Forgiveness – What are Your Thoughts?

By | 2017-04-04T14:50:59+00:00 April 4th, 2017|Assignments, Education|5 Comments

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Patti Conklin, Ph.D., Medical Intutive, is a “Vibrational Intuitive” with execeedingly rare vision and the unique ability to pull disease out of the physical body. Patti is a lecturer and teacher of vibrational medicine: the method of improving health and wellness through the neutralization of “negative” vibrations in the cells of the body. She is also the author of God Within: The Day God's Train Stopped.


  1. April-Anjali McCray July 26, 2017 at 10:40 pm - Reply

    I spent several years angry at my husband for the way he responded to a series of difficulties that came up in our life. Just when I needed him emotionally more than any other time in our life together he shut down, closed up and left me the one to take action and resolve the situations. I had an unexpected pregnancy, he promised to have a vasectomy. I had a miscarriage at 12 weeks he never followed up on his promise. Around this same time the job industry I was in collapsed and after 2 years we had lived on our savings. I went out a got a job making much less than I had in many years. It was disappointing but we needed to feed our children, ourselves and stay afloat. My husband did nothing – for 3 years I worked and barely made ends meet while he made no contribution or effort to get a job and help our family to thrive. My anger turned to deep feelings of betrayal and hurt. I never expected he would pull away like this when our family was at stake. Our intimacy suffered greatly and we fell apart and I filed for divorce. I moved out of the house for 2 years. During this time my anger and built up hatred for what he had done ate away at me. My mindeset was flooded with pain and anger and depression. I was miserable. I knew I could not thrive in a vibration that was so far removed from my true essence but I had so much unresolved that I wanted answers to. I knew that I loved him but I also at the same time hated what he did and how he left me to handle life on my own reminded me of my childhood and how my mother treated me growing up – never there for me. The betrayal was deeper than I imagined going all the way back to my early years of life. I grew sick of replaying the nightmare over and over in my mind and suddenly I realized that we can never allow someone elses actions to hold us back and that it takes reaching within to find the strength we need to move forward. If continued to hold onto the layered anger I would never reach my inner strength where I knew there was an answer for me. I made a deliberte effort to wake up every day being grateful for the love we did create and did have. I also began to realize that my husband and my mothers way of being must have to do with their own hurts and painful experiences and only they could truly heal themselves. To waste one more day living in the energy of anger felt like a death sentence to me – I wanted so much more for my life. So I chose to wake up every day with grattitude for what love did exist and thankful for the times that were happy and joyful. I realized that If I stayed angry then I was only joining them in a collective pool of energy that was far from joy and this was definatley not the contribution I wanted to make for our world nor myself. I decided to let go of the anger day by day and allow myself the sacred space to take in my light and reaffirm that I had come to life this life from love and no one could ever take that away from me.

  2. Alice April 13, 2017 at 9:28 pm - Reply

    I grow up with a mother that has mental illness and a sister that is Psychopathic, I tried my best to love and take care of them, but they do not love me and treat me cruely, as a result I have debilitating illness for the past 22 years. . When my mother died last year, she left a property that worth multi-million to both of us. To get my share, I have to take my sister to court.

    I have decided to gift my half to her. I feel free walking away and no more burden or responsibility. I treasure what I have, a loving and incredible husband and be contented. Also bible verse helps me – what is the benefit of losing your soul and gain the whole world. I am working on forgiveness on mum and sister, forgiveness means debt cancel. Whenever I get upset – which is less and less now, I remind myself to forgive and cancel all debt, that they are here on earth for a purpose, even I do not understand it, I honaur it. I think forgiveness is crucial as Patti said – It release the negative emotion stored because of it – which affect my physical and emotional health.

    This topic forgivenss is big for me. I am looking foward to others comment and learn from you!

    I thank Patti for her help, and I am healing.

  3. Judy April 10, 2017 at 4:20 pm - Reply

    I love this exercise I decided to forgive my brother he was on the other side. He had bipolar and alcoholism growing up was at times a challenge. He was also very loving. After I decided to forgive him and not talk negatively anymore. That night he came to me in a dream he was younger happier and a lot of light around him ,I woke up crying and couldn’t wait to tell my sister and his daughter. it was a very powerful experience. Thank you Judy

  4. Jo April 4, 2017 at 5:54 pm - Reply

    We have recently gone through a massive cyclone and as a result have been without power for 9 days so far n much more. I forgave Mother Nature for such a disaster n thanked her for waking so many people up at one moment

    • Patti April 5, 2017 at 12:37 pm - Reply

      Oh Jo, I am so sorry that you went through such a massive event. Cyclones continue to teach us that life is always in flux, chaos and order.. Thank you for forgiving Mother Nature for such a disaster… you say.. it wakes so many people up….good always comes out of bad.. sometimes we just don’t realize it…Much love and many blessings, thank you for writing…

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