Miracles are part of an interlocking chain of forgiveness which, when completed, is the Atonement. (T-1.I.25:1)

The purpose of Atonement is to dispel illusions (cause then to vanish), not to establish them as real and then forgive them. (forgiveness-to-destroy) (T-13.X.6:6)

Are we willing to have our illusions vanish? Not one, not two, but all of them?

Illusions are investments. They will last as long as you value them. Values are relative, but they are powerful because they are mental judgments. The only way to dispel illusions (cause them to vanish) is to withdraw all investment from them, and they will have no life for you because you will have put them out of your mind. (T-7.VII.4:1-4)

Forgiveness is the process of learning to dispel our illusions by withdrawing our belief in them. That is the correction, or the miracle. At the same time we want to deal with our unbelief by affirming the truth. In the “beginning” we denied truth. This resulted in miscreations, the illusion. We then chose to believe it was real and put our faith (the power of wanting) in it, valued it.

Forgiveness is therefore any thought of truth coupled with the desire to dispel illusions.

The Holy Spirit is the great Deprogrammer. He knows the code. He knows how to deprogram us. He will tell us what to do, say, and think. He knows how everything is wired up and what would best support each of us, where we are at in the process. Every night for a year I paced the floor for an hour repeating, “I am mind.” To this day I have no idea the purpose, but the Holy Spirit told me to do it, so I did. The words or actions the Holy Spirit gives us are part of the forgiveness process, the undoing process and that is salvation.