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Forgiveness -- Love Who You've Become

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http://www.selfhealingexperiences.com Forgiveness -- Love Who You've Become http://self-healing-with-debbie-nicholson.empowernetwork.com/blog/forgiveness-love-who-youve-become Blog as read by Debbie Nicholson Look back through your life and think of all the hurt you have suffered at the hands/words of other people whether they be close to you or just acquaintances in the various situations of your life. What have you done with that hurt? Have you held onto it or have you rejected it? What are your current feelings towards those very same people responsible for the hurt you have experienced? Do they even know they hurt you so much? Being able to forgive those who hurt us would be one of the hardest things in life that we are asked to do. However, by not going through the motions of forgiveness, then we effectively set up a mental prison which then rules our lives from that moment on. And where is that mental prison we harbour within ourselves? Yes, it dives deep into our non-conscious -- the ruler of our minds and bodies. That bully that protects us from further hurt be it physically or emotionally. So every time you think about or see that person who caused you the hurt, your non-conscious immediately goes into action and reminds you emphatically of what they did or said and your reactions set off waves of hurt hurtling through your body as though you are reliving every second of what happened. This could have been years ago -- and that is the very sad part about not being able to forgive - years of wasted life constantly being reminded of the hurt. The worst part about not being able to forgive is that the person/action/words that hurt you in the first place are not even remotely remembered by the inflictor!! They don't even care how you are feeling. They don't even remember what was said or done. For them it is no longer in existence, however, for you, the moment remains very much alive for as long as you want it to be. Consequently they are happy. You are not. We are our own worst enemy. It is a difficult thing to forgive our own selves for even lesser crimes. We beat ourselves up with battering self-talk. Our own criticisms of ourselves destroy our inner being. This is the recipe for constant unhappiness and bitterness. All of this hurt stored within us can manifest itself in illness and pain somewhere in our body. Wouldn't it be nice to rise above all of this and become healthy from the inside out? Wouldn't it be great to be able to let go? Wouldn't it be nice to be rid of the pain/illness we have suffered for too long? Cleaning up our inner being is what is done by listening to this particular audio Forgiveness -- Love Who You've Become. The power of non-conscious change has far-reaching effects into all aspects of our lives. Science begins it's work. The Law of Attraction/the Quantum Field tells us that whatever is happening on the outside is reflecting the beliefs we hold of ourselves deep within. Freeing ourselves from the hurt, the negative thoughts and actions that have followed the hurt is what can be achieved through this audio Forgiveness -- Love Who You've Become. Life will then be more than bearable. It will become a joy to live life as it should be. Feedback I could not forgive my father for the emotional and physical abuse. These audios have really helped me to accept the past and forgive my father and move forward with my life. I am very grateful for the peace of mind that I now have. Roger Graham -- February 12, 2014: What do you get for $19.95? All audios are high quality mp3 and m4a (Apple) 320Kbps • 1 x Q-liminal -- 30 minutes, 4 voice tracks for maximum impact • 1 x Rapid Injection -- 30 minutes compressed to 10 minutes, 4 voice tracks • 1 x 5 Minute Brain Boost -30 minutes compressed to 5 minutes, 1 voice track • 1 x Rapid Injection Reversed -- 30 minutes compressed to 10 minutes and reversed Thanks Debbie Nicholson For Access to Q-Liminal Audios http://easytoalwaysbeyoung.co...