This follows up on the article on ‘Karma’ from last week
Inner Peace can be reached only when we practice forgiveness. Forgiveness is letting go of the past, and is therefore the means for correcting our misconceptions.”
~ Gerald (Jerry) G. Jampolsky, Love Is Letting Go of Fear
Forgiveness is the literal act of “letting go or releasing.” What we hold on to, in our conscious and in our subconscious mind, creates and attracts people and circumstances to us that create our reality.
For example, you may have a belief running in your subconscious that believes that you not safe. It may be from an early childhood trauma, or a genetic belief passed down from a parent, grandparent, or even brought with us from another place or time. It is essential for us to communicate with our subconscious mind to find out what beliefs may be there – creating our lives for us against our conscious choice and desires.
Do you have old anger and resentment that you have not properly forgiven and released? Is it showing up in your current relationships? Holding onto anger literally blocks you from letting Love and happiness into your life experience. Anytime you refuse to forgive and hold onto anger you block yourselves from letting love into your heart. The only person that is affected is you.
When you hold on to fear, anger, sadness, or worry subconsciously, your subconscious mind continually working overtime to keep you safe. This means that you have greater difficulty creating your ideal life and you will feel an underlying sense of unhappiness regardless of what you do.
The subconscious mind is infinitely more powerful than your conscious mind. Your conscious mind is the seat of your willpower and logic. When the subconscious mind is projecting beliefs of fear, doubt, anger, frustration, and sadness, it is literally inviting the Universe to engage you in scenarios that which will bring up these emotions as a means for you to resolve them.
A Clearing Meditation to help you
Ana Pana Breath Mindfulness
Your breath is connected to your emotions. By passively observing your breathing you allow yourself to clear emotions. This meditation can be done while seated or while engaged in activities – walking, driving etc
What is my Breathing doing?
– Is it fast or slow
– Is it deep or shallow
– Is it coming in through my right nostril, left one, both, more through one than the other
– How does it feel as I breathe in?
– How does it feel as I breathe out?
If your mind wanders bring it back to your breathing
Repeat until your breathing feels peaceful.
Forgiveness Part 2 – Next Week
Mumtaz Mitha is a Master Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist and a Hypnosis Teacher. She has been in private practice for over 37 years and can be reached at
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