Forgiveness stops a subtle violence

Grudges are hurtful burdens to oneself and the “other”.

Forgiveness is related to the yoga yama of ahimsa or non-violence.

To hold on to a grudge is to hold on to subtle violent acts against oneself and another/others.

To forgive is ahimsa, to cease the hurtful essential.

It’s to stop the act of hurting one’s self and the “other.”

To let go of a grudge is to free one self of a burden that hurts, that upholds the illusions of separation.

It is letting go, it is freedom, its letting wholeness come about…

It is giving inner peace and clarity a space within one’s self…

I wish this for my most beloveds, for me, and for you all.

#grudges #forgiveness #freedom #peace #forgive #ahimsa #letgo

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