Forgiveness Simply Means

Forgiveness can be a challenge! Why? In the conventional forgiveness equation, the forgiver can still remain the victim! How does that happen? Since the body stores every experience that has ever happened to you, your body remembers even when you sometimes forget or try to forget. The forgetting process is your body’s way of survival. Nevertheless the consciousness of being a victim influences your daily life, even when you are not fully aware of it.

Therefore, buried deep somewhere in your body, unconsciously, is the imprinted experience of being the victim of a person or event in your life. It doesn’t have to be that way.You can release and be free of the person, the experience, and how it has influenced your life. There is a practical and empowering way to forgive that does not have to be radical or painful. It will restore your power from the inside out. Your body, soul, spirit, mind and every cell will rejoice.

“Forgiveness simply means for you “to give” yourself the opportunity, as an observer only, no longer a participant or victim, to go back to the past experience and see that the person whether parent, sibling, teacher, or anyone “outside” of you, was more afraid than you. Whoever it was, didn’t know who you were! They were terrified that you would discover that they were more afraid than you. They ruled through fear, control and manipulation because of their fear.

Remember, more times than not, at the time of the experience you didn’t have the “power” or “awareness” or sometimes the words to tell them NO or to stop. You also didn’t know how, because of your lack of information and knowledge to stop the experience, especially when you were a child. Every adult in your childhood represented the authority outside of you. The authority was supposed to know more than you. They were supposed to know everything. How could this event be happening?

What everyone forgot… because of the emotional attachments to the experiences… is the Contract! And everyone forgot the Script! Regardless of the time or years past, these emotional bands of molecules can be forever attached to the person, event and experience. As you become the observer, you will see that you and the person or persons, whoever they are, wrote each other into the script.

In the moment of being the observer, you will understand the lesson. You will see why you chose your parents, siblings, or how you chose to participate with that person in the experience. In this observer moment, you will release the emotional bands, you have been holding inside your body. When you consciously release them as the observer, you will let go forever and ever. You and your future will not be connected to the past. Forgiveness happens naturally. You and your body are free.

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    Forgiveness to me means being able to “free myself”..It is the point where you are no longer the victim and now you are back in control. In control of your own thoughts and feelings…allowing us to be the heroine of our own life and no longer the victim…

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