Forgiveness Heals the Heart

In this chaotic time we all bear the pain of regret, hurt, and betrayal. If we are to add to the healing rather than the pain, we must find the way to release the regrets and grudges of past hurts and betrayals. But how?

The deep place in our soul where the heart and mind meet contains a rich wisdom. We find the jewel of forgiveness in this sacred space. It is the presence that reveals the heart’s natural movement toward the freedom all human beings long for. This is your birthright, no matter what your race, color or creed.

Whomever you have not forgiven till now has been bonded to you through suffering. Forgiveness will set your heart free and at the same time liberate others.

This is what we all need, this is what the heart of our world needs now: forgiveness.

This video was recorded on January 18, 2020 with a public audience. This recording has been edited from original version.

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3 thoughts on “New Contribution to Spirituality: The Diamond Approach Path – OW-NCS-WI20”

  1. Thank you for this conversation about forgiveness, Karen. I have an issue that I’ve been working on for more than ten years, trying to get to the place of genuine forgiveness that I can feel in my body. What I saw during this talk was that I’ve been a little hard on myself because I still haven’t worked all the way through this. Also, you reminded me to keep asking for guidance and to trust in the bigger Self and the wisdom there. I feel relief in my body. Thank you!

  2. I’m still listening to your message. But, I needed to share how this particular topic is something that I directly dealing with. I opened a part of my past, of myself yesterday that I have not wanted to. In order for me to heal properly I need to do this. I appreciate your words and the timing of the message. Thank you!

  3. Speaking from my own experience, one of the greatest barriers to forgiveness is when the person who hurt you isn’t able to recognize the hurt they’ve caused so as to help heal. (And in saying this, I include the gamut of perceived egoic hurt all the way to severe abuse and wrongdoing.)

    At that point, one needs to (paradoxically) realize forgiveness for both oneself and one’s Self. It really is true that no one *consciously* hurts another.

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