am not like her!"

 

The hardest reflection to accept

is the reflection of WHO YOU ONCE WERE

 

Let's say you are a perennial latecomer at work.  One day you decide to lead a new life and come to work bright and early!  And so you did.  New life!

A week later, a colleague starts coming to work late, and you get so peeved.   Why would you get peeved?

Because the hardest reflection to accept is the reflection of WHO YOU ONCE WERE.

It is a phenomenon, and it begins with—

"I want to change.  I am tired of committing mistakes."

I finally take a leap and make the change.  Here I am!  The new and improved ME.


THE FIRM RESOLVE
to change can happen now, in a past life or in between lifetimes.

Here’s the new ME—oh yes!   But what happened to old me?  Where did it go?

Nothing is lost in this Cosmos.  Old me will stick around.   It will become part of all the "me’s" I rejected.   And that "me" will keep on tapping my shoulder to get my attention, and remind me it still exists—worse, it will reappear before me.


THE MIRROR
The rejected me will reappear—in the form of my mother, my perennially late office mate, the woman who stole my husband or the fellow who cheated me in business—until such time I accept the me I rejected!

There is a remedy.  FORGIVENESS.  Let me explain why forgiveness is important.


PAST LIVES, KARMA & REVALIDA

Let’s say, John raped Jack’s daughter.

In a past life, Jack did the same thing.  He raped someone else’s daughter and was sent to prison.  Before he died, he felt sorry for the rape he committed and made a firm resolve, “I will never ever rape anyone again.”

Making a firm resolve will not dissolve karma.  Something else needs to happen before karma is dissolved.

Before returning to Earth, Jack asks a favor from a friendly soul named John.

“John, I raped someone and I need your help to dissolve my karma.  Can you do me a big favor and rape my daughter in this life to come?”

John agreed, and the rape happens as planned to Jack’s daughter.  John was sent to jail.

One day,  Jack visited John in jail and forgave him.

DISSOLUTION OF KARMA THROUGH FORGIVENESS
It is only when Jack forgives John that:

  • Jack will be able to forgive himself for the rape he had committed in a past life
  • Jack’s karma will dissolve

The entire process is a REVALIDA.

REVALIDA is an an examination administered

at the end of an academic term to assess one's skills and knowledge

 

2 STEPS IN THE REVALIDA PROCESS

STEPS 
1 - I review my life and make a firm resolve:  I WILL NEVER GO BACK TO MY OLD WAYS—both petty and gruesome things I have committed in this life or in past lives.

2 - The REVALIDA PROCESS begins.   A mirror image of who I once was will appear in the form of my mother, my perennially late office mate, the woman who stole my husband or the fellow who cheated me in business to help me re-validate.

"Are you sure you do not like THIS?  Are you sure you will not go back to your old ways?”

No, I will never be THAT again!


REALIZATIONS
There is a two-fold meaning to the image in the mirror:

  • The mirror image of who I once was is part of the revalidation  process I need to go through
  • It is time to forgive who I was and rejected

After realizing the person I hate is a mirror image of who I once was—

Will I not hug and thank the soul who agreed to be my mother, my office mate, the woman who stole my husband, and the fellow who cheated me in business?

Can I find it in me to FORGIVE this person who is a mirror image of who I once was?

Can I find it in me to FORGIVE myself?

When I learned the process of REVALIDA and began forgiving mirror images of who I once was, my life changed from strife and struggle to Peace and Joy.


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