I promise to love and forgive, in sickness and in health, till death do us part… so the line goes. Was this a sickness many of us ask ourselves, sometimes with deep emotional wounds of guilt and shame, curious if we have broken those sacred marriage vows?
Friends, if you are Innocent and I blame you for a crime that you have committed, you will take me to court and ask for Justice. If however, you are Guilty and I blame you for that crime, you will beg for Mercy. Innocent souls seek justice but those that are guilty ask for mercy. Is this however the case for those souls bestowed with anti-social personality disorders? Justice prevails for the innocent, but only if there is a court you can take the person to. Not only you may be a victim of a crime, but it is You that ends up asking for justice or begging for mercy preaching to deaf ears. There are no courts, no judges, no justice system and no legislation unfortunately when it comes down to lovefraud. You are all alone.
Since this is such a complicated subject, we are going to leave it alone and talk about the forgiveness from within, that is unlike the conventional concept of the forgiveness. Forgiveness is about You and not the other person. Watch this quick practice to learn more and find that inner peace and joy in your heart.
Here is the entire Self-Love and Healing video series – to start at the beginning, scroll to the bottom.