The next thing that takes people’s peace away and manifests into disease is betrayal in relationships, real or unreal. The thing about betrayal is either it’s the person who’s betraying or the person who gets betrayed. Either one can lose the peace. The person who betrayed can self-punish. The person who was betrayed upon has forgiveness to deal with.
The biggest challenge with forgiveness is people associate forgiveness with “letting people go,” not holding people accountable, and it’s not. Forgiveness is when you don’t hold it. You don’t carry it. It’s their problem. Forgiveness is a huge lesson on this physical plane, and often I remind Christian patients and clients of Jesus’ last words, as he was on the cross, “Forgive them, Father, for they do not know…” And that is your self-forgiveness, “Forgive me, Father, for I did not know.” If it’s another person, it’s “Forgive them, Father, for they did not know.”
In any situation you have only three options. You can accept that’s what it was or “what is.” You can try to change the situation or change the person in the situation, or avoid it. But, it is a huge component to the physical issues. Forgiveness is the key.