When you haven’t forgiven those who’ve hurt you, you turn your back against your future. When you do forgive, you start walking forward.
July 25, 2013 | 1 Comment
Tony Lobl is a Christian Science practitioner and a blogger on the relationship between consciousness and health, and how spirituality plays a role in bringing out more harmony in people’s lives. His blog is The Connection. He is also a media and legislative liaison for Christian Science in the UK and Ireland.
In addition to this work, Tony really values the many opportunities he has had to travel overseas and meet many interesting people. He and his wife Jenny spent 10 years enjoying Boston in the USA before returning to their much-loved home town of London in 2002.
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Here is an excerpt:
Forgiveness, it seems, is becoming increasingly fashionable.
At least in theory.
From yoga teachers to self-help books and from research papers to seminars on consciousness, the benefits of forgiveness are being widely trumpeted – it’s not only good for the soul, it’s also good for the health.
However, many are finding it’s easier said than done. When that inner voice of resentment clings doggedly to even a casual slight from a relative or colleague, then what hope is there when facing a real crisis?
If the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak, it can be useful to have a role model that can help us enlarge the parameters of what we perceive to be possible….