“In theory there is no difference between theory and practice. In practice there is.” – Yogi Berra
Daily Nugget of Gold 1289
We talked about how important it is to forgive if we want the absolute best response from The Law of Attraction. We think the best way to look at this is to think of what we want most in life. We appreciate true friendship, loving relationships, financial freedom, a rich, rewarding Spiritual life and more. These are the high standards which would bring greater happiness and joy into our lives, aren’t they? The law of attraction isn’t hard to understand, think of it as a mirror. If we feel truly loving, it reflects true love back to us. If we feel wealthy and think the thoughts a wealthy person would think and feel, it will reflect back to us wealth. This is the reason we want to work harder on that space between our ears than anywhere else. We want to work to become pure in ourselves and our intentions, for that’s where the highest rewards will begin flowing to us.
So how do we get great at forgiveness? The same way we get great at anything. We believe most people are satisfied with merely saying “I forgive him” and pretending that it doesn’t hurt anymore. Unfortunately, we cannot fool The Law of Attraction into giving us pure good if what we are putting out in vibes isn’t pure. The impurity of our being is the only thing we can receive in return for such half-butted efforts.
As we say the words “I forgive you” why not picture in our minds a rope we have in our hands. Imagine there’s some tension on that rope. Now let go. That’s it. See that in your mind, move your thoughts to only positive things about that person if you think about them at all. Let it go, feel the tension released at that moment, and love that feeling. That’s the feeling of complete and utter freedom.
Make forgiving everyone for everything they may have done to harm you, intentional or not, a daily bedtime habit. Forgive yourself fully and completely too, for your shortcomings and failures. Picture in your mind letting go, and then feel the joy that moment is about. Do this again and again, and don’t let a day go by without doing this at least once.
We have a little bit more to pass on to you about this which is from Doctor Murphy’s book, but start today in practicing forgiveness. The practice which takes place solely in our minds, especially at bedtime will resonate in our Soul. That’s what the law responds to. That and nothing else.
Question of the Day to Ask Ourselves
“How can I forgive myself most effectively?”
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