Does unresolved conflict rise up when you see old friends and family during the holidays?
Do you wish you could redo scenarios in the past to create more harmony in your life and relationships?
You are not alone and you’re in the right place!
The holidays evoke emotions and memories from the past. Some of these memories are positive, but many people experience negative memories that make them anxious and stressed out.
As we prepare to enter the holiday season, let’s focus on forgiveness so we can free ourselves from the shackles of old negative memories and emotions.
Last week in Part 1 of my Forgiveness series, we focused on forgiving ourselves. Forgiveness truly is a gift that we give to ourselves, and those around us.
We meditated on releasing the guilt, shame or negativity we feel towards ourselves for past conflicts. We worked together to forgive ourselves for the judgements we made about a situation or person.
Perhaps we were not responsible for a conflict, but when we take accountability for how we judged it and processed the emotions, we can better equip ourselves to release those emotions and forgive ourselves.
The next step is to forgive other people who have hurt us in the past. If you are carrying pain and anger as a result of a conflict with someone in the past, this is your opportunity to release that pain with forgiveness.
As we explored in last week’s video, we must first define what forgiveness means to us.
Forgiveness happens when we make a decision to release feelings of resentment and anger toward a person, regardless of whether they actually deserve forgiveness. Forgiveness does not mean forgetting, nor does it mean condoning things that happened.
Would you like to release old feelings of hurt, anger and resentment? It will lighten your load and enable you to create more space for goodness.
According to recent studies, one of the best tools for forgiveness is MEDITATION and prayer.
I help people learn how to shift into forgiveness within themselves via deep and profound connection and healing within, in their meditation practice. I often refer to it as an elevated state of grace.
In this video you are going to learn 4 steps to release old pain and anger by forgiving the person who hurt you, and by cutting the energetic cord between you. Whenever we have a relationship with someone, we have an energetic cord connecting us.
When the relationship is toxic or negative, then the energy of the cord connecting you is toxic and negative. We can free ourselves of this connection by visualizing cutting the cord.
Most often, we don’t even realize how huge the burdens that we carry are, and how heavy they are. These energetic burdens can drain our energy and get in the way of us having positive, loving and free-flowing relationships with others. Let’s get rid of those burdens!
After I break down the 4 steps to forgiveness, I will guide you in a meditation to practice the 4 steps, including cutting the emotional cords connecting us to people who have hurt us.
Give me the term “forgiveness” below and I will send you the show notes from today’s video so that you will be able to work on forgiveness.
If we’ve not met, I’m Jen Dial and I help busy people plug into their inner peace, align with their purpose and achieve their health goals with meditation on a daily basis.
We do this using my signature Golden Particles Meditation Technique, via private coaching, group masterminds and our Meditation Library full of recorded meditations that help you navigate the valleys and peaks in life.
Now, I will explain the forgiveness technique, then we will practice this in meditation together.
Remember to enter “forgiveness” below for the show notes.
- Breathe in forgiveness and grace, and exhale the old pain and anger that is inside of you.
- Visualize surrounding the person you wish to forgive with the golden particles of compassion and forgiveness. This person does not need to be alive, or in your life for this to work.
- Now, imagine the energetic cord between you and this person. Ask your guardian angels or archangels to cut the cord and release the pain and anger you’ve been carrying.
- Breathe in forgiveness again, and this time exhale your love and forgiveness as you release pain and anger and visualize the cord dissolving until it is completely gone. You are now free of these negative emotions.
Now, let’s meditate to access the freedom of forgiveness…
- Guide 10 minute meditation.
Practice practice practice and it will become second nature for you to practice forgiveness, thereby improving your health, your relationships, your happiness and your holidays.
I’ll see you right here next Tuesday at 10:00am PDT, for another value-packed video about improving your life. Please mark your calendar and join us!
And I am so excited about my upcoming Live Meditation Session where I will be sharing 5 Essential Keys to Meditation in 10 Minutes/Day! Enter forgiveness to get on the list to join us so we can meditate together
If you would like more information on my meditation masterminds, private programs and my Visions Living Library, please join this special upcoming Live Meditation Session, where I will share an exciting opportunity to work with our amazing group of light workers, just enter forgiveness below. We would love to invite you into our community. We embody PEACE, PURPOSE AND COMMUNITY.
I wish you a blessed life full of purpose and joy. Namaste.