Tuesday, December 22, 2015
The Power of Forgiving
The power of forgiving is in the freedom of letting go. Social programing can make letting go of the past very difficult. Something happen, social programing influences your interpretation of the right or wrong, good or bad, happiness or sadness of what happen. People are programed differently and interpretations will be different. Some see the glass half full, and some see the glass half empty all due to social programing.
Some social programed interpretations will allow for the feeling of being victimized. I learned from Jamillah Shabazz a spiritual channeler though her spiritual guide that; “You must lose yourself to find yourself, only then can you understand the power and freedom of letting go”. Many carry the emotional pain and the story of an action long after the action has passed.
In his bestselling book “A New Earth” Eckhart Tolle wrote “Nothing ever happened in the past that can prevent you from being present now: and if the past cannot prevent you from being present now, what power does it have?” Carrying the anger and pain of the past is not healthy. We are moving into the beginning of a new year; try not to put your past into your future in 2016.
The power of forgiving will allow you to let go of the past. Some may view forgiving as a sign of weakness, but the negative emotional pain they carry is self-destructive and a primary source of many illnesses. Being in accord with oneself is being in harmony. To be truly in harmony, you must be in the present, not in the pain of the past or the fear of the future.
I would like to thank those who have taken the time to read my articles; I wish all that read this article a very healthy and productive New Year. Keep health, wealth and love in your thoughts throughout the New Year. We have the power to manifest reality from our thoughts, always think about what you want. Don’t spend time on thinking about what you don’t have.
Most of all try not to let the pass keep you from realizing the power of letting go. Try to allow yourself the freedom of forgiving; perhaps to a loved one or a friend.