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Great answer, AkashikWreckage. I absoutely agree. So what were the steps you took to move beyond thought process? How did you internalize forgiveness so that you became forgiveness?
AkashicWreckage said:I think Forgiveness comes in different stages---and I'm not sure it can be "taught." Rather, I suppose it can be modeled. For me, the beginnings of realizing what not forgiving was doing to me---was the impetus to take my thoughts further. When I began to take in the impact of holding onto that energy, internalizing it, and how it permeated so many other aspects of my life, a number of aha moments began to follow. Choosing, and understanding that I could choose, NOT to hold onto whatever it was, meant freedom---then peace.
Forgiveness is giving up all hopes for a better past... :)
Good topic. Forgiveness...what is it?
well i think it is a complex but also very easy answer for some. to some especially the fairer sex it appears to be in bucket form. in the male domain it appears more visible because to some it is not a natural force. So how do you aquire it? naturally?
yep..it is in us all ...whatever the sex. To me personally.... firstly the ultimate forgiveness comes when an individual has the heart to forgive themselves totally unequiveably ....the clouds become clearer then the lights go on and as actions are forgiven from our source of life it gives us the strength to look at the whole picture and the relisation of our actions and thoughts are brought into our inner view screen and we seek forgiveness totally...if you are at this point when you are being asked to forgive in all past life streams you are well on the way to wholeness....our mission will be complete. healing is achieved from graces table.
i believe total forgiveness is just that... the sum of your total parts.
We are very blessed ....source is trying to help all of us understand forgiveness. without this assistance we would truly fail.
My perspective on it.
"Do unto others that which you would others would do unto you and that which you do unto others you do unto thy self..."
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