Letting Go

“I rest in the light of forgiveness. I forgive myself and others for that which is done (and better left undone) and also that which is not done (and better if done). I give myself permission to enjoy this moment without guilt. I freely release all uncertainty, regret, and fear.”

-Mary Anne Radmacher

"People have a hard time letting go of their suffering. Out of a fear of the unknown, they prefer suffering that is familiar."

-Thich Nhat Hanh

Today’s 2 quotes go perfectly together. Are you going to forgive yourself or if your disability was caused by someone else did you forgive them? You need to forgive to be able to move forward and it is for you and no one else, please remember that. Being disabled is hard enough without carrying any kind of guilt or anger around. One thing you can do to help get past any anger and resentment you may have is to say affirmations. Here are a couple to get you started:

  1. I am in love, and at peace with myself, others.

  2. I am strong and will get through this brief moment in time

I forgive myself and others and only allow loving thoughts

Let me know if you have any affirmations you either like to say or can think have in the comments below.


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