Get Over It to Get on With It



The ability to forgive has been instrumental in allowing me to create the life I love. That’s why I wrote a blog for The Huffington Post called Get Over It to Get on With It.


Forgiveness doesn’t just apply to the big stuff like somebody cheating on you or betraying you. It also applies to the smaller incidences, from your boss yelling at you to the barista at Starbucks getting your coffee wrong. In Huna we learn there are three types of transgressions which require forgiveness. Click here to learn about these transgressions, and why it’s a good idea to forgive. As author Lewis Smedes put it, “To forgive is to set a prisoner free and to discover that the prisoner was you.”


Dr. Matt


Photo credit: Michal Marcol


  1. Kevin Lewandowski says:

    Thank you so much for sharing that with me

  2. Jodi Crowe says:

    I love this process of forgiveness, it has brought so much peace and calm to my life:) One question. Is there a process of forgiveness I can do on myself? Sincerely, Jodi Crowe

  3. My pleasure, Kevin! Let us know what this does for you!

  4. Thank you so much and I also so love this technique. Here is the cool part! Since you are doing this in your head, when the person on the stage says I forgive you, that is actually you forgiving yourself!