Practice FORGIVENESS. Forgiveness is really a gift we give ourselves. Forgiveness gives us the opportunity to stop judging, to stop condemning and stop being a victim. Forgiveness is really for our BENEFIT.
It offers peace and releases us from holding someone else responsible for our reality From taking responsibility for our part. It IS one of the highest, most BEAUTIFUL forms of love.
In return, you will receive untold peace, happiness, and peace of mind. To forgive is a set a prisoner free, and realize the prisoner was YOU. Practice forgiveness and watch true magic unfold in your life.
Every day is a brand new day. No matter what happened yesterday, the day before, the month before and years before, the past is the past and it cannot be undone. What CAN change is your perception of the past and it can only affect you if you continue to relive it in your head. Stop letting your past haunt you, destroy you and weaken you. Use your past to become more resilient, more courageous and let it strengthen you.
Focus on the NOW, a future of possibilities cannot exist when you keep reliving your past emotions.
“Forgiveness does not mean there are no boundaries, accountability, laws or healthy standards of behavior. It means merely that there’s a way for us to find peace in our hearts, regardless of someone else’s behavior. And that itself is a MIRACLE.
Being able to non-reactively and simply leave a situation is far more powerful than stomping your feet and screaming “no one is going to treat me this way.” For with the latter comes with it the inevitably of that effect that someone will treat you this way. For when we are angry, there is a gap between our present personality and our enlightened self.
Nothing anyone did to you but only your anger at them for having done so can stop the miraculous flow of love to your door.
Forgiveness does not mean we are condoning something, we think should not be condoned. It means only that we’re freeing ourselves from the agony of its effects. We forgive the past in order to be free of it.” Marianne Williamson
“The greatest degree of inner tranquility comes from the development of love and compassion. The more we care for the happiness of others, the greater our own sense of well-being.” Dalai Lama
To your future of infinite possibilities.
Williamson, Marianne. Tears To Triumph. New York, NY: HarperOne, 2016. Print.
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