Forgiveness – What Serves Your Highest Good

Nourished Life

My previous post introduced you to a first step in cultivating forgiveness. In that post, I suggested that instead of looking at any perceived harmful situation or person as needing your forgiveness, you looked at it as letting go of what is not serving your highest good.

The beauty in looking at forgiveness in this manner is that you will see the situation that has hurt you or the person that has hurt you wrapped up in love rather than anger – eventually. When we work on letting go of the things or people that are no longer serving our highest good, we are focused on what is currently serving us. The beauty in our immediate lives, what supports us, who supports us, what we need to invest in in order to have a nourished life.

When we are in the midst of loss, grief or illness, feelings are compounded…

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