A Different Kind of Forgiveness

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If I could share 500 words to inspire, this is the important wisdom I'd want to pass along to others...

  • I’m honored to practice and teach a different kind of forgiveness, the same kind of forgiveness that Jesus practiced and taught during his last lifetime here on earth, and is also taught today in “A Course in Miracles”, which is also the voice of Jesus.

    Old-fashioned forgiveness is where you forgive even though the other is still judged to be wrong by you, which tells your unconscious that you think you are separate from the other, keeping you stuck in ego mind.

    True forgiveness recognizes that what you thought the other did to you has not occurred. It does not excuse the wrong and make it right. In this view there is nothing to forgive and we are all innocent.

    Make no mistake, in order to really accept God’s helper, the Holy Spirit, you must begin to trust God. You cannot trust Him until you recognize that it is not Him, but you, who is responsible for your experiences. You will feel guilty until you understand that this world is not real, and that nothing has really happened.

    That doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t act responsibly in the illusion. It means you must understand certain things in order to apply the true forgiveness that enables the Holy Spirit to help you the most.

    As the last thought of separation is undone, we will awaken in our true Home with God, and realize that we have been there all along. We will see that this dream is no more real than those we have while sleeping.

    I’m grateful to experience first-hand the benefits of practicing this kind of forgiveness, which has brought more peace, love, and abundance into my life than I ever imagined in my wildest dreams.

    I’m also grateful to know that others are also having similar experiences. To be able to practice and teach this message of a different kind of forgiveness is the greatest and most rewarding opportunity of my life.

    Gary Renard

    Gary R. Renard underwent a powerful spiritual awakening in the early 1990s. As instructed by two ascended masters who appeared to him in the flesh, he wrote his first best-selling book, The Disappearance of the Universe, over a period of nine years. He was later guided to speak in public and has recently been described as one of the most interesting and courageous spiritual speakers in the world. Gary's second book, Your Immortal Reality, was also a best-seller. Over the past five years, Gary has spoken in 41 states, 13 countries, and was the keynote speaker at the International A Course in Miracles Conferences in Salt Lake City and San Francisco. He is also the most recent recipient of the Infinity Foundation Spirit Award. The award is given to a person who has made a meaningful contribution to personal and spiritual growth. Past recipients include Dan Millman, Ram Dass, Gary Zukav, James Redfield and Neale Donald Walsch.

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