“Forgiveness is something that all of you would do well to embrace. Forgiveness means letting go of judgment, plain and simple. You can forgive yourselves, you can forgive others, you can forgive your governments, you can forgive the mass murderers, the genocidal leaders. You can forgive them all because doing so frees you from holding on to the weight of their judgment.
If you look at it as though every single individual, including yourself, that you judge you place in a type of prison cell and then you realize that you are carrying those prisoners in those prison cells around with you, you can see just how important it is to release your prisoners, release your judgments, release the burden of having to hold the higher moral ground, or of having to be perfect, or having to be only offering love and light all the time, because none of you have done this. So you might as well let go of that need for anyone else, including yourselves, to be a perfect moral example of what a human being can and should be.
Instead, embrace the messiness that is this world where you live. Embrace all that have been on your world and that exist on your world as being your equals and your partners in co-creation. Realize that you have also played the role of the villain many times, and that as you release your judgment of someone you are witnessing in this world, in this lifetime, you are also releasing the judgment of yourself in that other incarnation where you did something very similar to what they are doing.
Forgiveness is the recognition that you are all Source, that you are all innocent, that you are all here for the experience that this world has to offer. And some of those experiences are not so fun, but you wanted them, you needed them. You knew that they would help complete the puzzle that is you. And so you chose certain experiences that necessitated that others play that role of villain for you. And now you get to play the role of the one who offers forgiveness and releases judgment. And that is a beautiful thing and wonderful feeling, and we invite you all to partake in it.
We are The Hathors. We thank you, and we wish you a fond good day.”