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Worldwide Forgiveness Alliance


Worldwide Forgiveness Alliance

The Worldwide Forgiveness Alliance is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the principle that teaching forgiveness and nonviolence are forces for peace, physical healing and psychological equilibrium.

Location: Mill Valley, California
Members: 27
Latest Activity: Feb 19, 2014

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My Answers to the Question on "What is Forgiveness?" - By Arieljoy Fine below + Ho'Oponopono 1 Reply

Christmas Self-realization Especially around FamilyDecember 25, 2009Saturn is the planet of limitations. Today is gets tense with the Sun, which rules the human ego. This Christmas will be one of…Continue

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Started by Ron Alexander. Last reply by Ron Alexander Mar 22, 2010.

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Comment by Sun on February 4, 2013 at 11:57pm

Forgivenness makes us in  harmonious relationship,this is how I understand.

Comment by Deb East on November 1, 2012 at 5:35pm

Happy to be in such good company :)

Comment by Steve H on September 15, 2012 at 10:56pm

Please read and sign this, then spread it around, it is a Declaration of Commitment to Indigenous Peoples.
Peace to all,

Comment by Ron Alexander on March 13, 2011 at 1:01pm

Achieve Oneness 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.")
Comment by Ron Alexander on July 17, 2010 at 9:17pm
Ho'Oponopono is a perfect Oneness Prayer "I am sorry, please forgive me...thank you. I love you."

Since we are all One, we must take responsibility for creating the experience that needs forgiveness. We must forgive ourselves, and then trust that the forgiveness will extend to others.

...Saying "I am sorry" is taking responsibility for creating the experience that does not feel right - that is not in my life's flow. I have to own my part for it showing up in my life.

It helps me be a less judgemental, more humble person.
Then comes "Please forgive me" as I have to forgive myself first.

Then I thank myself for forgiving myself, which puts me in a flow of gratitude for Life.

"I love you" helps set me free from guilt and shame. and I become more aware of Divine Love and loving "my neighbor as myself." I cannot love others without loving myself first.

This Ho'Oponopono prayer has helped me to humbly release judgement and be a more compassionate person.
I am so grateful! May All Beings Be Happy & Free
Comment by Dr.Muhammad Mukhtar Alam on July 17, 2010 at 8:34am
Forgiveness is a very important virtue. Allah says in the holy Quran that if one wants to be forgiven, one should learn to forgive. In forgiving, we recognise out own limits.
Comment by Steve H on July 14, 2010 at 8:34pm

New here thanks for this group, this is a very good idea.

One thing, the link above in the little information section needs fixing, it shouldn't have the "." (dot) after the slashes and before the http

I will have to spend time reading what has already been said on that site and in this group, but I know one thing about forgiveness and that is it makes it so that when a person forgives, it frees them from the ppower of another or a situation that in whatever way bothers or bothered them.

For example if I carry a grudge or hate or some other bad feeling, it is I who is being controlled by whoever caused the reason that set my grudge or bad feelings into motion.

So if I allow that, I am doubling (or trebling or...) the "harm" that I suffered, but this time I am doing it to myself.

I think one reason many people resist forgiveness is because they feel they are saying the bad thing was ok for the person to do to them, but I think the 1st step is to see it as a way of taking a burden off yourself, then you can head towards understanding the one that caused the harm or whatever steps are necessary after that.

Anyway, sorry if what I said is redundant, just wanted to say it.


Stay positive.

Spread Peace.
Comment by Ron Alexander on July 12, 2010 at 7:18am
Oops - double negative - "...for those of you who believe that forgiveness is not necessary..."
Comment by Ron Alexander on July 12, 2010 at 7:17am
For those of you who don't believe that forgiveness is not necessary - you probably don't believe an ego or a body is necessary either! (And on another plane - out of the body, you may be right). Remember Jesus says how many times must we forgive? - "77x70" or otherword infinity!
"I am sorry, please forgive me (if I have disturbed you)...thank you (for I know you will, and sinc...e we are one, I know we are forgiving & forgiven). I love you!
(Look at discussion above)
Comment by Ron Alexander on June 16, 2010 at 8:12am
Ron Alexander (facebook) Forgive for your own sake.
Donna Stead: thanks ron, I knew that, just forgot!
Ron Alexander: Sometimes I think we have to forgive ourselves for wanting to forgive someone or something that is none of our business?

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