Louise Hay: On Freedom and Forgiveness

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In the United States, July 4th is our Independence Day, where we celebrate Freedom.

On a spiritual level, Freedom reminds us that we are always imbued with the power of choice.

At any moment, you can choose love. In any situation, you can choose connection. With any person, you can choose forgiveness.

On this day, I share below some powerful affirmations from Louise Hay on this topic of Freedom and Forgiveness.

For your coaching assignment this week, I invite you to:

  • Read through these words. Slowly.
  • Take them into your heart and be aware of what arises. Notice, without judgment.
  • Choose one affirmation each day as a focus for your contemplation.

May these words spark in you a remembrance of the Divine Power and Presence within. Grounded in this Truth, you are always free.

Abundant Blessings and Namaste.

Louise Hay Affirmations on Freedom and Forgiveness
(source: https://www.louisehay.com/forgiveness/)

The door to my heart opens inward. I move through forgiveness to love.

Today I listen to my feelings, and I am gentle with myself. I know that all of my feelings are my friends.

The past is over, so it has no power now. The thoughts of this moment create my future.

It is no fun being a victim. I refuse to be helpless anymore. I claim my own power.

I give myself the gift of freedom from the past, and move with joy into the now.

I get the help I need, when I need it, from various sources. My support system is strong and loving.

There is no problem so big or so small that it cannot be solved with love.

I am ready to be healed. I am willing to forgive. All is well.

When I make a mistake, I realize that it is only part of the learning process.

I move beyond forgiveness to understanding, and I have compassion for all.

Each day is a new opportunity. Yesterday is over and done. Today is the first day of my future.

I know that old, negative patterns no longer limit me. I let them go with ease.

I am forgiving, loving, gentle, and kind, and I know that life loves me.

As I forgive myself, it becomes easier to forgive others.

I love and accept my family members exactly as they are right now.

I forgive myself for not being perfect. I am living the very best way I know how.

I cannot change another person. I let others be who they are, and I simply love who I am.

It is now safe for me to release all of my childhood traumas and move into love.

I know that I cannot take responsibility for other people. We are all under the law of our own consciousness.

I return to the basics of life: forgiveness, courage, gratitude, love, and humor.

Everyone in my life has something to teach me. We have a purpose in being together.

I forgive everyone in my past for all perceived wrongs. I release them with love.

All of the changes in life that lie before me are positive ones. I am safe.

I’d love to hear your thoughts about today’s post. Please leave a comment below. Feel free to give some “claps” while you’re at it!

And if you’re feeling the need for guidance or support for a particular area of life, I offer a complimentary life coaching consultation where we can chat. You can learn more about these life coaching consultations by clicking here.

Note: This article was originally published at www.AbundantGood.com.

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I’m a spiritual life coach at http://AbundantGood.com where I help people create a practical and joy-filled spiritual path to career and financial freedom.

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