‘I always say: Forgive? Sure. Forget? Never.’ (J. Hawkins)




by Anonymous

My journey continues…

sometimes it feels easier sometimes still very much a painful walk

barefoot on a dirt road.

I decided to share my healing experience with you because I realized there are so many people like me, that are struggling with depression and the horrendous pain related to injustice and betrayal…

At times the pain emerges after periods of peace, still so strong that I find it very difficult to confront it… I get tired of this because it reappears after weeks of improvement and it make me feel there is no way out.

I went to stay for a while in a place where there are people who truly love me and care… this, I have to say, has the strongest healing power on me, along with my steady work toward the release of painful emotions…

The handling of implants and other heavy stuff restimulated by the 1.1 (cover hostility) activities are part of my daily work.

I want, the many people who are in a similar situation as mine, to know that they are no alone and that if they hold on and push through one day there will be happiness…

I want them to know that it is normal to have moment of sadness and loneliness, to experience pain… they should cry if they feel like it, but never be alone… find someone dear to you.

Love is the best way to heal

from betrayals and abuses.

Find someone you can trust, someone that truly care and is there for you…

Depression is a psychological illness. Need to be cured and most of the time is a long journey.

But despite of all we need to recognize that every day is a little bit better…

Stay away from people who evaluate for you, that are impatient and do anything else but give you love… They do not understand that by doing that they are actually making it worse…

Take your time, the first step is on yourself… on regaining your space and you as your best friend.

‘To find happiness, you must face the demons that keep you trapped in anger, resentment, and the desire for revenge. Forgiveness releases these negative thoughts and emotions. Once free of them, you have greater control over your energy, thinking, and ability to make decisions that benefit yourself and others – decisions that arise out of positive emotions.

People who oppose forgiveness see it as weakness. Actually, ir requires extraordinary courage. “The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong.”


‘Forgiveness is not condoning a bad behaviour or justifying an offense.’ ‘Forgiveness is needed when we are hurt and grieving in some way about how we were mistreated.’

‘In forgiving, people are not being asked to forget. On the contrary, it is important to remember, so that we should not let such atrocities happen again. Forgiveness does not mean condoning what has been done. It means taking what happened seriously not minimizing it; drawing out the sting in the memory that threatens our existence,’

Excerpt from the Book HOW TO FORGIVE WHEN YOU CAN’T

by Dr. Jim Dincalci

Silvia Kusada is a GAT Class V Flag trained auditor and a GAT Class VI,

and Class IV C/S.

She is available for any help you may need:





  1. Love is the best way to heal.

    Silvia, I’m SO much with you on that one. It’s the best an only way out.
    Simple love

  2. “Force yourself to smile and you’ll soon stop frowning.
    Force yourself to laugh and you’ll soon find something to laugh about.
    Wax enthusiastic and you’ll very soon feel so.
    A being causes his own feelings.
    The greatest joy there is in life is creating.”
    Splurge on it!

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