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Heart Forgiveness

November 4, 2009

 

Heart Forgiveness is a fast and effective way to experience and naturalize how to live without anger.

Now that’s a concept – living without anger – sounds like some kind of fairy tale.

You may be thinking…

“Sounds great – only how the heck do I live without anger?”

The real questions are both:

  • How can I forgive anyone or anything when I am angry inside?

and…

  • Where do I start?

In order to live without anger each of us has to start with a clean slate.

The first step is clearing out all the old junk we’ve been carrying around inside since we were kids. Thinking about anger and pleasure within the same thought or context is a bit peculiar – because generally we think of them as mutually exclusive (things that are experienced independently of each other).

Anger – itself – is not bad or good. How we handle anger is important, however. It turns out that anger either weakens our life energy or makes it stronger, depending on our attitude. Energy is everything.

 

Heart Forgiveness Is So Much Fun…

Heart Forgiveness is a new and different way to address anger because it’s fun and easy! We play with our energy, dump all the garbage and bigredheart300x284‘clean up the house’ at the same time. And the house – in this case – is our heart.

When we’re done playing, we feel better.

More importantly, heart forgiveness goes deeper than the conscious or subconscious mind and works in our energy, our life force.

So the changes – and new decisions we make – are deep and permanent.

Dr Ed Carlson – founder of Heart Forgiveness and Energy Essentials – says this:

“You are not broken and do not need to be fixed. Neither is the world.”

Heart Forgiveness is a method for clearing and freeing our life energy using an expanded version of energy measuring (commonly referred to as muscle testing) called comprehensive kinesiology.

 

There Are Healthier Choices Than Anger…

More and more research indicates that sustained anger is a contributing factor to many chronic ill-nesses, and that is motivation enough for me to clear it.

More fundamentally, since anger weakens our life energy, why not redirect that same energy away from anger to something enjoyable and constructive that enhances our life energy, instead?

About Anger and Forgiveness…

“Anger is a worldwide issue. Religious leaders, great masters, philosophers, writers, poets and psychologists have been talking about healing anger for centuries.

Healing anger is huge.

Forgiveness is universal power that is not limited by culture, religion or geography. Now we actually have a tool that works. We uncover that universal power in each of us and permanently release the anger in our lives.

That tool is Heart Forgiveness.” – Michael Barrett

We never learned how to deal with anger from our parents because they didn’t have a clue either.

In past generations, “ladies” and “gentlemen” just politely avoided the subject of anger and stuffed their emotions deep inside, rather than having a healthy outlet or a commonly understood skill set that each generation could learn growing up.

 

Forgiveness is Another Example of Cultural Misunderstanding.

We read about forgiveness in books and learn in Sunday school how important forgiveness is to do. Yet most of us have no clue how to experience forgiveness in our personal lives.


It all sounds good, but how do I really do forgiveness?

Most of us learned that forgiveness is something we do by consciously thinking about it over and over again. The flaw in that understanding is that forgiveness is not a mental process. Forgiveness has to take place in the heart. That’s why Dr Ed chose the name Heart Forgiveness instead of Head Forgiveness.

Head forgiveness simply doesn’t work. You can think about forgiving:

  • that person who did something wrong
  • the company that swindled you out of your retirement benefits
  • the organization that let you down
  • the way your mom treated you as a kid
  • how your dad was never there for you, whatever…

Have you ever noticed that when these issues come up again at a later time, you get angry all over again?

Why?

How can this happen if you truly have forgiven the people, events or issues?

Actually, you never did forgive them, you just thought you did.

Thinking has nothing to do with it. It’s all about changing the energy decision and really forgiving.

 

And What about Forgiving Yourself?

That’s a biggie…

Most of us were taught that forgiveness is for the other person, but the reality is that forgiveness is for us; so we can be at peace with it within our own selves.

Forgiving from the heart – and within the heart – does work.

There are a number of issues around anger that don’t make sense to the conscious mind. What we experienced is that the solution lies in going within the energy system itself and cleaning everything with the ‘energy eraser’ and making new energy decisions.

I AM Michael Barrett and I AM a Heart Forgiveness Facilitator.

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. Barbarie permalink
    November 23, 2009 12:47 am

    Hi Micheal:

    Just a quick note to share and to say thank you for being a Heart Forgiveness Facilitator! I was readin g you page her and could realate to so much from the inner being. The hard is forgiving those that hurt me through many life traumatic expereinces that have left my life hanging in the breeze as I try and real it in with some kind of compassion The next hardest part is forgiving myself as ask what is it I need to forgive myself for .. Yet as I contemplated that though I ended up with a list of things I need to forgive myself for. Now that I am aware of this list. What is the next step to forgive me …. Woudl reallove and be encouraged to hear more from you about this is how the process works as I am so dead in the water with my life’s journey because I am so angry with many other people that have hurt and destroyed myself and yet angry with myself for having to learn to waddle through this journey alone and in a lost sense of being. Be Blesed as we approach Thanksgiving this week and thank you for the BLESSING of hope that maybe there is a way through this pain and sorry and grief of being lost and alone for so long as I have neglected myself because of my inner anger and lack of understanding. Be Blessed, Be Inspired, Be Encouraged. Always, Barbarie

  2. December 2, 2009 9:18 pm

    Hi Barbarie,

    Thank you for the comment and for reading the blog.

    I think you have already made the first step – just by seeking a solution, and knowing that you can change.

    There are often other underlying things (stuff we can not see from the surface) that most of us need to heal. I’ve also found that often what we think the problem is, is not really the problem. That definitely was true for me.

    Forgiveness is often not about what we think. Forgiveness is about clearing and freeing and uncovering the joy and the clarity that has been covered up by what we have collected over the years.

    Anger is a big issue but many times it’s hard to identify the true source of the anger. So we try to place the blame on something – in a way – so we can get some relief and feel like we are making sense inside.

    There is rarely anything sensible about holding on to anger. But most of do it for years. Because we learned how from someone and we are used to being angry.

    It feels horrible to feel lost and alone. I know because I have been there.

    Maybe you are near one of the Heart Forgiveness Facilitators.

    Keep talking ok?

    You can learn how to do this.

    Blessings and smiles,

    Michael

  3. January 20, 2012 7:15 am

    I love your work and am so grateful to have you as a friend. We share a common Destiny……Imagine….there is no Heaven…..just only Sky! D))))))

    Pure Consciousness and Compassion!

    Namaste,

    Russ

    • January 20, 2012 12:10 pm

      Thank you for the kind words Russell and I grateful to have you as a friend too.

      It’s amazing how kindred spirits find each other.

      What a joy.

      Blessings

      Namaste

      Michael

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