Window 126 – True forgiveness is not just lip service

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 “True forgiveness “begins” to take place when you can hear the name of the person that hurt you, without a shift in your breathing; and pure forgiveness has “taken place” when you can hear the name of the person that hurt you, and there is no memory of your pain, and you send them only thoughts and wishes of love in return.”

If forgiveness is just lip service than you will be wishing pain on the person that hurt you, or you will be sharing your wound with everyone you meet.  Forgiveness can only happen when you can see everyone with the eyes of love, and view them as yourself.   

 Forgiveness is a form of a deep love, and if we can feel that deep love toward the person who hurt us, then the pain has a purpose, to which everything does.

~ WOW ~

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10 thoughts on “Window 126 – True forgiveness is not just lip service

  1. I had a experience this week relating to forgiveness which was empty of EGO
    And bad INTENTION
    It was so deep that everything they did to me released more love to flow out of me to them. When I think about them I can’t recognise the faults because they can’t hurt me any more because I found love.

    Your post is well appreciated.

    • That is a major awakening and I am happy that you found that deep love… If we can all remember that the person who is the cause of our pain is actually
      the person suffering deeply from some pain in their past and they are just releasing it on you. When we can see that, it removes the ego and allows us to see the heart of the person instead of the actions.

  2. Truer words about forgiveness, I’ve not read. Love is truly what we gain, when we forgive another and that is why forgiveness is for us and not the person who we forgive. Great post. I highly enjoy your blog!

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