7 Minutes to Happiness & Forgiveness

If you’d like to feel more balanced, happier, and learn an interesting way to forgive both yourself and others, this clip is for you. We may not think this is necessary, but ultimately it can change our lives.

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  • KatieJo

    While it is not always easy to forgive ourselves for the mistakes we have made or to forgive others for the wrong they have done to us, I think this is a must if we are ever to experience true peace in our lives. It is not possible to obtain happiness if you are carrying around anger and hatred in your heart. This is a very helpful episode that makes a strong point for how important forgiveness really is.

  • Trixie

    My life was transformed in a most magical way when I found the power of forgiveness. I had not realized just how much negative energy I was carrying around until I learned to forgive both myself and those who had hurt me. Now I feel so free it’s like I’m a whole new person. Thanks for a great piece.

  • Flint

    I do agree that forgiving oneself is the one thing most people overlook in this whole process, and yet I believe that it’s never possible to truly forgive others unless we forgive ourselves first.

  • Rhylie

    Sadly, we sometimes need to forgive ourselves when we haven’t actually done anything wrong. Others may belittle or abuse us and make us believe that we are worthless and unlovable. This leaves us trying to forgive ourselves and also trying to forgive those who have done wrong to us. This kind of forgiveness is very difficult to achieve.

  • JohnV

    Forgiveness will free you – every single time. I know it sounds cliche, but it’s so true. A lot of people are running around with a lot of hurt, bitterness, anger and depression and it’s all because they just can’t (won’t) forgive and let go of it all. So sad.

  • Flint

    You have done something wrong in that case. You have allowed those bullies to make you feel less than you are, and that is what you need to forgive yourself for. For forgetting your true power.

  • Norman

    I have come across a lot of articles that mention forgiveness in the same sentence as happiness that it can’t just be coincidence. I guess forgiveness really has to happen before happiness can be achieved.