Today’s forgiving journal is about the soothing voice of forgiveness.
I broke my computer today.
I really got down on myself. I knew I was judging. I was really being grouchy and mean to myself (and the person I love the most).
I realized I had an opportunity to walk my talk when I didn’t want to. And I did it.
I started by calling someone. I just needed someone to be my witness. (Sometimes having support is really key, right?)
I then asked myself, “What can I let go of?” When I did this, I realized I didn’t want to take responsibility for what happened – I was playing the victim. And I got that someone in my past – mother, father, etc. – may have reacted when I broke something, or did something else “wrong”.
Time for forgiveness:
1 – I forgive myself for judging the part of me that wants to play the victim as wrong or bad. I forgive myself for judging my mom and dad and anyone else as bad for their reactions. I forgive myself for judging myself for making myself wrong for breaking the computer.
2 – I let this go with my own soothing voice. It’s ok that I broke my computer. It’s ok that I judged myself for it, and played the victim. And it’s ok that other people had their reactions.
3 – I am so grateful for this opportunity to let go – wow. I am grateful for choosing into speaking to myself in kind words. And I am grateful for my parents being exactly who they are. They are really ok inside of me, and so am I.
The funny thing is, I’m preparing for a workshop this Friday called “The Soothing Voice of Forgiveness”. I just got a good look at how I’d like to do this event with ME first. Isn’t that where it all starts?
I love you.
ps – you are welcome to participate in this workshop – it’s online and free. Click here to sign up.
Here’s a video I just posted about the experience! ❤