Researchers report forgiving someone for a transgression is less stressful to the body than holding a grudge. Whereas holding onto bitterness, unforgiveness affects the healing rates of cardiovascular patients and their overall sense of wellness. (WebMD) When we let go and forgive, we untie attachments. When we untie attachments to this person, place or thing, […]
There will come a time: when we recognize who and what really matters, who and what never did, and who and what always will when our thoughts are heart directed and our actions love directed when we live authentically and courageously, not fearful of our vulnerability when we acknowledge we are one and what affects […]
And, the day came when you knew your heart was healed. How will you know? You will know when you no longer have the need to talk about your past hurts and disappointments. For then, you know you have let go of the past and forgiven. This could be that day, listen.
When we practice mindful living, we are conscious of our triggers. Triggers are emotions we pack deep inside. They are associated with thoughts, feelings and traumas of past experiences carried from place to place and person to person. As 2017 comes to a close, take time to look inside your heart and see what emotional baggage you are carrying. Then, decide to embrace, feel and let go of the […]