Forgiveness Sets You Free…
“One moment of anger can wipe out a lifetime of merit”
Forgiveness is a vital component in the healing process. Over the last 20 years, working with thousands of clients, I have noticed a profound difference in the recovery rate of those that do “the work”.
What do I mean by this? Clients that actively work on forgiveness heal faster, have more positive outcomes and experience greater joy in their lives.
Studies have found that the act of forgiveness can reap huge rewards for your health, lowering the risk of heart attack; improving cholesterol levels and sleep; and reducing pain, blood pressure, and levels of anxiety, depression, and stress.
Forgiveness can even lead to feelings of understanding, empathy and compassion for the one who hurt you.
Forgiveness doesn’t mean forgetting or excusing the harm done to you or even accepting what the other person has done to you. Forgiveness breaks the bonds that tie you negatively to another person.
Forgiveness frees you. It allows you to take your power back.
Forgiveness helps your health. Negative emotions rob your energy and take a toll on your body, mind, and spirit. Anger, anxiety, depression, and undue stress generate a negative influence on your body. These can cause elevated blood pressure, heart rate, and the feeling of being out of control.
Forgiving helps you move forward on your spiritual path. Forgiveness encourages compassion. You are able to relate to others as part of the human experience. You feel for others as you do for yourself. Emotionally and psychologically unencumbered, you can begin to put the past behind you. Forgiveness is an act of kindness and goodness. It is a path to peace.
Forgiveness brings a kind of peace that helps you go on with life.
Most of us at one time or another have experienced a situation where we have felt that someone we cared enough about has caused us pain, anger, and sadness because of some kind of serious breach in your relationship.
Can you forgive someone who has hurt you so profoundly as to have caused deep-seated damage to your body, heart, mind, and soul? If so, what form would the forgiveness take? Does forgiving mean forgetting? How do you move on from the hurt and sorrow?
In Pranic Healing, we do a lot of work with forgiveness, and the results are tangible.
When working with advanced cases of cancer, severe depression, or chronic pain, forgiveness work is vital.
So how is this done?
It’s actually a multi-step process. The first step is identifying the person or persons that you need to forgive. Next, a Pranic Healing practitioner will guide you through a powerful guided process.
This sacred ritual includes a clear intention to forgive the person who has hurt you. This process alone can yield profound changes.
The next phase includes blessing this person energetically and wishing them well. This in essence sets you free and helps you to release the entanglements between you.
The final step is to cut the damaging cords/connections between you.
The process is in fact very simple. If there is a pure intention, the results are profound. This is not a one-time deal though. Oftentimes this process will need to be repeated several times until the grip of this unforgiveness is released.
As a follow on from this, our clients are always encouraged to do the Meditation on Twin Hearts. This specifically opens the heart chakra- which directly influences our ability to give and receive love. Often when we have been hurt, our natural response is to ‘shut down’ the heart chakra. Not only does this affect our healthy relationships but it also can trigger negative effects on our health, both physically and emotionally.
In conclusion, holding on to anger, resentment and unforgiveness is not good for you.
If you are willing, we can help you move past this. This will allow more peace, joy and balance into your life.
Reach out to us and start your healing transformation: