Module 4: Forgive Your Relationships
Why should I forgive my wife when SHE was wrong?

I first learned the concepts of non-violence in my marriage.


Practicing the lesson – post your answers below!

A friend of mine, Krystalya Marié, has a powerful story and exercise to assist you in putting these concepts into practice:

It was many years after I had been beaten and stabbed by a man I had dated, before I learned the power of forgiveness. Until I forgave him, I continued to attract abusive people into my life, and they all reflected how I was abusive to myself.

In a situation like this, you may find that you have no way to contact the person to forgive them face to face. Here’s what I recommend. Sit quietly making sure that you won’t be disturbed for at least 20 minutes.

  • Visualize yourself face to face with the person you want to forgive, looking deep within their eyes.
  • Repeat the following statements out loud until you feel love flowing between the two of you, before moving onto the next statement.
    1. (Name) I let go of my anger toward you for (event).
    2. (Name) I let go of my resentment toward you for (event).
    3. (Name) I forgive you for (event).
    4. (Name) Thank you for (the lesson of…), I love you.
    5. (Name) I release you from any guilt you may have incurred for (event).
    6. (Name) I release you to move forward in your life in Total and Complete Love.
    7. I am now moving forward in my life in Total and Complete Love.
    8. I love you, may your soul be filled with love, light and laughter as you move forward.
  • Visualize the issue dissolving into tiny particles that blow away.
  • See yourself hugging the person, while surrounding them in love and light.

I know this may be very difficult for many of you who also have been beaten, abused, or raped. But if she can do it – you can do it. No one here is better or worse than anyone else. We have all been hurt and we have all hurt others.

Today’s Affirmation

I forgive myself for not taking responsibility for the co-creation of my relationships.
I have gratitude for my partners and the lessons they have shared with me.

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  1. Lisa Llewellyn


    Thank you again for all of the great information. My work schedule has not allowed me to listen in on the calls so I will write a question I would like addressed.

    During the past 1 1/2 years, I have lost (through death) 2 of my best friends. One was my friend and mentor (who helped me start my business) and one was a divine being who showed me so much love, respect, and was probably the most true blue friend I have ever had. I am honored of course to have had these beings of light in my life and appreciate so much our relationships and the things that we taught each other.

    I have mourned my losses on many levels – everything from disbelief, to sadness, and anger. I am really struggling right now with how much anger I feel. Any words of wisdom to help me get to the next step??

    Love, Lisa

    • Sheri Rosenthal

      Absolutely! Keep you eye out for the A to your Q! xoxoxoox