Forgiveness

Letting go is forgiveness.  A willingness not to hold onto the so-called injustice. Breathing deeply and seeing it for what it is.  Tip-toeing out of my box and in to something bigger and brighter.  Neale Donald Walsh has shared a wonderful quote, “Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.”  I believe this to be true.  Life does begin at the end of one’s comfort zone.   I’ve noticed my energy flows in harmony, I feel lighter and calmer.  I become more aware of when I am in resistance with life and when I am trying to fix other’s, and pointing out there faults.  My business is with myself and myself only.  This is the path to freedom.
Freeing myself from the chains that kept me living in my comfort zone.  I feel alive when I step outside my comfort zone.  There is more space inside of me to tap into my authentic self, to live fully, to do what I came here to do.  It’s not about fixing yourself or others but to allow yourself to be where you are.  This includes feeling your feelings and allowing your beliefs to be exactly where they are.    Giving them space to hold themselves accountable.

We live in Martyship when we feel we have to fix others or remind them of their injustices.  Are we not that too?  We are part of the whole.  We are that too.  So why not begin anew and being responsible for ourselves and being accountable.  This is where true power dwells.  I relax, let go, my cells are in harmony, breathing is rhythmic, energy flows through my body and restores oxygen and fresh blood to those areas that were constricted before.  I also relinquish parts of my self that was not heard before.  Now I trust and listen to that part I was blocking or avoiding.  This is transcendence in its finest.  I am willing to allow, let go and be heard by my inner knowing and more importantly Trust the process.  For me , this i what feeling alive is all about!  Allowing my feelings to surface and to trust the process.

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