Everybody Talks About the Importance of doing it

But do you know what the word actually means?

OK, so I don’t know what it means…can I come out of the corner.

 According to an article with a video from John Hopkins Medical in a series about healthy aging entitled Forgiveness: Your Health Depends on It, the opposite unforgiveness is a huge contributor to any number of health issues such as high blood pressure and heart attacks and blocks healing of myriad diseases all leading to premature death!
Importance we assume, but something that came to me while working with a psychiatrist’s patients who were of a particular religious belief system, was what the word forgive meant in the original language and in which provides the most effective way to get maximum benefits from forgiving.

HINT: If you say, “I have forgiven her/him/them, but I cannot forget what he/she/they did” …according to the original language, you have NOT forgiven and not only is unforgiveness hanging around creating all sorts of emotional, mental and physical challenges, but according to one context in which it was used in an ancient text, you can’t live in the power and presence of God’s forgiveness that has already been provided.

Has that registered in you? God has already forgiven you for anything and everything, according to the original language of the text, but if you haven’t forgiven others you cannot live in the power and presence of God’s forgiveness.

Forgetting while remembering

Having a bad memory can be helpful after you forgive.

Okay, so let’s get down to what the word means and how, TODAY, you can forgive and be forgiven. The word in the original language is actually two words the first meaning to send away with force and violence. The other word means to release, let go – allow it to leave.

The following is an accurate translation into today’s English: “When you stand praying toward God, if you are holding onto anger and unforgiveness against another because of harming you, form a picture in your mind of taking that unforgiveness and anger and lifting it into the air with your arms and throwing it violently down into the sea. Let it go; for if you do not send it away forcibly and release it, God will not hear your praying and you will not live in his ‘forgiveness.’”

If you are causing yourself emotional, mental and physical harm by judging others, especially if you believe in the ancient warning, “judge not or you will be judged,” you have just found the way of escape to Vital Health, forgive in the way it was written thousands of years ago.

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