Relationships: Step Seven

I am a miracle.  Through forgiveness, I know I am love.

Forgive.  Don’t condone but forgive and move on.  It’s the best revenge.  ~Sally Fieldlabyrinth_cretan_rnd_left_1

 Below you will find the denial, forgiveness/release, and affirmation I created concerning the negative core belief I would like to give up (release) and the Truth (affirmation) I would like to replace it with concerning my relationships.

Denial:  I deny the power I have given to others by putting them in charge of my worthiness.

Forgiveness/Release:  I forgive myself for giving away my personal power to others.

Affirmation:  I am aware and in charge of my personal power.

 There is often in people to whom “the worst” has happened an almost transcendent freedom, for they have faced “the worst” and survived it.  ~Carol Pearson

 What belief about myself and/or others can I deny, release/forgive, and affirm in order to experience the shift I desire in how I relate to myself and others?




Using a finger labyrinth, or a walking labyrinth if you have one available to you:

  • Repeat over and over again either your denial or your forgiveness statement as you walk toward the center. 
  • In the center, give yourself praise and blessings for being willing to do this hard work. 
  • As you “walk” toward the outside of the labyrinth, say your affirmation. 

 One forgives as much as one loves.  ~ Duc de la Rochefoucauld