What is Spiritual Composting?

SACRED SIN CONFESSIONS are voluntary, witnessed admissions of thoughts, words, and deeds one has done wrong or failed to do.  The healing is a formal ritual of absolution of sin.  It grants Divine Grace through a witnessed, sacred granting of forgiveness to release and clear one from acknowledged misdeeds, bringing resolution and purification of one’s relationship with the past.  It is an incredible tool for spiritual healing, bringing freedom and relief.

An important part of the SACRED SIN CONFESSIONS is in after the acknowledging, the person is asked to be held self-accountable to mend their ways and to do their very best to not do these same things again.

Steps of the Process

  1. Invocation of Holy Spirit
  2. Intention setting
  3. Prayer by recipient
  4. Prayer by minister
  5. Brief discussion 
  6. Witnessed Healing Confession
  7. Prayer by recipient
  8. Prayer by minister to the Holy Spirit to grant complete forgiveness
  9. Declaration of Forgiveness
  10. Benediction and Blessing
  11. Closing Prayer and thanksgiving to the Holy Spirit

Who Needs Spiritual Composting?


Anyone and everyone desiring forgiveness and healing – those suffering from guilt, shame, blame, self-judgement.

Anyone and everyone that wants to “Clear the Slate” of their life, particularly before they die (which we all will one day in some form or another transition).

People/humans/humanity that may be feeling stuck or frustrated with their life and it’s path. These people may not even know they are harboring past guilt or holding onto past deeds with shame – or even deeds of past lives.

Anyone and everyone desiring a powerful tool for transformation and change.



An immoral act considered to be a transgression against divine law: an act of breaking dharma. In Greek, “Amartia” to miss the mark; as in archery. Abraham Hick’s definition is to be without or depriving oneself of the fullness of who they are; depriving ourselves from the fullness of who we are; without source energy.


Formal release from guilt, obligation, or punishment.

Anointing of the Sick

The conferral of a special grace on the person experiencing advanced old age or grave illness.


Unconditional, total (of a decree), final, not subject to any limitation, inviolable, perfect, complete, pure.


Set or declare (someone) free from blame, guilt, or responsibility; discharge, release, relieve, liberate, free, deliver, clear, pardon, excuse.

*Note root word is “solve”


(Melissa’s own word) The act of absolving.


Reparation for a wrong or injury; reparation or explanation for sin; the reconciliation of God and humankind.


To make better, improve, to make more up-to-date; put right.


Decayed organic matter used as a plant fertilizer; used as a growing medium; rich in nutrients; beneficial, useful, vital, natural for the bionome.


(in Indian religion) the eternal and inherent nature of reality, regarded in Hinduism as a cosmic law underlying the right behavior and social order.


Disagreement between people.

Moksa or Moksha

Liberation; release from the cycle of birth and death.


(Hindu) voluntarily accepting one’s error and misdeeds.


To restore to harmony; to settle, resolve; to account for.

Moksa or Moksha

The making of amends for a wrong one has done; by paying money or to otherwise help those who have been wronged.


A rite or ceremony.


A religious ceremony or ritual regarded as imparting divine grace; a thing of mysteries and sacred intelligence or significance.

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