The Radical Approach to Forgiveness



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http://windsorlindor.com/purposedrivenaudio.htmlI believe true wholeness is the foundation of our being, nothing can oppose us and we are responsible for the creation of conflict, interpersonal difficulties, resistance, tension and fear in our life. Why? Because it can be suggested and I agree that what arises as an adversary in our life comes from within us. With this in mind, it is important to see the relationship between thoughts of fear, lack and the inability to let go of the past and how they manifest themselves as experiences, appearing as if someone or something is against us. A call for us to take 100% responsibility for our fear-based actions and the hurt they may have caused. True, the hurt that may be filling our heart is real. The pain is tangible. Our heart aches. To release this difficulty and let go of that experience, we may want to find out what is creating this difficulty and the underlying condition that is preventing us from rejuvenating our life and letting go of the pain.

We may also want to accept that we cannot experience wholeness without letting go of the past through a radical approach to forgiveness. We cannot experience inner peace when we choose not to bring healing to the wounded parts of us. It is time to let go of the past, and it involves a radical approach to forgiveness and moving on. Think about it! Lack of forgiveness will hold us back and cause us to become spiritually stagnant. True, the world is a place of opposites and competing tensions, these forces are not a power over us.
The interpersonal difficulties are dynamic energies within which we can move authentically and appropriately, so long as we remember that we are a spiritual being having a human experience. Thus, as a spiritual being these forces are not against us. However, when we find ourselves in conflict, with interpersonal difficulties, resistance, tension and fear, we are called to examine how we choose to interpret our life experience. Perhaps this is our major contribution to the quality of our life.
Our explanations, assumptions and judgments mediate how we relate to any given situation. It is also true, if we are holding on to old hurts, resentments and pain, we will be drained and without a radical approach to forgiveness we will continue to relive our past, stuck in revengeful thinking, angered in muck and experience emotional freeze points. 
With these experiences, we can't possibly be directing energy toward a positive future. We can't possibly manifest the unique vision of success that we are meant to live (A life of Happiness, Satisfaction and Significance). We can't possibly be free to be Fully Human.
 

As for me, I choose to look at forgiveness from a radical approach and the point of view that, if I let go and move on, my mind is clear to concentrate on what I desire in life. With true, heart-felt forgiveness:
  • I am free to be fully human. 
  • I am free to choose what I want and need to do to take care my 'Self'.
  • I am committed to acting from the awareness that I am  100% the source of my reality.
  • I attend to my daily spiritual food, such as peace of mind, love, compassion, grace, courage, wisdom, beauty, harmony, joy and laughter.
  • I eliminate the dysfunctional thought patterns and free myself from constantly re-experiencing the emotional pain from the past.

The radical approach to forgiveness is an approach that can help us to develop the implementation of a caring decision that will lead us from grief, regrets and resentment into forgiveness, self-acceptance, loving kindness and inner peace. From this place, we will find our life matters with a Love that forgives and whispers, "I do Love You." <Read More




Written By: Windsor Lindor
CEO, Executive Coach & Project Manager
  © 2016 - Windsor Lindor Consulting LLC All Rights Reserved.



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