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Title: I forgive you. I forgive you for whatever you may have done,
Author: Fraser Trevor
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Sit or lie in a comfortable position, staying as still as possible. Take two or three  deep breaths, and then just breathe naturally. ...
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Sit or lie in a comfortable position, staying as still as possible. Take two or three 
deep breaths, and then just breathe naturally. Bring into awareness the 
particular person toward whom you feel resentment. Feel for a moment what 
arises with even the thought of forgiveness. How much longer do you wish to 
keep your heart closed to this person, and consequently to life as a whole? If 
you had just a few days to live, would you want to continue feeling resentful and 
bitter? Now remember the situation that sparked your resentment. Feel 
whatever arises. Don't try to do anything - just experience the feeling in your 
body. Experience how much you don't want to forgive this person. Experience 
the degree of unwillingness to even bring this person into your meditation. Bring 
a non-judgemental awareness to the sensations of resistance. How does it feel, 
in your body, to push this person away? Allowing the resistance to just be, let 
the container of awareness widen around it. Now bring to awareness sensory 
phenomena from outside the body: hear the sounds, feel the air temperature. 
Feel how the texture of the resistance changes as a sense of spaciousness 
surrounds it. Begin breathing into the heart area. Feel the texture of the heart. 
Now try to bring awareness of this person closer to you being. Breathing into 
the heart-space, bring their presence, via the in-breath, into the heart. On the 
out-breath, just breathe out - not trying to do anything special. Without self judgment, experience all of the arising emotions. Is there anger, resentment, 
bitterness? Is there fear or grief? Asking: “what is this?” Notice whatever 
arises, and then experience it in the body. When you get lost in thoughts, 
memories or justifications, come back via the breath into the heart-space, to the 
sensations in your body. How does it actually feel? Asking: "What is this?" - feel 
it. Stay with the awareness of your bodily emotional reactions. Stay with them 
as long as it takes to be able to reside in them, painful as they may be, without 
having to push them away. Stay here. Breathe. Hear the sounds outside. Hear 
the sounds in the room. Feel the air around you. Breathe. Reside here. Return 
to your visualisation of the person you wish to forgive. Draw their presence, via 
the in-breath, even deeper into the heart-space. As you feel the in-breath, say 
their name. Then say these words: 
I forgive you. I forgive you for whatever you may have done, whether 
intentional or unintentional, from which I experienced pain. I forgive you, 
because I know that what you did came from your own pain. 
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