I forgive myself

Do You Find It Easy To Forgive Yourself?

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Why Forgiveness Opens Your Heart To Love.

Are you holding onto “stuff” from your past that you thought you had forgiven yourself for?

Last week while I was having a NLP session several memories from 11 and 12 years ago surfaced. These were events I thought I had let go of and people I thought I had forgiven completely.

I discovered there were still some negatives lurking in the subconscious. I know through The Journey I had done lots of forgiveness both of others and of myself. So I was surprised to find these old hurts reappearing, including still some lack of total forgiveness of myself for past mistakes.

It did explain some of my hesitation in putting me and my work out there. The subconscious is amazing.

When we hold onto to our mistakes, or our so called failures  we stop ourselves from shining. I have also found that in not forgiving myself I have limited my life in so many ways.  The past can’t be changed as Oprah reminds us.

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Now it is time for me to give my subconscious permission to truly forgive myself. I am going to restart a daily practise that I used during my healing journey.The ancient Hawaiian Ho’oponopono Practice. Today’s episode of Suzie TV shares this forgiveness exercise.

Forgiveness is a gift you give yourself – Suzanne Somers

 10 Forgiveness Quotes from Suzie, Gandhi and Tertullian

  • When you forgive yourself you give yourself permission to shine -Suzie
  • When we forgive our heart smiles – Suzie
  • When we forgive the past we can move forward fearlessly- Suzie
  • Forgiving me opens my heart to love. – Suzie
  • With forgiveness comes acceptance – Suzie
  • When we forgive we open the doors to freedom – Suzie  CLICK TO TWEET Please
  • Forgiving me allows my light to brightly shine – Suzie
  • It takes a strong person to say sorry, and an ever stronger person to forgive. – Gandhi
  • You can’t undo anything you’ve already done, but you can face up to it. You can tell the truth. You can seek forgiveness. And then let God do the rest.- Tertullian

And a Prayer that helps the forgiveness process too:

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Join the conversation below and share how you forgive you!

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Suzie Cheel The Real Deal BE YOU BECOME ABUNDANT is her mantra Suzie is a Creative Gamechanging Visionary, Artist, Author, Intuitive Healer & Speaker. Law of Attraction trainer. The founder of The Heart Whisper Movement, creator of the Heart Whisper Oracle Cards that were born out of a near death experience, when her kidneys stopped functioning. Suzie found her true purpose here. . She was here to open people’s hearts to love. Her mission: to empower people to create abundant lives, through being powered by love and living their passion. Yes, Love Yourself into Abundance™. Suzie now mentors Creative Visionaries to Love themselves into Limitless Abundance & live a life of Freedo. Then they create successful profitable businesses that make a difference to their lives, their families, communities and the world. Yes creating ripples of change in the word of Gandhi Be the change you need to see in the world

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23 thoughts on “Do You Find It Easy To Forgive Yourself?”

  1. Dear Suzie,

    I practise ho’oponopono and read book Zero Limits by Joe Vitale, but still I am not able to forget past mistakes sins and worried whether it will pop up and tarnish my image. How to get rid of it.

    Regards

    1. Hi Ram,

      Yes forgiveness is a big issue and often stops us shining. You have to start with self love, yes loving you and as you have just opted in you will have access to a meditation. Getting real clarity on what you really really want also helps. Sometimes we have emotional blocks that stop us from forgiving ourselves too. Start with baby steps Suzie
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      1. Thank you for the response. Did not get on baby steps. I continuously chant ho’oponopono, will it help.

        Regards

  2. Suzie, what a wonderful piece
    I used forgiveness to stop my addiction to sugar, its very powerful
    when I forgave myself for all the ways I have mistreated my body over the years it was only then I realised that I had a massive addiction to sugar.. I was able to use this forgiveness to go further into self love and stop eating processed sugar
    wonderful x

  3. Forgiveness is so vital to our health and well being Suzie. I’m glad it’s a focus this week. As your other commenters have pointed out, it isn’t a one off process. Taking stock of what would be helpful to release on a daily basis keeps us tuned up on the forgiveness scale and eliminates those toxic feelings that only end up poisoning us.

    Great post. 🙂

  4. I find foregiveness is a constant practice as new things pop up according to the evolution of our soul. I see it when I read peoples charts in my astrology readings. Love that you mention Ho’oponopono – a fabulous practice. I think I need to do this again 🙂 Lovely post my friend.

  5. Hello Suzie,
    Forgiveness really is a process. As I continue to grow, learn and heal in my life, work and relationships – I have come to appreciate that forgiveness is an act of self care. “With forgiveness comes acceptance” – Suzie. Acceptance of self, acceptance of others, acceptance of the truth. Thanks so much for sharing your journey. – Peace & Blessings! , Phyllis

  6. Suzie, I always take away food for thought when I visit your site. Maybe this can be my theme for the week — I’ll watch the self talk to make sure I stay on the right path. Thank you for this thoughtful article.

  7. Well said Suzie. When I was younger I had to go through a period of learning to forgive my parents – what for doesn’t matter – but there are support groups for this kind of thing. In fact I attended one – just once – and it was seeing all of these people carrying such pain around with them every day that was the catalyst that enabled me to finally forgive and move on. Forgiving someone (including yourself) doesn’t mean you condone the behavior – maybe whatever it was the person did the best they could at the time. Or maybe circumstances compelled you to make a poor judgment call. Whatever, that mistake or behavior does not have to define you as a human unless you choose to let it.

    1. Hi Marty, That is so true about forgiveness, i know in The Journey process the important thing is forgive the person, even though you may not condone the behaviour- something as I wrote this sent off a little alarm bell. thanks for your perceptive comment ♡♡♡

  8. Ahhhh forgiveness….that complex and elusive subject Suzie. Very courageous post 🙂 Hmmmm, I did extensive work years ago too..funny how those niggiles resurface…My mantra is self-fogiveness is my bridge to wholeness…Deep bow sister ♥

  9. I have done a lot of work in this area.. especially in forgiving myself… but also in continuing to forgive those who continually seem to carry old offences. I love Oprahs quote because that is so true.. We cannot change what happened.. only forgive and move on. Easy to say. Hard to do .. I believe impossible to do without God. Great reminder today

  10. Suzie, Lovely article… I find that forgiveness work is one of those spirals; I keep getting new and deeper opportunities to forgive, and forgive, and forgive… And the more I forgive others, the more I find myself at the core… and so I can begin to forgive myself for my oh-so-human flaws, mistakes, and frailties.

    Love and gratitude,
    Sue

  11. Forgiveness…….so easily typed…..spoken and in the beginning of the process so difficult to admit and unravel. You’ve tackled a whammy of a subject Suzie…..but a subject that has to be addressed in each and every person alive.

  12. Thanks, Suzie, for your very interesting article. It is very timely for the forthcoming Lenten Season. If one forgives oneself for the things that she has gone wrong, it is easy for her to forgive others.

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