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Forgiveness Can Have a Much Bigger Impact On Your Physiological Wellbeing Than You Ever Imagined

Forgiveness can have a much bigger impact on our wellbeing than originally thought. Now we all know that age old saying of ‘let that shit go’, which is a motto I personally whole heartedly live by, but boy is it one of the hardest things to do. Read up more below…

Post below taken from Goodnews Network and can be found here.

The Lesson: Do you find it difficult to forgive other people? Are you wondering why is it so difficult to go on with your life after something bad has happened to you? Once you have been hurt, the fear that you could be hurt again will always follow you – but in order to avoid letting this fear control your life, you need to stop running away from it and face it so as to make space for something greater and bigger in your life.

In this video, Vishen Lakhiani tells us why it is so important to forgive people, how can we practice forgiveness and what great effects this simple – but still difficult act of radical forgiveness – can have on our lives.

Forgiveness can have a much bigger impact

 

Notable Excerpt: “Sometimes, the world, the universe, God, or however you want to call it, gives you these moments of stress so you can rise above them … Michael Beckwith calls these kensho moments. Kensho moments are moments where you grow from pain. Something happens – maybe your health breaks down, you end up in a hospital – but you grow from that, you learn to appreciate your body. Another philosophy I think of is the phrase hurt people hurt people, which simply means that everybody who hurts you is doing it because at some level, they were hurt themselves. They were just passing it on, but you have the ability to cut that code and stop the hurt, so you don’t continue passing it on. Think about human history and how nations fight nations for generations, because of this crazy ideal that hurt people hurt people, but we can forgive, we can move on.”

The HostVishen Lakhiani is an entrepreneur, education technology innovator, speaker, investor, and philanthropist. He is also the founder and CEO of Mindvalley and the author of “The Code of the Extraordinary Mind”.

Podcast: The Mindvalley Podcast is available on StitcherApple Podcasts, and Google Play.

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Much love B x

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