Forgiveness Practice

Forgiveness Practice

Healing Tip

Healing Tip - Forgiveness Practice

 

Last week I was watching Australian Story on the ABC. This is our national broadcaster, here in Australia.

The woman featured was just 15 years old when her parents died within 6 weeks of each other.

Approximately 10 years later her younger sister was killed in a road accident caused by a drunken driver. Her aunt, who she was living with at the time, insisted she take a letter of forgiveness, written by the aunt, to this man in hospital.

It was the hardest thing she had ever been asked to do. She willed herself to do it. Upon reading the letter the man burst into tears. And this young woman experienced, first hand, the power of forgiveness. It released her from possibly years of bitterness.

Have you heard of the Ho’oponopono prayer?

According to Wikipedia it is “an ancient Hawaiian practice of reconciliation and forgiveness.” It was researched in the 1980s and the results were astounding! Dr. Hew Len, a clinical psychologist, was the first person to document and confirm proof of the healing miracles initiated by the Ho’oponopono prayer.

I Love You
Please forgive me or I forgive you
I am sorry
Thank you

It has the power to clear stress and unhappiness within families and communities. Can you try it today?

Can you try it today?

meditation tip

Nature is abundant

 

Meditation Tip

nature is abundant
We see abundance in nature everywhere. Just one oak tree can sprout a forest in 200 years.

Our minds are similarly abundant. It is said that we have 14,000 thoughts each day. And 6,500 ideas.

But some of them are just rubbish!

Regular meditation helps to sort the rubbish from the gems. Are you going to meditate today?

 

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chicken laughter

Chicken laughter

 

Ready for some really silly laughter?

Among those whom I like or admire, I can find no common denominator, but among those whom I love, I can: all of them make me laugh. — W. H. Auden