Feeling Complete through the Truth in Self Forgiveness

No doubt feeling complete has to do with aligning to the truth within you. I’m sure you’ve had some times when you’ve felt like your normal thirst for life is drying up. Self forgiveness in it’s truest meaning is where your miraculous powers exist.

Self forgiveness is something that may be difficult to do, even though we hear that the optimistic light from forgiving yourself, and others, too, can help you begin feeling complete when you’re lacking.

Forgive yourself and begin letting go of past errors and mistakes, and bring light to mind body spirit and end being judgmental over feelings of regret or regret.

I find that meditation drastically helps!

Leave the past where it is become the mind secrets exposed.

It’s time to let go and move on without dragging that old ball and chain with you.

Being Judgmental

In book 1 of the series I give killer examples…Material truth entails conforming with ideas the world justifies as its own, or something it wants to govern and being judgmental. 

There was nothing at all material in the truth I found in self forgiveness for that foolish securities violation slamming down hard on me a 10 year prison term. 

And in book 2…I am talking about inner truth, where spirit abides, the only place true self  forgiveness and feeling complete can come from. 

A Course in Miracles teaches us why…The ego mind can never understand this.  It’s also impossible to ever know inner truth while being unforgiving, or being judgmental and condemning at the same time.

My turn away from the ego mind toward right-minded truth developed quite indirectly; but my surrender seemed dramatic and direct.

A Course in Miracles states, “Do not underestimate the appeal of the ego’s demonstrations to those who would listen.”

Isn’t it about feeling complete?

Amazingly, now I can see that the most truthful thing I had done at that point was to accept the fact I had already been judged, and that all judgment over me regarding my material errors was now a thing of the past. 

But there remained a part of me that was still judging and condemning myself, taking me on an emotional roller coaster ride. 

The steep slow inclines felt comfortable and toward feeling complete with acceptance of a new beginning, but the fast downslopes stared right into the teeth of ten years in prison.  Still looking “out there” for someone or something to grant me further forgiveness, I was looking at a long, long ride.

Then I encountered the nurse who checked me over a few days later, taking my vital signs before I was to be chained, shackled, and handcuffed, and loaded onto a bus for prison. 

She was aware of my ordeal, being that my case had been plastered all over the local papers, including a rude statement by a reporter being judgmental by saying I was, “brought to my knees.” 

Self-Forgiveness Surely Helps

Everyone in the entire county jail, including inmates, had read the story and knew I was going away for a long time.  As the nurse had her fingers on my pulse, she kindly whispered into my right ear an encouraging message. 

“You seem like a nice man.  You simply made a mistake and didn’t hurt anyone.  Just forgive yourself; it’ll be okay.” 

Her kind words sunk in immediately and urging me closer to feeling complete, and I’ll never forget the loving expression on her face as I looked over my shoulder at her while the deputy escorted me off to the transport area.

Her reassurance also gave me the sense to see that I was free from being judged further. 

Her effortless gesture at a time of my despair told me that I was the only one who could do the forgiving, and not an outside source, or an idol, or a man dressed in black with a white collar, or ritual words on a piece of paper that are hard to understand, or anything else that claims outside power or magic. 

Nothing but the truth within me would make me feel complete and could ever know about the “overlooking by looking beyond,” the real meaning of forgiveness, that I needed to do. 

To rely on an idol to grant you forgiveness or strength only prevents your real power–the truth that is within you from being known. 

This makes you wish to find forgiveness outside yourself, where it does not exist. 

The power of God is within you, because it is you.  This is why feeling complete cannot be given to you by something out there.

(In a related article we discuss overcoming your self-limiting beliefs.)

To feeling complete ,

James Nussbaumer

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