Forgiveness Practice

Forgiveness brings inner joy and inner peace. Forgiveness is a golden key to living a healthy and happy life. Follow this simple “Say Hello” formula:

Dear soul mind body of my _________ (name one aspect of your life that requires forgiveness),
I love you.
You have the power to bless and nourish yourself.
Do a great job.
Thank you.

Dear Divine and Tao,
Please forgive my ancestors and me for all mistakes we have made in all lifetimes.
In order to receive your forgiveness I will serve unconditionally.
To anyone I have hurt in any lifetime, I deeply apologize.
Please forgive me.
To anyone who has hurt me in any lifetime, I offer complete forgiveness.

Then chant or sing repeatedly:

I forgive you
You forgive me
Bring love, peace and harmony
Bring love, peace and harmony

I love my heart and soul
I love all humanity
Join hearts and souls together
Love, peace and harmony
Love, peace and harmony

Chant or sing sincerely from your heart for 15 minutes. It is recommended that you do two 15-minute forgiveness practices each day.

If there is one quality that integrates wisdom traditions of the East and West, it is the deep appreciation of the fundamental importance of love and compassion for human life, and by extension, the world. Written by a Master Healer and Teacher, with the assistance of two of his colleagues, Greatest Love gracefully outlines practical strategies for using our minds to foster unconditional love for ourselves, humanity, and the planet. We are introduced to ancient Chinese wisdom such as Tian Ren He Yi which means "the big universe and human beings join as one." Though Western science has yet to understand and research some of the conclusions and recommendations expressed in this book, the beauty lies in the fact that such visionary science can be conducted in the future. The authors honor and celebrate the trinity of soul, heart, and love.