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NOW LIVE Podcast Episode 3
Listen To My Latest Podcast Episode: NOW LIVE Podcast Episode 3
In this episode, I talk first about the physics behind the process of forgiveness, and then share a practice you can use to generate and maintain a powerful field of compassion which can transform your relationship to people and situations from the past or in the present.
Here are some of the key points you'll learn:
I'lll share with you how...
There are things that require an even greater space to forgive.
The term 'sacred friend' was coined by His Holiness the Dalai Lama to describe those people or situations in life that are hardest to love and hardest to forgive.
Even though you may have consciously tried to forgive a sacred friend, for whatever reason, every time that person, or that situation, comes up in your mind, you feel that pinch of contraction inside yourself that tells you 'you are not yet free'.
A sacred friend can be another person. But it can also be a situation, or a condition.
In this episode, you'll learn why having a sacred friend is a major spiritual opportunity, and that with the help of the Power that’s breathing you, you can forgive anything. The grace of being able to forgive actually comes from this Power within you.
In fact, the greater the seeming adversity or obstacle to forgiveness, the greater the benefit to us when we dissolve it.
We can ...
Self-forgiveness is the beginning of true self-love and self-compassion.
In this episode, you'll learn why many of us carry a substantial amount of baggage when it comes to our self-esteem, and how forgiving yourself heals inner divisions. Here are some of the highlights:
Some people live ninety years, and others live one year ninety times. The difference is that those living their years to the fullest are living their dreams. We are all capable of living our dream lives when we open ourselves up to possibilities and opportunities.
We have been trained to look at conditions to determine what the opportunities and possibilities are for our lives, though these conditions can be limiting when viewed with just the five senses. When we live outside the standard senses and use intuition, imagination, and perception, we are able to more clearly see our heart’s desires and the dreams that will bring us the happiness we yearn for. We all have an inner voice, but it is not one of reason or logic. It is the voice of guidance. This voice may not make sense to anyone else, but it is always there to help us recognize and nurture the thoughts that build dreams of our very own, which are a completely unique expression of the energy of our Soul.
Forgiveness can free us from reactive patterns that prevent us from gleaning true wisdom from an experience.
Instead of running to the opposite extreme in reaction to a hurt we’ve suffered in order to avoid being hurt again, we can learn to expand and to grow in love. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong and spiritually mature.
So, how do we forgive the deepest hurts? The ones that feel so personal. How do we deal with the deepest wounds and the things that seem unforgivable, even diabolical?
This is where the rubber meets the road, spiritually speaking.
In this episode, I'll share with you a proposition that can enable you to forgive anything. Plus, you'll learn:
« My heart is like a glorious grand piano, but the lid is locked, and the key is lost. »
I love to sing, always have, and did musicals from a young age. Singing has always been a barometer of connectedness for me, and I often noticed that the quality of my voice and whether I was singing ‘well’ or not was always more related to how I was feeling as a person than how good my technique was. This always made me a little precarious with regard to performing as a singer, because inside I knew that if I was feeling unsure or insecure, it would affect my voice. But I started as a performer, and did a lot of musicals growing up and all the way through school.
Welcome to the first in a series about the Grace of Forgiveness.
You'll learn about
I'll also give you 3 key points to help you work through any resistance you may have to forgiving something or someone, even if you don't believe they deserve your forgiveness.
We don’t always know what our life’s purpose or journey is supposed to be, or we may have so many dreams that we are overwhelmed with them all. However, one thing is for sure: if we are feeling restless or discontented, we are not living our dreams! Feelings of discontent and longings for something else, even when we don’t know for sure toward what we are being drawn, are actually calls from God to pursue our greater good. We discover true desire by first noticing discontent.
When you experience discontent or feel restless and you’re not sure why, don’t shut it out just because you don’t know what it means. When you shut off your yearnings you become numb and paralyzed to create something more interesting. Bring those inner rumblings to the front of your mind for examination. These rumblings are nudging you toward a more meaningful existence and urging you not to settle for mediocrity. By opening yourself up to them for examination, you are...
Smilingly I reassured her : « I promise you I’m of sound mind and I’m sure of my decision. »
She did not look convinced.
I could hardly blame her. At that point, my hair was long to below my shoulders. I could see anxious thoughts flitting through her mind, as she imagined me wailing loudly, tear-stained and remorseful, my long locks strewn on the floor around her styling chair, and writing a terrible review on Yelp. She appeared to need some support, so I took her hand and chirped, « It’ll be fun! »
First she gave me a really cute boy cut, clearly hoping to sell me on moderation. I complemented her work, and then asked her to shave it off. She did a short lap around...
Good news: you get to choose what kind of life you are going to live.
Some people live ninety years; some people live one year ninety times. You can live a life ruled by discontent and unsettledness, or you can live a life overflowing with abundance.
What kind of life are you willing to live?
Step 1: Ask yourself whether you are willing to live in abundance.
There are two houses, one with electricity and one without. The wires are available to them both, but only those in the lit house have figured out how to hook themselves up. Those in the lit house are not “lucky.” They are simply plugged into the laws of electricity.
In the same way, people who achieve success in life are not lucky. Wellbeing and a sense of full aliveness are not accidental. Everything works according to Law. The people who live in an ever-improving state of wellbeing do things a certain way. They have learned the secrets of the universal law, and they practice them with ever-greater skill...