“Forgiveness is the most powerful thing that you can do for your physiology and your spirituality. Yet, it remains one of the least attractive things to us, largely because our egos rule so unequivocally. To forgive is somehow associated with saying that it is all right, that we accept the evil deed. But this is not forgiveness. Forgiveness means that you fill yourself with love and you radiate that love outward and refuse to hang onto the venom or hatred that was engendered by the behaviors that caused the wounds.” ~ Wayne Dyer
Forgiving is not easy, even for the most enlightened among us. If you’ve been allowing your present health to be controlled by past hurts, I urge you to commit to forgiving.
These steps can help:
Talk to sympathetic friends and family about your desire to forgive. Chatting with others is tremendously comforting.
Write a letter to the person you’d like to forgive. You can decide whether or not you send it.
See the situation from the other person’s perspective—your own perspective may change.
Don’t forget to forgive yourself. Sometimes we can be harshest with ourselves.
Understand that you are responsible for your own attitude. Don’t let holding a grudge keep you from feeling free, open, and powerful in your own life.
Forgive and watch how much easier your relationship with many other aspects of your life gets.
So what hurt are YOU holding on to?
Tap into the power of FORGIVENESS and share with us the difference it’s made in the quality of your health and your life!