Whole Heart Forgiveness

Whole heart Forgiveness


“Forgiveness is the fragrance that the violet sheds on the  heel that has crushed it.”  Mark Twain

Learning to forgive yourself and others opens the doors to healing.  Who do you need to forgive?  What do you need to forgive yourself for?

In order to heal the physical body, we must first heal the emotional and spiritual bodies.  Forgiveness is a great space to be in to start this healing energy.  Forgiveness heals the heart.

I invite you to watch this video about an amazing self healing tool and Wayne Dyer's thoughts on forgiveness and healing:


Happy heart Valentine's Day

February is a great month to think about heart health.  Good foods for healing the heart are onions, garlic, cayenne, hawthorn berries, motherwort, rosemary, passion flower (the heart IS a center of passion!), and my favorite herb for everything nourishing and healing, stinging nettles.   A whole food diet supplies the heart cells with the nutrients needed to continue beating long into old age.

To read my full article on whole foods and herbs for your beating heart's health, published in the current issue of the  Canadian magazine Herbal Collective.   Go to this link and click forward to page 9:


Be well, forgive fiercely, and love intensely, Paula


ghandi "The weak can never forgive.  Forgiveness is an attribute of the strong."  Mahatma Gandhi

Forgiveness is a powerful tool in self-healing.

When we forgive others, we release the strangle hold of anger and frustration that prevents our own self from moving forward in our personal growth and development.

We release the person we forgive as well!

One of my favorite Don Henley songs. I wore out my cassette tape, in 1989, listening to this one song, over and over and over:




Holistic Hugs & Peaceful Blessings!

Paula M. Youmell, RN, MS, CHC

Certified Holistic Health, Nutrition & Fitness Counselor

(315) 265-0961

"Just lift the corner of the clouds and the sun is

ALWAYS shining!"                              Eli Schechter

"Forgiveness releases you,

    not the person you are forgiving." 

From:  Love Works: Seven Timeless Principles for Effective Leaders

By Joel Manby

Stop giving away your power by holding onto the past. Forgiving releases your anger, hatred, and bitter feelings. Forgiving brings you peace.

Give your body, mind, and soul a healing chance.