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Q: Why should I forgive?

Forgiveness is the freedom we give ourselves from the ongoing karmic effects of what has been set into motion. To forgive is not to excuse or absolve anything but to no longer stand under its crippling influence. Not forgiving is a choice to not grow, to remain crystalized in a former state of consciousness. You forgive in order to stand in your power.

Q: What if I don’t feel like forgiving?

Forgiveness is a choice. The more you don’t feel like it, the more you need to make the choice to forgive. All it takes is willingness. Life will handle the rest. If you are not willing to forgive, “Are you willing to be willing?” Not there yet? “Are you willing to be willing to be willing?” Go back as far as you need to go to find a place of willingness and start from there. This is especially true when you are the one that needs forgiveness.

Q: How often am I supposed to forgive?

How much do you want to be free? At what point is tying your identity to unwanted consequences more fulfilling than claiming victory? You are more resilient than your problems.

Q: When should I forgive?

Unconditional love is a state of perpetual forgiveness. Forgive upfront before things happen. Like love or gratitude Forgiveness is a state of consciousness. When you start your day with love or gratitude, you see beyond what you see. You see more goodness and you’re not as easily disturbed.

Q: How can I forgive the unforgiveable?

It's not your job to forgive the trespass. We ask the Divine to do that. We can only forgive ourselves and each other for missing the mark. “Sin” literally means missing the mark, like an archer that missed the target. We only pay attention to what was hit. Our focus needs to be getting to the truth we missed.

My question to you:
Are you willing to forgive?
Do you want to be free?

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For more insights: See the Letter “Forgiveness” in Your Deepest Intent, as revealed to Rev Deborah L. Johnson