“You are an object of love” Wayne Dyer


“Forgiveness is the most powerful thing that you can do for your physiology and your spirituality, and it remains one of the least attractive things to us, largely because our egos rule so unequivocally.  To forgive is somehow associated with saying that it is all right, that we accept the evil deed. But this is not forgiveness.

Forgiveness means that you fill yourself with love and you radiate that love outward and refuse to hang onto the venom or hatred that was engendered by the behaviors that caused the wounds.  Forgiveness is a spiritual act of love for yourself and it sends a message to everyone, including yourself, that you are an object of love and that that is what you are going to impart.

This is the process of unbonding from old wounds and no longer hanging onto them as prized possessions.  It means letting go of the language of blame and self-pity and no longer leading with one’s wounds and injuries from the past.  It means privately forgiving and not asking anyone else to understand.  It means leaving behind the eye-for-an-eye attitude that only makes for more pain and the need for more revenge, and replacing it with an attitude of love and forgiveness. ” –Wayne Dyer 


11 thoughts on ““You are an object of love” Wayne Dyer

  1. I really love this concept of forgiveness.
    I can easily forgive most things..most people.
    I struggle with the idea that I must forgive my abusers. So, I loved reading this.
    Ironically, the person I have the most difficult time forgiving is…myself.
    Thank you for this.
    Much love to you..hope you are feeling well..xxx CC

  2. Sometimes we’re harder on ourselves than anyone else. 😔 I’m working on this too. For me, when I’m practicing self love and acceptance, I can forgive much more easily. I often try to view myself kind of like a child, like when a child makes mistakes, I’m gentle with my thoughts and am quick to forgive, showing understanding and compassion- for me.

  3. I LOVE this! Wayne Dyer pretty much put words to my thoughts here. Forgiveness is hard, but when we realise it’s something we do for ourselves and not the person who hurt us, I think it becomes easier and comes more natural. Thanks for sharing this, I’ve been focusing on a lot of forgiveness lately.

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