Updated: Mar 8
The Court of Atonement is a spiritual healing modality based on the principle that our Souls are much more expansive than we are. Our souls can be in many places at once.
Even when we are in conflict with others in our everyday life, our soul remains neutral, free of negative emotions, and unbothered by the human condition.
When we use the Full Court of Atonement, we are request that the souls meet in a sacred space and discuss the problems between them. Once they understand why things happen, the relief will soon be felt in our nervous system and things that used to upset us, stop triggering a response from us.
Below is a simple explanation of the five steps to using the Full Court of Atonement.
1. Always start with your name.
Our names are the power generator gives us access to the Full Court of Atonement. Without using the name, it will not work! Our names are mandatory every time!
2. Use the words “Full Court of Atonement!”
We have to say the words “Full Court of Atonement” each time we intend to use it. You must ask for what you want in life, never assume that God, divinity, the angels, or even the Full Court of Atonement, understand what you are asking for… Spell it out in easy-to-understand wording.
3. Name the Target.
The target is who or what you want to resolve. Who are you bringing in? Think about the person you intend to work with and use as much of their name as you can.
If you do not know their name, describe your connection to the person just as you would describe them to a friend. “I bring in the person I met at the party at my sister’s house.” “The guy who stole my jacket.” “The judge, I will be standing in front of next Tuesday.”
Better yet, if you have a photo of the person, you can look at the photo while you make the statement. (a photo is the strongest connection besides looking right at them while you say it.). Remember, social media gives us access to photos of people!
4. State what are you asking for.
A. “I ask to resolve all conflicts between us.” B. “For the purpose of earning more money.”
5. Request desired outcome
Request your desired outcome in the most positive wording you can muster.
“I ask to have our timelines analyzed and correct all conflicts between us.” “I ask to create compatibility and camaraderie between us.” “I ask for divine intervention, and divine right actions for the highest and best results ask us to make amends. I ask for positive resolution of this situation.
I, _______ place myself, _______
a Full Court of Atonement
I bring in, ______________
For the purpose of, __________
I ask for positive resolution. (Or I ask for, ________.)
Basic statement: I, _______ place myself, ______ into a Full Court of Atonement with, ________ I ask to have our timelines analyzed. I ask to correct any and all conflicts between us at their points of origin. Next is the wording to resolve a conflict between other people. I, ________ place, ________ into a Full Court of Atonement with, ________ . I ask to have their timelines analyzed. I ask to correct any and all conflicts between them at their points of origin. You can add as many people as you like. You can make the statements one after the other, you do not need to wait. You only need to say a Full Court of Atonement once, but you may say it as often as you like.
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PS Having a strong connection to your name is important, you can check out this video to help strengthen your connection with your name.