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Why Forgiveness?

How to make peace in your heart and allow yourself to move on with your life

What is Forgiveness?

What Forgiveness is NOT?

Why use Hypnosis for Forgiveness?

What is the process of Forgiveness?

Forgiveness - Do It For YOU

Forgiveness Healing - The Process


Why Forgiveness?

Like many people now perhaps you are one of those who came at a certain point in their life and realized that they are stuck, and want to get unstuck, move on, move ahead. But as if something holds them up, stops their development, blocks their way, holds them in place, like a dark cloud over your head, constantly there, present and with you the entire time, even when you are seemingly happy. This feeling is there and it stems from the past, from the hurt back then, rooting way beyond we could realize if would impact us in the future. DON'T YOU WANT to become happy and make others happy too?

What you realize now is:

  • that you are angry, frustrated, fearful because you were hurt
  • feel the feeling of guilt
  • slipped into a pattern like behavior where bad stuff repeats itself over and over
  • the feelings of various fears overwhelm you often
  • you are in the survival mode unable to enjoy life
  • perhaps adding to it a self-destructive behavior
  • unable to put things in a perspective

How to make peace with your past, and allow yourself to move on with your life.

You are now willing to look at your situation and do something about it, you have had enough of the stuck, you want to move on with your life and begin to create happiness. Something each of us deserves - peace in mind and at heart, joy, hope, future and healing. Now allow yourself to:

  • acknowledge that you were hurt

  • get rid of guilt

  • stop playing a victim

  • unload your anger and indignation

  • recognize that in spite of all you are a strong and compassionate person

  • put the past in the perspective, leave it where it belongs - in the PAST

  • stop repeating patterns, allow happiness to enter your life


What is Forgiveness?

Forgiveness is the action or process of ceasing to feel resentment or anger against another person for an offence or mistake, or ceasing to demand punishment or restitution. Forgiveness may be considered simply in terms of the feelings of the person who forgives, or in terms of the relationship between the forgiver and the person forgiven. In some contexts, it may be granted without any expectation of compensation, and without any response on the part of the offender (for example, one may forgive a person who is dead). In practical terms, it may be necessary for the offender to offer some form of apology or restitution, or even just ask for forgiveness, in order for the wronged person to believe they are able to forgive.

Forgiveness is a feeling and it stays with you. Forgiveness is an ongoing healing process. Forgiveness is an internal process, no one can do it for you, and no one can make you do it. You only do it when you realize you need it. With hypnotherapy you can allow yourself to realize your great potential much sooner and much more successfully in a safe environment of a qualified hypnotherapist.

Forgiveness is letting go of the intense emotion attached to incidents in your past. Even if you don't remember and don't realize that that is what happened, those incidents, words and events which happened in the past, as well as your responses are vividly alive in your subconscious memories.

Forgiveness is recognizing that we no longer NEED our grudges and resentments, our hatred and self-pity, because it does  not make us happy to be that way. We no longer need to be the victim.

Forgiveness is no longer wanting to punish the people who hurt us.

Forgiveness is accepting that nothing we can do to punish them will heal us.

Forgiveness is no longer wanting to punish ourselves with the feelings of guilt and anger.

Forgiveness is freeing up the energy held by anger and grudge, resentment nursing unhealed wounds. Once the energy is released, we can begin to understand and develop the better parts of ourselves, step into and stay on the path of love and compassion.

Forgiveness is moving on with our life, allowing the blocks to be removed and allowing the happiness to enter our life. Create a healthy lifestyle with real emotional well-being, openness to the world and healthy responses to the life and the people around us.

Letting the pain go, letting the offenders be and accepting the new way of perceiving the hurt, forgiving and moving one gives you a feeling of liberation and as if the wings grow for you, gives you energy to become happy and feeling content and then become able to make others happy.

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Psychological theories about forgiveness

In the last few decades, forgiveness has received attention from social psychologists. Although there is no consensual psychological definition of this concept in the research literature, many researchers assume that forgiveness is related to a pro-social change in interpersonal motivations towards another person who has committed an offense. Specifically, three changes in motivations are thought to occur when someone forgives an offender:

  • An increase in motivation to act in ways that benefit the offender or the relationship with the offender.
  • A decrease in motivation to take revenge on the offender.
  • A decrease in motivation to avoid the offender.

Other non-religious views about forgiveness

Some believe the choice of forgiveness is only properly exercised if forgiveness is requested or earned or sincere apology and that such forgiveness often requires some sort of promise that the offending act or behavior will not be repeated. Forgiveness under these circumstances would remain conditioned upon the actions or words of the perceived wrongdoer.

Others believe that forgiveness is a decision the forgiver makes to let go of resentment held in the forgiver's mind of a perceived wrong or difference, either actual or imagined. As the choice of forgiveness is made in the mind of the forgiver, it can be made about any resentment, whether toward another, oneself, a group, a situation or even one's God. Forgiveness of another can be granted with or without the other asking for forgiveness, and that forgiveness does not entail affirmatively condoning the wrong or difference that occasioned the resentment.

