Forgiveness Meditation

 

What has your anger been costing you? Learn the health impacts of holding onto feelings of hatred towards another person. Try my forgiveness meditation to help you heal from past hurts. Remember, holding onto hatred and anger is like drinking poison yourself, but expecting the other person to suffer.

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