I’ve been doing an exercise that Louise Hay created in her book “You Can Heal Your Life.”
She recommends you say, “The person I need to forgive is ___________ and I forgive you for ________________.”
Then, if you’re working with a partner, you say it aloud to them. They then say, “Thank you, I set you free now.”
At first, I have to admit, this all sounded a little hippie-dippie to me. A little “out there.” But I decided to try it. I thought of the person I most needed to forgive and I wrote a long, two-page list of everything that I needed to forgive them for.
There is the old saying, “Holding a grudge is like taking poison and hoping the other person will die.” Continue reading “Forgiveness Part 2”