This ancient blessing was created in the Nahuatl language, spoken in Mexico. It deals with forgiveness, affection, non-attachment and liberation.
′′I release my partner from the obligation to complete me. I release my parents from the feeling they failed with me. I release my children from the need to bring me pride, so they can write their own paths to the rhythm of their hearts, as it whispers in their ear.
I don’t lack anything, I learn from all beings, all the time.
Thanking my grandparents and ancestors who came together to allow me to be alive and follow my path today. I release them from past failures and unfulfilled desires, knowing they have done their best to travel their way of living with their standard of consciousness.
I strip my soul before their eyes that’s why they know I don’t hide or owe anything.I must be faithful to myself more than ever by walking with heart wisdom, I know that I am fulfilling my life project, free from family loyalties that can disrupt my peace and happiness, this non-attchment is my responsibility.
I surrender the role of the savior, to be the one who unites or meets the expectations of others.
I cherish my essence, my way of expressing it, even if not everyone can understand me. I honor you, I love you and recognize you innocent. I honor the divinity in me and you…
We are free.”
The Nahuas are a group of the indigenous people of Mexico, El Salvador, Honduras, and Nicaragua. The Nahuas comprise the largest indigenous group in Mexico and second largest group in El Salvador. The Aztecs were of Nahua ethnicity, and the Toltecs are often thought to have been as well, though in the pre-Columbian period Nahuas were subdivided into many groups that did not necessarily share a common identity.