Forgiveness: To Forgive or Not To Forgive

Many people have experienced being wronged by another person and felt anger, resentment and hurt.

Although this is a natural reaction, if you hold onto these feelings you are causing more harm to yourself than you are to the other person.

Anger Is Like Taking Poison

You may have heard the quote “Anger is like taking poison and hoping the other person dies.” Well even if you are not hoping the other persons dies, you are still pumping excessive amount of insulin from the pancreases, your adrenals pump out more adrenaline and your liver extra glucose into your body by holding onto any emotion that causes stress on your body.

During the natural fight or flight response, your body does pump out all these chemicals into your body, but it returns to normal very quickly. If you body is stressed due to negative emotions regularly it can wear out the body and in some cases cause heart attacks, strokes and even cancer. For these reasons alone it is a very good reason for forgiveness so you can have a life filled with joy, love, happiness and peace of mind.

Not Forgetting Or Condoning

Forgiving others or yourself does not mean you are forgetting or condoning what has happened. It doesn’t mean you are taking responsibility for the other person hurting you. Or about blaming the other person for your actions if you were the one that needs forgiving.

If you or the other person is the wrongdoer, forgiveness is about letting go of the hurt, resentment and anger and replacing it with understanding, compassion and love. It’s not about whether the person deserves your forgiveness; it is about releasing the past so you can have a healthy and happy present and future.

Not Willing To Forgive = Continued Pain

Not willing to forgive is like tying yourself to a post with

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Back Pain Causes – Which Emotions Amplify Yours?

Back Pain Causes

The back is made up of many muscles, but when we speak of back pain, we usually speak about the spine. The spinal column is a stacking of 33 vertebrae, distributed as follows: cervical, dorsal, lumbar and sacral. To simplify this I’m going to refer to these areas as lower, middle and upper back.

What you are about to read is not to replace medical treatment. It is to open your mind to the possible emotional connection that may be causing or amplifying your back pain. Note it is important to always have any back pain checked by a medical doctor or a chiropractor.

Emotionally speaking, the back represents our support system. Problems with the back usually mean…

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Applying NLP in the bedroom – Who is the boss in bed?

Time and time again you read about the importance of not letting your pets sleep in your bed with you. For pet lovers, like myself, I like having my cats sleep at the foot part of my mattress. These hairy children are part of my family. I f you feel the same way and would … Read more

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