NOT ALIGNED WITH ANY DOCTRINE - WE PROMOTE FORGIVENESS FOR ALL
Feel lighter, literally: An innovative study showed that people who have been taught to forgive literally perceive hills as less steep and were able to jump higher.
Ryan Fehr, professor of management at the University of Washington’s Foster School of Business explains these findings: “Previous studies have demonstrated that a person’s perceptions of a hill’s steepness are directly tied to how difficult they think it will be to climb. So, for instance, when you’re tired or carrying a heavy backpack, hills seem steeper.
We reasoned that forgiveness might have a similar effect, reducing participants’ sense of burden and therefore altering their perceptions of a hill’s steepness.” Forgiveness psychologically and physically unburdens you. Read more . . .
An innovative study has found that grudge-holders who focused on negatives couldn't jump as high as participants
who had forgiven their wrongdoers!
The Forgiveness Journey documentary film, Featuring Signs of Forgiveness™ was an official selection of the 6th Annual Awareness Film Festival in Los Angeles, CA., September of 2015.
The mission of the Festival is to bring awareness, and open eyes to some of our world's most pressing issues: ecological, political, and the health & well being of the spirit.