Lift your Heart and Mind, Forgive this here Now

“Resentment is like drinking poison and hoping the other person dies.” – attributed to St. Augustine, Buddha, Nelson Mandela.

Now is a great time to let go.

Whatever the trouble was, let go.

Forgiveness means that you quit drinking the venom of whatever happened.
This does not condone what happened.

Forgiveness drops your burden and lightens you up.
Throw the weight off and let your balloon rise naturally.

Forgiveness is rarely a one-shot effort.
It tends to be a process, releasing layers of hurt.
Years may pass, and we think we’re finished with an issue, yet the emotional charge of it may pop up again when we least expect it.

If we are mindful, we will be able to connect the dots.
We will tune into our feelings and recognize that the current trouble today harks back to the old wound. The wound still needs more soothing, more peacemaking.

The deeper we go into the process, the more we see that we are forgiving ourselves.
Inner conflicts, judgments and “pushing-against” the outer world are rooted in inner judgments about ourselves.
We tend to say, “xyz is awful and bad,” until we can relax enough to realize that we ourselves contain a little xyz.

We Are One.
We are part of everything, even the dark stuff.
We can forgive our shadow parts.
We wouldn’t want to hide the dark side.

“What do you forgive? Well, it’s simple. Whatever comes up in front of your face on any given day, that’s what you’re supposed to forgive. It’s not a mystery; it’s always right there in front of you. You may think you can’t see what’s in your unconscious mind; well, you don’t have to. All you have to see is the symbolic representation of it that is being presented to you right now… symbolic of that which already exists in your own unconscious mind. As you forgive that, you’re really forgiving yourself.”
–  Gary Renard, “The End of Reincarnation”

 

Disturbed? Attacked? Don’t Collapse into Victim World

Diane does Biofield TuningChakra Repair and Balancing, energy healing, health coaching, and gives you practical ways to lift your wellbeing.  Make a appointment in Phoenix or Fountain Hills. Inquire about our healing class, Tuesday evenings in Phoenix, and free meditation classes on Mondays in Fountain Hills.

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About Diane Langlois Stallings

Diane Stallings RN, Reiki Master, Energy Healer, Healing Touch, Enneagram Coach, EFT tapping, Meditation Coach, Nutritionist, Integrative Health Coach www.joystream.net
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3 Responses to Lift your Heart and Mind, Forgive this here Now

  1. Diane, so well expressed, so timely, so true! Thank you for this post!

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  2. Pingback: Stop Tug-of-War, Time to Let Go of the Rope | Joystream Health

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