Today’s forgiving journal: Letting go of Perfection

Today’s forgiving blog is about letting go of perfection.
In my last journal, I wrote about a 3-part forgiving tool, “Forgiving Journal”. How about I practice what I’m writing by doing it in this blog!
OK so here are the parts of the journal: Self-forgiveness, Letting Go, Gratitude.
Here I go:
I forgive myself for judging myself as unlovable if I am not doing things perfectly.
I let this judgment go into the Light, I ask for help from Spirit to release it, to love myself, and to forget it (for the highest good).
I am grateful for the word, Gratitude. It is a positive direction for me to focus on instead of trying to be perfect. YES!!!
This is my process for today.
So many blessings to all. Oh – I have a quote on perfection to share with PerfectionCard - May 5 2016you! It’s from a card that a dear friend gave to me on my birthday. It is a heartfelt prayer of mine to see perfection this way, with a lot of trust and blessings, and a whole lotta loving – what a way to refocus what perfection truly means!  (Feel free to interchange God with another word if that works better for you.)
I love you all. Have a wonderful day. 🙂
Debbie “Forgiving Girl!” Roth

7 thoughts on “Today’s forgiving journal: Letting go of Perfection

  1. Thank you for sharing this. Your affirmations are well thought out and necessary. I tend to hold on to the illusion of perfection and start living my life and letting it unfold as it should. Have a wonderful weekend 🙂


    1. YES! I love “letting it unfold as it should”. I was just saying to a friend that I set my intentions and then allow my life to reveal itself to me (or do this the best I can anyway). 🙂 Have a wonderful weekend too. Blessings!

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