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Power To Forgive
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Power To Forgive
Power To Forgive
Skylight • 04:52

A strong and transformative force exists in forgiveness. We are able to let go of the burden of resentment, hatred, and sorrow that we have been carrying around. When we are able to forgive and break free from the emotional bonds that have restricted us in the past, we can experience healing, growth, and peace.

We consciously decide to move past the wrongs that have been done to us and toward empathy, understanding, and compassion when we choose to forgive. It's more crucial to take back control of our mental health and assert our authority than to support or ignore what occurred. We can break the cycle of hurt and anger by forgiving others in order to free ourselves from the grip of negative emotions that limit our ability to live completely.

To forgive someone may need a lot of thought, effort, and time. It is not always easy to forgive. However, the benefits are immeasurable. It can mend shattered hearts, mend broken relationships, and support psychological and emotional healing. By forgiving others, we also learn to forgive ourselves, which is crucial for our own growth and progress. Ultimately, forgiveness frees us from the past, enables us to take pleasure in the present with greater ease, and provides access to a happier and more prosperous future.


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Find a comfortable place where you can be focused, and let's begin. Breathe in slowly, deeply through your nose. Feel the air flow into you. Hold that breath for a few seconds. Then, exhale through your mouth. Now, breathe in an easy, relaxed way, noticing the sensations in your mouth and nose with each breath. Let your shoulders relax. Your eyes relax. Close them if you like. Anybody can find peace, just like anybody can be hurt. Picture a time when someone hurt you. Say out loud or in your mind what that person did. Do you remember how it felt? What emotions can you remember feeling then? Say those emotions to yourself. Maybe this happened a while ago. Have your emotions changed? What are those emotions now? Say them to yourself. Forgiving someone does not change what they did. It does not change the rightness or wrongness of what they did. It only changes the way you feel in your own heart. Do you want to begin to forgive this person? If you do, say so to yourself. Forgiveness is not automatic. It is not passive. It requires focus and spiritual energy, and often, it takes time, but you can begin now. Let's reach out to God. In your own words, ask God for the energy, for the love to begin feeling forgiveness. Now, let's listen quietly to our spiritual center. Let's take a few more breaths, feeling grounded in the present, in the peace of God. Nice job.

Watching Now
Power To Forgive
Power To Forgive
Skylight • 04:52

A strong and transformative force exists in forgiveness. We are able to let go of the burden of resentment, hatred, and sorrow that we have been carrying around. When we are able to forgive and break free from the emotional bonds that have restricted us in the past, we can experience healing, growth, and peace.

We consciously decide to move past the wrongs that have been done to us and toward empathy, understanding, and compassion when we choose to forgive. It's more crucial to take back control of our mental health and assert our authority than to support or ignore what occurred. We can break the cycle of hurt and anger by forgiving others in order to free ourselves from the grip of negative emotions that limit our ability to live completely.

To forgive someone may need a lot of thought, effort, and time. It is not always easy to forgive. However, the benefits are immeasurable. It can mend shattered hearts, mend broken relationships, and support psychological and emotional healing. By forgiving others, we also learn to forgive ourselves, which is crucial for our own growth and progress. Ultimately, forgiveness frees us from the past, enables us to take pleasure in the present with greater ease, and provides access to a happier and more prosperous future.


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Find a comfortable place where you can be focused, and let's begin. Breathe in slowly, deeply through your nose. Feel the air flow into you. Hold that breath for a few seconds. Then, exhale through your mouth. Now, breathe in an easy, relaxed way, noticing the sensations in your mouth and nose with each breath. Let your shoulders relax. Your eyes relax. Close them if you like. Anybody can find peace, just like anybody can be hurt. Picture a time when someone hurt you. Say out loud or in your mind what that person did. Do you remember how it felt? What emotions can you remember feeling then? Say those emotions to yourself. Maybe this happened a while ago. Have your emotions changed? What are those emotions now? Say them to yourself. Forgiving someone does not change what they did. It does not change the rightness or wrongness of what they did. It only changes the way you feel in your own heart. Do you want to begin to forgive this person? If you do, say so to yourself. Forgiveness is not automatic. It is not passive. It requires focus and spiritual energy, and often, it takes time, but you can begin now. Let's reach out to God. In your own words, ask God for the energy, for the love to begin feeling forgiveness. Now, let's listen quietly to our spiritual center. Let's take a few more breaths, feeling grounded in the present, in the peace of God. Nice job.


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