Freedom In Forgiveness MRR Ebook

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Table of Contents

Introduction . 5
Chapter 1 – Forgiving Others – What is True Forgiveness? 9
True Forgiveness 9
Forgiveness Requires The Strength of Character .. 12
Chapter 2 – The Power of Forgiveness and How it Can Benefit You .. 16
What is The Difference Between Forgiving Someone and Condoning
Their Actions? .. 16
Sense of Empathy …… 19
Character Traits 21
Chapter 3 – The Danger of Refusing to Forgive ……. 23
The Poison of Unforgiveness……. 23
The Imprisonment of Unforgiveness … 25
Falling into Distractions and Addictions …… 26
To Apologize is a Sign of Strength, Not Weakness 28
Put Yourself In Someone Else’s Shoes 30
Chapter 4 – Forgive Not Forget – Learn from Experience, not
Ignorance … 32
We’re Influenced By Our Surroundings …….. 32
Be Mindful of Who You Want To Be …. 33
Learn From Experience …… 34
Forgiving Thyself ……. 35
The Past Does Not Equal The Future … 35
Chapter 5 – Ways to Absolute Forgiveness …. 40
How To Meditate ……. 41
When To Mediate? …. 43
Achieving Absolute Forgiveness . 44
Religious Teachings on Forgiveness …. 46
Chapter 6 – The Law of Forgiveness – Healing Mind, Body,
Relationships, Personal and Professional Life 49
Learn To See Things Differently . 49
Power of The Law of Forgiveness 51
Never Underestimate The Power Of Forgiveness .. 53
Chapter 7 – Focus on the Bigger Picture from Personal Forgiveness to
World Peace …….. 55
Rate of Happiness of Countries .. 55
Things We Need To Learn .. 57
Forgiveness Is The Key To Your Happiness 60
Blame vs Forgiveness 62
Implement Forgiveness Into Your Everyday Life .. 64
Conclusion . 68

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Chapter 2 – The Power of Forgiveness and How it Can Benefit You

When you are angry, it’s hard to understand that forgiveness works two ways. It lets someone get away with actions that are unacceptable and that’s the side that most people see, but there’s much more to it than that. It lets you get away without all the bitterness. Let’s look at the ways in which forgiveness helps you. After all, this is a fundamental benefit that you deprive yourself of if you cannot forgive:

What is The Difference Between Forgiving

Someone and Condoning Their Actions?

There is a difference between forgiving someone and condoning their actions. There are a lot of kids today who had experienced child abuse at some point in their lives. So what happens to the upbringing of the child? There are only 3 possible outcomes: One is that they’ll be totally broken down, afraid of their parents, and have low self-esteem. The second possible outcome is that they’ll hate their parents deep to the core, go against every word they say, and become a ‘rebel’ child. In the future, they might even follow their parents’ footstep, thinking that “This is how it should be. I was brought up this way anyway!”

The third possible outcome is they simply forgive and learn from their experience. As a result, they could avoid the same mistake and shape their character into a more compassionate human being. It sure takes a lot of courage, but what you gain is so much more than what is lost. If you don’t learn to forgive, you begin to be the perpetrator and the lack of forgiveness is every bit as wrong as holding onto the memory and allowing it to cloud your judgment in the future.

Studies that were done on forgiveness showed there are other benefits as well. Forgiveness is good for your heart health. It helps you to lower high blood pressure because you are able to let go of the cause of that biochemical change in your body that anger and stress cause. There are so many stress related ailments these days and much of it is down to the way that you look at life. Compassionate people retain their innocence and can welcome the world with open arms, whereas those who cannot forgive will always put barriers between themselves and the world around them. All religions and philosophies agree with the fact that forgiveness is valuable to your soul, or to the very way that you look at life and letting go allow you to reform relationships and make a real connection with the world.

Sense of Empathy

Forgiveness opens up the path to empathy. If you can’t see the world through someone else’s eyes, you limit your own viewpoint of life. Empathy makes you into a more complete person and helps you to peacefully co-exist with others whose opinions differ from your own. Since the whole world’s way of living is based upon what people think, forgiveness frees you from the hold of anger and indignation. Thus, you see the world in a much broader perspective and are able to understand differences of opinion. Forgiveness is extremely powerful. It enables you. It frees you from all of the negative feelings that you may go through as a result of being closed-minded. I remember someone that I knew taking up a new religion and being very devout. The one area that she had difficulty with was forgiveness. She had experienced bad things in her past that she could never let go of. When the friend who had betrayed her died, she found out too late that she could have forgiven and cherished a very valuable relationship. One small conversation stopped the relationship and in retrospect, she saw how petty and small that conversation was and yet it had eaten up years of what could have been a very productive and loving relationship. Standing at the grave of her old friend, she realized it was just too late, and now she has to live with all the regrets – until she could forgive herself for what she had done. The problem is that if you can’t let go, the repercussion can actually be more serious than the actual event.

We all make mistakes, but they are only mistakes when they get in the way of relationships to the extent that you can never go back. It took her a long time to realize that forgiving herself was just as

valuable as forgiving the friend who had wronged her.

The US National Library of Medicine has a wonderful piece that may be worth reading if you doubt the benefits of forgiveness. Their work involved a study of over 100 students and measuring the efficiency of their blood pressure and heart rate based upon their ability to forgive.

Character Traits

For those who are prepared to work on their character traits, there is an action that you can take to show you immediately what forgiveness does. The next time someone hurts you, don’t wait for them to apologize. Break the ice and call them to get the relationship back onto a good footing. It really doesn’t matter who apologizes first as long as there’s forgiveness. The fact is that the person who cannot apologize is always going to be in a weaker position. If you take the initiative to make up with that friend, you show your strength of character and that can help that friend of yours to understand there are other ways to move forward in life.

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