The Four Spiritual Laws of Prosperity Day 20 Chapter 7 Making Forgiveness a Daily Practice

We discuss forgiveness again today. We talk about the different techniques that Edwene mentions in her book and the techniques that have worked for us.

What techniques do you use to help you forgive? Is this easy for you? Or is it hard?

Our emotions are good things. They are indicators. When we experience fear or anger or pain, it’s our heart, mind and body – and the Universe – telling us that something is not right. It may be something with us or something with someone else that is not right, but the emotion indicates that something is going on. The emotions need to be worked through and released or the energy will be stored or blocked somewhere in the body.

Forgiveness will make physical changes in the body. Unforgiveness causes stress and physical illness. It’s hard on our bodies.

You will have to forgive us for the background noise in today’s video. Our air conditioner was out and the noise you hear is the ceiling fan above the camera.

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Comments

  1. Vivian Miller says:

    This was a great video. I had to do a training today with the other tutors and there is one woman who has been an annoyance since I met her. When I describe her behavior I will say I feel irrelevant in her presence. Its as if there is no conversation unless she initiates it. She is a whiner and complainer or braggadocious. One of my teachers in The Course in Miracles said when we find a fault in someone, say “Just like me.” So do I sometimes treat people as if they are irrelevant. Yes. Do I sometimes brag on my kids or there worldwide travels? Yes. I don’t hold anything against her (I don’t think) but I just don’t like her. What can I do about this? Rhetorical question.

    I can be warm and congenial to her. That is all I can do. I don’t want to be friends with her or participate in her gossip sessions in the teacher’s lounge. She is a retiree from the post office and one of her co-workers who is also a retiree from P.O. said she was very difficult to get along with and extremely moody. I will work on it. I don’t need everyone to like me, but I will work on it. I don’t want to be her friend. o.k. I’ll work on it. I will pray for everything for her–health, happiness and prosperity. I’ll still work on it.

    • I worked with a lady about 15 years ago that EVERYBODY had a problem with, me included. Everyday I would go in and she had foul words to say, a complaint about everything and at the very least, she didn’t smile at all. Naturally she drew from people exactly what she was putting out. I put up with it for a long time. I kept saying to myself that one day someone would show her who she truly was and her attitude would change. After waiting a while, I decided that someone could be and probably should be, me.

      I decided to be the one person who would treat her differently. I made a point to smile and say good morning or good evening. I would smile when I noticed her and I made it a priority to find something nice to say to her daily. I did this everyday, without fail, for FOUR years. At the end of that four years, she was promoted and moved to another office out of town. She left, never saying thank you, acknowledging my efforts or changing her attitude. It didn’t matter to me. I did what I was called to do.

      About 6 months after she left, she returned for a brief visit. She brought with her the same attitude. I said good morning and smiled. I told her I was glad to see her and hoped she was doing well. Later that same day, I was called into the supervisors office. I had no idea why. I entered and there she sat with my immediate boss and his boss. I began to get nervous.

      She turned to me and said, “You were the only one that ever spoke to me with kindness while I was here. I am sorry that I couldn’t say thank you then, but I want to thank you now. It meant everything to me and was my lifeline for those years. I was going through a really rough time and I was not nice but it didn’t seem to matter to you. I saw God in you here even when I couldn’t find him anywhere else.”

      Those words meant the world to me. It was more than any reward that I could have been given. I was given a piece of paper to put in my file to acknowledge the “service” I had given, but it meant nothing. The smile she gave me was like a smile from the face of God. In all actuality, it was exactly that.

      I told you all of that because I didn’t want to be her friend either. She and I mixed like oil and water but I think we are called in moments like this to hold the space for God. To be the change. Pray about this person. You will be guided to your role in her life.

  2. Vivian Miller says:

    I think something is better than nothing. do what you can when you can, is good.

    I cannot proceed with my day without watching the videos everyday, but I don’t have babies or little kids to manage so I have flexibility.

  3. Donna Sutton says:

    I don’t get to watch your feeding frenzy every day , but I sure do enjoy it when I can. Keep up the good work.

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