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Forgive Yourself: It Wasn’t Your Fault by Aileen Nunez

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Forgive Yourself: It Wasn’t Your Fault by Aileen Nunez

Forgive Yourself!!! It Wasn’t Your Fault
The biggest challenge is to realize that you did worse to yourself than what your perpetrator did to you (by use the word perpetrator it is not referring to a rapist or child molester, it is to identify the person who robbed you of what was yours without your permission). You took it all in and accepted what they did unto you was going to destroy you. By not speaking up or even finding a way to defend your position, you conspired in the plan of your own destruction. How awful is that? You became your worst enemy. You gave the permission that what they did was not only going to mark you, but it was going to change the whole course of your life. It was going to change your view of life. It was going to take way your self-love. At that point, you could choose to self medicate with drugs, drink alcohol regularly or find other means of self-destruction. To forgive yourself you must first realize you were the victim. You did nothing wrong! It is about going within and establishing an inner dialogue that includes words of healing and love. You did not choose the experience of being betrayed. Love yourself enough to remind yourself that you did it perfect. You did not know any better and the time that has passed has been necessary in order for you to realize to choose a better experience in your life. You remind yourself that you are a being of light, love and peace rather than the suffering you have endured throughout your life by being a victim. Connect to the different parts of your body and forgive each area sending a lot of love and light. Begin a sequence of meditation to your liking that will allow you to silence your mind, to organize your thoughts and to release the repeated thoughts that have haunted and tormented you for so long. Frequent places that connect you to nature. Find a sacred place in a garden, inside your home, by the beach or just in your own bedroom where you could nourish your soul. Where you feel good inside, at peace. Filling in moments of your day, while driving, or even in the bathroom, at work, with connecting to your breath. Creating an awareness that your breath gives you life. Create words of affirmations that include Life is good to you. Expressing gratitude will also fill your inner self with a special energy of oneness to your higher self and to the light of your soul. It is with love and compassion that you begin the healing process that will help you manifest the forgiveness you so much deserve. This is your life and you are worthy of having all the good that is in this world for you. Make this experience the most precious event so that the tragedies have no significance and get canceled out by all the greatness connected to you. Do it!!!! It is your time to heal! I did!!!!!!

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It Hurts Me To Forgive by Aileen Nunez

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It Hurts Me To Forgive by Aileen Nunez

It Hurts Me to Forgive
We all have someone in our life that has hurt us deeply and we can’t get past what they put us through. We feel that forgiving means we forget the pain they caused us. That we are accepting of the deep agony and suffering we endured. That we are allowing them to get away with what they did.  That we are dismissing that what they did to us was ok.  We fester with these thoughts for days, months and even years.  They stuck a dagger in our hearts and now we have to just pick ourselves up and move on as if nothing.  We can’t really get out of our mind how they got away with such despicable behavior. Everyone tells us to get over it and move on. What are they even saying? It was a whole lifetime of suffering and I have to pretend as if I’m ok and move past it? Of course we want to get past it or even pretend it was nothing but the truth remains that not only did they hurt us with the event, they got away with it and left us broken. The truth of the matter is that allowing ourselves to stay stuck on the deep wound, we’ve allowed the event to reoccur over and over again as if on instant replay. We allow that person to hurt us day in and day out and it doesn’t allow us to ever heal. How sad that we’ve given permission to that person to continue having the power and control to repeatedly hurt us and they stay in charge of any chance of happiness and self love we could ever enjoy. Our enemy stays so close they become part of our soul. We let the door of our hearts and mind open for them to come in and out as they please. They empower themselves by weakening us. Then we wake up one day and realize that we not only allowed them to victimize us, we remained a victim for the rest of the time we chose to continue to endure pain. I’m here to tell you it’s ok to forgive them for not being what we wanted them to be, for not being a better person, for not embracing the love we offered them. It’s not us who is broken. It’s really their fault for wanting to be and have what we clearly remind them that they don’t. That we are so much better than they are. It’s time to choose healing over all this! It’s time to mend the wounds and release the pain. It is time to forgive us for allowing ourselves to stay close to the person who didn’t value our greatness. It is your turn to connect to being the best you can be. Release the hurt and connect to forgiving yourself for the self punishment you’ve endured. Love yourself enough to let the tragedy stay in the past. Live for today!!!! That’s all you really have….. Share your thoughts and experiences…..

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