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dmtevolver 09-12-2014 09:20 PM

Forgiveness and Acceptance
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Forgiveness and Acceptance
by Stuart Wilde

Some people don’t need redemption, they believe they are perfect, the rest of us need as much redemption as we can get our podgy little hands on. But in order to have forgiveness and acceptance you need to offer it to others. If you can’t, then you are stuck. Often the hurt you felt was just people acting in a different way to the way you decreed. Their crime wasn’t really a crime, they just contradicted your ego and went the other way. Or their crime was a crime and they ripped you off but if you get stuck on it you never evolve.

It’s vital to go past the old stuff because it just that “old”. It was where you found yourself in the past. Your energy was lower, you were less evolved, and things happened. The idea that one person is guilty and another innocent is an old fashioned way of seeing light and dark, nowadays we know everyone is a shade of gray. The innocent are partly responsible, the guilty might have been provoked and so forth. If you got ripped off why did you pull that person and those circumstances into your life? That is the question and that is the lesson to be learned.

We are all moving to a new higher way of thinking and to do so the old has to fall away. If like me, you have been beaten up mercilessly in this life time, if you have faced a solid wall of antagonistic forces, like I have, you will know how extraordinary mercy feels — the gift of it. Well, the war against the ghouls is over, we’ve won! You can have your respite, your mercy, your second chance — you deserve it, because you held fast. But first, what mercy will you now offer? We have to accept the world and love them as we find them, as we wish to be loved and accepted unconditionally as well.

That doesn’t mean you have to condone criminality or vote for war and the Republicans, those are larger issues. But on a personal level don’t judge people. Allow the heroin addict to shoot heroin, he might be scared or sick or both, have compassion for his humanity. Allow the ugly neighbor to be ugly, allow the demented boss to be demented, allow your “ex” to be who they are, let them go, you didn’t want them anyway. I don’t agree with Bush and the bombing of civilians, but I can accept him and love him as a human. Look where he came from. His father is an evil man, the kid’s not too bright, it’s no surprise he grew up to become a mass murderer.

Offering acceptance is a spiritual exercise, it allows you to open your heart and become more god-like. While you hold people into your anger, you trap yourself not them. You tell all the cells in your body, please pretend to be angry, I need it to feel important and get attention, so the cells do as you wish. Many deadly diseases come from untreated anger, and the root of many fatal accidents goes back to unprocessed anger. The tree is innocent; whacking it at seventy miles an hour is not a recommended anger management technique.

My old teacher used to say, “tolerate everything and keep skimming the lake”, meaning, don’t make a fuss, and keep cleaning up your life and your body. Stay healthy by staying clean. The clutter of hatred and emotion is black mud in you soul, time to get rid of it, especially now. I’ve said elsewhere in my articles the shadow of the world is just about to be exposed, it’s already happening, if you offer forgiveness and acceptance to others you are offering it to your own shadow and when it comes out it will be less fierce.

The attack on the world that is just about to happen may be falsely represented as the attack of unreasonable outside forces on the innocent, but that is just the old lack of comprehension once more; it’s always your own shadow coming after you. It may look like someone else is to blame and that you are innocent but that is hooey, its you attacking you, it’s the evil of a nation attacking the heart of the nation, its the arrogance of the ego that is being humbled by the shadow. Your shadow needs love and attention, it wants to be brought out of hiding and be redeemed. If you can’t offer it love and acceptance and reconciliation, it will try and kill you, or it will torment you to a standstill. If you don’t come to understand it, your lack of mercy and forgiveness and acceptance of others will hurt you and cause you great pain. It might be doing so already just you don’t yet understand how it’s turning to eat you.

You think you are fighting with your nasty neighbor but in effect you are fighting with the nastiness inside you. It’s quite hard to understand at first, you’ve been taught you are right and innocent and squeaky clean, but that may not be the case. In fact, the more you are on your high horse, the more squeaky clean you pretend to be, the more darkness you are hiding, that is always the case.

Forgive everyone that comes into your life and accept them, make them “right” no matter who they are, and what they have done. Forget their crimes love them anyway. In love and acceptance you liberate yourself from a world — a population that will be doomed by their antagonism and hatred of others. Clean up and get ready to move on up the line to safety. Remember, you don’t have to condone a person’s actions in order to love and accept them as a human. One day the whole of your life will seem trivial, your achievements will mean nothing. All that will matter is did you love humanity, did you adore them? How did you treat others? Were you honest and fair? What did you really feel about them, what did you do for them? This, and the sound of water, is all that is left behind at the very end of it all. Nothing else.

