Tagged with Forgiveness

The Daily Draw: Judgement, Reversed

The Daily Draw: Judgement, Reversed

Forgiveness is Self-Care The Judgement card can represent hearing or feeling a calling, making a decision, feeling transformed or rejuvenated, or forgiveness of yourself and others. This morning I feel the focus is on forgiveness, and now that I’m looking at my words on virtual paper, I can see how that impacts all the other … Continue reading

The Daily Draw: Judgement

The Daily Draw: Judgement

The Judgement card represents a range of energy. It signifies a turning point in life, a transition that may be a change of direction or, just as likely, a step up into a higher vibration or level of existence. You feel strongly motivated to walk that path with determination. Judgement can also represent the energies … Continue reading

Forgive

Forgive

Forgiveness means being able to let go of hurt and pain you’ve endured in the past. Forgiveness means refusing to spend any more energy dwelling on the past and the emotional baggage that you’ve collected on your journey from there to here. Forgiveness may or may not have meaning for the person you are forgiving, … Continue reading

Be Yourself

Be Yourself

One of the greatest challenges we face in our development is self-discovery, finding out who we are, being ourselves. We start off innocent children. Inevitably, we encounter people who want us to conform, beginning a power struggle that will follow us throughout our lives at home, school, church, peers, the workplace, etc. Socially, the world seems … Continue reading

Forgiveness is a Choice

Forgiveness is a Choice

Last week I collected a fair bit of baggage over an event that I had been looking forward to attending for the past seven or eight months. At the time I first learned of the event, someone volunteered to perform a service for me that would enable me to go. When the time came, this … Continue reading

Healing a Post-Marriage Relationship

There’s a couple I know who divorced a few years ago, separated over ten years ago, and have several children together. They both have good relationships with their children.  The couple relate to each other by avoiding each other as much as possible. When they first split, there was a mixed ability to have reasonable … Continue reading

Newton’s Law of Politics

For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.  Newton’s law is as good an explanation as any for what is going on in American politics these days.  With two months left to go, the red and the blue armies, the colors of this political civil war, are exaggerating, misrepresenting and just plain lying … Continue reading

On Letting Go of Past Pain

There is a past relationship that sometimes makes me swell with anger and hurt. We split over ten years ago, and the pain doesn’t dominate my life like it once did, but on those occasions when it does come it’s like being caught in the tide, with a breaker rolling over me – it’s overwhelming. … Continue reading

The Power of Self Forgiveness

Is anyone more critical of us than ourselves? As we pass through life we can amass a collection of unattained goals, missed opportunities, judgement errors regrettable actions we took or didn’t take, and other failings. When we hold on to these failings we can let them define who we are: “I’m not able to do … Continue reading