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Learn To Forgive

16 Min
Meditation
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Andrew Johnson
Mindfulness & Sleep Coach
Holding onto negativity and anger from past events can cause physical and emotional damage in the present moment. In her novel The Storyteller, Jodi Picot wrote: "Forgiving isn’t something you do for someone else. It's something you do for yourself. It's saying 'You’re not important enough to have a stranglehold on me.' It’s saying, 'You don't get to trap me in the past. I am worthy of a future.’" This recording will help start a natural letting go and lead towards authentic forgiveness. Use daily for three weeks for maximum benefits 15 minutes. No music Wake Ending
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3 reflections
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Sheri
Forgiveness
I learned that I wanted to hear the other person at least say “I’m sorry I hurt you,” so I’m left to wonder why this was left out of the dialogue.
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Learn To Forgive
This meditation is powerful. Delicately and compassionately leads to a safe space bringing comfort with giving forgiveness and experiencing freedom afterwards. I come back to this meditation as often as I am feeling stuck by any resentment towards anyone and it is supporting my healing journey. Thankful. 🙏❤️🤍💛
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Cheryl
Calm
Relaxed and calm and enjoying the fact that I have no plans scheduled except exercise and therapy. I love waking up not having plans. I like the meditation, coaches, idea of child, small hand wrapped around the glass cup if your choice how you react to the cup being dropped. You can react like something bad is going to happen in the future so you’re always nervous about it or you can just let it go And clean it up as things happen. This doesn’t feel nervous about the next time they may drop a cup as well. The child can help clean the mess up if it happens again, but it happens every now and then. I do think this forgiveness is differentis something that a personal effect on a person. When you feel deeply hurt and angry. I don’t think forgiveness is easy then. But I do know that storing her anger as your instrument of defense towards this person is also not healthy.