The Forgiving Heart by Deborah Leigon, PhD, CHt


Do you know how it feels to have absolutely no negative judgment or criticism toward anyone or anything? To truly forgive everyone and everything you’ve ever encountered.

Take a moment right now to imagine how this might feel.

True forgiveness occurs only when we make no judgment whatsoever of any individual, deed, or situation. To act and feel as though any past transgressions never took place.

True forgiveness means having peace of mind about yourself as well as everything else in your life. Being content and at ease with your world. Feeling safe. Secure. Loved. Unafraid. Relaxed. Content. Unworried about yourself, other people, circumstances, or events. Trusting that you are exactly where you are meant to be, and all is well.

In short, true forgiveness means feeling good about yourself, your situation, and everyone you encounter during your life on this earth. Finding eternal peace.

Elizabeth Gilbert writes: “We don’t realize that, somewhere within us all, there does exist a supreme self who is eternally at peace.”

Eternal peace includes true forgiveness of self and others. Individuals who maintain this state have a FORGIVING HEART.

Isn’t it time to truly forgive yourself and others, and finally be at peace?


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