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Who do you need to forgive?

Angie Monko - Monday, July 06, 2015

Who do you need to forgive? Forgiveness is one of the four spiritual

laws of prosperity, according to Edwene Gaines, author of the book

titled the same.

Withholding forgiveness feels like being in chains, because we

are truly giving our power away to another. When we hate or resent

someone, THEY control US because we think about them too much,

we replay in our mind how they wronged us, we have thoughts of

revenge, etc.

Can you see how this is a prison? What is worse is that when you give

your power to others by not forgiving them, this indicates that there is a

part of you that hasn't forgiven yourself.

Most of the time it will be obvious if you have huge resentments

towards someone. You may hate them, even shake at the thought

of them. You may grit your teeth, squeeze your fists, etc.

But sometimes it's not as obvious.  In fact, you may believe you've

forgiven them.

How do you know if you've not forgiven someone?  Well, you can

just think of them and you feel a little "uneasy." They may make small

mistakes here and there, and you tend not to give them any slack. 

Or when something goes wrong, you may tend to jump to the

conclusion that "they" must be responsible.

If you suspect you need to forgive someone, especially yourself,

then start today!  

Picture this person standing in front of you and say, "I lovingly release

you from the bonds of my resentment and anger.  I've learned the lesson

I need to learn."  If you believe in past lives, you can add, "I declare that

the contract we've entered into is now null and void and complete!"

Relationships give you a wonderful opportunity to learn something

about yourself, that you wouldn't ordinarily learn if all of the drama

took place in your own head.  Make sense?

So who do you need to forgive?  Ask yourself that as you go to

sleep tonight.  I bet you any money there is at least one person,

even if that one person is you! 

If you need to do some work in this area, register now for my

upcoming FREE webinar!

To Your Inner Peace,


Angie Monko

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