To forgive – divine.
This year is going to be an immense transition for all of us. A transition that will be quite meaningful. Most will stay and some will move on with passed loved ones. We are all seeing many leave. It’s ok. Just keep in mind, you don’t want to have any baggage left that may carry over to another life. Forgiveness can help alleviate some of that.
People love to start with a commitment for the new year and if you are going to stick with one, it would benefit you greatly if you can begin the forgiveness journey. Many have already given up on the diet thing, why not try this instead. It really does lighten the load.
Even if you don’t want to, do your best. Be willing to forgive. That may be all you need – is the willingness. Family, friends, yourself, bosses, past lovers, the world, etc. Make a list. Spend time on this. Take a few minutes at a time, if that is all you can do. When you can, let your mind wander. See who comes up and write that name down.
After you have as many names as you can do, then send them love. One person or situation at a time. Take the first name on the list and beam love like a bright white light right to their hearts. Tell them, “I forgive you and I forgive me. You are free and I am free.” See them smile and at peace. If it still feels like it isn’t all done, then do it again. Sometimes you have to forgive yourself first before others, whether you think you did anything or not. It take patience. Don’t judge the person or past. Forgive and let go. Then go on to the next name and so on. You will be a pro in no time.
Again, I say – Do YOUR best. Not anyone else’s. This isn’t a competition. Just love and forgiveness. Keep it simple.
Much love to you in your efforts,