True Forgiveness

Posted by Sallie Justice | Posted on 10-19-2021

Do you consider yourself friendly? How about helpful? Are you a good communicator?

If so, then you probably have the first level of the Peach Power of Sharing locked in. 

So let’s look a little deeper. What happens when you’re angry with someone for a perceived slight, or you feel hurt, or pushed away?

Are you still friendly, helpful and a good communicator? Or does the grudge you’re carrying suppress those traits?

One of the beautiful strengths inherent in the Power of Sharing is the ability to forgive. This is the aspect of this Power we want to talk about today. If you’ve ever noticed how the little grudges you’re holding on to make you feel less than friendly with others, then you’ve seen how these concepts connect.

Those little grudges can siphon off a lot of your life energy leaving you drained and feeling anything but ‘peachy’. Here are some cues that your Power of Sharing could use some strengthening:

  • You’ve lost good friendships because you couldn’t figure out how to forgive and move forward after something ‘went down’.
  • You find yourself acting fake when you see your boss or that neighbor you had a run-in with, smiling on the outside, but seething on the inside.
  • Sometimes you punish your spouse by not talking to them or withholding love when you’re angry with them…occasionally turning a small disagreement into a full-blown argument.
  • You ‘forgive’ someone because you know you should (it’s the spiritual thing to do) or because you need to in order to get by (like a boss), but in fact you’re stomach is tight or you feel tense or angry whenever you see that person.
  • You’re still processing with your therapists all the anger and resentment you feel about how your family treated you when you were young.
  • You beat yourself up for all the things you think you could’ve done better or differently….how you’ve handled your money, how you’ve treated your health, how you treat your kids, etc.

“Unforgiveness is the poison you drink every day
hoping that the other person will die.”

~Debbie Ford


What’s a quick and easy way


to free up your energy?



Forgiveness is not about condoning another’s hurtful actions, it’s about allowing the past to be what it was for you, and to choose to not bring your negative feelings and perceptions about it forward any longer.

Otherwise you keep yourself chained to those events or people –
you keep it alive within you – and you carry it with you wherever you go.

It’s a very heavy burden to carry around and you end up
crippling yourself emotionally, mentally, spiritually and physically. And the only way to lighten your load is your decision to lay it down and move forward.


 Forgive yourself and others and reconnect


with your warm and friendly nature.


Tap into your Power of Sharing – it will make your life so much easier!

  • You’ll heal old friendships and keep the current ones healthy and happy.
  • You won’t develop ulcers from the unresolved grudges burning inside, and when you see those people you used to have anger toward you’ll feel peace and freedom, and be able to be real with them.
  • You’ll find loving ways to get through those difficult moments with your spouse quickly and without creating unnecessary damage.
  • You won’t forgive someone ‘because you should’. You’ll forgive because it feels better than hanging on to the hurt.
  • Those victim stories of your childhood will transform and the resentment blocking you from having a totally loving relationship with your family will melt away.
  • You’re confidence will go up, the misery will go down, and your health and sleep will improve because you’ll be less judgmental and more accepting of your actions and choices. 

Wake up the Power of Sharing


in your life this week


with the following exercise!


1) To help strengthen your Peach connection, take a few drops of Sharing Vibrancy Essence, if you have a bottle. (You can order it HERE!).

2) Next, saturate your thoughts with these affirmations:

I share with others.

I am friendly, helpful and communicate easily.

I enrich other’s lives with my practical advice.

I am forgiving.

3) Who is one person you’ve never been able to forgive? Someone that did something, said something, didn’t do something, didn’t say something, or in some fashion crossed one of your personal boundaries. “No more,” you said. And out of your life they went. (Keep in mind this might even be a part yourself!) But likely, not out of your mind.

4) Here is a little exercise to help this person pass through your mind more easily from here forward:

  • In a quiet uninterrupted moment, bring the person you haven’t forgiven to mind.
  • Where in your body do you notice feeling the most pain or hurt associated with this person? Place your hand on that area.
  • Soothe that area for a while with the warmth of your hand.
  • Assure this area of your body that you will protect and care for it going forward. You will do this by providing it with  feeling experiences of love and empathy. The past was what it was, but from here forward, you agree to choose thoughts about this person that will generate those more positive feelings.
  • Thank your body for carrying this burden for so long, and thank this person for giving you the opportunity to learn how to lighten the load on your mind, body and spirit so that you have more energy for sharing freely with others.


Here’s to releasing those


grudges and forgiving easily!

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