6 Steps On How To Forgive Everyone In Your Life And Move On From Your Past

It’s up to up to get past your ego, and choose to forgive others. It’s you who’s chosen to be a prisoner of your past, not the other person. This holds you back from experiencing your true potential. You carry the weight of shame or blame on your shoulders, the previous misdeeds that went wrong, The grudges and the revenge that you hold, feeling that you’re not good enough or disrespected.

What all this does, is impedes your forward progress. You hold the power to heal yourself physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually, which will set you free. By carrying resentment and old hurts of the past, you’re just harming yourself, more than those who you perceive did the hurting to you.

You need to learn how to forgive. The majority of major health issues occur, and are resolved, because of emotional turmoil such as not being able to forgive. Anxiety and destroyed relationships, are caused from carrying resentment and bitterness, which stems from not forgiving.

Deciding To Forgive
This forgiveness, needs to be relieved without blame, and in genuine intent and honesty. It needs to be totally real, or else it’s not truly forgiven. You’re just fooling yourself, if you don’t truly forgive from the heart.

At times, the person you’re wanting to forgive, doesn’t even think or care that they did anything wrong. Forgive them anyways. We all have choices that we make in life, and it’s their choice not to feel responsible.

Self-empowerment is taking care of yourself, doing things for yourself. You don”t need the permission of anyone else to heal yourself. Take back your power by forgiving them, rid of the bad energy and move on with your life.

Just Move On
You don’t need their acknowledgement or notice, for you to forgive them. This is something you owe to yourself. You’re only responsible for your own healing and happiness.

Once you do decide to forgive someone, a higher part of their being subconsciously knows and accepts your forgiveness. So in essence, you’re remotely helping the other person, this by your unselfish act of forgiving them.

Since that person isn’t taking responsibility for their involvement, or are unaware, they’ll remain stuck in their life where they’re at. But like anything else, they’ll hopefully evolve when the time is right for them.

Buried Pain
There’s a lot of hurt and pain, that’s buried deep within our subconscious mind. We don’t remember them, therefore we feel that we’re free of them, which isn’t true.

This hurt and pain, is energetic memory that’s stored and forgotten deep within our mind, yet it runs our lives. It’s a silent tape recorder that keeps replaying over and over, one that stifles our growth and holds us in victim mode.

Forgiving is something you need to do to relieve this, to heal yourself physically and mentally, to leave “victim” consciousness, and raise your vibration. Then you can move forward with your life.

Forgiving doesn’t mean you’re accepting the other person’s behavior. All you’re doing is just releasing the harmful energies that’s overcasting your personal health and well being, this rather than letting them off the hook.

When you hold on to the pain, the wrongdoing or fear, you’re just surrendering to the person who did the hurting. If you don’t forgive this person and yourself, you’re allowing subconscious programing to run your life.

6 Steps To Forgive
You’re ready to heal yourself, ready to forgive everyone you think who’s ever done you wrong, or you did wrong to them. You can do so by following a series of steps, to free yourself.

1.) – Find a quiet sacred space, sit down and write a list. Go back into your memory, and start writing down every single person, that you feel has created any type of pain, hurt, or suffering in your life.

2.) – Go right back to the beginning. Think of your parents, siblings, relatives, schoolmates, and neighbors. Without judgment, write down every single name that comes to mind.

3.) – Once you feel your list is complete, then go back again and start a new list of those you’ve hurt or disrespected yourself, this either intentionally or unintentionally.

4.) – It’s your life, so be as honest with yourself as possible. Keep in mind that it’s you and only you, who’s doing the suffering, this by not taking responsibility for your own actions.

5.) – Once you’re finished, start at the top of the list, and for each person say: “I forgive (name) and I forgive myself now. I release all the karmic energy, that we’ve shared together in all directions of time. I send you love and bless you on your way. I call upon the power of the universe, to cut any and all psychic cords between (name) and me now.”

6.) – Then mentally feel these psychic cords becoming severed, lifted, healed, released and let go into the universe. ” I therefore completely accept the healing of my relationship with (name) now. Thank you!”

No One Ever Is To Blame
This process may take awhile, but it’s extremely effective. Free yourself and then move on. If you feel that there’s someone you have a difficult time forgiving, then go back and repeat the affirmation on a daily basis, this until you feel you’ve forgiven them and yourself completely.

Also know that just because you’ve decided to forgive someone for their part, doesn’t mean you need to resume any type of relationship with this person, especially it it’s been severed. All your doing is forgiving, freeing yourself, so just move on.

Other extremely powerful ways to free yourself by forgiving someone, is through mental energy work, such as meditation and visualization, which will work specifically to deprogram your subconscious mind.

What you now have, is the power within you to change your life, so decide who you want to forgive right now. Keep in mind that all you’re doing is cleansing your soul, this so you can move on with your life, because of someone who’s holding you back.

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