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Achieve Oneness with All Life by Complete Forgivingness

 

One With All Life By Complete Forgivingness


If we want complete clearance of attitude, we must forgive everyone and everything. Whether we like it or not, or whether we accept it or not, this is one of the great truths of life.
Not only should we forgive others, but we should equally forgive ourselves...A great deal of our trouble, both mental and physical, is built on an unconscious sense of rejection and guilt...It is necessary that each of us seek complete forgivingness toward both ourselves and others.
Today I affirm that I forgive everyone and am forgiven by everyone. I affirm that the eternal Spirit harbors no malice toward me or anyone else. Forgiving and being forgiven, I have an inward sense of peace and tranquility. There is no anxiety, no sense of guilt, no fear of judgement. All mistakes of the past are now wiped out in my consciousness and I no longer carry any burden from them. I look forward to the future with joy, peace and gladness, and I live in the present with the inner assurance of being One with All Life.
paraphrased from Ernest Holmes'"A Year of Daily Wisdom"
And when ye stand praying, forgive, if ye ought against any: that your Father which is also in heaven may forgive your trespasses. ---Mark 11:25
It is better to be kind to others than to go all out to prove you are right. ~Dean A. Banks, D.D.
Ashleigh Grace Walkinshaw: Apologizing does not mean anyone is wrong or right~it simply means your relationship is more important to you than your ego.
Ron Alexander: Like Ashleigh's reasoning above, and I had rather be happy than right (admittedly both is better for my ego).
"I am sorry, please forgive me, thank you, I love you." (HoOponopono prayer is very effective for "complete forgiveness.")

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Comment by Lorenzo Abbiati on March 16, 2011 at 9:42am

"Apologizing does not mean anyone is wrong or right~it simply means your relationship is more important to you than your ego"  wow what a wonderful statement!

I do apoligize more other 's mistakes than mine because my srtong ego carries me to do strange things and to elaborate strategies that can hurt somebody.

often people want to guide me and i don't want misanderstand they are doing harm to me they are helping me.  I use to have borderline behaviours especially in the past but now thanks also to this community I am more balanced.

I hope i do not hurt somebody here because my being strong in ego doesn't mean I am more intelligent.

I like to i"mprovise" and dare" cause in the past i was too shy.

there are so many undiscovered talents for being too shy or having too much sense of decency.

I wanna be an example for others to have the courage to show all the part of theirs hearth not only the more beautiful, founded a group to kick back depression.

I wanna be "nude" in front of this community and communicate with no veils.

Forgive me for being often in the upper lines and the fact i comment is that i care and not necessarily i have some important to remark or add something.

We have to vibrate together expecially in theese difficult moment.

I see many people scaried by this catastrophie in Japan but we don't have to be afraid of judgement as you say......Architects should connect more in this moment. expecially with people alike angels as you.......without being afraid to comment because your goal is my goal and if your post is more popular, truth is nearer and is good for all of us.

It doesn't matter how much we earn singularly but how much this global community gets enhanced.

my tanks and respect Ron.


        

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