Cathars was in a region in southern France that consisted of a gentle group of heretics who called themselves the Peaceful Ones. In the early 1200’s tens of thousands of them were distinguished for their beliefs and because they didn’t have allegiance with the Roman Catholic Church. They believed to have a lost gospel called the Holy Book of Love that was attributed to Jesus who gave it to John the Divine. This was their secret teaching that was finally given up through torture. Hundreds and thousands of Cathars were killed in a mass murder.
Its contents were a secret skill (symbolized by the Templar skull) said to grant one the ability to control the forces of nature and to transform ordinary human blood into that of the wise, holy and pure blood. Maybe it was the precursor to simple meditation. The practice was equated with the Holy Grail; meaning that the human transforming themselves to the divine WAS the holy Grail. Maybe this is why the skull and crossbones is so popular. It is a spiritual symbol of transcendence to many; maybe on an unconscious level.
I did not know the history of Cathars but I had the memory of being there during a huge ritual where all the priests and priestesses were given the choice to either renounce their beliefs or be burned a live in a huge fire. We had the ability to assist others in leaving the body. So I and a few of the more adept members assisted those who walked into the fire by puling them out of their human body so they did not have to feel excruciating pain in passing.
There was a heaviness to the process though. As each priest and priestess went into the fire, their human burden was passed back to the rest to carry. This was the process. As the masses went into the fire, the burden because heavier and heavier as there were less and less of us to carry it and no time to process it. It took incredible concentration, clarity and conviction to maintain the burden that was being passed back.
I was the last one to go into the fire. I was carrying the load for the group. All of them were able to leave the body and cross over pretty effortlessly thanks to the skills of those remaining. Here I was. The last to go. There was no one left to assist me out of the human body and to cross over. I went into the fire carrying the incredible burden. It was burned or melded into me as if it was my own. It may be why I have had most difficult experiences.
Here are some taps:
Say each statement out-loud three times while continuously tapping on the top of your head, and say it a fourth time while continuously tapping on your chest.
Don’t skip any because you don’t think they apply to you. The ones you want to skip are the ones you need to do.
“I release the trauma of being martyred in all moments.”
“I release the guilt and trauma of renouncing my beliefs; in all moments.”
“I release being persecuted; in all moments.”
“I release defining authority as persecution; in all moments.”
“I recant all vows and agreements between myself and the Roman Catholic Church; in all moments.”
“I remove all curses between myself and the Roman Catholic Church; in all moments.”
“I release my fear of the Roman Catholic Church; in all moments.”
“I dissolve all karmic ties between myself and the Roman Catholic Church; in all moments.”
“I remove all the pain, burden and limitations that the Roman Catholic Church has put on me, in all moments.”
“I take back all the Joy, Love, Abundance, Freedom, Health, Success, Security, Companionship, Peace, Life and Wholeness that the Roman Catholic Church has taken from me; in all moments.”
“I remove all of the Roman Catholic Church from my Sound frequency; in all moments.”
“I remove all of the Roman Catholic Church from my Light Body; in all moments.”
“I shift my paradigm from the Roman Catholic Church to Joy, Love, Abundance, Freedom, Health, Success, Security, Companionship, Peace, Life and Wholeness; in all moments.”
Religion should feel good and uplifting. Unfortunately, if it does not, there may be freedom in releasing being subjugated by it, so one can benefit from the true purpose of religion; to be free and closer to God. The way shouldn’t matter as much as the results. It would be silly to expect people who have had similar experiences in Cathars to mine, to be good Catholics. To have them try to be, may be expecting too much from them.