40 Days of Forgiveness – Day 7 Opening to New Possibilities

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40 Days of Forgiveness – Day 7 Opening to New Possibilities






“Each aspect within us needs understanding and compassion. If we are unwilling to give it to ourselves how can we expect the world to give it to us?”
― Debbie Ford

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.


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