Produced by Journeys Inward Voice Artist: Asheida
Imagine being able to truly “forgive and forget.”
It may seem as though forgiving someone who has hurt you is like admitting defeat or letting them get away with something that should not have happened. But in truth, if you examine the issue, you will see that holding on to anger is only hurting you. The other person is probably not even aware that you are angry, and if they are, they probably don’t care. After all, if they were capable of hurting you without remorse in the first place, your lingering anger is probably just icing on the cake for them.
Anger and resentment are not only unpleasant emotions, but they are also dangerous to your health. The inability to forgive interferes with your ability to have healthy, happy relationships with the people who do care about you. If you think you are punishing someone else by not forgiving them, think again. You are only punishing yourself.
The important thing to remember is that forgiveness is not the same thing as condoning bad behavior. You should also not confuse forgiving someone with enabling them to continue behavior that is destructive to you. If they are not capable of treating you the way you deserve to be treated, keep your distance and even cut off the relationship completely if you need to. But you still need to forgive, because forgiveness is all about you.
When you are able to forgive, you release the pain and negative emotions that have continued to stew and grow well beyond the original hurt. You are making a statement to yourself that you do not deserve to be treated that way. You are allowing yourself to get on with your life and to feel a sense of inner peace rather than remaining consumed with anger and resentment. If you are not able to do this, you run the risk of transferring your anger and resentment beyond the person who hurt you to all people. You sabotage your ability to have rewarding relationships with anyone, and you become very difficult to be around because you are always angry and unable to let go of something one person did to you. The inability to forgive can quickly and easily ruin your life!
If you can’t seem to forgive someone who has hurt you, hypnosis can help. With the right suggestions and a shift in mindset, you can release yourself from the bonds of anger and resentment and live a happy, peaceful life.
This Self Hypnosis MP3 will help you
- Teach you to relax and no longer feel the pain of resentment.
- Think about a wrongdoing you have experienced without feeling angry or bitter anymore.
- Realize that you do not deserve to be treated badly.
- Release the negative emotions that you are hanging onto when you think of someone who has hurt you.
- Be able to feel the relief of forgiveness and see it as something that benefits you.
Download this Hypnosis MP3 and learn to forgive and forget. Release yourself once and for all from the pain of anger and resentment!