Love, love Stuie Wilde

© Stuart Wilde 2004 – www.stuartwilde.com

swamideva 22-01-2015 01:53 AM

Sometimes the most obvious truths are the easiest to miss.

rold580 22-01-2015 03:31 AM

Nice topic, and thank you for this wonderful thoughts of yours :) Forgiveness is often considered the best ingredients in healing. But, It's hard to accept negativity, therefore forgiveness is somewhat hard for us to do. Forgiveness is in more of internal state of being and feeling rather than behavior itself. When bitterness encircled us completely, we are the ones who are hurting more than anyone else can. So to achieved the "degree of forgiveness", we must let go of any anxious attachment feelings we have toward another. we need to release all the negative vibes or the anger we have to someone at the moment. For this, we can easily think much smoother or lighter as to how we respond to the situation rather than to act. In short, in order for us to forgive, we need to learn to deal with our primitive feelings, which eventually will lead us to sense of resentment and healthy reaction.

Acceptance either wise, for me, is the core of happiness. Practicing acceptance will lighten your burden, and prepares you in what will happen in the future. Yes, acceptance is a choice and the most difficult phase in decision making. For me, acceptances more on understanding, "the forgive and forget thing", you need to fully understand someone who hurt you, and move to the phase of letting go all the negative that loaded your burden. Just want to share my personal experience to this forgive and forget thing. while i'm growing up, my drug addict father use to abuse me physically and mentally. I can still barely remember the time that he almost beat me to death while under influence of drug, heroin to be more specific. So it leaved a large scar in my life. I hated him for a very long time. Until one day, something change my point of view in life. While sitting in a park, a flyer lying on a ground caught my attention. This flyer turns out to be an invitation for the substance abusers who wants to quit their addiction, here it is Intervention Center Tacoma WA (i will never forget this flyer for this is the thing change my life for good, i actually still have it until now), so an idea pop in me out of nowhere. I gather all the strengths left in me and talked to my father. I swallowed all my pride and "temporary" laid out all of my grudge on him. I convince him to stop his addiction and change his life for better. Some time after that, he beg for forgiveness. Promising to live as a true father to me. At that moment, i realized that you can find peace of mind when the moment you accept, understand and release all the negative envelope your heart and truly forgive the person who hurt you so much.

swamideva 22-01-2015 04:05 AM

Thanks for sharing rold580, :):luv:

Dude111 01-02-2015 10:46 PM

A very good thread :)


swamideva 01-02-2015 10:58 PM


Originally Posted by Dude111 (Post 1062392138)
A very good thread :)



Though not a popular one.

pepsi78 01-02-2015 11:41 PM

How is that, we don;t forget, we don;t forgive (EVER NEVER EVER)

fethiye 03-02-2015 08:48 PM

How beautifully expressed and how wonderful it is to see someone speaking like that. I whole-heartedly agree and I'm thankful for the reminders such as this - as I continue to experience my 'humanness'. A couple of years ago a friend of mine turned on me. I stepped back, analysed the situation, and thanked the universe for the experience (because I had something to learn from it), and then I blessed her (for, although I didn't much like what she said and I need not have her in my life, she was still very much a part of the human race and I could love and honour her for being here at this time. That one incident taught me to cherish every experience, even more so the ones we'd sooner not have. Thank you again - this is only my second reply on this site and what a lovely welcome.

grandmasterp 03-02-2015 08:52 PM

A lass we knew who had had a messy break up used to say...
" I can forgive but I cannot forget."
It struck me that she really had not forgiven at all but was still carrying it around with her.
I reckon forgiveness is as much for the forgiver as the forgiven.

swamideva 03-02-2015 08:58 PM

I suppose forgiveness is like being in love.

To be loved is not that great especially if its not reciprocated. It may even be unwanted.

Though being in love and feeling that love for someone is wonderful.

rold580 12-02-2015 08:50 AM


Originally Posted by swamideva (Post 1062380982)
Thanks for sharing rold580, :):luv:

:) No prob, this thread is worth rplying for any way :)

rold580 12-02-2015 08:54 AM


Originally Posted by swamideva (Post 1062394397)
I suppose forgiveness is like being in love.

To be loved is not that great especially if its not reciprocated. It may even be unwanted.

Though being in love and feeling that love for someone is wonderful.

i agree :)

dmtevolver 17-02-2015 10:18 PM

Love is the antidote for all poison. Love daily to refresh the soul. Love the divine in all. Love is our truth. thank you

swamideva 22-02-2015 09:12 PM

These two work for me.

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