Today’s forgiving journal is about redefining old ways.
I immediately thought, “I am so tired of being on the fence.” I’ve spent so much of my life believing that I am going to make a wrong choice. If I dig a little deeper, I also am afraid to make a choice because that means that I need to fully LIVE in it.
Sitting here right now, I don’t even know why that is so scary. I’m aware that when I look deeper at a false belief, I get to the illusion that’s running me. Well, I am ready to let this go – with love.
1 – Self-forgiveness: I forgive myself for judging myself for staying stuck in old ways of doing things, of seeing me. I forgive myself for judging all the times I’ve sat on the fence. I forgive myself for judging how very alone that has felt for me.
2 – Letting go: I look into my heart now and ask for help to let this old belief structure go. I throw away what I thought was the key to being safe and I open to love and new beginnings.
3 – Gratitude: My biggest blessing is to choose love. It is my key to living an abundant life, which to me is full of grace, joy, connection, and a whole lot of living. I am grateful for the beauty of our planet and for the option to choose love in every moment.
Let’s redefine that belief around fences. I now see fences as a beautiful enclosure to a sanctuary inside of me, with stages of learning on top of it and a table for two. Life is good and I’m open to share it, to live it, and most of all – to love it all, starting with me.
I love you.