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What are your meditations for releasing resentment and forgiveness?

I visualize the energy of my resentment leaving my body and going out into the universe. For forgiveness, I have been visualizing the person in question across from me with energy straming between us. I picture white light severing that energy as I tell them I forgive them. Then to some (that I have some understanding of) I send love energy from my heart chakra to them. Please share yours or feel free to use mine!

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madder than hell
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madder than hell

In the words of Tim McGraw…..LIVE LIKE YOU ARE DYING. ……………WE NEVER KNOW IF WE WILL BE GIVEN THE GIFT OF TURNING ANOTHER PAGE IN THE BOOK OF LIFE….YOU OPEN YOUR EYES IN THE MORNING , WHOA, ITS A GOOD DAY I’M STILL HERE, DON’T THINK I’M GONA SPEND IT BEING PISSED OFF. ENJOY EACH MOMENT IT COULD BE YOUR LAST, LIVE, LOVE AND ENJOY.

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Mine goes like this: “AAAAAAARRRRRRRRGH!!!!!!!!” Sometimes I visualize a guillotine cutting off any energy between us. They are then cut off from me, and I am happy to let them go about their life while I go about mine. Not very sweet, no, but it really does make me feel better to the point where I harbor no more negative feelings to them. It’s easier for me to let go when I acknowledge my anger and am decisive about where my energy goes. Once that’s done, I can truly wish someone happiness, because happy people tend to be nice and… Read more »

Ageless-Faceless
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Ageless-Faceless

I dont do medications!, I just punch them out!.
Ooops, you mean meditations?, sorry, I dont know!!!!

tawaen
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tawaen

I jog when I feel too angry or resentful or just stifled. It clears my mind of everything but the next footfall.

As for forgiveness, I usually just try to put myself in the other person’s point of view. Understanding is better than blind forgiving, because it means you won’t be setting yourself up for more pain.

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Never forgive, never forget.

I visualize vendetta.