40 Days of Forgiveness – Day 7 Opening to New Possibilities
As I approach my day today, I realize that all things are possible for me, but I might not be open to them. I know what I know and that’s comfortable.
But new learning experiences are patiently waiting on me to receive them, so today I forgive the part of me that is stagnant and comfortable where I am.
I realize that for me to push out of my “comfort zone” I must forgive that part of me that says, “no change. I like it just the way it is now!’
I know that opening to the possibilities will breathe new life into my mental and emotional foundation. If only I will allow it.
So today I WILL allow the possibilities to be possible for me.
I let my emotions surface on staying put where I am, “I am comfortable and its time for me to grow. I’m not getting where I want doing what I am doing. I would prefer to stay stationary, but that’s not working for me now. I’m not moving. I won’t participate in stagnation any longer. I’m done with this!”
I really feel that statement take shape in my heart. I meant what I said. It’s time to move forward or else.
So I release the expectation that I can’t move forward and that I never will be able to.
I find a new boundary for myself that will allow me to remain open to what is good for me and keep out my space what is not.
I physically pick up stagnation as if it were a heavy rock and I toss it away from me, even throw it across the room.
I open up to my Higher Self and Great Spirit to help me replace stagnation with free flowing movement for my life.
I allow a window in my head to open up like a skylight as I receive Light into my body from above me.
I let this Light works its way through my body spreading out like a wave of goodness carrying all of my stagnation away.
I let this sink in. Now, I am ready to move, ready for change. I am ready to receive.
I give a moment of gratitude for the ability to be open to the possibilities now.
I release myself once and for all from stagnation. I say, “I let stagnation be somewhere else. I release me to be me in movement.”
I sense what is good about stagnation, that it provided me a place to rest and learn, but now its time to move.
As I move, I pay attention to the differences in me now as this takes hold.
And I keep on moving forward remaining open to what is possible.