Time to let sh*t go, is that ok? Just one step at a time.
Let’s start with the worst things, the things that hold you back, weigh you down and prevent you from creating the success in your life that you deserve.
I want you to think about a time when someone else’s behaviour, words or actions have deeply affected you. Maybe you have been bullied, assaulted, left broken hearted or made to feel worthless by someone else. I need to you to forgive that person.
That situation has made you WHO YOU ARE, and without being you, just as you are, right now in this moment, you wouldn’t be in this place of making positive and powerful changes. ?This is a moment for physical pen on paper, the process of healing is started with actually writing those feelings down one word at a time. Gratitude is a place of such purity and joy and without going through this pain, you just cannot get to it. I know telling you to be grateful for those people or that person right now just won’t wash, so we need to start with forgiveness.
The situation I want you to forgive is the one you keep picking like a scab to see if it still hurts, you know as well as I do that the more you go back and pick a scab, the longer it will take to heal all over again. So the only way of finally moving on is to forgive and let go. For good. ?In this letter I want you to describe the situation, the person or people & how it made you feel. Then I want you to describe how you STILL feel, in detail. I want you to describe what it has done to you as a person and how it has affected your life. It’s ok to embrace all of the emotions surrounding this, because you are releasing them, for the very last time. ?The next part of the letter I want you to write, is that you are now making a conscious decision, a choice to walk away from how you feel. You are choosing to take control, take your life back on your terms and draw a line under the past. ?In the final part of this letter, I need you let that person know, that they no longer serve any purpose in your thoughts and emotions, that they hold no power over you, and that you forgive them.
Seal your letter, bin it, burn it or shred it. Do whatever you like with it because it is OVER, DONE, FORGIVEN. ?? Whilst you are in this this really powerful place, I want you to write one final letter.
I need you to forgive yourself ?? You are probably standing massively in your in your own way right now, and I need you to move. You need you to move.
I’m guessing that experiences over time have left you carrying emotions of guilt, frustration, fear and even anger. Just take this time to forgive yourself for feeling anything other than gratitude for exactly where you are right now.
Using the same structure as in your first letter, I want you to put pen to paper and write this final note of forgiveness to yourself, allowing yourself to become totally empowered in the process.
Then once again, seal your letter, bin it, burn it or shred it. Do whatever you like with it because it is time to begin your next chapter.