No. In MER there is no such thing as “sin”, no need for “salvation”.
“Salvation” and “sin” are human concepts, unknown and unneeded in Reality.
Religions taught it was a “sin” to act or think against their their teachings. The consequences of restoring personal “salvation” were dire and in many places still are.
There is nothing in the human notion of salvation that has anything “spiritual” or “divine” about it.
Belief, faith and hope were required to get over the fact the religions simply hadn’t experienced MER as their founders probably had. So to fill this knowledge gap the religions created Belief, Faith and Hope (“Fake it until you make it”), and the need for salvation, as the sand upon which they built their religions.
Those who experience MER don’t need the human mythomania of “belief”, “faith”, “hope”, “sin” or “salvation”. They KNOW Reality.
“Salvation” is a particularly contrary notion in the experiences of Reality where total acceptance of everything, including humans at any stage of their evolutionary development is fundamental to all existence.
Such powerful, inclusive love is beyond ordinary human experience. Reality’s acceptance/love is the very opposite of the notion of any need for “salvation”. We are loved beyond any human conception of love.
In any human struggle with Reality, Reality has already won.
Human constructs rise then fall under the weight of their own primitive lust, anger, greed, attachments, ego (and hubris). But Reality always asserts Its evolutionary process. Reality always wins.
All is well.