Some dear friends have been asking this question and so I am sharing the solutions that helped me in an amazing way:
“I am going through so much pain in my relationships. I want to forgive and forget everything and everyone, but I don’t know how to apply it in the real world and for all situations.”
Thank you for sharing your heart with me, my friend.
For eons because of the fall in consciousness, the only illusion on this planet is forgetting our Divinity. Since many are unconscious of being unconscious, they keep on doing things that are not relevant to true human nature.
True human nature is kindness, compassion, and truth.
Upon reading my article Forgiveness and the Power of Ho’oponopono, one of our readers asked me:
“I feel like I have been done wrong. My wife left me just after I had surgery on my leg. Coming home after recovery, I broke my leg and lost my hip as a consequence. If my wife had been there for me, this would not have happened.
I resent that she can so easily move on and I feel that I will never be able to. How can I possibly forgive her?”
In a world where suffering and pain – on a physical as well as on a mental level – are the norm rather than the exception, forgiveness is one of the most important attributes for people to nurture. It is all about love.
When someone has hurt you, you can be angry, resentful, and hold a grudge, or you can embrace that person and move on.
Do you notice repeated occurrences in life, the very situation we try to avoid comes back and visits us again and again? Even if we try to change our place, our jobs, our relationships, even if we try to hide, the same situation comes back to visit us in another person, or in another form.
Sometimes we try to help someone resolve a bad situation, and suddenly we find ourselves in the same situation.