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  1. JJ

    Wow, I have heard that when we can’t seem to move forward in life we might need to work on forgiveness. It sounds so abstract to me and I am also a private kind of person who doesn’t see herself digging up old issues with whoever else who might have been involved at the time. This system might just work for me and it doesn’t seem to take a lot of time. I need some kind of outside help that is private and easy to work with. Thank you for this information.

    • Dave

      Hey JJ, 

      It is true, when nothing is going well in your life, you need to look back to see where things went wrong and get prepared to solve them and forgive people who are involved in the issue, including yourself. 

      The reason most people fail to move forward is because they are still carrying the baggages of the past which make them so heavy laden that they can’t make any steps forward, amd letting all the pain and bitterness go is the best way to go about it.

      I also know how hard and embarrassing it can be for you to tell people about your problems. It just doesn’t feel right even though we may need help from those people. 

      That’s what I love about this system.

      You get getting extremely valuable help here as well as all the privacy you want.

      I am sure you will love the whole forgiveness training experience. 🙂

      Have a good one mate.

  2. John

    Forgiveness is divine ,forgiveness is hard, forgiveness has to be totally in my opinion . Leaving the past for the past and moving on is easier said than done. People take forgiveness as a weakness which could also be taken for granted. This is what I have learnt. Everything starts and end in the mind. We have to train the mind what we want for it. Letting go should be one of those. I will be getting to know this program more in detail. Thank you.

    • Dave

      You are right John, 

      I couldn’t stress it better.

       And that’s why it is very important to cultivate the virtue of forgiveness, in order to live life to the fullest. 

      I also agree with you that many people take forgiveness for weakness, and it may sometimes make you appear foolish when you forgive someone the same mistakes over and over again. 

      That’s why you should forgive, learn the lessons and seek as best as possible to avoid the same mistake from happening again.

      And you can do this by simply trying to understand well the character of the person who hurt you and try to avoid those instances that will lead to the event that got you hurt in the first place.

       It will save you lots of bitterness. 

      As they say, you should learn to live and treat a person based on how you know them.

      You are going to love the forgiveness program. 🙂

      Cheers.

  3. Greg

    I guess it’s worth to take some action if you feel that something is bothering you. For sure if you won’t take any action then nothing will change. I think the key is to accept what happened. This way your mind won’t bother you. Our mind can be a wonderful thing but also it can give us a really hard times. Important is not only to read about how you can help yourself but also to practice it. Make exercises. Make some effort. This can change the game for you. I loved the info here. 🙂

    • Dave

      You are right Greg, 

      If you don’t do anything about your pain and past mistakes, the pain is still going to be there and the regrets will keep haunting you. Taking action is the second step after regretting for anyone who is really serious about making atonement for his mistakes to himself.

      And the Choice of Forgiveness system gives you just what you need to take the right course of action. It helps you read and learn about forgiveness, use proven exercises to heal and even take away the pain and regret through the emotional healing cds. 

      These are the real game changers, as you say.

      I am glad you stopped by. 

      Cheers.

  4. Hendrik

    It is amazing how we are still carrying negative problems from our childhood around without letting go of them. I have tried many times but some are just so anchored in your subconscious that it is almost impossible to let go of them. Forgiveness has such a nice freeing energy and is so important towards others but also towards yourself. Personally, I am a believer in meditation and have noticed big shifts just through observing my body and how it reacts to certain situations. I think in most cases the hurt needs to be addressed in the subconscious otherwise we only cut the tree down but the roots are still there and eventually it will grow back. It’s not easy but so freeing once we actually let go and forgive. It sounds like an interesting program and I will look into it further. Thanks for the info

    • Dave

      You are right Hendrick, 

      Most people who still carry the weight of their past mistakes would really love to enjoy the freedom and happiness that comes with forgiveness, but the pain and bitterness they have is deeply stuck in their subconscious mind that they find it hard to completely let go of it.

      The subconscious mind carries a huge part of our life and being able to change it to the things we would want to have, automatically changes every area of our life. 

      And I think that is why the creators of the Choice of Forgiveness sneaked in the Healing Subliminal Invocations in it to help rewire the subconscious mind.

      The invocations are really awesome and I know you are going to find them pretty useful.

      I woud really love you to update me on your experience with the system once you have used it for a good while.

      We will be eagerly waiting for it.

      Have a lovely day.

  5. Daniella

    Hi Dave,

    You are so right when you say that we all messed up at some point in our life:) Although it seems easy to do, the most challenging part is to forgive. The choice of forgiveness looks really useful! I’ll check this further. Just a question. How long do you think it will take to let go and forgive? Something bothers me for years now, and I really have to release it.

    Thank you for this excellent post!

    • Dave

      Hey Daniella,

      It depends on the mistake and your personality. If the mistake you did is huge and you really feel that you messed up big time, it may take a bit longer than a mistake you feel within yourself was small even though it affected you.

      When it comes to personality, the concept is pretty much the same. If you have a personality that makes you take things lightly, and you are able to adapt to change very fast, then it should not take you long to see yourself releasing the weight of your past mistakes from your mind and heart.

      But if you are the kind that are concerned about your life and carefully consider everything as well as weigh them heavily, then it may take you a while longer before you can completely overcome it.

      But the beauty of all this is, with discipline and determination to follow through the program, you can easily make the change. 

      On average, it should take you around 3 months to get over everything you feel is weighing you down. But it could be less than this time period if you put in constant effort on the program.

      Hope I have answered your question adequately. 🙂

      Have a fantastic day.

  6. Cliff

    Yes it is very true forgiveness is one of the most powerful tools a person can have. It takes strength to forgive someone who has done you wrong, and it also takes strength to forgive yourself. People must remember forgiveness gives us the strength to move on from a situation, and go into a better spot in your life.

    • Dave

      You are right Cliff, 

      Forgiveness requires strength, resolution and determination, and it is also a strength in itself when you have mastered it.

      Thanks for the perspective.

      Have a good one.

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