Another view is that forgiveness is a gift the forgiver gives to oneself and/or the perceived wrongdoer to free their respective minds of resentment and guilt. Such forgiveness does not require repentance, contrition or any other form of "payment" from the forgiven. The act of forgiveness has merit in and of itself and can stand alone without condition and therefore outside control of the perceived wrongdoer’s behavior. As a gift to oneself forgiveness allows the person granting forgiveness the opportunity to overcome some hurt or emotional turmoil by offering closure and the ability to move on from the perceived situation or circumstance that merited an act of forgiveness. As a gift to the forgiven it provides a clearing for the forgiven to overcome the guilt, shame, stigma or other negative effects of their action or inaction that merited forgiveness. Forgiveness of this nature is sometimes referred to as a selective remembering, whereby one focuses only upon love or loving thoughts and lets go of negative thoughts.

Studies show that people who forgive are happier and healthier than those who hold resentments. One study has shown that the positive benefit of forgiveness is similar whether it was based upon religious or secular counseling as opposed to a control group that received no forgiveness counseling.

What Forgiveness is NOT

  • Forgiveness is not forgetting.
  • Forgiveness is not condoning.
  • Forgiveness is not absolution.
  • Forgiveness is not a form of self-sacrifice.
  • Forgiveness is not a one-time clear cut decision.

Myths and Illusions about NOT forgiving

The illusion that if you do not forgive you could still have a perfect life. On the opposite, Not forgiving is keeping the wound unhealed and it re-opens every time when the pattern repeats.

The illusion of being good and then all bad goes away. AS if Not forgiving helps you define who you are. You are a victim of some injustice.

The illusion of power, as if by Not Forgiving you have power over the hurt if you keep it alive in your mind prison, making it omnipotent and omnipresent.

The illusion that you won't be hurt again. AS if Not forgiving allows you to protect yourself from being hurt again, possible pain and as if not forgiving give you power of choices.


What is the process of Forgiveness?

The process of forgiveness through hypnosis in a safe environment of and hypnotist, your chosen hypnotic guide, well trained and certified spiritual leader in a hypnotherapist's office involves a hypnotic session during which meditative hypnotic state is facilitated by your hypnotherapist, in hypnosis you are prompted treframe the perceptions into positive  through specific pleasant and safe hypnotic techniques. This sessions are recommended for all. It is easy and effortless and absolutely beneficial for you just as hypnosis is in general. The session(s) (usually 1-2) are highly confidential and facilitated by a qualified specialist only. The outcome of one such session can change your life to allowing you to move on in life beyond the feelings of resentment and without condoning just find peace in your heart, and make you feel so much lighter as if the weight has been lifted off your shoulders, that had been there your entire life.


Forgiveness - Do It For YOU

Think about this. In all the years you have been harboring resentment and holding grudges, has anyone who hurt you ever once offered you an apology and somehow compensated you for the injury? Have they relieved you pain? Have you come to peace in your heart thinking about that hurt? The good times you missed during the suffering? And all the years you wanted to "make up for it" wanted them to "make it up to you" kept your wounds from healing.

Now you can change this, now you can change the whole life by allowing the peace into your mind and compassion into your heart. Changing yourself for Yourself for the joy, serenity and peace, understanding and laughter, the brighter future, and the better lifestyle. You benefit from it and this is why you forgive.

Why use Hypnosis for Forgiveness?

Hypnosis is the fastest way you can achieve these goals. In talk therapy one can spend years and years, and not achieve a specific result. In hypnotherapy the results are obvious and achievable within weeks. One can learn a few hypnosis techniques and attain the forgiveness on a regular basis as part of healing  cleansing. More about Hypnosis click here.


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Forgiveness Is Healing Process

Healing through forgiveness is a personal process and it is highly influenced by the following:
  • specific ways you were hurt
  • who hurt your
  • how young you were when you were hurt like this the first time
  • how you reacted to the hurt
  • your present circumstances - both positive and negative aspects of your lifestyle, resources, emotional support and insight, as well as your spiritual preparation and training and experience.
  • your own personal vision of your future, your inner peace and your own wishes.
  • Your own willingness to get better

7 Stages of Healing:

  1. Denial
  2. Self-Blame
  3. Victim play, Pain, suffering, defensiveness.
  4. Blaming of Others
  5. Indignation, anger, resentment.
  6. Forgiveness - Forgiveness of Self, Forgiveness of Others.
  7. Acceptance and Integration - starting a new life, healing the wounds, letting it go, putting the past into the past. Survivor stage, return to compassion and understanding, sense of humor, regaining your strengths.

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Suggested Reading Cal Banyan, The Secret Language of Feelings

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