The Four Spiritual Laws of Prosperity Day 33 Chapter 8 Open Your Heart

Opening our heart is not hard for us unless they have hurt us over and over. We discuss the difference in opening our heart and inviting the person back into our space. It’s not always easy to invite people back into our heart after they have hurt us over and over. Is it enough to forgive and not hold a grudge?

How do you deal with people who have hurt you? Do you let them back into your heart?

I’ve spent a lot of time figuring out how to set boundaries between myself and those who hurt me and although I can forgive, I’m not sure I’m ready to let them back into my heart – at least not as completely as I’ve done in the past. However, I do feel that I need to make a lot of progress in how I let those I don’t know so well, and yet judge, back into my heart after my judgement has shut them out.

Lizabeth gets emotional as she talks about letting her son into her heart again. We aren’t quite sure where the line should be drawn and would love to hear your input.

We share a story that we heard at Church about a man holding a rope that someone has placed in our hands and then jumped off the bridge. The man is left holding the rope and the responsibility for the other man’s life. Are you holding a rope? If so, who’s hanging at the end of your rope? Or, are you on the end of the rope that someone else is holding for you? A good story that you won’t want to miss.

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