I talked with a friend of mine a couple of weeks ago about forgiveness. Don’t recall how we started the topic. However we are both Leos.
And I mentioned that I’m typically easy to hurt, but after I’m over the initial wounding, I’m willing to move on and forgive. My friend said the same thing and he believes it’s a Leo trait. I researched a bit online and here is some of what I’ve found:
—Leos are loving, positive, and deeply loyal, so if you’re close to them, you’re likely to be forgiven for pretty much anything (but not without a lot of work).
When you hurt Leo, they want you to know. One they feel you’ve “gotten it” or even if some time has passed, they’re usually willing to give you another chance. They hate staying mad for long.
Does that sound like you? Are you a Leo? I know those above quotes fit me, because I don’t have the capacity to stay angry anymore. I learned a long time ago that holding grudges, staying angry, staying hurt, only hurts YOU!
It does nothing to the person you’re angry at. Whether that’s a Leo trait or not I know that I feel much better releasing the bitterness, the anger, the hurt, rather than holding onto it. And I’ve had plenty of experience.
Up until several years ago, I stayed angry and hurt at the slightest provocation. It wasn’t until I realized that anger and that hurt caused my great distress:
–A pit in my stomach
The emotional pain caused physical manifestations. It was then that I decided I could no longer angry, stay hurt. Once I made the decision to voice my initial displeasure then move on, my emotional and physical well being changed for the better.
I forgive easily now.
I no longer hold grudges.
I no longer stay hurt.
And I have no expectations from anyone.
Whether Leo forgives more easily is beside the point. We should all learn to forgive. There is no better way to live than through forgiveness. Your whole life will change if you can embrace that trait. Your body will thank you.
Be Happy! Be Well! Be Positive!
Blessings to you.
Once you realize that life is eternal,
That our souls our eternal,
That we return to light and physical over and over;
We then lose all our distress
We then lose all our fear of dying. For there truly is no end.