The Power of Forgiveness with Sally Perry

The Outer Limits of Inner Truth presents an introspective look at the power of forgiveness: How to forgive yourself and how to forgive others

Featured on the program is Rev. Sally Perry – a beloved teacher and kindhearted soul whom we have honored to feature (her bio is below)

“Forgiveness allows one to free the soul and release cell memory stored in the body from the past.”

Rev. Sally Perry, Spirit Medicine of Cherokee lineage and initiated as Swami Satchidanand, is an internationally known visionary, spiritual healer, teacher and author of Chronicles of a Healer, She Who Dances. From 1981, she was blessed by and worked with Joseph Rael, Beautiful Painted Arrow of the Southern Ute nation in Picuris Pueblo. In 2008, was initiated as Swami Satchidanand by Yug Purusha Swami Paramanand Ji who is internationally recognized as a Hindu leader and advisor in India. It is through her enormous work throughout the world and connection to these amazing spiritual leaders that Rev. Perry created the East West Bridge.

Rev. Perry was an official observer at 2000 World Millennium Peace Summit at the United Nations, received the Hampton Roads of Virginia “Outstanding Business Woman of the Year Award” and was a Unity Church teacher in Virginia Beach in the late ’70s. She is one of 23 modern mystics in the book 2012 THE GOOD NEWS? Modern Mystics Speak, by Danijela Kracun and Charles McFadden, and is featured in Past Lives by Jean Rita Linder.

Spirit Medicine, of Cherokee lineage, is a visionary, spiritual healer and teacher. She has a unique gift to see the soul and to embrace the all pervading energy of the universe. She is the author of Chronicles of a Healer: She Who Dances and A Master’s Teaching to an American Healer, Immortality. She leads sweat lodges, spirit medicine wheels, vision quests and world peace dances worldwide for groups and private gatherings.Through healing herself, Sally Perry found she was able to heal the hurt in others. She has given of herself so freely to her fellow sufferers from all manners of affliction to which the human heart and mind are heir. Her work is her devotion for God’s unfolding love for all of humanity.

Quotes About Forgiveness

Forgive your enemies, but never forget their names.
John F. Kennedy

Forgiveness is about empowering yourself, rather than empowering your past.
T. D. Jakes

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

Resentment is like drinking poison and then hoping it will kill your enemies.
—Nelson Mandela

Always forgive your enemies—nothing annoys them so much.
—Oscar Wilde

We must develop and maintain the capacity to forgive. He who is devoid of the power to forgive is devoid of the power to love. There is some good in the worst of us and some evil in the best of us. When we discover this, we are less prone to hate our enemies.
—Martin Luther King, Jr.


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