I have been extremely happy and enjoying the prep for the holidays. So I was totally surprised last night, when I said “Merry Christmas” to a stranger walking past and nearly burst into tears.
I had recently recognized that I had stopped saying Merry Christmas and was only saying “Happy Holidays!”
The reason I had switched, was because I knew subconsciously that “Merry Christmas” had been subliminally connected to my sister’s death in 2005.
The first Christmas after my sister’s death, I was in such a negative space that I even wrote a song called “Merry Effing Christmas!” Lol. We were all miserable, and no one felt in the holiday spirit.
My sister died 15 years ago, and here I was still having problems with saying the words Merry Christmas, yesterday!
Lucky for me, I have the Full Court of Atonement to help me remove those negative associations.
I used the magic of alignment phrasing to remove the detrimental links to the words “Merry Christmas.”
In the statement below, I went on to clear and bless other holidays. But I do not know them all, so I left you a blank to fill in the names of your cultural holidays.
I, _______ place myself, _________ into a Full Court of Atonement with each and every level of conscious, God, and my guides. I bring in the entirety of my family lineages for the purpose of correcting any and all areas of dissension about or around the holidays.
I ask to purify and sanctify the words “Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas, Happy New Year, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Kwanzaa, Happy Thanksgiving, Happy Easter, Happy Valentines Day, __________. (4th of July, St. Patrick’s day. Keep naming them)
I, _______ place each and every level of my consciousness God and my guides into a Full Court of Atonement for the purpose of correcting all the reasons behind the dissension and I ask to create Joy and elation around the holidays.
I ask myself to create openness and willingness to fully enjoy the holidays.
You may wish to repeat those a few times. Also, use them for friends and relatives who might be suffering through another holiday season.